It’s one of the most hated enemies of the “serious” photographer but here at Lomography, we embrace all our flares!
If you ever entered into a photography class, you might remember being told not to shoot directly into the sun because, a) you might damage your eyes, and b) it produces flare and ghosting in your photos! While the former is certainly bad, the latter has its place in Lomography! You can catch those streaking rays of light bathing your subject in an otherworldly glow or just shoot from the hip and wait for the surprise when you develop the roll! Here’s a small gallery from our Photos page, full of flared goodness. Enjoy and try it our your self!
One of our favorite new lens reviewers from NYC, optics expert Daniel Sawyer Schaefer took the Jupiter 3+ for a spin an shot some seriously breathtaking portraits. Read his poetic analysis of the lens and see the photos here.
The Photography Show in Birmingham brings together some of the leading photography brands all under one, huge roof! Lomography are thrilled to be taking part in the exciting show with our very own stall. come an visit us at stand E83 and make the most of some exclusive discounts!
Working behind the scenes here in Lomography are some of the most creative and passionate individuals who make our community awesome. Since the holiday season is coming up, we asked if we could take a peek into their wishlists.
All right, film may not be the most used in all photographic purposes, but the growing numbers of users in the realm of art photography should not be dismissed. Here's what you can expect when the analogue grind becomes a usual among art photographers again.
We all have that one place to call 'home', but anywhere can be 'home' for the wanderer. Photographer Cydney Cosette's risque trip to the Texan desert unravels hidden, rare beauty of nature through her images.
Hamish Gill is a UK based photographer who writes 35mm compact, rangefinder, and lens reviews for his blog. We lent him a Jupiter 3+ lens and in return he gave it one of the most thorough reviews we've ever read!
When experimenting with new rolls of film, it's often the first roll that brings both the most joy and the most trial & tribulation. We want to start highlighting some successful first attempts here on our Magazine with our films. The first in this line up is Brian Bruno aka Brunoroids.