Portrait photography is more than just capturing a pleasing image — it's all about telling a compelling story through body movements and facial expression. Whether it's staged or not, we just cannot get enough of these impassioned photographs. Take a look at the winning shots in our Emotions competition:
Lomographer Gérard Heinz, a.k.a. gheinz's latest album dares to push our conceptualization on analogue photography as his first shots of film rolls tell mysterious, incomplete, yet compelling stories we need to be curious of.
One of our Golden Rules in the Community tells us to bring our camera everywhere we go. Well, these two photographers took that rule to heart and brought their large format camera into an underground tunnel to take, develop, and print a photograph of colossal proportions.
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.
Based in DC, photographer Frank Thorp V covers Congress for NBC News. Utilizing analog photography methods and our Lomochrome Purple film, Frank's photos of political figures transform the people we see on the news everyday into beautiful and timeless photographs. Check out his work here.
Weddings are challenging and magical on their own, but try adding to it the difficult but rewarding task of shooting them on Instant Film. That's the objective Gaby Jeter set to herself, offering her clients instant portraits of one of the most important moments of their lives.
The photos we take aren't just fragments of the past, they can also be used to tell stories that we can always get back to. In this installment of In Depth, we take a look into the role of photography in writing a narrative with images.
We human beings are social by nature. With the pandemic, this aspect of our lives have been severely limited. Here, Lomographer Francesca Agostino, a.k.a. fragostille, helps us how we can turn to art and analogue photography to keep us busy.
Life is an endless well of inspiration. Knowing where to look and what to look for can open new doors to any creative. Take a hint from the photographs of creative partners Laura Perucci and Matteo with their colorful images captured on film.