One of the greatest things that photography in general can do is to capture emotions through people’s portraits. Whether it may be happy, sad, angry or in sorrow, a definitive click of the shutter can make it a treasure forever.
That’s why here in the Community, we have decided to feature the best portraits uploaded in our website! And yes, once again, we have pushed our limits to the minimum of 50. Lomography, when it comes to capturing people’s special moments truly is something!
So come and browse this week’s Gallery Section as we feature Portraits.
Did we miss your photo? Do you think that your Lomograph has a thousand stories to tell? Then go on and submit that lovely Lomograph because we would love to see more!
It can be said that photography is more than just a click on the camera, it makes the moments, people and emotions live forever. This was confirmed to us by an exceptional Dutch photographer Ferry Verheij, whose photographs represent stories of all those people and places he had a chance to know.
We fell in love with Olivier Laselle's photographs from the very beginning. Photography became one of his greatest passion and changed his life forever. From beautiful places to inspiring people, Olivier captures the magic like nobody else.
Growing up in a small town in the middle of California, Kayla Varley knew she wanted to see more of the world, and explore it through her photography. Ever since she was a child, photography was a creative escape to a whole different world. A world where moments are being captured forever.
“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Susann Bieda (@roxyvonschlotterstein) takes us to the surfer's paradise of Piedra Playa.
The social landscape continues to change and complicate. Photography becomes more involved now than ever as it takes an active role in society. We study the role of photography and the photographer in being part of the human story.
In the 1960's, several "service stations" opened to cater to drivers and riders so they could refuel, recharge, eat, shop or stay in motels. It all began in the United Kingdom starting with the infamous Watford Gap and the Newport Pagnell.
Photographer, filmmaker and journalist Souleyman Messalti has photographed a wide range of social groups from around the globe. We lent him the new Neptune Convertible Art Lens System which he took to the streets of London.