There[s just something about the human body that artists of all styles and practices find beauty on the nude body. How it curves and forms into different shapes allows us to discover more of its mysteries. Artistic nudes have been with us since the dawn of art history, so it is not surprising that since the invention of the camera, there came more opportunities to learn about the body.
We bring you this tiny gallery of vintage nude photographs from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The arts have always been a way for Laetitia Mangala Instant to express herself but with the Lomo' Instant Wide, she took her work a notch further by focusing on women and their inner self. With the help of multiple exposures, the splitzer and the remote control, Laetitia opened a world of creation, exploring the female body in all its splendor.
Film photography has always been as much about the subject as it is about the medium for Beirut based photographer Mahmoud Baayoun. His series "Juvenile," shot on Lomogaphy 800 takes a closer look at a prison in Lebanon, to try and bring to life the harsh reality of life in prison.
For German documentary filmmaker Florian Schmitt, coming to New York in the eve of a lockdown became a photography project in itself. Using the medium as a part of the concept, Florian's double exposures overlay the typical behavior of Americans with a looming lockdown approaching.
There's no rational explanation as to why any photographer has a favorite camera sometimes, especially when this camera is heavy and not the most practical for street photography. But for large format photographer Justin Borucki, his love for tintypes will make him forget all about the weight and size of the camera, tripod, and portable darkroom he carries all around!
Video producer and director of photography Adam Plowden has been documenting the recent lockdown with the Lomogon Art Lens. He talks to us about the importance of staying creative and active during these testing times.
LomoWomen is a series of articles in celebration of Women’s History Month and to shine a spotlight on our female artists. We caught up with photographer and videographer Martina Hache. In this installment, she shares with us her work and experiences as a woman in photography and art.
Chasing the perfect wave, Alexandra Bennet has been surfing in the most beautiful oceans across the globe. With the Simple Use Reloadable Camera and its Underwater Case, she captured some of the breathtaking sights she witnesses underwater to share them with the rest of the analog community.
Art has always been a part of New York City-based photographer Lauren Lepore's life. Mixing collage and photography, she just created her second zine 'Intimately Disposable'. You can also get a chance to win Lauren's zine by joining the giveaway!
In this series of articles, we aim to shed light on photographers of color who have been photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. Chris Cook has shot historical scenes, as well as more intimate stolen moments, with some Berlin Kino, in an effort to document what an upheaval in America's history.
Large format photography and skateboarding aren't your typical creative combination, but for Jenny Sampson, they are meant to go hand in hand. The slow and meticulous process of wet plates perfectly fits her portraits of female skateboarders for her book "Skater Girls", a sequel to her first book.
Community member and avid camera collector Alla Dolgova (@dlgv) reviews the Lomo'Instant Wide and details her experience while capturing moments of her life. Known for their passion for experimentation and crazy cameras, the Lomographic community continues to bring film photography back to life. Lomo'Instant Wide has the creative possibilities of all Lomo cameras, but at the same time it is an instant – the finished picture appears in a few minutes.