Most of us organize our photo albums according to events or places. Some prefer to classify their photographs according to film or technique, while others compile their best shots. Have a look at this month's most noteworthy albums and learn how to tell your stories through visual organization.
From everyone here in Lomography, congratulations to these lomographers for having the trending albums of April 2017!
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.
The photos we take aren't just fragments of the past, they can also be used to tell stories that we can always get back to. In this installment of In Depth, we take a look into the role of photography in writing a narrative with images.
Zayira Ray is a New York City-based student of photography with a special love for out of the ordinary portraiture. Her photographs not only try to capture the beauty of a person but tell their story. In this article, Zayira takes our new Petzval 55 mm f/1.7 MKII through its paces.
Caryatids are the female equivalent of atlases–figures that appear to carry architecture. Hannah Pichler started to take a closer look at these often overlooked figures and share her thoughts as part of Women's Month.
Starting this month, we would like to shine the spotlight on Lomographers who have been with us for the past few years. They are the community members who continue to inspire us with their distinctive visual styles. Today, say hello to osteologist, teacher, and photographer La Fille Renne (aka @lafilledeer).
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.
We gave Eleonora Sacco a Lomography camera before she left for a long journey on the Transiberian train from Moscow to Vladivostok. She has come back with lots of pictures, anecdotes and stories to tell.
Earlier this year, Lomography launched a new B&W Kino film in 35mm and 120 format. In partnership with the Penumbra Foundation, we held a workshop where participants were able to test out Lomography's new film on the streets of NYC and learn how to develop their own film. Check out more here.