Put a pop of color and a flash of light in your photographs with the Lomography Ringflash!
If posing for the camera is a crime, then these willing subjects are in hot water. Well, who can blame them? You’ll surely pose when an analogue shooter paired with a curious-looking *Lomography Ringflash* is pointed directly at you! Get zany reactions from your subjects when you attach the Ringflash to your favorite camera and have as much fun as they are! Enjoy the flashy colors and dependable build of the Ringflash. Take these quirky portraits as inspiration:
The Lomography Ringflash is the most amazing electronic flash you’ll ever encounter. It completely surrounds your lens and throws a burst of perfectly even light onto your subject. Don’t wait to experience this – get your own at the Shop now!
Lomography have teamed up with the National Portrait Gallery to offer you the chance to win tickets to see the William Eggleston Portraits Exhibition and a Diana F+ so you can put your photography skills to the test.
In love with her sense of light, color, and softness, we sent the Daguerreotype Achromat Art lens to Edie Sunday, who shared these photographs with us and provided insights to her inspiration and shooting tips for new lens users.
Translucent light, defining shadows — nothing speaks louder with the statement done in flash photography. There’s just something candid, outspoken and truthful about the aesthetic. Raw beauty of the subject is immediately achieved, especially when paired with instant photography.
You may already know Kamila K Stanley, young photographer and vivid globe-trotter. Always on the move, on the verge of a new adventure, Kamila spent some days in Paris during that spring time filled with soft light and acidulous colors. She took the newest Neptune Convertible Art Lens System with her, and this is the result.
Join Lomography's exclusive interview with the witty German portrait photographer Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert on how he breaks the stereotypes of portrait photography in the context of gender norms and traditional masculinity.
The birth of New Yorker punk -- the CBGB was the unlikely beaming light of a seemingly nearly-apocalyptic New York in the 1970's. Photographer David Godlis caught this special time and place with his camera.