The world seemed so much bigger when we were small children with shorter limbs and nimble bodies. Stairs and fences were more difficult to climb, despite the agile movements of being a child. The kid in this photo might have felt the same, even as tried to conquer with much bravado the green chunk of an obstacle before him.
This photo was taken by gauthierdumonde using a Pearl River TLR camera loaded with Kodak 160 film. The said TLR is gauthierdumonde’s back-up camera, but for a back-up, it sure did a great job. Those greens surely came out great as part of this treasured moment.
Our photo of the day can be found in the album Quick Roll at Sea Pearl River that contains more of gauthierdumonde’s green-tinged seaside images.
Ladies and gentlemen, for this rumble, we’ve joined forces with Australian MC/singer REMI Kolawole. Since he is on tour now and will play in many different places this summer, we’re looking for your best, most exciting analogphotos which you feel best capture the essence of music festivals. Hot prizes are waiting for you!
Singapore, like Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong, is a likely stopover when you fly far. The city is a tiny urbanized hub but it's very favorable if you know some high-spirited locals. I was lucky to hook up with king kimbo (@hakimbo), who showed me around. He took my lame limbs to the Gardens by the Bay, an amazing place which was visually striking. I was hugging some artificial trees there when I found a baby—a very big baby.
Remember the yummy competition brought to you by Lomography Singapore and food delivery marketplace Foodpanda? We received many yummy photos as submissions and we are proud to announce the lucky winners.
My list of resolutions for 2015 consists of 12 projects, one for every month. In June, I tried EBS (exposing both sides) again to see if I could get perfect symmetrical images—half redscale, half normal.
Iceland is a paradise blessed with majestic views at practically every turn. Here, luchiannap recalls a memorable road trip at the Snaefellsnes peninsula, where she and her friends were able to find one such amazing vista.
Before Technicolor came into the picture, filmmakers were already hand-painting their negatives. A new book by Amsterdam University Press reveals this penchant for full-spectrum fantasy in the form of 300 stills.