Toyland is a show of toy camera photography showcasing the images of six artists featuring people as their subject matter.
Toyland showcases the photography of six artists working with simple whimsical toy cameras. The common bond of the artists in this show is the decision to work with cameras that are little more than toys. From these most modest of tools they have put forth a fascinating and varied collection of images.
Greta Gerwig's directoral debut in Lady Bird is something to not be missed. By showing us what how even the most confident of people can be torn down to their barest bones by coming to terms with the question "who am I?" A question asked by the story as well as the camera.
Text and images are combined in the experimental visuals of German mixed-medium artist Astrid Klein. A show in Hamburg displays a full retrospective of Klein and how she questioned objective photography.
Lomographer Martynas Katauskas, or more popular as @duffman in the community, impressive work centers mostly on people and their stories. Each of his portraits are not just a combination of good framing or lighting. It's the emotion he channels out of his subjects that truly make his work unforgettable.
Every photograph is a capsule of reality – or multiple realities, for that matter – freezing time and space in their constantly changing state. 'Multi-Verse', a series by photographer Amy Friend, explores the possibility of parallel universes.
The Diana F+ camera is known for many things, but it's most unique feature is its unpredictability. We have our Diana partners-in-crime Kosuke Mizuno (@akabee) and Asumi Mizuno (@orangebird) share their most surprising and unexpected image taken with the Diana F+ camera.
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!
This past year Lomography UK sent out some of our cameras and lenses to be tested out by our most prolific community members and instant photography fanatics. Here is a snapshot of what they experienced and a selection of their best images.
The Canadian photographer Robert Polidori is known for his large-scale urban, interior and landscape photographs, and is mostly known for the size of his images as his subjects often revolve around the architecture of prestigious museums.
Khalifa Al Obaidly is passionate about photography and started taking pictures already as a child, when his father gave him his first camera. He now works for Qatar Museums as Director of Artist in resident programs and is one of our newest additions to the judging panel for the TEN AND ONE AWARDS 2017. Get to know him through this short interview!
Frances Jakubek is the head of exhibitions at Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York City. She is the former associate director and associate curator of the Griffin Museum of Photography in Massachusetts and works independently with artists to edit and market their photography.
A long-time fan of plastic cameras, Argentinean writer and photographer Lorraine Healy is the author of “Tricks With A Plastic Wonder,” a manual for achieving better results with a Holga camera. In this article, Healy shares her images of the Seattle’s Women’s March of 2018 and her thoughts on what goes into photographing huge groups of people.
Adrian Piper is known as a mixed medium artist known for tackling socio-political issues regarding gender, race, class, and identity. This show at the Museum of Modern Art explores her retrospective on photo-collage and drawing.