Need a quick refresher on the LomoHomes and photographs that were on the spotlight this week? Curious as to what your fellow Lomographers have been up to on the Shoutbox? Or want the latest scoop on the most exciting Competitions? Find all these and more in this weekly recap!
LomoHomes We Loved This Week
From instant snapshots to moody monochromes to soft-colored landscapes, the community never runs dry of inspiring visuals! Head to the LomoHomes of prntmkrap, neuviemelune, tumbler, borbapereira, lomodori, daffymcduck, and rj3 to see what made their analogue abodes worthy of the HOTD badge.
Explore more LomoHomes here.
Photos We Loved This Week
See more of our favorite photos in the Selected Photo Section.
On the Magazine
Argentinean writer and photographer Lorraine Healy takes us to the Jujuy province in North Argentina. See the majestic sights and discover the story behind the region’s moniker, “Silver Teacup,” in her fascinating travelogue.
London-based English literature student Imogen Holmes shoots on film to capture moments of spontaneity in a carefree yet soulful way. She discovered the Lomography community while she was researching for experimental photography methods. Get to know our featured newcomer in this interview.
Only four days left to submit your photos inspired by the theme “from ordinary to extraordinary” to the Lomography x The National Portrait Gallery: William Eggleston Rumble. Don’t miss this chance to win tickets to see an exhibition of William Eggleston’s photographs and a Diana F+!
In case you missed the news: You can now comment on articles and other snapshots by fellow lomographers using photos uploaded on your LomoHome! Don’t be shy and give this cool new feature a try in this competition.
Take the spotlight next week!
We’re always on the radar for intriguing and interesting things around the Community. If you want to share your LomoHome, photographs, and personal projects, drop a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Who knows you (or your friend) might be next Community star!
Also, we are open to your comments and suggestions on how we can improve our weekly wrap-up. If you think there are community-related content that we might have missed, please feel free to share your thoughts on the comment section below. See you all next week!