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, designer and professional skateboarder Satoru Taguchi sends a message to analogue souls to connect with their humanity through his self-designed Simple Use Reloadable Film Camera Challenger Edition, preloaded with the surreal tones of the LomoChrome Purple film.
Through the lens of the camera, the world expands and more stories of humanity and experiences are immortalized in capsules of time. We turn to Lomographer and skater Zairre Wright to share his narrative on skater culture in this new interview series.
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.
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.
Color is a veteran Lomographer and a big fan of film and creative photography. Her works, like her life,are colorful, full of creativity, and full of fun. Recently, she created a set of works on the Forbidden City, inspired by the ten golden laws of Lomography. Let's take a look!