Aside from the beautiful photographs, what makes the Lomography Community great is the eagerness of Lomographers to share the analogue love with kindred souls.
Even a simple gesture, such as clicking the like button, can go a long way in letting your favorite photographers know how much you appreciate their work. Now, it's our turn to show our gratitude to these community members who graciously showered all our photographs with love all year round. Cheers to the top photo likers of 2017!
Alice is a Korean photographer who is mainly active on social media. She captured dreamy Lomo'Instant Automat photos in her signature fairytale-like style. Get to know more about Alice and see her instant snaps in this interview!
In this series of articles, we aim to shed light on photographers of color who have been photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. For New York-based photographer Cesarin Mateo, it was important to go beyond what the mainstream media showed, and photograph the Black Lives Matter protests in all their shapes and forms.
The clutter of digital photographs taken this year alone makes us question the real, personal value of the images we take. How can we truly treasure and eternalize the photographs that matter? Allow us to pick your brain in this thought piece.
Her first double exposure was a mistake, but for Palestinian photographer Dina Salem, it enabled her to enter a world of multiple exposures and infinite compositions. Currently based out of Abu Dhabi, she considers herself to be rooted everywhere and anywhere in the world, finding inspiration in her everyday surroundings. With some Lomography CN 100, she achieved some beautiful multiple exposures, straight out of another dimension.
In this series of articles, we aim to shed light on photographers of color who have been photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. From early morning to late into the night, Jeffrey Carlos Nunes shot protesters of the Black Lives matter movement all across Manhattan.
Do you find creativity to be an even more hard nut to crack in times of isolation? Whether you like to fly solo and explore the surroundings with your camera, or you enjoy working in the company of your other pals – we understand, 2020 was not easy. But we can always fight back, can’t we?
It's always beautiful to learn how things transpire in the lives of the artists we feature here on the Magazine. Gather round. For this time, we're hearing the story of photographer and cinematographer, Albin Sjödin.
In this series of articles, we aim to shed light on photographers of color who have been photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. Chris Cook has shot historical scenes, as well as more intimate stolen moments, with some Berlin Kino, in an effort to document what an upheaval in America's history.
In this series of articles, we aim to shed light on photographers of color who have been photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. Henry Keith III did not think twice before photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. It was a reflex, a duty, and a responsibility for him to record History in the making.