The simplest way to define a portrait is it's an image that portrays a person. It's very simple as that, giving a huge room for flexibility and experiments. You can take a portrait that focuses simply on one's outfit, or one's pose, even just his facial features.
Here we've listed some of the most commonly used portrait lengths as your guide and refresher in the art of portrait photography, thanks to these Lomographs.
Face-focused, minimal negative space: full face view
Face down to the neck or bust: bust portraiture
From head to trunk: half-length portrait portraiture
From head to upper limbs: the three quarter length portrait
Today we’re diving into the niche world of surf photography, from its humble beginnings to the present day, and asking some of our talented Lomographers why their passion drives them to continue capturing surfers on film.
With film photography there’s no precise way to tell how the results will turn out, and film swaps double that unpredictability! If you want to try your hand at film swaps with fellow film enthusiasts but are not sure where to start, here's a guide for you.
If you’ve got itchy feet and a longing to travel then these photos from Lomographer Alyssa-Naïs Tourte will surely inspire you to pack your bags and hit the road in search of spontaneous adventure and unfamiliar landscapes.
Don’t know your 35 mm from your 110? Never heard of medium format? Confused about cross-processing? This guide gives a brief overview of everything analogue and you’ll be an expert in no time! Get a head start with film photography with our downloadable 12-page PDF guide.
Bereft of her usual feminine models and ethereal style of photography, artist Lean Lui's latest film photography experiment features light sensitive paper, a washing machine, and I Ching and Taoism's core maxims of surrendering to the underlying connections of the universe.
Portrait photographer Rob Hawthorn tested out the LomoChrome Metropolis and Berlin Kino B&W 120 films on a recent photoshoot in London. He talked to us about shooting lucid portraits with film and shared some tips for being prepared.
London and New York based documentary photographer, Cameron Schiller, has released her second book titled Cameron Schiller 2019-2020. The book is a collection of photographic insights from Schiller that have been taken over the course of her living in South East London's underground scene.