This is not for ones who fear heights. The winners of our Reach for the Sky Rumble are here!
Hundreds upon hundreds of stories are located within each storey of the skyscrapers pictured here. Some of these practically touch the sky already, the fact of which leave us in awe and wonder. As a people we sure have gone a long way from living in the caves of past! The Reach for the Sky Rumble is an ode to buildings and skyscrapers of now and to the future! But until then, here are our winners, who’ll each get 5 Piggies.
The best artists are not the popular or the wealthy ones. Not all the time, and definitely not 'often'. It's the passionate artist, who's a hero of his or her own right. Japanese photographer Mii Yatogi breathes, lives, and sleeps analogue. Read our interview with her here at Lomography Magazine.
To be a photographer, you have to capture the unseen and the abstract. And when you do, you grow one step empathetic. Here we review Lomographs that straight out speak of human emotions, one befitting for our Halloween special: the look of fear.
So, here's something not quite new or shocking among Parisians, but a head-scratcher for all the people in the world. Apparently, the Eiffel Tower's been copyrighted when the lights are up in the night sky. In other words, you can't photograph the tower at night.
Aside from photographs, intrepid travelers turn to local markets for one-of-a-kind mementos to remember their adventure by. Here are some unique souvenirs that lomographer spotted during their adventures.
Gabriel H. Sanchez is photo essay editor at BuzzFeed News and part of our TEN AND ONE AWARD judges. His poetic way of talking about photography in this interview not only proves his passion for the medium but most likely makes you want to grab your camera right away and snap your submissions.
Mondays are a bummer. Don't fret though, you're not alone in this. Everyone's feeling pretty lethargic on the first day of the weekday. Here's a Monday Moodboard in which everyone's in the mood for exactly what you're doing now.
The existence of light grants us to see the whole spectrum of the prism. As we walk our way across the rainbow, we study, ruse and add meanings to the colors. Some mixes are a match made in heaven; such is the sky and sea.