The long drive home to Christmas dinner is always a time for reflection and introspection. The last time you drove home, what was it like? Show us in a LomoWall!
Chris Rea’s enchanting rendition of Driving Home For Christmas evokes a lot of emotion. There’s just so much anticipation involved in driving home and seeing your family’s faces all lit up the minute you step inside the house. Have you ever driven home during Christmas yourself? Interpret the holiday song the best you can, create a LomoWall out of it and post the link to the Wall here in the comments. The one we like most will be given 15 Piggies!
For a long time, the Silk Road was the channel which connected Europe, Asia, and Africa during the ancient times. Now, photographer Stefano Majno shows us what the Silk Road looks like now – in the 21st century.
We have been obsessed with Conner Youngblood’s album Cheyenne. So when he told us he was planning to shoot the entire music video for the single 12 lbs with the LomoKino, it was like a little Lomo-Christmas. And today, he allows us to be the first to premiere the full video. Check it out!
Have you ever imagined what it feels like to shoot with a 100-year-old camera? In the past four months, I have been shooting hundreds of photos with a Contessa Nettel Tessco. I don't know when was the last time its previous owner shot pictures with it. Perhaps 20 to 30 years ago?
For the fifth time Marfa Myths is celebrating music, visual arts and film in Marfa, Texas. The Festival runs from April 12-15 and we have some exclusive Guest List spots for Saturday's show to give to a lucky winner.
LomoAmigo Sophia Ragomo went behind-the-scenes with Nashville-based alternative rock band Halfnoise in New York City to show what a day in the life of the band is really like. From soundcheck to pre-show to performance, Sophia was there to capture all the action. Check out her photos here.
Aurélien Valette has been at the head of communication and events production for the French photography festival Les Rencontres d'Arles for 12 years now. He honored us by accepting to be one of the judges of our TEN AND ONE AWARDS. Today, he tells us about what he likes about photography and tells us a bit more about what inspires him.
A slight contrast to what is usually on display in The Rubin Museum of Art in Chelsea, Henri Cartier-Bresson's work has taken place for some time in the scared home of many ancient Himalayan artworks and pieces of the surrounding areas, including India.
Loretta Ramos is a TV show producer, recently known for Hannibal, American Gods, and Mockingbird Lane. Not quite as dark are her personal photographs, she likes to take with the Diana F+. We couldn't wait to see what she thinks of our brand new Diana Instant Square and sent her a prototype to test.
In this second installment of our special two-part feature on cinematic photographers, we take a look back to more photographers who have mastered the dreamy, often surreal aesthetic of cinematic photography.