Inspired by the man who made color photography into an art form, William Eggleston, we took to the streets with an LC-A+ in hand to try our luck at capturing provocative images on the fly.
The Lomography Gallery Store LA decided to combine our love of Street Photography with our love of the LC-A+ in a workshop that covered all the basis. Starting with the masters of the art form, Bresson, Kertesz, and we can’t forget Eggleston himself, inspiring us to capture our own masterpieces. There is no better camera set up to aid you in your hunt for the perfect candid shot then the LC-A+! With it’s built in light meter and easy to use focus settings, it is always ready to capture the shot. We let loose on the streets of Hollywood and told our own stories through pictures. Come see what we came up with…..
One of the photographers from the renowned team of Roy Stryker was once an assistant messenger before getting fully into photography. The 21-year-old John Vachon once visited Chicago, with a handful of observant, distant, yet quite humoristic street photography.
Martynas is one of the active community members of Lomography, who inspires people with his exceptional photography skills. He recently made a trip to India and the pictures he took along his way looked simply amazing, so we had to ask him to share his experience with us.
Last weekend the annual Holiday Hangout with Mark Oblow took place at Treehouse on Oahu, Hawaii. Mark and the Treehouse Crew are old friends of Lomography, so we made sure they are fully equipped to capture all their fun on analogue film.
Analogue film maker Julian Hand took a trip to New York last year to shoot a series of music videos of folk musician Emma Tricca. He armed himself with a Super 8 camera, LC-A+ and some LomoChrome Purple film and set out into the bright city lights.
The Spectacular Sprocket Rocket just got a teal and steel makeover. This panoramic prophet is back and better than ever before — stick around for your chance to win the dream machine! What are you waiting for — start chasing the horizon in sprocket dotted style.
A while back I had the unique chance to hang a little with Muhammad Yunus in Uganda. The professor from Bangladesh is no other than a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate for the implementation for micro credits and a shining icon of social business. Now he and his supporters are trying to make the world a better place, in real.