With a lovely view and a charming muse, pitzeria captured this elegant portrait to grace our Photo of the Day spot! We wouldn't be surprised if this landed on the cover of a glossy fashion magazine, too!
Ever had two favorite memories you wish you can combine seamlessly to feel like you’ve just completed a puzzle? That’s the question that this multiple exposure photo from pitzeria can answer. A place can be connected to a special person’s face and vice versa as well as the little details like the pretty lights at night put finishing touches to a grand memory. This photo was taken using a Nikon F70 loaded with DM Paradies 400 film. You can see more photos from pitzeria in this album
Congratulations to pitzeria for winning Photo of the Day!
Not too long ago, if you will recall, we featured a series of photographs featuring classic album covers superimposed on their respective modern-day Google Street Views by The Guardian. Now, it appears that the folks at the British daily is at it again, with artist Halley Docherty making mash-ups of classic paintings depicting cities in Europe, North America, and Asia and their Google Street View screenshots!
Derrick Ong's portraits give off a feeling of nostalgia and old-world charm. The Singapore-based photographer specializes in pre-nuptial and wedding shoots, and loves to capture moments in vibrant hues as well as in black and white. In this exclusive interview, he tells us about his experience shooting with the New Petzval Lens.
The folks at the Lomography HQ in Vienna were recently invited by the Theater an der Gumpendorferstrasse (TAG) to cover a performance of "Der diskrete Charme der smarten Menschen," a stage adaptation of the Luis Buñuel-helmed film, "Der diskrete Charme der Bourgeoisie (The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie). See some of the resulting analogue snapshots in this gallery post!
When captured at a different angle, everyday objects can turn into picturesque works of art. Take this winning Photo of the Day by mapix as a guide and turn the simplest things into perfect photo subjects!
Exposing the film sprockets is one of the best ways to add a funky touch to your photos. However, this black and white landscape snapshot by mafiosa proves that these sprockets can give an elegant and classy feel, too!