In celebration of Instant Month across the globe this May at Lomography, we invited wedding photographer Wilson Chua and blogger Audrey Faith Lim, who incidentally are an item, to shoot on the LC-Wide with the instant back! The couple took on this glass-eyed beauty with much panache and came out of the jungle (literally!) in one piece and with a breathtaking body of work titled, "The madman & the dreamer"!
Lakan left me a quote with this interview -- "Because Lomographs May Last Longer Than Memory," a line that he most probably believes in when it comes to the Lomography life he lives.
His name is easy to remember, and his Lomography portraits are hard to forget. This LomoGuru from Taiwan is now here to share his deep Lomographic experiences as he is February's featured LomoDiary.
Whilst we were running the Kickstarter campaign for the Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner, we gave people the option to pledge for a trip to visit Lomography HQ in Vienna. Last week, two of our backers, Michiel and Steve, made the journey and we had a great time with them! Read after the jump to hear what they go up to and see some photos from their stay.
He's one of the most popular Lomographers, famed for his beautiful portraits and daily-life photography. Now he's taken a new challenge as a Konstruktor!
Lomography newcommer and Amsterdamer June landed her first Lomography camera in Hong Kong – The Konstruktor! After the jump, check out her beautiful summer pictures taken with the camera she built with persistence!
Now that you've figured you can shoot beautiful long exposures in low-light conditions and at night with your Lomo LC-Wide, there's one more thing you should try with the wide-eyed analogue wonder: light paintings! Take a look at some cool examples taken by our fellow lomographers after the jump!
The "Breathless" Parisians sure look like a cool band of outsiders.
Apart from the immensity of the single is the hypnotic effect of its music video.
This a follow up on my revived Yashica 635. A bit of ranting over my most recent analogue disappointment.