Everything looks extra vibrant and beautiful during the holidays, doesn’t it?
Malcolm Browne, the photographer behind the iconic photograph of a Buddhist monk performing self-immolation in Saigon in 1963, has passed on last August 28 at the age of 81. In his honor, let’s take a closer look at the story behind his iconic image. WARNING: Contains graphic images.
When Malcolm Browne responded to a call to be present in a "very important" event that was scheduled to happen one morning in June 1963 in Saigon, he felt that something big was certainly going to happen. He photographed one of the most shocking images of protest in history, which came to be known as "The Burning Monk." WARNING: Contains graphic images.
Lomo brings us an almost pocket sized 135-film camera with square picture format. Sounds like a perfect little camera for me, but is everything as perfect as it seems? Read my opinion about this cutie.
We've been spreading the analogue love for so long already that we've done it literally. True love in analogue? Definitely!