Tag: photographers

  • Hail Mary, Her Photographs are Full of Grace

    written by basterda on 2010-11-26
    Hail Mary, Her Photographs are Full of Grace

    She is young & talented and talented & young. Her photographs would undeniably justify these reversible descriptions. Seeing her stream of film photos entrances you into a dreamlike fantasy: inspiring, magical, vivid, and sometimes haunting in a lovely kind of way. And just like a wonderful dream, you'll want to go back to sleep again and again so you can dream more and, maybe, assimilate right into the beauty of her color negative stills itself. Mary Robinson, you make our eyes swoon.

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  • 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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  • Dennis Morris' Portraits of Reggae Rebels and Punk Rockers

    written by basterda on 2011-07-29
    Dennis Morris' Portraits of Reggae Rebels and Punk Rockers

    "From the first time I saw a photograph being developed and printed, I was hooked. I couldn't believe it. It was like magic." — Dennis Morris

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  • Best of the Best: Henri Cartier-Bresson

    written by basterda on 2011-03-15
    Best of the Best: Henri Cartier-Bresson

    "In photography, the smallest thing can be a great subject." – Henri Cartier-Bresson

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  • Best of the Best: Francesca Woodman

    written by basterda on 2011-12-02
    Best of the Best: Francesca Woodman

    "Things looked funny because my pictures depend on an emotional state... I know this is true and I thought about this for a long time. Somehow it made me feel very, very good." – Francesca Woodman

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  • Whilst We Wait, We Won't Wither

    written by basterda on 2010-09-07 #news
    Whilst We Wait, We Won't Wither

    Loosely based on Jeff Nachtigall's (dirklancer) The Art of Waiting project, WHILST WE WAIT is a Philippine-based photo-project whose goal is to visualize the future through a heterogeneous analogue-mixture of film photographs and handwritten letters with vivid virtues of anticipation, perspective and waiting. Would you wait with us, too?

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  • HolgaJen Is Our Homegirl

    written by basterda on 2010-08-31
    HolgaJen Is Our Homegirl

    "For me, photography is a way to express myself. When I photograph I feel a sense of release ~ it's almost like therapy. My goal is to use my imagination to create a new perspective of reality, something elusive and evocative," says Jennifer Henriksen. Now, let's take a slight heave of breath while we delve into her dreamy and lovely Holga-filled world.

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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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  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer #4: Francis Lee

    written by lawypop on 2010-07-21
    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer #4: Francis Lee

    We are happy to introduce you to our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series! Meet photographer #4 Mr. Francis Lee. Mr. Lee is a Photography Instructor based in Singapore, and has greatly inspired plenty of his students, including lawypop who conducted this interview!

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  • Interview With a Photographer Series

    written by kazarareta on 2010-05-07 #news
    Interview With a Photographer Series

    There are so many talented photographers out there it is hard to discover them all! Which is why we're asking you analogue photography lovers out there to share your journalistic talent in interviewing a favourite photographer!

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  • Best of the Best: Yoshiyuki Iwase

    written by basterda on 2011-03-17
    Best of the Best: Yoshiyuki Iwase

    "They carried the joys and sorrows of those living with the sea ... I immersed myself in their world." – Iwase Yoshiyuki

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  • Announcing the Authors Of The London City Guide

    written by littlemisslove on 2012-07-27 #news
    Announcing the Authors Of The London City Guide

    Thanks to the community members who helped create it, the Lomography City Guide London will have you navigating the capital like a local in no time. Find out if you're in there now!

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  • A Prologue to Ellen Rogers' Sepulchral Series

    written by basterda on 2011-04-26 #news
    A Prologue to Ellen Rogers' Sepulchral Series

    If you adored our recent feature interview with Ellen Rogers, you will definitely be enamored with her upcoming monthly contribution for the Lomographic community. Let us accompany her and delve into her coemeterium as she shares with us the inner pulchritude of her works.

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  • Mimicking the Masters: Ansel Adams

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-11-21 #gear #tutorials
    Mimicking the Masters: Ansel Adams

    Noted photographer Ansel Adams was best known for his black and white photos, mostly taken in Yosemite National Park. Here are some tips that you can use to achieve images similar to that of Ansel Adams'.

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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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  • Lessons from Photography Masters

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-10-05
    Lessons from Photography Masters

    Today is Teachers' Day, so it's time for us to remember the mentors that molded the photography world as we know it, and the lessons that have been shaping photographers' lives through the years.

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  • Best of the Best: Ilse Bing

    written by basterda on 2011-05-25
    Best of the Best: Ilse Bing

    "I didn’t choose photography; it chose me. I didn’t know it at the time. An artist doesn’t think first then do it, he is driven." – Ilse Bing

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  • Best of the Best: Julia Margaret Cameron

    written by basterda on 2011-03-22
    Best of the Best: Julia Margaret Cameron

    "I longed to arrest all beauty that came before me, and at length the longing has been satisfied." – Julia Margaret Cameron

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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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  • Jan Michellardi: Gloomy and All Sorts of Lovely

    written by basterda on 2010-09-01
    Jan Michellardi: Gloomy and All Sorts of Lovely

    "He was alone and young and willful and wildhearted," Jan Michellardi quotes. And maybe she is, too. She might be young but her photographs, on the other hand, tell another story beyond these mere adjectives. Meanwhile, let us join her Universe as she talks about how lonely things and empty spaces continually amuse her.

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  • These blind photographers are still taking photos -- How about you?

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-08-28 #videos
    These blind photographers are still taking photos -- How about you?

    We all have moments of being stuck in a rut, but once you learn about the struggles and triumphs of blind photographers -- yes, you're reading it right -- I bet you will find no excuse to keep taking pictures for as long as your eyes will let you. Read about the inspiring stories of Sonia Soberats, Gary Albertson, and Pete Eckert after the jump.

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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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  • Shelbie and Her Photographs Shine Like Diamonds

    written by basterda on 2011-04-11
    Shelbie and Her Photographs Shine Like Diamonds

    Shelbie integrates the flow of nature into her photographs - light and water alike. She documents fantasy and realism and her pictures portray emotional honesty - gemlike in every angle.

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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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  • 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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  • Photographers On Why They Shoot Film (Part I)

    written by Julien Matabuena on 2015-04-11 #people
    Photographers On Why They Shoot Film (Part I)

    On this day and age when many are incorporating digital gear into their workflows, whether fully or partly, there still are photographers who remain rooted to their analog roots and continue to shoot with film cameras. In commemoration of Film Photography Day happening tomorrow, we have scoured through our past interviews to highlight the reasons these photographers choose to still shoot film.

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  • On the Other Side I: Self-Portraits of Well-Known Photographers

    written by webo29 on 2012-01-23
    On the Other Side I: Self-Portraits of Well-Known Photographers

    Shooting oneself qualifies as suicide no? Well not when you use a camera. Here is a collection of photographer self-portraits to help us discover the man or woman behind the lens.

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  • Ashley Burress: Dreaming With Instant Films

    written by basterda on 2011-03-18
    Ashley Burress: Dreaming With Instant Films

    Ashley Burress likes interweaving dreams of macabre and nostalgia and she loves capturing them with dark, vivid, sepia-toned instant film. This is how she remembers.

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  • David Dell'oso: Digital is Dead

    written by basterda on 2011-03-11
    David Dell'oso: Digital is Dead

    From dusk 'til dawn, David Dell'oso is deliriously devoted to his camera. He shoots in squares and in sprockets; he captures life: moving, still, and even the in-betweens. Film is alive, nevertheless! And his holgarrific photographs will never be dead.

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