Last month's monchrome challenge, Granularity put the spotlight on photos that were made more eye-catching by visible film grains. There's no such thing as too much noise when it comes to these grainy yet aesthetically pleasing photos.
Grand Prize Winner:
Here's what the jury has to say about this photo:
A grainy photo finish suits photographs with a haunting atmosphere better. This winning photo by damianhovhannisyan definitely calls for gritty grains to complement its unmistakable film noir influence.
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While transforming the current German music scene, production trio KITSCHKRIEG share their origin story, creative process and how they ended up collaborating with Lomography by styling the Simple Use Reloadable Film Camera B&W KITSCHKRIEG Edition.
California-based Mark Nisbet has been photographing the skateboard industry for over 30 years. He tested out our Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens to take some dynamic shots of skaters in action, as well as some stunning landscapes.
Photographer Edd Carr impressed us all with his amazing video animation made entirely from cyanotype prints. Now he's back to tell us about his latest analogue video made for DUST Magazine's editorial on fashion icon Vivienne Westwood as part of this year's London Fashion Week.