How did photographer and cinema pioneer Eadweard Muybridge became one of the most important inventors of cinema?
It all began in 1872, when Leland Stanford, who would be the founder of Stanford University, made a bet with his colleagues. The bet was whether all four of a horse's hooves were off the ground at the same time during a gallop. They contacted the English photographer Muybridge to set the record straight. He set up some tripwires and rows of cameras, with a horse running along.
The bet no longer matters -- it's Muybridge's discovery that took a shine. Learn more of the fascinating trivia of the beginnings of motion picture through this creative video.
Home is on the road, with some musicians, face masks, and a couple of rolls of film to capture it all, for music photographer Paige Sara. We talked to her about her analog journey, from photographing her mom's garden to touring the US.
Lost in a vast land filled with whimsical and ironic images, Andrew Dupuy tells us how his adventure with film photography began. Along with the many stories that came with his ongoing colorful and bizarre journey.
In celebration of Women's History Month, we are inviting inspiring women from around the globe to share their stories and experiences with us. Today we talk to Margaret Drysdale, founder of Women In Focus In Edinburgh (WIFIE) about setting up a photography organization specifically for women.
In celebration of Women's History Month, we are inviting inspiring women from around the globe to share their stories and experiences with us. Today we talk to Rachel Brewster a UK based wedding photographer and owner of Little Vintage Photography.
Filmmaker and photographer Sheldon Walker investigates his interest in U.S. history with his series entitled "Buffalo Soldier". Recreating scenes from a bygone America, Sheldon presents history in a visually captivating manner. Learn more about his series here.
Analogue-shooter Sam Lee's body of work draws inspiration from some of contemporary Cinema and Television's masterpieces of visual narration. Get to know Sam and his artistry on film photography through this interview.
Confinement didn't stop San Diego based photographer Michael Walrond from shooting film, on the contrary, it gave him the opportunity to explore the medium even more. With the help of his friend and artist Tiffany Cole, he shot a series through screens on film, that he, later on, cross-processed for an out-of-this reality vision.
Disposable cameras, Instant film, and large format, Jason Kummerfeldt's tried it all on his Youtube channel Grainydays. A few years ago, he never thought we would shoot large format because of its imposing volume and size. But he eventually caved in, and after years of research for the perfect gear, made the leap into the world of large format!
UK-based photographer Flore Diamant has carved out a career photographing bands, festivals, places and people. She shoots predominantly with film and has a totally unique approach which makes her work stand out from the crowd. We talked to Flore about making it in a difficult industry.
LomoWomen is a series of articles in celebration of Women’s History Month and to shine a spotlight on our female artists. We caught up with photographer and videographer Martina Hache. In this installment, she shares with us her work and experiences as a woman in photography and art.