The Amazon TV series is high on using geometry and symmetry, a recurring visual style seen throughout the show "Patriot".
Created by Secret Life of Walter Mitty screenwriter Steven Conrad, the show is a quirky, weird, dark comedy showing off the glamorous grind of spy life that follows an intelligence officer named John Tavner. He must forgo safety nets and assume a non-official cover to prevent the country Iran from going nuclear. The show is not popular among the mainstream, its plot very specific and genre niche, however, it's a show that cinematic lovers would find pleasantries as it is filled with the ever-eye pleasing symmetry.
Through the oeuvres of Stanley Kubrick and Wes Anderson as well as George Miller's "Mad Max", we compare how they use symmetry and center framing for the stunning visual effect that continues to take a strong clutch on their audiences.
A honky-tonk was both a bar and a style of music that originally referred to bawdy variety shows of Old West. In this collection, we see people who got high with music and drunk with alcohol while dancing to the country music genre in the '70s.
What makes Game of Thrones one of the most popular shows (if not the most) to date is its beautiful writing. However, let's give credit to the aesthetics, too. The show's pretty consistent and thematic on showing the colors of "ice and fire", a subtle hint of its visual storytelling.
Luca Font is a visual artist with a strong recognizable style: it is impossible to forget his works once you see them. Let's have a look to his version of the La Sardina DIY and the shots he realized with it.
UK based photographer Andrea Zvadova took the Lomo'Instant Wide out to the streets of London and used it to take a series of gloriously sinister double exposures showing London as a futuristic landscape
Are you wondering what the best photograph on a specific day of 2016 was? Tune in on this special recap where we'll track the daily image that captured the community's attention last year. For March, various urban spaces and its ever-changing geometry was the preferred muse.
Seamus Travers is a photographer based Dublin who predominately shoots using film on his Leica m6 camera. We were struck by the raw power of his photography style and his ability to capture the culture of Ireland. He tested out the Russar+ lens and talked to us about his work.
Filmmaker Steven Soderbergh is known as a chameleon of color, known for using striking, strong color casts in which frames are saturated with one hue. In this video, Fandor Channel studies the palettes and the neighboring colors that make each scene "out of this world".
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 the portraiture style of Northampshire-based photographer Tyrone Williams.