If you like to cross process your slide film and prefer high contrast but with only a subtle colourshift, this just might be the film for you!
Use a flash or the B setting on your camera for some seriously bold shots, and point your lens towards the sky (especially when the sun is setting) for some very smooth transitional colours without a massive amount of drama. Overexpose your shots by a stop or two and you’ll get some fantastic results!
Most artists prefer to show than tell, especially with their feelings. If you're among the subtle souls, you might want to try the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200, a 35mm art film for you your creative expression.
Dan Bassini just published volume 4 of his zine "No Invite", a series capturing New York Fashion Week by any means necessary. He shows that you don't have to be part of the industry in order to take get your share of it.
New York City does, in fact, never sleep. Because it's always skating. The skate culture here is still very much alive and so are the people following the decks across the skate park with their wide-angle-lenses.
For Danish photographer, Camilla Storgaard female and feminist matters occupy her processes as an artist. With her delicate use of light and colours, she tries to capture through portraiture the emotional struggles women face by the beauty industry and its pressure of perfection.