While watching through my door’s eyehole, I noticed something really interesting.
A common product in everybody’s house, the eyehole, actually provides a fisheye view. That gave me the idea of decorating my camera with a fisheye lens. I bought one from a hardware store, the biggest eyehole I could find, put it in front of my lens and voila! My camera can take 170 degree photos.
The main thing to have in mind when buying an eyehole is to buy one big enough so that your lens will “see” through and it will align perfectly with your lens.
In the 1970's, photographer Mike Mandel once stood on a Hollywood sidewalk, with his camera focusing on passerby cars and the people inside them. The results lead to an interesting series of street photography reflecting the attitudes of people while on-the-go.
Master of double exposures, Louis Dazy, crossed our path outside the world of photography: through music. After we came across his "Double Exposure"-playlist, we had an interesting chat with the Paris based artist about connecting photography with other forms of art.
Lomographer Reza Ahmadi has always been interested in documenting the world through visual arts. As an alternate to drawing and painting, he picked up photography as a hobby which gradually grew into a passion that follows him from one city to another. Get to know our featured Community newcomer from Indonesia.
Looking for a change in scenery, or perhaps just a new getaway for you and your camera? With a beautiful blend between Classical Roman architecture and charismatic French culture. Arles is a unique scenery for you to take.
Saturate your subjects in psychedelic tones and an even finer grain with the 2019 LomoChrome Purple Simple Use Film Camera! Save up to 30% when you pre-order this bundle of 3! Stock is extremely limited so pre-order now! Delivery expected in early 2019!