It's spring, flowers are popping up everywhere, trees are blooming, baby birds are chirping, girls are starting to wear shorter sleeves and skirts, boys are pumping up for the prowl. And you, what are you up to? Getting those hormones under control can be a little daunting.
We want you to push your creativity to the limit and show us your most colour filled shots, for a chance to get featured in Digital Arts Magazine!
March has been a great month for us: around 7,000 Lomographers joined our site, uploaded a lot of photos, liked and commented others, … We've compiled a list of some interesting newcomers – give them a warm welcome hug.
A bunch of anonymous Lomo heroes and heroines hit the road this time to spread the analogue love to their beloved country Malaysia. What will they do this time to express their true love to Malaysians and raise the curiousity in their country citizens? Let's have a look
It sure sounded like Mission Impossible but a day of strictly analogue love is definitely a reality as evidenced by the testimonies of our three winners!
To those who have no budget on slide films, worry not. This is a suggestion for you to try by using negative films. Most of us use slide films to get strong yet vibrant colours of our pictures. But this way, you might not be having the same vibrant colours but may be able to have some better results even better than slide films do.
For all of you who like shooting with your SLR, but need to get a little wacky why not try giving it a textured mask?!
The beauty of destroying films...
As part of our ‘I like to Experiment’ Rumble we asked the Lomography community to submit a crazy new film Tipster – Now we want you to vote for your favorite one - Go on, it could earn one of your Lomography buddies some Piggy Points!!