There’s something mystical about the snow. The pure whiteness gives a surreal, magical effect on everything it touches in an instant. What more, when the morning sunlight spreads its rays across the white horizon? An extraordinary view.
The snow tames the warmth of the sun into a subdued shade of yellow, mixing in with the blue and neutral tones of the scenery. Now seeing this Monday Moodboard.. who’s up for a photo sesh out in the winter morning?
As part of the Valentine's Day celebrations, we explored what it is like to capture the unique bond that is between you and your partner. Is it possible to create a frame, to freeze the perfect moment in time that sums the essence of love itself?
Kobe-based photographer, Himari, visualizes the physicality of film that digital pictures cannot achieve. She also seeks “light” and keeps looking for what photography means to her. This time, we’ll take you to Himari’s world where you’ll be greeted with warm pictures, full of light.
Let's get funky and experiment with the myriads of tints that your HydroChrome Sutton's Panoramic Belair Camera has to offer. Stretch the idea of flashy landscapes, and pop your photos for vibrant pigmentation!
You heard it right! There is a wine recipe that will develop your black and white film. Arm your self with patience and get start this adventure. Full disclamer, for the use of this tip no good wine has been waisted.
UK-based illustrator JoshParkyArt has worked with brands such as Puma, Xbox and Converse. He recently customised the Lomo'Instant Automat camera with his joyful drawings. Find out more about his work and how you can get your hands on this one-off piece of art.
Let your self be inspired by some fun Halloween shooting ideas. Autumn is synonymous of spirited pumpkins, scary movies and candy supply full for trick or treat. Get your self ready to hit the door bell with your best witchy laugh, and have your camera ready to photograph those terrified faces!
Lomography has teamed up with Exposure Toronto for a new series of artist features that supports the organization’s goal to amplify and highlight Black creatives within the Toronto area. Today, we talk to Shaza Tariq to discuss her growing voice as a photographer.