Hot off the press, check out Vsauce’s video aptly titled How Many Photos Have Been Taken, where the team tries to calculate the total number of photographs taken since the invention of the camera (analogue and digital) and also give us some perspective of what these numbers mean.
So, how many photos are on the Lomography site? Over 10,000,000 that’s right, more than ten million. Why can’t we give you the accurate number? Because this very instant, lomographers around the world are still uploading photos to their homes. And how many photos are uploaded every day? Around 10,000 . This calculation stuff and Vsauce's enthusiasm are too contagious!
So, how many photos do you take a day and how many do you upload to your home?
A long-time fan of plastic cameras, Argentinean writer and photographer Lorraine Healy is the author of “Tricks With A Plastic Wonder,” a manual for achieving better results with a Holga camera. In this article, Healy delves into the joys of finding a cheap, reliable camera that is perfect for a particular project.
Janaki Subramaniam is an aspiring film photographer. Her passion for photography and flying took her to even greater heights. It is interesting to see how she combined her two passions and continued pursuing what she loves.
Master of double exposures, Louis Dazy, crossed our path outside the world of photography: through music. After we came across his "Double Exposure"-playlist, we had an interesting chat with the Paris based artist about connecting photography with other forms of art.
“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Brett Allen Smith (@brettallensmith) captures the magic of Morocco.
The holidays are in and we're pretty sure you've prepared your itinerary months before, but have you brought every essential item for your wintry vacation? We've got you covered to remind you with the Lomographer's Holiday Checklist.
We have previously featured Iosune de Goñi, a young photographer and writer from Navarra, Spain. This time, she shares with us her latest series of photographs, which she has shot on the color-shifting New LomoChrome Purple film.