Lisa Smit is a photographer, traveler, and artist who hails from the Netherlands. She spends her days taking photographs of moments in life that count.
It's easy to get lost in a sea of distraction nowadays. There are just so many things going on at the same time that sometimes you can't help but get swept away by the current. However, it's easy to see that Lisa is not one of those people. Her photographs are focused on the minute details that we merely miss. The creases of someone's skin, the warm glow of a room in the morning, a serene view of the ocean -- all of these and more can be found in Lisa's analogue diary.
If you're interested in Lisa's work, you may head over to her website and blog, and Instagram for more.
Life is always in the fast lane. Many moments are fleeting and unappreciated, like the haste sway of a skirt, or the tendrils being blown by the wind. The Lomo'Instant Square captures all those subtleties.
March is Women's History Month and we want to take a closer look at the wonderful women behind cameras all over the country. Marissa Alper's work is reflecting her private life, and with it she is slowly tearing down the barriers she had to face as a female artist.
At face value, it seems like no one could ever go wrong with taking a landscape photograph. Anyone can do it, so long as the subject is visible. But how do you rise above the mediocrity that plagues landscape photography?
The great thing about being a photographer is that there's always a way to emulate styles and elements. if you're just as resourceful as the guys from the Cooperative of Photography, you'll find this video tipster helpful, applicable to all sorts of photography.
Kenneth Bachor used to work as a photo editor for the Rolling Stone, ABC News or TIME, just to name a few. His passion for photography was triggered by old record's artwork and is fueled today by street culture, skating and coffee.
Street photography is one of the most popular genres today, and it can all be repetitive. It doesn't have to be. The secret to great street photography is by getting to know the cityscape and culture, and in Amsterdam, there's much to learn.
Take your lenses off as we celebrate World Pinhole Day! Pay homage to the roots of photography by crafting our own pinhole cameras and taking dreamy pictures through the "tiny eye". To jumpstart this all-analogue experience, let's revisit some tipsters and interviews about the pinhole movement.
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We gathered a pool of young photographers to give us their insights on photography, being its future, and other things in this interview series for Lomography's 25th anniversary. This time, we take a look at Dia Takacsova's pensive photographs of lands far away.
Nothing wrong with spending that Christmas bonus from your day job for a new gear or photography equipment -- but if you're cashing out thousands to have them all to yourself, perhaps it's time to sit down and reflect on your impulsive cravings before indulging on them.
Daniel Arnold may just be one of the most important names in contemporary street photography. Known for his raw takes on New York City life, he leaves no detail glamorized and allows himself to get into their personal space -- a task only for the fearless shooters in the concrete jungle.