In 2015, Singaporean photographer Edwin Koo released his documentation of commuters in Singapore's Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). Edwin started taking photos of the daily situation when he experienced the difficulty of commuting himself, saying that the photographs are born from "a sense of frustration and alienation."
Edwin's Transit project was launched in the National Museum of Singapore and still remain as one of the most inventive local projects in Singapore.
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.
Italian-based photographer Nicola D’Orta recently shot a fashion series in Positano, one of the most beautiful places in South Italy, using our new film LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400, Nicola works as a portrait and fashion photographer. Here are his comments on the newest Lomography film - LomoChrome Metropolis!
As a digital filmmaking student and content creator in the Philippines, AC Soriano spends a lot of time and effort into polishing his videography. But now, as he rediscovers analogue photography, AC shows a different perspective to life — one that is raw, candid, and unfiltered.
School supplies can be quite expensive, but not all of them have to be! Lomography loves both students and teachers, so we’re offering 35% off selected items! We want to support students and teachers, because we love life at university and we can’t wait to see the great creative outcome that will happen when students and teachers shoot with Lomography cameras! Please fill in the form and you will receive an email with your discount code.
Welcome to another installment of diptychs as we walk through the artistic processes of longtime Lomographer and film experimenter Julija (a.k.a. neja) and analogue wild child Lynn (a.k.a. nnlynn) on how they see, feel, and capture color.
Equipped with bags full of Lomography Film, five US-based photographers took off to explore the streets of Mexico City through their lenses. We're sharing their results, thoughts and impressions one by one. Today, please meet NYC-based artist Cat Byrnes.
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.
Kamila K Stanley is a self-taught, British-Polish photographer. With a sharp eye and lust for color, her portfolio seamlessly spins together brazen fashion editorials, magnetic portraiture, and poignant documentary work, exploring themes including insomnia in Japan and youth in the Middle East. Read more about her newest projects, as well as a brief look in her directorial debut.
I embarked on an epic journey through the heart of Westafrica. From Lagos in Nigeria to Dakar in Senegal in three weeks. Passing seven countries on the way, thus joining artists from the whole continent and taking them to the Biennale in Dakar. It was a hell of a ride.