The manipulation of the celluloid's sensitive emulsion coloured the viewers, the musicians, and the atmosphere of the festival.
A group of funky Japanese artists created the "rrrrrrrroll" project. They took half a year to photograph many "Whirling" themed photos. Be it a girl whirling by herself or an object whirling, these are animated photos, representing the concept of temporal flow.
A curriculum in the form of a wheel-like diagram. You wouldn't be surprised if it was made by Gropius for the Bauhaus curriculum. This is exactly what inspired us to create the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus edition!
You know what the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus edition is, but how many of you know what Bauhaus is? If you're into art, then you should be quite familiar with this term, but for those of you who are clueless but curious, here's a short history of the Bauhaus and its movement
After the shutdown of the Bauhaus art school in Berlin, László Moholy-Nagy a Bauhaus teacher (1923–1928) founded the New Bauhaus across the sea in Chicago, U.S.A. And the Bauhaus concept lives on!
The Fisheye Baby 110 is a small camera with huge potential. As they say, the proof is in the pudding. So that’s what we have here. No, not a pudding, but a selection of great Fisheye Baby 110 photos. Enjoy!
Are you fascinated by your dog's various moods? No better way to capture all the wonderful moments than a lomograph!
Lilreddotfolks X Lomography is having a giveaway this July. Check this article for details. Brought to life by the fashion and trendsetting editors at Lilreddotfolks are the following, vibrant editorial photographs of Singapore's young, hip and trendy, personalities in the world of fashion.
You've heard of her Father, Peter Dombrovskis, but have you heard that his daughter has an eye for art as well? Monica Dombrovskis has her own Australian fashion label and is becoming more and more popular in the news.
On this day, 115 years ago, American aviatrix Amelia Earhart was born in Atchison, Kansas. Learn more about the life of the distinguished aviation pioneer in this installment of Today in History.
Since the first time I saw you in the Taipei Store, I wanted to take you home!
Submit for one of the world’s biggest art organizations, Art By Chance Short Film Festival, and your short films may meet with the millions in 20+ countries, 200+ cities and on 20.000+ screens!
People always say, "double the trouble". But I believe that for most lomographers, double is not a trouble at all. In fact, double is something special, creative, and fun to do. Doubles always let our imagination run free.
This week's featured Analogue Lifestyle article is "44 Days in Europe with 54 Films: Now an Analogue Addict" by thestranger13 from Singapore. For her cross-country travels, she found that she needed her digicam less and less as she discovered the many wonders of the LC-Wide! See some shots and read the story here.
Adorable, weird, big, pretty, and not-so-pretty, are the pets that we have chosen to care for. Some people choose their pet looking for a loyal friend, others think they’ll probably find a good guardian or maybe a partner to work in the farm. The reasons definitely vary but usually, the thruth is that we are just hoping to find a good companion in them.
I assume we all have taken photos of stray animals. It is as if taking photos of these creatures is an essential part of being a lomographer. I too share this trait, so in this article I will tell the story of the five most memorable photos of stray cats in my analogue life.
Maybe one day I will have another Smena 8M, but you'll always be in my heart and on my shelf.
This past Fourth of July was spent at my girlfriend's grandparents' pool. So I thought what not a better time and place to try out my new underwater camera, the Hanimex Amphibian! Read on to see the results!
So here I am with the Diana Mini in front of me. And no, I haven't taken any pictures yet. So I went to a friend (and co-worker), Kira, and asked her what's the best way to operate this newly borrowed camera. Here's what she has to say.