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  • 12 Analogue Questions with Jay L. Clendenin

    12 Analogue Questions with Jay L. Clendenin
    We first met L.A. Times photographer Jay L. Clendenin last year when he experimented with a 100-year-old Petzval lens to shoot potraits of Olympians. He recently told us about how that analogue assignment came to be, his favorite celebrity subjects and his latest film projects. Olympic, Coachella and Sundance festivals, anyone?
  • 12 Analogue Questions with Dilşad Aladağ

    12 Analogue Questions with Dilşad Aladağ
    Remember the delightful drawings on film burned photos by Turkish community member Dilşad Aladağ? We asked her to collaborate with a few other Lomographers on some new light leak sketches and here, she shows and tells us about her creative analogue process.
  • 12 Analogue Questions with Duane Fernandez

    12 Analogue Questions with Duane Fernandez
    When you live in L.A., you're bound to rub elbows with celebrities often. Just ask photographer Duane Fernandez who has shot A-list stars like Jamie Foxx, Taylor Swift, and more. We recently caught up with the Californian who tells us how shooting analogue keeps him grounded in Hollywood's hyped-up hills.
  • 12 Analogue Questions with Michal Pudelka

    12 Analogue Questions with Michal Pudelka
    Meet fashion phenom Michal Pudelka as we serve him a dozen questions about analogue photography. The Slovakian aesthete—known for highly-stylized shoots involving similar-looking models—lets us in on his imagery inspirations, like childhood hospital visits, garment designs, and disposable cameras.
  • 12 Analogue Questions with Irwin Barbé

    12 Analogue Questions with Irwin Barbé
    Meet young and upcoming French filmmaker Irwin Barbé as we serve him a dozen questions about analogue photography. Known for "being young and living at night," he shares his latest series of photographs that, while shot in the company of sun, reflect his inclination towards somber, cinematic details.