The City of Angels is one surreal place to be. As the city where films are made, the line between fiction and non-fiction of its hallmarks found in L.A. are blurred. The tableau to dreams and reality.
Here, photographer Gianluca Galtrucco captures some scenic places found, there is no certainty whether as such was actually a movie set or production. It's a cinematic mirage. L.A. has been known for its film industry. but no matter how much movies shape its streets in every turn, Galtrucco suspends his disbelief and trusts the image. This way, it might all just make sense that it is a la la land.
In Japanese aesthetics, the "floating world" refers to the vague world of beauty and transient feelings found in a picture. Such is with the photography of Sarolta Gyoker, whose images seem to be all too surreal to be ever found in gritty reality.
Everything is symbolistic nowadays, even chairs. There is art to where your posterior parks and rests. Here are portraits of chair sitters that study both furniture and subject, and the relationship between.
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The December holidays are the best times to spend a week out somewhere away from the buzz and noise of daily life. Here we line up some unique places all over the world for a unique and memorable winter 2017.
While we love the singular works of renowned New York photographers such as Vivian Maier and Berenice Abbott, the most compelling ones can be found in the vernacular. The untrained eyes are the most raw.
The dynamic between a photographer and a non-photographer as his subject is evident. The photographer adjusts. When a photographer tries to take a portrait of a fellow photographer, it's a play of power. Such is this insight from Chinese portraitist Zhong Weixing.
Herr Willie, who goes by the moniker @wil6ka, is an ardent globetrotter and passionate film photographer. Being a TV journalist and filmmaker has taken him to places some could only dream of, capturing truly inspiring stories along the way.
Last weekend the annual Holiday Hangout with Mark Oblow took place at Treehouse on Oahu, Hawaii. Mark and the Treehouse Crew are old friends of Lomography, so we made sure they are fully equipped to capture all their fun on analogue film.
Referred to as the generation of information, film photography caught the attention of today's youth. At least this is the case with Vietnam, where there are lots of vocal and active users of film who are in their teens and early 20s.