เชื่อว่าหลายคนคงเคยได้ดู Lost in Translation หรือไม่เคยดูก็คงเคยได้ยินชื่อหนังเรื่องนี้ ใช่ละ ฉากสำคัญของหนังเรื่องนี้คือสี่แยกที่ชิบูย่า ซึ่งทุกอณูเต็มไปด้วยผู้คน ไม่รู้จุดเริ่มต้นและจุดหมายปลายทาง ว่าแต่ละคนจะมุ่งหน้าหรือมาจากไหน
They often say fashion is a way of expressing yourself and your personality. Fashion photographers are the ones who capture the magic of those who wear the clothes. We had a pleasure of talking to Mathilda Bernmark whose photographs we absolutely adore.
Tristan Aitchison is a filmmaker and photographer based in the UK. He took the LC-Wide out on a 500 mile journey across the most northern parts of the Scottish Highlands, famously named the North Coast 500. Join him as he discovers the hills, beaches and landscapes of this sparse and beautiful area.
Hong Kong Photographer Wilson Lee brought along the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System to the United States. He visited the three famous spots, including the Death Valley, Great Canyon, and Antelope Canyon. He shot with the 35mm and 80mm front elements. Let's look at his photos and read his thoughts on the lenses!
Patrick Tsai is an American Photographer based in Japan. In this interview, we get to know more about him and his latest photo project, Barnacle Island. It's his third installment to his photo diary series about rescuing an abandoned dog on the beach and moving to a remote island in Japan.
Sébastien Panzarella and Florian Lanni, two photography lovers, traveled to Japan with the iconic LC-A 120 and the sturdy Lomo'Instant Wide. For Lomography, they share this landmark experience in the land of the rising sun.
Singaporean prose and poetry writer Daryl Qilin Yam takes the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens on his trip to Japan. The result is a photo series entitled After Risaku, which showcases the writer's fondness for people's backs.
Lomography and guest judge Bellamy Hunt of Japan Camera Hunter challenged Lomographers to make a picture of themselves and a camera they love in some kind of reflective surface. Check out what our winning Lomographers dreamed up!