Directors Laure Flammarion and Arnaud Uyttenhove followed photographer Alec Soth all over the United States for his project titled "Broken Manual." What they captured is a thoughtful view of people who decided to leave society in search for themselves and the ever elusive idea of peace.
There is no glamour in Somewhere to Disappear. Just a lot of dirt and gritty realizations about these people and the reasons they have for leaving modern society behind. The documentary shows these people, the places they call home, and their stories but it also shines light upon the photographer and his work. Alec Soth lugs around this massive large format camera and it's fascinating to see his encounters with these people -- he interacts with them and discovers something new about life, society, and even about himself in every new experience.
Somewhere to Disappear is a film about getting lost and being found, with these out-of-the-ordinary characters that all have these interesting things to say. It's a beautiful piece regardless if the focus is in front or behind Alec's camera. To think that this expansive land of dirt and dust is what some people call their "home sweet home" is poetic as it is dark.
Camilla Ferrari first started doing landscape and travel photography, but then she discovered a whole new world of street photography. She is always looking for inspiring places and people and her ability to capture their essence is why we love her work so much.
Do you love music? Lomography USA and Columbia Records have teamed up to find talented analog photographers to shoot concerts on film and have the work featured here in the Magazine. Check out this list of cities in which we are searching for a Lomographer, some shows as early as next week!
Sometimes, you can't help but wish for the days to snow forever. The winter is when all life forms retreat to their homes and become recluses, awarding themselves with the much-needed rest they deserve after eleven months of work-and-play. This Monday Moodboard is a glimpse of the hibernating days.
An avid medium mixer of for art and photography, Ina Jang shares to us what motivates her to continue her constant experiments, her subtle and muted aesthetics, and the story behind her work. Read this exclusive interview on how she breathes new life to alternative photography.
Combining his love for creative photography and a passion to live life to the fullest, Louis Dazy creates some of the most beautiful images we have ever seen on film. Learn more about his craft and the ideals he swears by in this short interview.
Chilean photographer Cristóbal Escanilla sees women as bringers of beauty -- whether clothed, naked, posed, or candid -- and in their natural atmosphere and surroundings do they get divine. Shot in analogue, Cristóbal's portraits bring a beautiful combination of eroticism, purity, and naturalism.
Longstanding community member Toby Mason (aka fotobes) is now one of our TEN AND ONE AWARD judges. He has been shooting in analogue for many years and mixes up colour drenched xpro shots with double exposures and film swaps with the likes of HODACHROME.
Colors mean differently for all walks of life. The color Scarlet is no mere orange-red hybrid hue; it's a passionate, haphazardous one. Lomography tries to understand the meaning of each complex color found in the gradient and what it means for most of us.
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.
Photography vlogger Ted Forbes from "Art of Photography" starts 2018 with his top 7 monographs for every photographer to take inspiration from. The books range from old, iconic photographers,, famous contemporary photographers to new, non-famous shooters.