We’ve featured photographer Peter de Graaff’s Aerochrome shots a while back and now we’re back with more. This time, he takes us around America with his large format landscape photographs.
Seeing these great natural wonders is like taking the path that photography master Ansel Adams took. There’s nothing but great sculptures of natural rock formations, jagged peaks with sparse foliage and seeping waters. The outdoors is a marvel to look at. Its high rising peaks and deep valleys are subjects that don’t shy away from inquisitive eyes and camera lenses.
Peter de Graaff shows us the different wonders of nature with his landscape photographs around the USA. The photographer shot these pictures using a Toyo 45CF large format film camera and the results are more than just amazing. Taking a page right off Adams’ book of tricks, de Graaff captured the scenic views from different angles instead of just the usual high vantage point. Also, de Graaff used color to fully portray the texture, depth and balance of soil, rock, sky and water.
de Graaff’s landscape photographs are the closest thing to seeing those wonderful views first hand. You can see more of his works on his Flickr photostream.
All information and photos used in this article were sourced from Peter de Graaff’s Flickr photostream and website.
Kamal, a die-hard film photography fan, is a young, Singapore-based photographer. He is now working on a project, traveling around and shooting portraits for his friends. In this feature, he talks about how he works perfectly with the Lomography Petzval Art Lens and his passion for photography.
Canadian-born Ian Taylor is a full-time photographer specializing in kids and development work. It all started when his five siblings started having children at the same time he was into photography. This passion then spiraled into something amazing, and now Ian works primarily with kids, shooting them when they are in their purest form. Based in Asia, Ian has agreed to share this amazing series of photos he shot with his Petzval Art Lens in Cambodia and Thailand. He also shared with us some of his insights and views on photography.
About seven or eight years ago, Olivier Barjolle twisted his ankle while skateboarding. To while away time as his injury healed, Barjolle began taking photographs with a simple, plastic Polaroid camera that he got from a flea market. He hasn't stopped since.
LomoAmigo Heison Ng has once again shot a brilliant series of photographs. Last time, he shared photographs taken with the New Russar+ Lens mounted on his Sony A7 Camera during a trip to Paris and Barcelona. This time around, he created minimalist yet moody black and white photos, still with the New Russar+ Lens. Brace yourselves for his newest collection of New Russar+ Lens photographs!
While Matthieu Vautrin dreams of reliving the California days of old, we remain enchanted by his experimental instant shots of the present. The outcomes are photos imbued either with deadpan humor, or an enigmatic ghostly luster. In this brief interview, Matthieu tells us about the good times he's been having with the Lomo'Instant!
We recently had the great opportunity to interview our latest LomoAmigo, Tim Kerr. While his repertoire stretches back to the late 1970's and includes that of musician, artist, painter, photographer, skater and many other things, he just prefers Tim! We gave him a La Sardina DIY, which he not only added his own style to, but shot some excellent photos with as well. Rife with candid and thoughtful answers, we expect everyone will glean a nugget of wisdom and leave with a smile.
Photographer Florian Reischauer is no stranger to the Lomography community. In 2013, our LomoAmigo took a Lubitel 166+ out for a spin and told us about his famous blog, "Pieces of Berlin". A few years earlier, he took time to take part in the
5 Questions on Analogue Photographyseries. Now, we’re here to give you the latest scoop on Florian Reischauer and his next appearance in NYC to present his new book which was based off of his blog, "Pieces of Berlin 2009-2013".