A photograph can be worth a thousand words. Through the Human Stories Awards, we got acquainted with different personalities. Baring their souls to the camera, they tell stories that go beyond expressive faces and subtle gestures.
Equipped with bags full of Lomography Film, five US-based photographers took off to explore the streets of Mexico City through their lenses. We're sharing their results, thoughts and impressions one by one. This week, please meet the talented Lauren Roche.
Equipped with bags full of Lomography Film, five US-based photographers took off to explore the streets of Mexico City through their lenses. We're sharing their results, thoughts and impressions one by one. Today, please meet NYC-based artist Cat Byrnes.
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There's a difference between being a photographer and an artist photographer. We talk to our artist-photographer friends Adèle Mathieu, Bárbara Bezina and Alfonso Aguilar about the matter through this editorial.
Zayira Ray is a New York City-based student of photography with a special love for out of the ordinary portraiture. Her photographs not only try to capture the beauty of a person but tell their story. In this article, Zayira takes our new Petzval 55 mm f/1.7 MKII through its paces.
When it comes to supporting the film community, Lanna is a true angel. She's running a photo collective, working on educational programs with Brooklyn Central and supporting Lomography in all our endeavors. Now it's time to pay tribute to her personal work with her first self-published zine "Weekends".
We gave one of the very first hand spooled rolls of LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400 to our LomoAmiga Elénore Wismes! Embark on a seashore adventure with her photos and read about the photographer's first impressions of our brand new color negative film.
Photographer Andrea Mejía, also known as Andchinaski, explores the wide tonal range and fine grains of our monochrome film B&W 100 35 mm Potsdam Kino in her new photo series "Where Dreams Meet with Nightmares".
Director, photographer, and filmmaker are a few different caps that Richie Duque wore over the past few years. With his cinematographic eye, we asked Richie to test the New Petzval 80.5 mm f/1.9 MKII Art Lens, our latest addition to our Art Lenses.
We gave Eleonora Sacco a Lomography camera before she left for a long journey on the Transiberian train from Moscow to Vladivostok. She has come back with lots of pictures, anecdotes and stories to tell.
Long overdue, we welcome one of the busiest men of the photography community on the Lomography Magazine: Dan Rubin. Check out what he has to say about his photos of Kristina Ross in NYC with the LomoChrome Metropolis.
Through their project "The Power of Faces," Daniel Farber Huang and Theresa Menders photographed refugees across the world to provide them with physical family photos they otherwise may not have. Check out our interview about their amazing project here.