You better dust off your disco boots, don your neon shirts, wear all your bangles, spray your hair and head on out with your LC-A! It’s time for the 1980’s rumble! Whether you’re still basking in the glory of the time, trying your best to forget it or sadly, are too young to remember it (but then you must of heard stories!), the 80’s remain one of the most colorful and infamous decades. So take a walk down memory lane and show us 80’s inspired LC-A Lomographs!
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In the 70's and 80's, flower arrangements were a trendy aesthetic, subjects of classic, timeless beauty. In a book by IDEA are some carefully photographed and arranged florilege for the picture-taking.
The mid-20th century was the peak of avant-garde art, where artists and photographers resorted to alternative means to create artworks. The photocopier was one of them, and became a creative tool between the 60's and the 80's
The freedom of the analogue medium comes from the unlimited control and manipulation of light. Photographer Louis Dazy brings back his signature electric lights, neon bokeh and artful multiple exposures as he mixes and matches the lenses of the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System.
Everyone's favorite love letter to the 80's recently aired its full second season, continuously referencing various pop culture and trends of the decade. While nostalgia is a huge appeal of Stranger Things, it's also clever and aesthetically in-tune with iconic directors of then.
For the wandering Lomographer, we've got some alternative locations and destinations you might want to check out for picture-perfect travelogues. We're taking you in London's neon wonderland, God's Own Junkyard.
The 1970's was revolutionary in the sense that the youth have been empowered when it came to having their own voices and individuality, plus the freedom to express themselves. Enter the caves of these outspoken youth in their university lives.