Pack your bags and travel with no plan – off we go to Tsiribihina, Madagascar!
Sometimes it’s nice to try the ‘independent traveller’ way of exploring new places – no plans at all. On the second day of his trip, -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-- met an old travelling buddy by surprise, leading them to Tsiribihina, Madagascar, where beautiful landscapes and lively villages awaited them.
Viktor Bevaro has been dreaming about a long journey his whole life. After a breakup, he finally packed his bags, his Lomo LC-Wide and has been travelling ever since. Viktor has traveled 40+ countries and is sharing his experience and beautiful photos with us.
One thing is for sure - people all around the globe love celebrations. Just the thought of going on holidays and spending time with your loved ones is enough of a reason to celebrate and fully enjoy your days off. In many countries, Christmas is celebrated differently depending on the culture.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary, we asked Lomographers to share their favorite places in Israel by submitting Lomographs. The collective effort pays off, and Lomography continues to go global as the erected LomoWall in Tel Aviv caught the attention of the Israeli press and media.
As of August 19th, we will no longer have an in-store film drop-off-service at the Lomography Gallery Store NYC. You can still send your rolls in for development with us through our LomoLab Online Service in our online shop.
Last week, the TEN AND ONE winners flew in from all over the world to enjoy a week of workshops and exchange about their love for photography. I had the pleasure of spending a day with them and the Lomography staff, going on one of the famous LomoWalks.
Lomography loves both students and teachers, so we're helping you out with some savings on some photographic school supplies! Get a 35% discount on the Diana F+ Camera, Diana F+ Camera with Flash, Sprocket Rocket, or The Spinner 360°! Check out our microsite to find out more!
Take your lenses off as we celebrate World Pinhole Day! Pay homage to the roots of photography by crafting our own pinhole cameras and taking dreamy pictures through the "tiny eye". To jumpstart this all-analogue experience, let's revisit some tipsters and interviews about the pinhole movement.