Catching a behind the scenes glimpse at the making of an iconic movie is always exciting. Even more so when the movie in question has generated an almost religious cult-following. That's part of what makes this behind-the-scenes shot of Carrie Fisher and Warwick Davis so special.
Relaxing on the Set of Star Wars Episode VI: The Empire Strikes Back, Carrie Fisher holds then-child actor Warwick Davis in her arms during a break of filming the scenes in which she was playing Princess Leia being held captive by Jabba the Hutt. Warwick Davis played the Ewok Wicket in that movie. Hence, most people do not immediately associate him with the last part of the classic Star Wars Trilogy as his face was never seen on screen.
The characters in Argus Paul Estabrook's work in paper cutting are the stuff nightmares are made of: unusual forms, jagged edges, arms outstretched as if seeking salvation—all emphasized further by the plain white background on which they are placed. Combined, these details paint a picture straight out of Dante Alighieri's "Divine Comedy."
Lomography is proud to announce that it will again accompany the Nixon Surf Team to be part of this year's Nixon Surf Challenge. In line with this, we've prepared a rumble for all traveling and adventure-seeking lomographers.
For this young artist, photography is not just a tally of sights. Set in light or dusk, it is a record of sensations. Shared bliss and awe are as much part of the scenery as the clouds. There is a sense of flight even on land.
Just five days into our latest Kickstarter campaign and we've easily hit three stretch goals, thanks to your overwhelming support. We're inching our way to the next one at $750,000, and if we hit this mark, we have another awesome reward in store for all our backers!
Edward Weston is one of the most important photographers of the 20th century. From his lifetime up until today, several decades after his death, Weston and his body of work hold an important place in the history of photography.