Photographer Jim Golden has a love affair with old technology and media. His simple but arresting GIFs bring us back to days of nostalgia with every ringing of the phone and clacking of a typewriter.
The Horizon Kompakt and Perfekt may be a bit bulkier than your usual compact cameras, but aside from taking photos of beautiful landscapes, they can also be your partners in taking pictures on the streets. Here are a few tips to get you started.
We all know that the Horizon cameras are fantastic when it comes to taking photos of spectacular scenery— but did you know that they're great for street photography too? Allow us to share with you 10 reasons why you should try it the next time you're on the streets.
Yes, you read this title correctly. And yes, this post is about what you think this title means: using two Lomokinos to produce 3D analogue movies. Or at least I tried.
Allow our fellow lomographers in the community to walk us through amazing springtime views from their side of the world via these analogue snapshots taken with the Horizon cameras!
For some reason, most likely due to a mechanical shock, the shutter of your Horizon camera got stuck. Do not despair for you’re about to find out how to fix it.
Make super cool instant prints of your light painting artworks with the Diana Instant Back+!
A young woman finds her place behind the camera, after creating a name in front of it. Here’s an interview with America’s Next Top Model alumna turned film photographer Brittany Markert.
In this article you can find very simple rules that you can apply with your film cameras whenever you're on off the beaten path. More fun travel tips and photos after the jump.
I've always believed that every city in the world has some ruins and abandoned buildings, spots that are forgotten and ignored but always full of stories to tell. Then, there are also ghost towns -- entire towns that used to be bustling with life, but are now crumbling and rotting away with the passing of time. A Tokyo-based Italian photographer has been taking photos of a popular ghost town in Japan, and I should say they're seriously fascinating.
Many people travel to sunnier places to avoid the cold during winter, but I knew I had to go to Venice, for the city's mysterious, foggy appeal and seeming emptiness that adds to its unique atmosphere. So it's there where I spent five days on my own for my winter holiday!