He has been a member of the Community for quite a long time already. And aside from developing his mad skills when it comes to taking analogue photos, his long-time participation in Lomography has changed a certain characteristic of his.
Only shoot colour? Have your black and white negs developed? Find out why you should be doing your own black and white.
As I started to dig into some of our old dusty photo albums, It was then that I discovered that the analogue blood running in my veins came from my father’s. That it was my father's blood tickling my pulses and pulling me in to the analogue world.
Last month, we asked you for the camera of your choice when it comes to shooting portraits. We all have preferred films as well when it comes to portraits, so now, why don't you also share with us the emulsions of your choice for portrait snaps?
Through the decades, generations of photographers across the globe have been taking their cameras to the streets, making street photography one of the most prevalent themes today. With this in mind, Lomography has come up with the retro-styled La Sardina Splendour perfect for street snapping! Let's get inspired with some interesting street scenes around the world, as snapped by LIFE photographers of yesteryears!
I am not usually brave in taking portraits of strangers because of the usual fear of confrontation. But whenever I feel that my action will not result to any untoward scenario, I do manage to summon the courage to point my camera to a complete stranger and click the shutter. Here are five of my favorites.
Elliott Erwitt is a documentary photographer who shoots unique and bizarre situations. He is also a dog lover, which is evident in some of his photos. Learn more about one of his most iconic dog photos on this edition of Flashbacks on Film.
Magnum Photos is an international photo community formed back in 1947. The photo cooperative has members from different regions. The fellowship of these photographers dates back decades ago as seen on this photo.
Here is a litany of who, what, when, where, how, why I take portraits.