This week’s entry looks like a shady gathering of, of... musicians?
I just went to the Mecca of film camera hunters and enthusiasts in Manila yesterday. All I can say is that I’m still buzzed with the experience.
Legendary Queen frontman Freddie Mercury was, apparently, a huge lover of cats!
In view of the recent disaster that hit the Philippines, it’s a sight for sore eyes to see people actually doing something to help people in need. This photo just made me believe that people really can be compassionate.
A young woman finds her place behind the camera, after creating a name in front of it. Here’s an interview with America’s Next Top Model alumna turned film photographer Brittany Markert.
We’re all about travel here at Lomography this week, so in this list, we’ll reveal to you the five most photographed landmarks in the world!
Analogue love comes in many ways. Lately, we’ve featured some pinhole camera stories in our articles that just reinforce the idea of analogue love. But photographer and artisan Kwanghun Hyun just takes it to an entirely different level with his mechanical clockwork pinhole cameras.
Ever tried just closing your eyes and feeling the music seep into you? This week’s list of songs will surely get you feeling the tension and the deep ambience of classic battles. So put your headphones on right now and brace yourself for a new kind of listening experience.
I live in the Philippines and we have only two seasons: blazing hot and dripping wet. We are a storm battered nation, it's that or we roast in the sun. Well, that’s how I look at it.
Today we would like to tell you all about an amazing project that brings dance and photography together in an exquisite way. Read on to discover Ballerina Project, by the photographer Dane Shitagi.
The question of the importance of analogue photography on a personal level is a complex one. We all have our reasons in sticking with this so-called 'dying' medium and here's mine.
The Northern Lights (or the Aurora Borealis, if you want to be scientific about it) are perhaps one of the rarest and yet the most coveted sights that a Lomographer could hope to capture. Not to make you feel jealous or anything, but did you know that one of our community members has actually actually managed to do the feat? Take a look!
Remember the delightful drawings on film burned photos by Turkish community member Dilşad Aladağ? We asked her to collaborate with a few other Lomographers on some new light leak sketches and here, she shows and tells us about her creative analogue process.
Ever since I started to develop my own film, I no longer get the negatives back from the lab, neatly organized in plastic sleeves and a nice protective envelop I can just keep in a shoe box. So I had to find a different way to store my developed film.
Today's Instant Interview features me, Andi aka pan_dre from Lomography HQ in Vienna.
Let your soul fly in the galaxy and your heart float with the stars. Let Up Dharma Down's music, ‘magical,’ as I may call it, take you away. Read about one of the Philippine heavyweights in the music industry after the jump!
Finally my research is completed and I am now ready to tell you about how to disassemble a disposable camera and reload it. Despite the fact that the most are "single-use" only, they can be disassembled and recharged with film and a battery.