Previously, we brought you some lessons from photography masters Ansel Adams and Robert Capa. This month, it's all about the words of wisdom from respected street photographer and photojournalist Henri Cartier-Bresson.
The Beatles first came to America in 1964. During this time, photographer Harry Benson was able to capture rare and intimate moments of the band together. Take a look at some images after the break.
In this new ongoing series "5 Questions on Analogue Photography with…" we send out the same set of questions to photographers. This time Marianne Williams answered these questions and prepared a gallery of her photos.
Take a look at my first photos with the famous Photoautomat in Berlin!
This coming World Photography Day is not only about celebrating the art of photography, but also putting cameras in the spotlight, especially the analog classics! Let us go back in time and take a look at some vintage camera ads that likewise showcased the timeless beauty of analog cameras.
In which our hero drops the ball and misses opportunities. Or, when the moment passes and the shot has not been taken.
Many of us occasionally get curious about what's inside someone's bag. But have you ever wanted to rummage inside a fellow photographer's bag? A newly-launched website feeds your curiosity with photos and videos of photographers and their weapons of choice--mostly delicious analogue goodies!
This week is entirely for the King of Rock n Roll — and even his impersonators deserve some spotlight!
Take an intimate look at the King of Rock and Roll as he was about to break into super stardom in 1956. Formerly known as the "Memphis Flash", the then 21-year old Elvis Presley became a worldwide sensation, who, to this day, continues to influence pop culture in so many ways. Lucky for us (who weren't born at that time), photojournalist Al Wertheimer was there to take pictures - 3,800 to be exact.
Weegee made his mark as a documentary photographer. Between 1935 and 1945, he established a unique documentary style.
"From the first time I saw a photograph being developed and printed, I was hooked. I couldn't believe it. It was like magic." — Dennis Morris
It's about time we introduce you to the folks who make the Lomography Magazine fun, entertaining and informative. Of course we thank the community for their great submissions! But, behind the scenes we have a fun-loving editorial team which works night and day to bring you the stuff you like to see and read.