Maurizio Anzeri is an Italian-born artist who combines vintage photography with embroidered contemporary designs to create his "Photo Sculptures". This analogue approach to graphic design yeilds some unusual and, oftentimes, eerie results.
How Do You Like Your Diana? There's just so much you can do with the Diana+ platform. Here's the winners from one of our Round the Clock Rumbles!
In the mood for love? Want to join our Baby for a Car Competition but don't have a loved one? We want to send a lucky Lomographer or two on their dream date - Read on for details on how to participate!
Looking through the review articles I was surprised to find nobody has done a review of the Kodak Brownie 127 model, particularly as it lends itself so well to taking 35mm film.
Ce que tu vois n'est pas forcément ce qu'il y avait. Les couleurs et contrastes sont erronées, les fuites de lumières effacent quelques parties de la scène. Avec le temps, les photos sont comme des souvenirs, qui peuvent s'effacer complètement.
Inspired by our latest website feature - the MiniMovie - we bring you a new series in the Analogue Lifestyle section! Called the Midweek Movies, we will be introducing classic and fresh releases from the silverscreen every Wednesday!
Bryan Graf is a photographer from New Jersey who uses black and white film to study and capture the wildlife in and around the swamps and woods of his town. This may sound like an ascetic treatment of nature's lively colours - until you see the end results.
When Chicago nanny Vivian Maier died in 2009, she left behind an archive of over 100,000 negatives, prints, and home-made films discovered only shortly before her death.