London Institute of Photography (aka LIop) is dedicated to strengthen their local artistic community and promote better exploration of the craft. LIoP started branching out internationally by sharing videos of their talks online.
If you are in for some learning, buckle up and virtually attend a few talks by Sam Hiscox, Ian Howorth, and Eliška Kyselková through the videos of LIoP:
Covering Portraiture and Film Photography, Sam Hiscox is a London-based photographer whose work on film have been published on various zines. His portrayal of youth and wild energy is what makes his work distinct. He boasts a huge client base including Kanye West, Julian Casablancas and Fatboy Slim.
Ian Howorth works as a freelance cameraman and a photographer. However, he is currently very fond of using film for his personal projects. For his talk, he tackles the topic of Urban Isolation on Film.
Ian recounts his journey into film photography in this short statement: "My passion with photography began some years ago but I didn’t really pursue it avidly until about 3 years ago when a friend asked me to shoot an event for him. I realised when shooting digitally that all I was doing was trying to emulate film with the inevitable editing afterwards, so I decided to just try film instead. I’ve nothing against digital, it’s my bread and butter but there is something about film that I adore."
Eliška Kyselková talks about Fashion Photography in this video. Eliška's work is mostly commercial, fashion, and editorial photography and videography with her reach thanks to Vogue Italia, Pylot, Infringe, Pigeons&Peacocks.
Her ideal work, as described on her website, goes as: "Eliška mainly works with the theme of consumption, the ideals of beauty and human imperfections often connected with humour and irony."
To celebrate 25 years of no rules, happy accidents, and analogue love, we teamed up with creatives around the world to spread love through photography. A series of LomoWall exhibitions brought different countries, cultures, and people together into colorful and artistic displays of images. Meet our final 25 Years of Lomography Category Award winners!
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.
As part of the Stories on Film series, we talked to Marion Herbain who set up the First of the Roll (@f1rstoftheroll) Instagram account which now has over 45 thousand followers. We talked to her about this project and she selected her favourite photos submitted to the site.
Lomography have teamed up with the Museum of London to offer you tickets to see the London Nights exhibition, a collection of over 200 works by 60 photographers that document London at night. You could also win some Simple Use Cameras and some groovy MOL merch too!
Singaporean synth-pop quartet Disco Hue got their hands on the Lomo'Instant Automat, and stopped by to talk to us their amazing music. Take a look at their awesome photos — they've even put together a short video of their adventures on the road!
The famous photography project of Brandon Stanton has allowed photography to ascend into a reflection of a collective -- the people of New York. his video series gives a fuller scope of each walking, breathing, living story.
Hold up! The holidays aren't over yet. Christmas spirit continues to live on through winter, so expect late meet-ups with families and friends.. and your photographer peers. If you've already gone bankrupt during the rush, well, a little improvisation might help.
Lola Lafia, a high school senior and aspiring photographer, sits down with Lomography NYC community member Rainer Turim to talk about growing up with photography and how the world around her inspires her work.
Even today, the West is still hung up and mystified with Russia's Soviet past. The Eurasian country is also one of the most talked about in terms of international politics, and more often than not being misrepresented by Western media. This was Russian daily life.