Geoffrey Berliner is the executive director of the Penumbra Foundation and the Center for Alternative Photography in New York City. He has an astounding collection of over 2000 vintage Petzval Lenses and it was an honor for us to ask him about the Petzval and why the lens means so much to him. Head past the jump for our interview with this true Petzval Pioneer!
It is our pleasure that Kodak Alaris have also joined us on this quest into the analogue future. In an open letter addressed to the Lomography community, Dennis Olbrich (President of Personalized Imaging at Kodak Alaris) firmly states that Kodak will ‘continue to offer the full portfolio of photographic films and papers’. As partners in the mission to keep a great selection of film available for analogue photographers, we at Lomography are thrilled by this news. Read the letter after the cut ...
In a recent article on the LA Times, ace photographer Jay Clendenin shared his experience and insights on working with a prototype of the Lomography Petzval DSLR Art Lens. Read on to find out more.
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.
Last month we had a call-out for all your wonderful LomoKino 35mm movies and you happily indulged us with your masterpieces! Now, we proudly present The Best of the LomoKino for September.
Do you want to know a secret? Let me just show you, because you won't believe it otherwise...
The photographer Thimothy Archibald shares with us his interesting and moving project. In his series ‘Echolilia’, Archibald explores his relationship with his autistic son Elijah.
Whether it's with a classic camera or simply with her iPhone, Ukraine-born photographer creates proof of her incredible talent.
Check out a gallery of introspective photographs by Ukranian-born and German-based photographer Alina Rudya.
Lomography has prepared a fun, autumn-inspired game for you! Not only do you get to enjoy lovely analogue snaps while playing the game, you also get awesome discounts if you win.
For anyone who has known, met, and worked with communtiy member lakandula, today truly is a sad day. Friends have confirmed that he passed away in his 30s from Stage 4 brain cancer.
With all of the innovations 3d printing comes up day after day, it was only a matter of time before we had a working analogue camera available! Check it out after the jump!
把頭從窗戶往外探，和煦的日光讓你不願意浪費這美好天氣，對吧？那麼就請帶著你的菲林和相機到室外走走！我們找來了不同 Lomographer 以 Fuji Klasse W 拍攝的城市一隅照片，希望能給予你一點靈感。
No matter what makes you shilly-shally about buying the Fuji Klasse W, let's have a look at Lomographer Ron's thoughts about this camera! See what this camera can bring to your snap shot journey! Read on!
I am going to introduce a method of leveling up an ISO 400 film to ISO 1600 by 'hacking' its DX code. I've included the principle, method and variants of this method. I modified a roll of ISO 400 film and took pictures around Hong Kong so you can see the results.
At the risk of sounding very dorky, I will admit that one of my dreams is to go to Japan just to see the cherry blossom trees in bloom. And seeing photos of them, just like in today's Awesome Album feature, makes me wish that this dream would just come true already.
The Petzval (D)SLR Lens continues to wow us with this stunning new video featuring Hong Kong's natural scenic beauty. The unique swirly bokeh effect was the perfect backdrop, bringing the focus to the subject. Enough of the talk - let the video speak for itself!
Grab the chance to show off your eye for beauty and patterns and you might just win yourself a Lomography Smartphone Scanner and your very own Lomography Konstruktor! Read on for more details.
From the very first time I saw pictures of the Konstruktor, my thoughts were that I wanted mine to look a little different, and beyond playing with the selection of decals that came with the kit, my only real option was to dig out the aerosol paints. This is a guide on how I went about giving my Konstruktor a bit more of a classic look, in my eyes anyway.
Last year, my wife fought off uterine cancer. My analog cameras helped capture what I saw with my eyes, what I felt with my heart.
In our ongoing series "5 questions on analogue photography with..." we send out the same set of questions to different photographers. This time we talked with Larissa Honsek. She's well known in our community as Novemberkind and blew our mind with her stunning pinhole pictures! Moreover, she's the co-author of the Obscura Book, a picture book about pinhole photography. Get to know more about the Berlin based photographer and check out her gallery!
Just two months ago we asked Larissa Honsek, better known as Novemberkind, five questions about analogue photography and learned more about her pinhole passion. Now we are welcoming her as our latest LomoAmigo! She tested the Diana Multi Pinhole Operator and the Diana Instant Back+.for us. Her images and impressions of dealing with the camera can be found in the following interview.
Because of your relentless support, we’ve hit our $1,000,000 stretch goal!
We've teamed up with quirky, cool and exotic band White Shoes & the Couples Company from Indonesia! Enter our competition and you could win band merchandise and a Konstruktor DIY Camera!
It's time for the 4th clue about our new mystery product. This time, we are giving away the biggest teaser so far. And we can tell you that the product will be shown to the world on Thursday July 25th! So put the date and time in your diary; you'd be mad to miss it!
Ever heard of the saying "Go big or go home?" Looks like that's what these creators had in mind when they built these gigantic camera replicas worthy of Guinness World Records! See if your favourite Lomography camera was worthy of a colossal counterpart and find out how they made it below!
Chinese photographer Fan Ho was in his early 20's when he started shooting the streets of Hong Kong in the 50's. When the region was running through its fast-paced transition, Ho chose to slow it down by patiently waiting for the perfect subjects and moments to capture. Decades, awards and publications later, the waiting has paid off.
Have you already ordered a Konstruktor for yourself and would like to find out what the build-your-own camera challenge entails? Some of our fellow lomographers have already gotten their hands on the kit and shared with us their experience. Come and take a look!
Here's a social commentary on the history behind our new Konstruktor camera! Constructivism rejected the idea of autonomous art and favored art with a social purpose. Instead of work being kept in a museum for high-brow observation, Russians saw art as a way to sell ideas to the masses.
“Analogue Life” is a video series which will be introducing one Analogue Business or Analogue Aficionado each month, so as to get you into different analogue scenes in Hong Kong! Now, season one is going to be launched!