I have been a member of the Lomography community for just over a month now, and in my opinion, becoming part of it was one of the best decisions I have made! I am just an ordinary guy with no previous photography experience, and over the last few weeks I have fallen in love with Lomo. This is my story, which I hope others who are considering joining the community will read and take information from!
I have to say, Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 is my favorite slide film. No matter what camera you use, it will still produce great photos. I have tested it with my Holga, Pentax SLR, and LomoKino and the results are beyond awesomeness!
David Bowie in a tube top? Vincent Capretta in heels? Okay, the latter's not so unusual but check out these totally random anatomy collages assembled from vinyl album covers by Swiss-American visual and musical artist Christian Marclay. Read to find out more about his latest exhibition.
Many of us are already familiar with some of the world's most iconic photographs. But, how do they look like when recreated using a different medium? Let's take a second look at these popular photographs interestingly rendered using LEGO pieces!
Double exposures always yield amazing images. What if you used a splitzer and double exposed your film? Have you tried doing it? I did and here are the results.
Plagiarizing a famous announcement: For all, Lomography!
The Lomography Gallery Store Cologne is opening soon: We found a nice location and the preparations are in full swing.
Anyone who has spent enough time in the Lomo Society will have a faint idea of some popular tricks people like to do which give you great results! So this Tipster is for all the Lomo-Beginners out there! (Not saying that I am in any way an expert on these! I just happened to see other people doing them and felt like spreading the idea for the newbies!)
Want to know how to go around coloring the world without a marker? Here's a couple of tips to get you started!