One guy liked something, and then he wants to share it with his friends. The thing, apparently, makes him so happy and he wants to share the happiness.
Aforementioned are two scenarios that are quite typical. In between people, sharing is common. And happiness is meant to be shared. Photos are happy little containers of happiness, and this wide web-connected world means a lot of sharing is possible.
Come up with a great photo, get it online, and get more friends.
Mark Havriliak's portraits achieved a level of intimacy that make it seem effortless. With him using the Petzval Art Lens, we get an inside look of what its like to create a photograph unique to an individual. Learn more about his special technique that enables him to make one of a kind photographs.
Vicuna is one of my best friends and wherever the wind takes him I will catch a paraglide to meet him. I did so, when he chased turtles in Polynesia and now, when he is digesting cheese in Switzerland. My prerogative was to hit a mountain on my birthday and so we did.
UK-based photographer Simeon Smith is a true analogue apostle, sampling camera sounds to make interesting rhythms, then shooting film to make his music videos. He is also a huge Leica fan so we decided to lend him the new Jupiter 3+ Art Lens to test out.
Photographer Matthew Wilkinson was lucky enough to be one of the first people to test out the new Lomo'instant Automat. He took this with him on his summer holiday's and we asked him about his experiences shooting with this instant camera.
Artist, skateboarder, and photographer Mark Oblow recently joined our lineup of LomoAmigos. Here, he shares his shots with the Minitar-1 Art lens, which he told us didn't leave his camera for many days while he was testing it, as he loved it so much! Read more about the shots here.
Photographer Bryan Chavez reached out for an opportunity to test the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens and we were happy to oblige him. Check out his soft, dreamy views of Iceland, which he astutely describes as "a photographer's paradise."
To be able to freeze a moment within a perfect frame is the greatest gift photography has given mankind. Like most people, Michal Novota (@novotao), takes photographs for posterity and his charming LomoHome serves as an ode to the memories he shared with loved ones.
Lennart Normann's first encounter with Lomography happened during a curiosity-fueled trip to a local gallery store. This quick visit introduced him to a creative, colorful, and crazy analogue movement he never knew existed. Five years since, he's now ready to share his dreamy and minimalist photographs to the rest of the community.
Between commercial work, shooting weddings, and hitting the waves, Honolulu-based photographer Wes Hodge works on his #instax366project, creating and sharing one (and only one) instant photo per day. We had the chance to chat with him about the trials of perfectionism and his first impression of the Lomo'Instant Wide!
When Polish photographer Lukasz Wierzbowksi starts shooting, it's a journey for both him and his models. He plays with the environment, getting his subjects to interact with their surroundings. He usually shoots 35mm film but swapped his usual gear for some fun with the Lomo'Instant Wide.
Losing his first LC-A+ camera during a life-changing trip left a deep impression on Svatopluk and opened his eyes to the enduring quality of film photographs. In this interview, he lays down the advantage of shooting with the LC-A and how it helped him appreciate the beauty of the day-to-day grind.
This young artist has drawn our attention with breathtaking photographs which give colour to the life around us. He has managed to show a perfect blend of nature and its harmony with people. His portraits tell stories of young people around him and different places he visited.