One of the great things about photography is that we can look at the world and preserve that image on print instead of just looking at it again and again in our heads. Also, we can create a world as we’d like it to be – with everything just the way we like them.
If dreams were translated into Lomographs, then this could be it; magical and floating in the air, looking all beautiful and astral!
Murder (and remarkable film photography) is his business.
Introducing the first known female tattoo artist in America.
"In photography, the smallest thing can be a great subject." – Henri Cartier-Bresson
Each boasting superior lenses, the following trio of uncomplicated point-and-shoot cameras. Lightweight, the titanium bodied, perfectly box-shaped cameras released between 1994 and 2001 are quite irresistible. While they're pricier these days than at onset, taken care of well they guarantee a lifetime of meaningful and memorable photos.
We’re always on the lookout for that perfect angle that will set our photographs apart from the rest. But just when you think you’ve got all the bases covered, along comes two separate artists who will prove you wrong.
Works by Josef Koudelka are currently on display at the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. But be quick or you’ll miss it!
Lomography is always working to keep analogue photography alive. Our prophecy is that the future is analogue, what do you think?
Loosely based on Jeff Nachtigall's (dirklancer) The Art of Waiting project, WHILST WE WAIT is a Philippine-based photo-project whose goal is to visualize the future through a heterogeneous analogue-mixture of film photographs and handwritten letters with vivid virtues of anticipation, perspective and waiting. Would you wait with us, too?
Fisheye Photo Of Salvador Dali With His Trademark Moustache, Looking Ecstatic At The Turnout Of His Book Signing
Whew, that was a mouthful!
If any of your whippersnapper friends insist that you need Photoshop to make your photos look good, better school them on the impeccable work of portrait artist Philippe Halsman, who made one of our time's most memorable photos through sheer determination. And lots of pissed off cats.
Today marks the start of our countdown to Lomography's very own Film Photography Day! To get you in the mood and into the habit of living a more analogue life in general, we prepared a list of daily activities for you to try. For today, we encourage you to start keeping a journal.
Long lost but never forgotten, Kodak EIR may be completely discontinued and rarer than Charizard, but poke your nose in the right places, and you may just unveil a little gem.