“I was waiting on a moment, but the moment never came”
Three months from now this cemetery will come alive again as Filipinos will visit their dearly departed. Thousands of families tugging the complete household will flock to the cemeteries once again for this annual celebration. The South Cemetery is no exception, this public cemetery has it’s share of famous residents. From former presidents to big time gambling lords, to national artists and local heroes. But there’s a special part in this desolate place. On a tiny patch of land, secluded form the main road lies an area where dead children are laid to rest. Hidden from all the old, stained niches are small tombstones lined up with tiny crosses on top of them and little angel statutes watching over. The silence here on a non-holiday is eerily deafening. You just have to stop and say a prayer. Its counterpart is the Manila North Cemetery which is a bit bigger.
Listening to: Ego tripping at the gates of hell by The Flaming Lips
Belgrade-based psychologist and photographer Ivana Džamić took a Daguerre lens as a trusty companion and decided to explore hidden parts of Greece. Seeing the sun set each day on an empty beach sparked her creativity and inspired her to keep those memories forever.
As Hallow's Eve approaches, photographer Matt Van der Velde takes us to an unnerving journey inside America's abandoned mental health institutions, hospitals and asylums, full of stories and dramas with each location.
Mark Havriliak's portraits achieved a level of intimacy that make it seem effortless. With him using the Petzval Art Lens, we get an inside look of what its like to create a photograph unique to an individual. Learn more about his special technique that enables him to make one of a kind photographs.
When our friends from the band, Best Behavior went on tour throughout we thought; who could be a better roadie than the Lomo'Instant? The camera tagged along with these bandmates and best buds through Boston, Wilmington and more American cities capturing an inside look at the tour experience.
Veteran Coachella attendee and LA music photographer Agueda Zarate provides an inside look at this year's music and arts festival in Indio, California, known for its carefree cultural vibes, through the lens of the Lomo'Instant Automat. Read her interview with Lomography NYC here.
Photographers capture uniqueness. Fashion photographers strive for new faces. Conflict photographers are present, when history is made. And some folks, like me, go to hidden places with an own narrative. Like the car cemetery of Båstnäs, deep within the forrest maze, where Sweden touches Norway