A few shots from the Southbank Lomo walk & talk inc. Gabriel’s Wharf, Concrete, Tate Modern and pathways in between.
A few images from an hour or so in the company of a multitude of Lomographers walking eastwards along London’s Southbank from the Hayward Gallery to the Millennium Bridge – starting at the Concrete cafe (hence the cut-off mixer here presented in glorious cross-processed technicolor) – there was junk food aplenty on sale en route (though the guy stirring the caramelized onions didn’t want his face in the picture!) – closely followed by a procession of the weirdest wedding ceremony guests parading past the Oxo tower and Gabriele’s Wharf where there was also some decidedly under-age drinking going on but without offense – very chilled and a sea of bicycles (not sure if they were for sale or for hire but everyone seemed to photographed them!) – plus some fine upbeat be-bop in the tunnel beneath Black friars railway bridge provided by two pretty happy buskers (they had a pretty big audience) – images taken on Holga (35mm Fujichrome 400 cross-processed) and Diana F+ (expired Fujichrome film also cross-processed)
Colors mean differently for all walks of life. The color chartreuse is a vivid yellow-green, one that resembles lime and green apples, or the nuclear substance in the disaster movies. Such color is like a poisonous tango between sweetness and danger, isn’t it?
Lomographer Yoshitaka Goto is known in the community for his jaw-dropping multiple exposure photographs shot with the Lomo LC-A+ and splitzer. In this brief interview, our TEN AND ONE Awards judge from Japan speaks his mind about his passion for shooting experimental images.
A few months ago we set up a series of competitions asking you to submit your best shots representing different cities from all over the world. The winners were chosen and the UK team set to work on the 8.5 meter Ganton St Lomowall.
Lomography loves both students and teachers, so we're helping you out with some savings on some photographic school supplies! Get a 35% discount on the Diana F+ Camera, Diana F+ Camera with Flash, Sprocket Rocket, or The Spinner 360°! Check out our microsite to find out more!
Santa Nastro is the editor in chief of Artribune, an Italian magazine which talks about every art form, from theatre to architecture. She works in the field of contemporary arts for 15 years and she has also a background in experimental photography. Meet our new TEN AND ONE AWARDS judge!
Daniel Arnold may just be one of the most important names in contemporary street photography. Known for his raw takes on New York City life, he leaves no detail glamorized and allows himself to get into their personal space -- a task only for the fearless shooters in the concrete jungle.