A marriage of both urban and natural spaces, American photographer David Allee references his childhood and youth through nocturnal landscapes in New York City and the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains.
Allee hints his experiences of fear in darkness through artificially illuminated scenery, turning them to some sort of fantastical and wistful images of familiar places. The work embodies his desire to reconcile his fears as an adult through the manifestations of childhood experience, amassed visual memory and nostalgia. The series "Chasing Firefly" can also be said that it is a reference to Allee's fatherhood, questions the relationship of father and child and teaching the darker realities of the world: light within darkness.
The American photographer David LaChapelle often borrows styles and aesthetics from art history, making him stand out as a commercial photographer. His new series "New World" welcomes us to his hyper-realism.
With the aim to understand the growing urban landscape of the 70's, photographer Gordon Matta-Clark was set on studying architectural trends in New York through photography. The famous Anarchitecture series is now on display in Paris.
It's just like any other night for New York-based photographer Daniel Schaefer. In the city streets of New York, he and his model who goes by Dove Mother grab some dumplings for dinner, with the side salad of night photography using the handy Lomo'Instant Square.
Earlier this year, we gave New York-based filmmaker Parker Hill a Lomo'Instant Wide to experiment with. This summer she took it on a road trip, chasing the unique and nostalgic feeling of adolescence in the American South.
Robert Herman has been a street photographer since his student time at New York University in the late 1970's. Back then, he started to capture New York, the city's beautiful diversity of people, reflections and unique coincidental moments on rolls and rolls of analogue film.
The Dutch documentary photographer has been collecting the memory and history Israel and the Palestinian territories in its everyday life, in midst of the conflicts that create extraordinary circumstances. We revisit this series after almost 25 years.
Singaporean Photographer Ian Lim takes the Lomo'Instant Square to New York, this time he collaborates with the likes of Casey Benjamin, Just Blaze, Jay Electronica, Phillip Leeds, and many more big names.
Loretta Ramos is a TV show producer, recently known for Hannibal, American Gods, and Mockingbird Lane. Not quite as dark are her personal photographs, she likes to take with the Diana F+. We couldn't wait to see what she thinks of our brand new Diana Instant Square and sent her a prototype to test.
The German photographer is one of the iconic artists that promoted "Neues Bauen" or "New Objectivity", a movement in architecture that favored functionalism. As a photographer, Werner Mantz applied the same approach to his photography.