Ok…So the key word in the title “The Olympics Site” is the word “Site”. It really isn’t much of anything now, although come summer 2012 presumably it will be bustling with energy and people from around the world. At the moment it is very still and slightly eerie. You can see the stadium in the distance but once you get within 20 meters of the site entrance security guards come out and tell you that there are no photographs allowed, staring at you menacingly until you leave. Incidentally I have very few pictures of it….I guess that I will have to survive with only a memory of a wet day and an angry security guard.
Lomography have teamed up with the Museum of London to offer you tickets to see the London Nights exhibition, a collection of over 200 works by 60 photographers that document London at night. You could also win some Simple Use Cameras and some groovy MOL merch too!
We asked Lomographers from across the world to show us their "Stop the World" moments and tell us the stories behind them in our collaborative competition with smash-hit broadway musical Come From Away. Here are the winners!
This month Lomography Soho are hosting an evening workshop at The Museum of London as part of their London Nights series. You'll also get the chance to discover the Queer History of Carnaby Street whilst learning all about the classic Diana F+ camera. Places are limited so book your spot today!
Inspired by the sweet square frames of the original medium format Diana camera, we’re bringing luscious lo-fi effects to square format instant photography. Don’t miss our 24-hour Kickstarter special deals — save a huge 35% now!
What can one do when creator's block hits the photographer? A fresh way of seeing the surroundings might just be the trick. Take a break from your usual analogue grind and experiment with some unique panoramic shots with the Spinner 360° to your heart's content.