Lomography and Holgagraphy are both terms taken from types of cameras from the 1980's: The Holga cameras and the Lomo cameras. These were cheap cameras, ideal for "snapshots".
Often referred to as "Toy Camera Photography", Lomography and Holgagraphy photographs offer unique and distinct results. Often containing distortions, light leaks and vignetting, shooting directly into the sunset was always a popular scene of choice to photograph.
This showcase contains 15 interesting and unique Lomography and Holgagraphy photographs sunset photographs shot with a "toy cameras".
If you thought photo manipulation couldn't get any weirder, you were wrong! With the powers of Photoshop and other photo-editing applications, it is possible to merge two things together. Two things that are often put together are various species of animals, a dog and an eagle, for example. Weird, eh?
Part two of this post showcases a bunch of excellent animal photo-manipulations - get ready to experience tears of laughter, some of these are funny!
Eyes are possibly one of the most beautiful things you can photograph, especially for make-up photography. The colours and patterns that form in the iris are incredible and are often overlooked with the human eye.
This showcase of eye make-up macro photography features a selection of superb shots, all of which use make-up to bring out the best of the photos, making them more unique and visually appealing, serving as a great source of inspiration.