Tag: interviews

  • Ellen Rogers: Instilled with Lustre and Wonder

    written by basterda on 2011-04-22
    Ellen Rogers: Instilled with Lustre and Wonder

    Ellen Rogers' timeless fashion photographs emanate alluring beauty and subtle seduction. They portray dream and grace and they transport you in another era of aura and solitude. She breathes and lives in her darkroom. She is an artist of analogue photography.

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  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #2: David Richardson

    written by pictures on 2010-07-26
    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #2: David Richardson

    Nowadays, it's very rare to encounter a professional photographer that shoots purely in analogue. David Richardson, photographer #2 in our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series, certainly serves as an inspiration to all of us! Read on for more of his thoughts.

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  • Twins' Lens Reflexes: The Pulleys' Photography

    written by basterda on 2011-05-04
    Twins' Lens Reflexes: The Pulleys' Photography

    Kate Pulley and Amanda Pulley are lovely twins, not just biologically, but also photographically. They are the best of friends and together, they create whimsical photographs of each other. Let us dissect their conjoined photographic memories as we get to know them individually. Kate, blow us away!

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  • Analog Nights

    written by basterda on 2011-04-06
    Analog Nights

    The night is young and they are armed with film ammunition of various kinds. They scavenge for nocturnal people who, in turn, ravage the night's flickering lights. They love experimenting with lofiness and their ultimate dream is for everyone to get infected with the analogue fever. Ludovic shares with us the story behind his project, Analog Nights!

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  • Happy Accidents by Bez Uma

    written by basterda on 2011-04-21
    Happy Accidents by Bez Uma

    To Bez Uma, analogue photography provides a sense of freedom. It makes one careful and the pictures are as tangible as reality. Unexpected outcomes are his favourite. They are like happy accidents waiting to be captured on film emulsions.

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  • Daylight, Portraits, and Gabby Cantero

    written by basterda on 2011-04-01
    Daylight, Portraits, and Gabby Cantero

    Gabby Cantero's work revolves around her affinity for photography and her friends. The mesmerizing portraits she takes are adorned with the sun's lovely streaks and are enamored with moments which are worthy of waiting for.

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  • Lomography Italian Style: Superlighter

    written by loveforbreakfast on 2011-06-17
    Lomography Italian Style: Superlighter

    Lomography Italia hasn't been around for too long, but passionate Italian Lomographers have been around a while and they're awesome. We take off with a date with Superlighter. He'll amaze you!

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  • The Photographic Caricature of Carlos Sol Silva

    written by basterda on 2011-05-06
    The Photographic Caricature of Carlos Sol Silva

    "Besides the warm tones, high dynamic range, being able to do large prints with medium and big format and all that scientific rabble, my favorite part is how unpredictable it is," Carlos Sol Silva says and we, as analogue enthusiasts, agree to this, wholeheartedly.

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  • Taylor Scott's Super Film Photographs

    written by basterda on 2011-04-22
    Taylor Scott's Super Film Photographs

    If Taylor Scott's photographs had lungs, they'd be super: super vivid, super saturated, super dreamy -- just incredibly super!

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  • 36 Frames Later: Connecting the World through a Roll of Film

    written by Eunice Abique on 2016-04-24
    36 Frames Later: Connecting the World through a Roll of Film

    Lomographer Meita talked to Lomography about 36 Frames Later, a worldwide photography project, and how it evolved into a storytelling platform for fellow film photographers.

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  • 5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Frank Machalowski

    written by anna_lomofun on 2012-11-03
    5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Frank Machalowski

    In our ongoing interview series "5 questions on analogue photography with..." we send the same sets of questions to different photographers. This time we talked to Frank Machalowski. Our photographer hails from Berlin, so main subjects are set in an urban area and he knows how to fascinate with different techniques and methods of analogue photography. Take a look at his stunning gallery, he prepared for us.

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  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #1: Matthew Sherwood

    written by matthew_sherwood on 2010-07-28
    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #1: Matthew Sherwood

    For the last installment of our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series, we bantered with Matthew Sherwood, a photojournalist based in Canada. He shared with us stories of shooting as a news stringer and photography in general.

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  • Leo Tage-Hansen's Photographs Plead: Prithee, My Dear

    written by basterda on 2011-04-15
    Leo Tage-Hansen's Photographs Plead: Prithee, My Dear

    Leo Tage-Hansen and his girlfriend have an emotional inclination to film photography. Together, they take calm and timely photographs which they usually take in desolate places where only they can immortalize feelings and scenes into film.

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  • Oliver Morris Goes Analogue All the Way!

    written by basterda on 2011-04-08
    Oliver Morris Goes Analogue All the Way!

    Marvelous multiple exposures and haunting silhouettes, these describe Oliver Morris' figments of film. He is thinking with each frame and is going analogue all the way.

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  • The Curious Case of Emma's Dreamy Photography

    written by basterda on 2012-04-04 #people
    The Curious Case of Emma's Dreamy Photography

    Emma Case is a pro-photographer, who makes her living capturing the most important photos in people's lives - their wedding day. She uses the Diana F+ in her work, and this makes her stand out from other photographers. Click through for a swoonsome gallery of Diana shots!

