There[s just something about the human body that artists of all styles and practices find beauty on the nude body. How it curves and forms into different shapes allows us to discover more of its mysteries. Artistic nudes have been with us since the dawn of art history, so it is not surprising that since the invention of the camera, there came more opportunities to learn about the body.
We bring you this tiny gallery of vintage nude photographs from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Dee, better know as elegia is a photographer based in Manchester, UK and has been sampling the Fuji Instax Monochrome film with the Lomo'Instant Wide. We talked to her about the joys of instant photography and what the future might hold.
Jeff Tinard started photography around ten years ago. His black and white world leads us to encounter new faces and figures which the photographer has frozen in time. We lent him the Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens to try out. Read more about his thoughts on the lens in the interview below.
There's a difference between being a photographer and an artist photographer. We talk to our artist-photographer friends Adèle Mathieu, Bárbara Bezina and Alfonso Aguilar about the matter through this editorial.
The Met Gala is New York's biggest night of the year! Naturally, LomoAmigo Dan Bassini, who is known for hunting down celebrities for a photo on his point and shoot, did not miss this one either. See who he captured on Lomography Color Negative 800 at the Met Gala.
Lomographer Pawel Szvmanski, a.k.a. kindmess, takes his portraiture ahead with exquisite shots taken in medium format, creating the rare seamlessness found in digital while maintaining the quirky qualities of film.
Photography will always have a place for the old and the new. Get to know our newcomer Austin Hess (@athess), along with seasoned community member Galina Mushinsky (@gmushinsky) this Community Spotlight!