“People vs. Places” is an ongoing collaborative project featuring doubles by photographers Timothy Burkhart and Stephanie Bassos. Check out some of their works after the jump!
As the title suggests, *People vs. Places* is a collaboration by Chicago-based photographers Timothy Burkhart and Stephanie Bassos that features people and places. Through a quick Google search, we learned that the project has already been going on as far back as 2012. The duo shoots in 35mm format, sharing not only one film but also the same camera. It’s Stephanie who takes photos of people first and then Timothy, of places.
Below are some of their most recent photographs which can be found on their Tumblr page. According to them, the images are “unedited negatives straight from the camera.”
This double exposure project allows us to step back from having full control of the image making process and trust in one another while allowing coincidences to happen naturally on film.
Mark Harless also known as Bleeblu is a portrait photographer who spent his childhood days in the Philippines on an island called Kwajalein surrounded by pure nature and everlasting sunsets. Now, his work focuses on people, their bodies and expressions.
Marine Toux is a young French photographer whose work we showcased on Lomography magazine. After 3 years studying photography, Marine decided to work exclusively with analog cameras. Check out this new series featuring the Neptune Convertible Lens System,
In celebration of the reformulated LomoChrome Purple film, Lomography Gallery Store Soho recently hosted a new exhibition of analogue photographs taken by artist Adam Popli. It was an ongoing series of work shot on the (original formula) Lomochrome Purple film.
Berlin-based photo artist Thomas Nitz is currently having an exhibition until April 14. Entitled “Essenz”, it showcases his impressive multiple exposure images. Meet the artist every Saturday and be part of his other ongoing project, featuring his self-made Darkbox Camera.
On July 20, Lomography Gallery Store NYC will be hosting "Seeing in Monochrome", an exhibition featuring work made with the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens by NYC editorial photographers. In this article, we're learning more about the featured artists and getting a sneak preview of their work!
The scenery of the Scottish wild is an understated beauty often recalled in works of fantasy and fiction. Photographer and wanderlust Richard Gaston is back to share his big project on experiencing and photographing the wilderness of the temperate and oceanic country.
Do you love music? Lomography USA and Columbia Records have teamed up to find talented analog photographers to shoot concerts on film and have the work featured here in the Magazine. Check out this list of cities in which we are searching for a Lomographer, some shows as early as next week!
Heinrich Böll was an author often sought after by photographers as their subjects, their interest for the writer mostly stemming from their shared love for humanity. Behold some introspective portraits of the revered German writer from the post-war era as captured by numerous photographers.
Brandon Roggeman showcases a limited series of decks presented by Cowtown Skateboards in the "Skate After School" fundraising event featuring special edition skateboards, videos, live jazz, and prints from featured artists. Find out more about this amazing project in this exclusive interview!
Nashville photographer Danielle Holbert reflects on her specialty in portraiture of musicians, many of whom she met through a dynamic circle of creative friends. For Holbert, each shoot is a balanced collaboration between artist and subject in order to feature their most authentic personality.
Hollie Fernando is a one-of-a-kind photographer who always wanted to help people embrace their own skin and feel good about themselves. With her inspiring work she is motivating women all over the world to love their own bodies and feel confident and beautiful.