Aside from browsing through beautiful photographs and reading interesting articles, hanging out in the shoutbox is another worthwhile activity to do in the community. Not only will you get updated on the latest in photography, you’ll also have a chance to share ideas, tips, and stories with fellow shutterbugs across the globe. The shoutbox is always brimming with entertaining conversation and it's all because of these Lomographers.
Photographer and founder of the Camera of the Month Club, Erica Reade talked to us about the importance of women fighting for their space, uncomfortable conversations, and why photography is more important than science in high school.
Travelling is always a great experience, but when you do it with a film camera by your side everything gets more special and nostalgic. Come with us to Paris with the Spanish model Sara Majada and her Diana F+ in this interview.
Rain or shine, just always take your camera with you wherever you go! LomoAmigo Joel Chua shows us how it's done with this lovely set of photos taken with the LC-A+ and Lomography Color Negative films.
Surprises are always waiting in the next frame. You just need to keep winding that film until you reach the end of the roll. See these beautiful and nostalgic scenes from Octavio Garcia's visual diary.
When it comes to supporting the film community, Lanna is a true angel. She's running a photo collective, working on educational programs with Brooklyn Central and supporting Lomography in all our endeavors. Now it's time to pay tribute to her personal work with her first self-published zine "Weekends".
Fearless traveler and Lomographer Stéphane Heinz (a.k.a. elmahiko) is here to share his memorable trip to the colorful cities of Portugal. With his own words and images, he walks us through his travel.
This is the second instalment of the journey of a lifetime, taking me all across Westafrica in an old vintage bus. But will the beast ever make it through to the final destination Dakar? Deserts and many accidents remain great obstacles in the heart of Africa.
Winter has arrived, and along with chilly days and nights, it has toned down the colors. If you prefer your photos to be a little more eccentric and colorful, warm up your rolls with these film soup recipes!