Lomography x Nixon: Analog Russia

A chilling surf trip to the country's northeast coast, captured in film by surfers and photographers alike

In the northeast corner of Russia lies the Kamchatka Peninsula. As beautiful as it is barren, the remote and harsh landscape is sparsely populated and surely an acquired taste for the small but steady number of adventure-seekers that visit year-round. The summers are cool and the winters see raging storms batter the volcanic coast (29 of the 160 are active) where snow is often accompanied …

Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner

Capitalizing on digital technology to preserve and share film negatives

Lomography always does a fantastic job breathing life back into the ever fading art of film photography. With the convenience and quality of digital cameras, analog film continues its decline but Lomography pushes hard to keep it alive by creating unique products to draw people back to the roots of photography. Their latest invention, the Smartphone Film Scanner, promises to help engage a new generation …

Interview: Laura Austin

The curator discusses Everyone's a Photographer, a group show of Lomography images

by Vivianne Lapointe Photographer Laura Austin has many tricks up her sleeve. Based in San Clemente, California, she got her start as the online editor for Snowboarder Magazine, a gig that gave her the chance to travel and refine her craft in some of the most beautiful mountains in the world. As the winner of Lomography‘s “Win Your Dream Space” competition, Austin has been invited …