Those who are superstitious might veer away from these photos of a Hollywood callout for black cats but we can't resist the furry felines! Lucky for us LIFE was able to archive these exquisite black and white photos by Ralph Crane from 1961.
Old or young, billionnaire or bourgeoisie, men or women… All sorts of cat people flocked to this 1961 Hollywood audition for dark-haired felines. Actor Vincent Price’s appearance suggests that this was for the movie Tales of Terror (1962) by Roger Corman. How sweet are these photographs by Ralph Crane?
Lomography’s Lady Grey is a lovely black and white 35mm ISO 400 film that will add class and elegance to your photos. For capturing action and great low-light shots, Lady Grey is your best bet. See our selection of Lomography films here.
The Camera Collection How's this for pretty photographic pixels? A team of three artists have collaborated to produce this insanely perky video of the most popular cameras over the years. Guess how many Lomography cameras made it to the cut by watching the video below!
Analogue Knick Knacks Most photographers develop a fascination for anything camera-related. From coffee mugs that look like lenses to jewelry that look like mini gadgets, replicas are sure conversation-starters! Here are more analogue objects to make you drool.
Acro Is Not Cheerleading And Holly Andres is not a sports photographer. Forget about pom-poms, short skirts, and, well, cheering. Acro is about acrobatics, girl power, and tumbling! Read more about it here as we celebrate International Dance Day.
You are currently not logged in, do so now to add comments, like articles as well as photos, submit to competitions, translate articles and gain access to unlimited photo upload! If you are not registered yet, go here to find out more about Lomography and join now! If you just want a limited account for now you can use Twitter or Facebook. We would love to have you as a member here!
The Lomographer at Work: Welcome to My Studio I wanted to present my work and where I realize my ideas. After leaving my job teaching art, I decided to devote myself to the evolution of my personal work. That's why I converted part of my home into an art studio.
We speak in photos and know no boundaries. In our mission to snapshot every corner of the world, there is a good chance that you will find a local version of this site! No matter where on earth you are, we’re sure that Lomography is either just around the corner or will be there very soon! Don't believe us? Check out our worldwide section and the brand new Lomography Gallery Store section.
We are your friends
You can also become friends with us on our Facebook or Twitter page. You can also find our photos on Flickr. If you want to see videos about Lomography you can do so on YouTube and on Vimeo. We want to be your friends!