Austrian photographer Alfred Seiland has been traveling across the Mediterranean to capture sights that have aged and been forgotten.
With a large-format camera on-hand Seiland looks into Egypt, Greece, Libya, Israel, Italy, Spain and Turkey for some of the most inaccessible places, thus the long-term project "Imperium Romanum". The then-Holy Roman Empire inspires him to capture those memorials and cultural assets endangered by modern society.
With images incredibly colorful, he portrays the conflict between antiquity and modernity. Seiland was following the color photography tradition that bgan in America, emulating the style of Koel Meyerowitz, Stephen Shore, and William Eggleston. Earlier in his career, he also traveled from East Coast to West Coast of the United States to capture the dense landscapes, cityscapes andstreets.
UK-based Eleonora Furlan uses photography as a visual diary to capture specific moments in her life. We sent her an LC-A+ camera and some film, to see if she could capture a bit of her world in pure analogue.
London-based photographer, Laura Ward has been shooting with film for over 15 years. Her work focuses on the calm and tranquil moments in life that can be found hidden amongst the chaos of city life. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian, ICA & Tate Britain.
UK-based photographer Garry Jones loaded LC-A+ camera with some Berlin Kino B&W Film and took the opportunity to use it whenever he could. The results are a series of varied and candid photos capturing street and live music photography in various locations.
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.
NYC-based videographer P. Nick Curran traveled to Afghanistan with the group Ishkar to experience the beauty of a country almost exclusively seen through the lens of conflict. Shooting with our LC-A+ and CN 400 film, he captured everything from the people to the landscape. Check out his photos here.
Every fall, a very special event known as New York Comic Con takes place, where over 250,000 comic book and pop culture fans from all over the world gather. Lomography USA's very own Adam Hindi attended and documented the fun on a Lomo' Instant Square.
School supplies can be quite expensive, but not all of them have to be! Lomography loves both students and teachers, so we’re offering 35% off selected items! We want to support students and teachers, because we love life at university and we can’t wait to see the great creative outcome that will happen when students and teachers shoot with Lomography cameras! Please fill in the form and you will receive an email with your discount code.
Our friends at Brannigan and Follen Photo Haus have been working on the wonderful The Diana Project - a film photography program for kids. -year old Simi took the class and captured these beautiful black-and-white images, layering objects for a multiple exposure effect.
Last month, five photographers exhibited their photos from a collaborative project with Lomography about Mexico City entitled "Cuatro Dias." Photographs from the project were hung all over the walls, and a zine with everyone's photos was sold as well! Check out some photos from the event here.