Upon looking at these photos, skeptics may say that the lomographers behind them just had a brush with beginner’s luck. But nevermind that—what you will see will definitely amaze you anyway!
We’re still scouring our records for some of the best lomographs that you should see if you haven’t yet, or marvel again if you’ve seen them in the past. We’ve recently presented the “most popular photos of all time”:, and now, we’re putting the spotlight on the best lomographs taken by newbies throughout the community’s history. Many of these exceptional photographs catapulted the lomographers behind them into lomo-stardom—they may well be newbies back then but we know you’ll agree that these photos were well-loved by the community!
As we continue to celebrate Lomography’s 20 glorious years of analogue goodness, take a look at 20 of the most popular photos by newbie lomographers through the years:
Again, to those whose superb lomographs are showcased in this gallery, congratulations, you have been a part of Lomography’s colorful history!
Soon we will be saying goodbye to 2016. We had some pretty awesome moments and didn't hesitate to share them with the world. All the photos you've taken this year will be the best reminder of the journey that lasted 365 days.
Pedro Meyer, one of the most significant icons in contemporary photography, takes a seat as he talks about hiss own musings and inklings on art and photography and how the Mexican culture consumes the medium.
Photographer Mick Rock was known as "The Man Who Shot The Seventies", capturing the most arresting walks of life he had encountered as a young British student and photographer in the age of punk and rock.
Nicolette Clara Iles is a UK based photographer. She shoots with film to create soft tones and subtle elements of distress, which give her photos an eerie and beautiful feel. Here's a peek into the images she shot with the Petzval 85 lens.
The 1970's was the decade of the Greenpeace and revolution -- anti-war insurgencies, anti-Vietnam war protests, and pro-environment movements were rampant across the world. But for the youth in Vancouver, 1970's was a turning point.