It is common practice in portraiture that the photographer must capture the eyes -- they're the gateway to the soul, as many would say. The eyes, among the other facial parts, are the most expressive parts of the human body. It's easier to see emotions from one's face.
But what about through body language? The posture, the positioning and angling of hands, limbs and such -- when cohesively done, one can read emotions through the body as well. Take these photographs from the Lomography community as examples, and try them for yourself.
An awesome accessory for the analogue adventurer, this brand-new instant camera was inspired by the sweeping plains and diverse flora and fauna of the Serengeti National Park. Featuring a textured brown leather design and golden embossed detailing, no safari is complete without this advanced instant camera. Featuring a textured brown leather design and golden embossed detailing, no safari is complete without this advanced instant camera.
Forget the ordinary, make the world extraordinary with this special edition Lomo’Instant Automat Camera with lenses featuring a colorful illustration by Hong Kong artist, Vivian Ho! Estimated to ship-out in December 2022 for the EU and the US!
The changes to our environment, no matter how small, have always been a source of inspiration for photographers. In community member Attila's photo album "foreverflower", he explores the many faces and phases of flowers through his unique lenses. We asked him a few questions about his work.
"For me, in portraiture, there’s above all a climate of trust to be established with the model, the subject." — Laurence Guenoun is back in our Magazine to talk to us about her vision of portrait photography while sharing her latest photos taken with our Art Lens.
Located in Portland's revived Lloyd Center Mall, Family Photo Studio is one of the new businesses that opened up to join what is now Lloyd Arts District. Learn more about this studio and its unique approach to family portraits through founder Michael Raines.
A Lomography member since she was 14, Natalie Rachel has shown the community her corner of the world through many Lomography cameras. Today we take a look at how she's grown from documenting her formative years to being a successful professional photographer.