British and Argentine soldiers who fought in Falklands War (Guerra de las Malvinas) meet again after 30 years. It couldn't have been possible without the help of a lost analogue camera.
Decoupage is a type of art wherein paper and glue is used to create colorful images. Take your LC-Wide photos to the next level using the classic art of decoupage for in-camera collages!
In the year 2011, we celebrated the 150th anniversary of the first color snapshot of history. Want to know who did, what and where it was portrayed?
An easy add-on to your Diana Mini to monitor your clicks, and get 53 square frame photos from your typical 36 exposure 135 film. Check it out!
If you’re seeing names here and are quite familiar to you that is because they are the ones who made it on our monthly list of popular Lomographers!
Want to know how to go around coloring the world without a marker? Here's a couple of tips to get you started!
Here are some of my experiments with multiple-exposures to make interesting self-portraits.
Perhaps a little too influenced by the work of French artist Sophie Calle, whenever I'm in Paris, I have the habit of following people around.
A great contrast black and white film.
Like Lydia Deets from the Burton flick, Beetlejuice, Mary Robinson's life can be likened to a darkroom. Read on to see how Mary combines art and photography to yield such stunning film photographs.