From everyone here at Lomography, congratulations to powoui for winning LomoHome of the Day!
Photographer Brigette Bloom's series "Float On" and her rather unusual film soak recipe has been making the rounds in the Internet recently. But just in case you haven't seen it yet, Brigette has given us the green light to republish her recipe right here in the magazine's Tipster section! As she has so rightly put it, "Let’s all support each other and spread the creative energy!" Check out Brigette's tipster right after the cut!
The sun's already out and summer's officially in! You know what else this means? It's time for this year's Lomography Holiday Challenge at the Lomography Embassies in Portugal!
These are the resulting images from a workshop with Jonathan Keys and Paul Cordes at the Side Gallery in Newcastle Upon Tyne - even managed a touch of bokeh! The wet plate image was then digitized.
Feast your eyes on these trippy, color-soaked photographs courtesy of the Revolog Kolor film!
Contrary to popular belief, photo manipulation already exists several decades before the first photo editing software was even invented. Have a look at a few noteworthy examples after the cut!
Artist Jose Romussi adds a dash of color and brings new life to black and white photographs by stitching colorful threads right on the images themselves. Have a look at his work after the jump!
This is an introduction to using a candle flame to manipulate and distort your negatives. This process results in melted, stretched, and twisted images with colour shifts. Proceed with caution there is no going back.
Waiting for the perfect moment when the fog clears and the right amount of light for hours on end just for a photo may seem too much but for photographer Andy Lee, it was definitely worth it when he took infrared photos of the majestic landscapes of Iceland.
Les gens des labos sont nos amis, mais on aime tous les doubles expositions, qu'elles soient faites avec nous ou avec quelqu'un à l'autre bout du monde. Mais que faire quand l'amorce du film rentre dans la cartouche ?
Looking at developed pictures and holding them in your hands is beautiful, but having them with you throughout the day is the best thing in the world! caseable makes it possible to transfer your creativity and analogue talent onto items that you can always bring with you. Show us your best shots of 2013 and grab the chance to win fantastic Lomography prizes plus the possibility to turn your pictures into real must-haves in the caseable shop.