Don’t start making noises now. Don’t even try to cheer. We don’t want to break his intense concentration on juggling those balls, do we?
Here’s another reason why you should always bring your camera with you – a camera can freeze a moment in its essence in a snap! Community member lupideeloop managed to snap this photo that shows just how much concentration is needed when it comes to juggling. This photo was taken using a Revue Solar 100 loaded with Agfa APX 100 film. You can see more photos from lupideloop in this album.
Congratulations to lupideelopp for winning Photo of the Day!
It's that time of year when we have to embrace the colder weather and try to enjoy it as much as possible. All those walks full of kicking around the leaves will make you want to capture those beautiful autumn colors and enjoy the view.
One of the most intense moments of world history is the fall of Tsarist Russia. Up to now, it's one of the most discussed, with the on-going debate of whether Anastasia died or not. Swiss writer and academician Pierre Gilliard captured what would inevitably be their last days.
We all have our ways of making our cameras our own, making them do what we want, and helping us to remember how to use them. This is my take on making my Sprocket Rocket mine, with marks and hints on making it easier to use.
Do you speak Russar+? Optics expert, workshop leader, and photographer Daniel Schaefer definitely does! Read on for his review and to see his expansive views captured by the widest of the Lomography Art Lenses.
Combining his love for creative photography and a passion to live life to the fullest, Louis Dazy creates some of the most beautiful images we have ever seen on film. Learn more about his craft and the ideals he swears by in this short interview.
Come From Away is the true story of 38 planes stranding 7000 passengers in remote Canada, on September 11, 2001. One character dares to "Stop the World, Take a Photo" amid the chaos. In honor of World Photography Day, we invite you to do the same for the chance to see the masterpiece musical in NYC!
Just like the human body, the camera experiences extreme changes during the snow. For one, the power-levels are weaker, and then there's condensation being one of the camera's winter illnesses. Here are a few reminders from us for your analogue endeavors.