Shooting with a fisheye-capable camera can freshen up everyday scenes. With a distorted view, it makes the landscapes circular and faces bigger, offering a wackier view of what we're used to. See the world Through A Fish's Eye with these amusing photographs.
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If fishes in the waters spy on people, this is what their view would probably look like. Lomographer @chourique captures a warped-up world of land and sea.
There is more to a person than meets the eye. In this interview, Agata Gąsek discloses how she sees the inner wonders of people, especially women, kept within their hearts. Personalities transcend into magical portraits with her film camera.
A team in South Carolina gave out 100 disposable cameras to the homeless "to photograph their lives". This is said to be the third project of "Through Our Eyes" where they encourage photographers to be aware of homelessness in society.
For Argentinian lomographer @nachobucar, imperfection is what makes analogue photography beautiful. Through his stunning snapshots, he captures the poetry in everyday scenes around his picturesque hometown, Córdoba. Get to know our featured community newcomer in this brief interview.
LomoAmigo Sophia Ragomo experimented with SWMRS using the Diana F+, Lomo'Instant Wide, and LomoChrome Purple at their sold-out Philadelphia show with All Time Low. See a behind-the-scenes look at the tour all shot on film.
Most of us organize our photo albums according to events or places. Some prefer to classify their photographs according to film or technique, while others compile their best shots. Have a look at January's most noteworthy albums and learn how to tell your stories through visual organization.