Brilliantly designed structures are always something to behold. Here’s the winner of the Awesome Architecture Flash Rumble!
Whether you’re a fan of classic design, or are inclined towards more futuristic and forward looking projects, great architecture is always appreciated and stand the test of time. We had our keen-eyed Lomographers scour and shoot their favorite buildings for the Awesome Architecture Flash Rumble, and we have a winner in mafiosa's submission. Congratulations!
Indian architecture has evolved through centuries due to historical forces, geographical and socio-economic conditions. Indian architecture displays different periods of time in the history. Here are some eras of Indian architecture.
To celebrate the arrival of the chrome-plated Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens, we're challenged portrait photographers to share their monochrome masterpieces taken with any Lomography Art Lens. Here are the mesmerizing results.
Instant cameras are not just for capturing sunlit adventures. Take it for a spin once the sun goes down and freeze the night light into a mesmerizing print. Follow the lead of these "Now or Never" winners!
It's neither red & green, pink & blue, nor black & white. In reality, people come in gradients instead of blocks, a spectrum than of compartments. The "Non-Binary" portraits of Montreal-based photographer Laurence Philomene are the very fresh sights to behold.
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.
Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, the Lomography Gallery NYC is always showing something amazing. Here we meet Vienna-born artist and illustrator Peter Phobia, whose exhibition Lost and Found playfully integrated instant photography, text and drawing. Learn more in this exclusive interview!
There's always something sad and beautiful with the snow. Synonymous to a white blanket. Swiss photographer Ester Vonplon photographs the fleeting glacier blocks, and shreds of ice and water, mimicking textures and surfaces of cloth.