The Changing of the Guards is a ceremony that takes place every other day in front of Buckingham Palace. The name describes it quite well – it is the new guard changing places with the old one. I recommend that if you intend to go see the Changing of the Guards, you (unlike me) should arrive quite early, otherwise it will be very difficult to see the actual ceremony and all you will see will be the crowds of tourists, but don’t worry if you don’t – you will probably be able to get a spot to see the new guard march down the Mall.
Vietnam was under the French Rule since the 19 century. By the early 20th century, prosperity of Western influences came to Vietnam. The photographs were taken by Charles Petrie! Who captured everyday life.
The name of Norwegian mathematician and physicist Carl Størmer would resonate more in the field of science than of art, but he did have the clever eye of a creative. At the age of 19, he's been spying around people on the streets with a hidden camera.
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!
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!