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  • Rachel Rebibo Still Shoots Film

    written by basterda on 2011-04-27
    Rachel Rebibo Still Shoots Film

    Rachel Rebibo, more popularly known as, I Still Shoot Film, shares with us how she started with film photography, what her favourite subjects and themes are, and why she prefers analogue over digital.

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  • Manila Camera Style

    written by basterda on 2011-04-04
    Manila Camera Style

    Roman Pido and Johann Espiritu of Manila Camera Style share the story behind their humble photography project, which features conversations about film and film cameras among analogue photography enthusiasts in the Philippines.

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  • Honestly, Dimitri Karakostas Is Expecting More

    written by basterda on 2012-01-28
    Honestly, Dimitri Karakostas Is Expecting More

    The young-blooded analogue photographer, Dimitri Karakostas, has been taking photographs of the skateboarding subculture since he was a teen. In this interview with him, you'll find out who he dreams of taking a portrait of, why he prefers analogue over digital, and many more...

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  • 5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Tina Sosna

    written by anna_lomofun on 2012-11-10
    5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Tina Sosna

    In our ongoing interview series "5 questions on analogue photography with..." we send the same sets of questions to different photographers. This time Tina Sosna gave us an insight in her world. Her works reflect feelings and passion – two things inevitably connected with photography. Take a look at the magical gallery, she put together.

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  • Laura Lynn Petrick's Ultra Cool Film Photography

    written by basterda on 2012-03-20
    Laura Lynn Petrick's Ultra Cool Film Photography

    Our featured film photographer, Laura Lynn Petrick, from Ontario began taking photographs when she was 16. Her photography explores 'societal themes such as contemporary countercultures, consumerism, the sublime, and notions of identity.' Let us go through her amazing gallery right after the stop.

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  • SPOTTED: Kristen Bell Sporting the Diana Mini on Late Night Television

    written by mmoya on 2011-08-09
    SPOTTED: Kristen Bell Sporting the Diana Mini on Late Night Television

    Look who made a special appearance on late night TV! Our very own beauty, the Diana Mini!

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  • Looking for Hidden LomoScientists

    written by mochilis on 2013-05-28
    Looking for Hidden LomoScientists

    For this new series, I'm looking for scientist lomographers in the community. I'll try to let you get to know them better through a series of interviews and their favorite photos.

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  • The Verisimilitude of Violet Forest's Film Photography

    written by basterda on 2012-03-22
    The Verisimilitude of Violet Forest's Film Photography

    Violet Forest is not just 'another film photographer.' To her, film photography exudes a sense of purity and truth. She prefers to captivate natural phenomenons instead of staging photographs. Read more about her analogue endeavors and take a look at her masterful series, right after the break.

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  • 5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Marianne Williams

    written by alexandrak on 2011-08-31
    5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Marianne Williams

    In this new ongoing series "5 Questions on Analogue Photography with…" we send out the same set of questions to photographers. This time Marianne Williams answered these questions and prepared a gallery of her photos.

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  • Katrina Tan's Gratifying Film Pictures

    written by basterda on 2011-04-25
    Katrina Tan's Gratifying Film Pictures

    Katrina Tan likes taking film pictures of the city she lives in, flowers of wonderful colours, and her most beloved pups. To her, film photography is an exciting and a mysterious form of gratification. She is also looking forward to owning her very first SLR camera.

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  • Rich Burroughs Can Never Have Too Much Film

    written by basterda on 2011-04-21
    Rich Burroughs Can Never Have Too Much Film

    The unpredictable magic of film photography renders Rich Burroughs' photographs with natural beauty and strong passion. Every moment when he sees the negatives he shot is like Christmastime to him: wonderful in every way.

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  • Our Newcomers Speak About Their Analogue Adventure

    written by Lomography on 2014-03-26 #news #people
    Our Newcomers Speak About Their Analogue Adventure

    In this age where almost everything is made easy by technology, it's refreshing to see new breed of photographers still choosing the analogue way.

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  • Hidden LomoScientist for June: vgzalez

    written by mochilis on 2013-06-11
    Hidden LomoScientist for June: vgzalez

    For this new series, I'm looking for scientist lomographers in the community. I'll try to let you get to know them better through a series of interviews and their favorite photos.

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  • Sean Lotman: A Weaver of Photographs and Words

    written by basterda on 2011-12-13
    Sean Lotman: A Weaver of Photographs and Words

    Sean Lotman, the brainchild of the ongoing Analogue Lifestyle series "I Do Haiku You," mesmerizes us with his beautifully composed haikus which accompany each of his daze-dreamy Diana F+ photographs. Today, let us delve into his analogue world as he elaborately and eloquently talks about his preferences in film photography.

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  • Liad Cohen Shooting with the Lomo LC-A+

    written by fookshit on 2009-08-10 #people
    Liad Cohen Shooting with the Lomo LC-A+

    Learn more about Liad and his analogue philosophies upon reading this interview!

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