April was, indeed, a super scorching month for the Philippine islands. And you know very well how Lomographers love the scorching sun! Here are the vivid, visual proofs from the Philippine community for last month!
Our community can’t just get enough of film photographs by boredbone and renenob and this is pretty evident because several shots (6 and 5, respectively) by these two super Lomographers captured our users’ hearts! See for yourself in their feature galleries below:
We also got delightful double exposures from feelux, stitch, and superkulisap. Take a look at their not one, but two, best pictures from the previous month:
And for the last three, but definitely not the least, here are impressive images from lakandula, sami-san, and zoe191:
Congratulations for bagging Lomography Philippines’ Most Popular Photos, everyone! ’Til next month! Meanwhile, you may get more updates from Lomography Philippines on Facebook and Twitter.
Are you wondering what the best photograph on a specific day of 2016 was? Tune in on this special recap where we'll track the daily image that captured the community's attention last year. For May, lomographers mostly played with repeating patterns, minimalist composition, and rough rendering.
Lorraine Healy is a self-confessed "Holga and Sprocket Rocket nut." We recently discovered her fantastic Lomo'Instant Wide images on her Lomohome and decided to find out more about the stories behind these shots and the person behind the camera.
Time to shake those joints and bones -- have a surprisingly splendid Monday by moving around and becoming proactive! Here's a Monday Moodboard with the most inspirational and motivational shots of people doing their very healthy grind.
They say nature is a place where we often go to find ourselves. Sometimes a short walk amidst nature can have such an influence on our mind and soul. Nature provides us a getaway from the outer world and helps us to maintain that perfect bond between people and nature.
An avid medium mixer of for art and photography, Ina Jang shares to us what motivates her to continue her constant experiments, her subtle and muted aesthetics, and the story behind her work. Read this exclusive interview on how she breathes new life to alternative photography.
Musician, photographer and urban/world explorer Acey Slade tested the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System and shared his first impressions with us here. Acey, known as a touring bassist for rock legends such as Joan Jett, loves the compact size and portability of the system and praises it highly.