How do you make your sunset photo stand out in the sea of... sunset photos? Shoot it in the most Lomographic style as possible — framed in vignettes and bursting in breathtaking colors.
Ciel Hernandez on 2018-05-17 #people
Abstraction in the streets is difficult, but what's sublime photography without the challenge? Barcelona is covered in black and white in this enigmatic series by Sergi García Gavaldà.
Meet up with fellow film photographers in Indonesia in this special LomoWalk organized by Creative5 Film Lab & Supplies, an independent film lab in BSD City, Indonesia.
Guess what's in stock just in time for summer? Lomography 120 film, baby! Get ready to snap your squares in the richest colors and smoothest grain from dusk 'til dawn.
cielsan on 2018-10-15 #news
After making friends in an eventful LomoWorkshop in Kifissia, Greece, Young Lomographers got to feature their first snaps taken with Lomography cameras in their very own exhibition. Check it out!
Art imitates life in Jim Heimann's new book, Dark City. The Real Angeles Noir. See what went on in the underbelly of LA in this compelling photo book.
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Submit your "Dance and Movement" themed images to be in with the chance of having your photos featured in at The Fi.ELD Festival: InnerEast in East London. You could also win an Actionsampler to get you moving!
sirio174 on 2018-08-28 #places
Porto Venere is one of the most beautiful sea towns in the North of Italy with an abundance in history and culture — and it is a perfect destination for a weekend in every season of the year.
cheeo on 2018-11-04 #news #people
Cinematic in approach and emotional in appeal, Marcel Imsand’s series The Brothers is nothing short of exceptional.
The rarely seen works of French intellectual and sociologist Pierre Bourdieu are in the form of photography. In this archive, he documents the socio-political aspects and daily lives of Algeria during his fieldwork as a photojournalist in 1958 and 1961.
cielsan on 2018-12-18 #people
Tatsuo Takei's been making waves as he shoots the longboarding tradition in the Golden State with photography and film. Following a routine of surfing and shooting in film, we get to know more about Tatsuo's life and work in this interview.
Get to know one of the New Objectivity movement's proponents, photographer Aenne Biermann in a retrospective display in Cologne.
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