We've been so thrilled and curious to look at what our fellow community members have taken with the Lomochrome Purple XR 100 - 400, so we looked around and found some very beautiful photographs. If you're itching to take a look at some of them too, go ahead and read on!
People are often surprised that I develop and even cross process my own negatives in the comfort of my own home, especially after they've seen my photos. And I am often surprised that they’re surprised, considering how easy it is to do.
The various sounds made by our film cameras are certainly music to our ears, and it's good to know that we're not the only ones that still find them fascinating. Listen to a podcast by npr where they share some insights from their listeners recalling some of their favorite vintage sounds made by cameras and other nostalgic equipment.
There's an analogue voyeur inside all of us and we just know you guys love to see camera porn. The Lomography Magazine's new "Show Your Stash" series features the essential gear and gizmos film photographers carry in their bag. Up first is Paris-based Community member, @mikahsupageek!
The love month has passed and hearts are still fluttering everywhere! Why? Because of this LomoKino rumble!
Remember the Win Your Dream Space competition from a few months ago? The one where you can make a Lomography Gallery Store the home of your dream project for a whole month? We're excited to tell you that we're re-opening the contest.
Alison Scarpulla is a 22-year-old, analog photographer. To give her images a mysterious look, she edits the negatives using acid and wine.
Barcelona photographer PoL Úbeda Hervàs published an album named "I'm Not There" consisting of a series of portraits. Interestingly, the object of the portraits are merely a shadow with a pair of shoes.
Nothing beats watching a memory of your loved one in motion. Some do it in digital format, while us, of course, do it the analogue way!
Imagine: You and your favorite analogue camera on a real movie set. Sounds like something you want to do? Then take your camera and start shooting: this competition is your chance to shine with the stars!
Ever wanted to work with the likes of Halle Berry, Adrien Brody, Jason Statham or Sam Riley? This is a competition that gives you the chance to be part of a film set in London!
While most of us get terrified with the sight of fire, firefighters come into action and rescue many lives.
The possibilities of experimenting with analogue photography are truly endless. The good people at flitetest.com have taken Lomography to new heights. Quite literally. They recently mounted a Diana F+ on a remote controlled helicopter and took some awesome instant photographs with the Instant Back. Read how they did it and watch their great video on the project right here!
Do you want to know a secret? Let me just show you, because you won't believe it otherwise...
Ready for the latest Lomographic Film sensation? We have some fantastic news for you! We're excited to introduce you to our latest emulsion - LomoChrome Purple. It's an awesome color negative film which gives naturally infrared results! Limited stock is available for pre-order, in 35mm and 120 formats. Delivery is guaranteed in July 2013 for most countries.
A fun indoor project to keep your spirits up during the miserable winter weather.
German fashion and art photographer Juergen Teller, armed with his Contax G2 camera as always, shared six of his top photos with The Telegraph. From bathing in a geothermal lagoon with Björk to nerve-wracking moments with convict OJ Simpson, Teller tells us the interesting anecdotes behind each irregular image.
LomoAmigo Ryan Tatar, surfer and film photographer from California, is here to take us to the amazing paradise of Hawaii with his new project, Campfires and Ukuleles. See his utopian cross-processed shots and blissful instant photographs after the break.
LomoAmigo Ryan Tatar, surfer and film photographer from California, takes us to an analogue exploration of an offbeat surf culture in the outer sunset district of San Francisco. See his utopian cross-processed shots after the break.
Ryan Tatar is the Californian surfer/analogue photographer behind the fantastic blog, Shakas and Singlefins. We hooked him up with an LC-A and a Sprocket Rocket to capture the landscapes and surf culture in California. We also caught up with him and asked him about his approach to photography and what inspires him.
LomoAmigo Ryan Tatar is back and ready to help out newbies with the basics of shooting analogue. Having immersed himself in surfing and film photography for years, he shares what he's learned and how he leverages that knowledge to produce good work in and out of the water.
This is the Lomography Questionnaire. Compare, contrast, draw inspiration from, and even shake your head in disagreement at the answers of our special guest contributors. Today we have LomoAmigo Ryan Tatar who shares why sun-drenched California is his photogenic paradise.
Learn how to make a round Spinner in 6 simple steps with this tutorial!
Don’t worry, he’s not naked.
This month, the National Geographic Society celebrates its 125th anniversary, and as a lookback, the organization has compiled a gallery of some its most memorable photos over the years.
Rare and unpublished colour transparencies of the Fab Four are up for auction this coming March.
Signalling the end of an era, freelance photographer Steve McCurry takes out the last roll ever of Kodachrome to document his trip to India. Find out more about the last 36 shots of this incredible emulsion here.
Lamenting the loss of another great film, Kodak's iconic and legendary Kodachrome film.
In 2010, National Geographic covered legendary photographer Steve McCurry as he shot the final roll of Kodachrome film ever produced. You can watch fascinating video after the cut.
It's not St. Valentine's Day yet, but any time is a good time to cherish those close to you and show the world how special your loved ones are! Submit your Lomographs to this Rumble and get ready to win!
We sent the Lomokino over to the guys in Watergun, a creative studio that specializes in audiovisual media. Do you wanna know what they thought about having this analogue beauty in their hands?
Tired of the typical photobooth setup where you just stand and pose in front of a backdrop? Then you’ll love this idea put together by Kansas-based photographer John Deprisco!
Let’s start from the basics. Why is medium format so attractive? There are many reasons, but with the Lubitel 166+ it DOES make sense to use the 120 film, in order to gain so much more quality, because of the wider area of film in which the image is impressed.
2012 has been yet another great year for the analogue community, and we'd like to share what we've been up to for the entire year! See where the LomoStaff around the world have been up to for 2012! Happy holidays!
The results are in! We were all in a pleasant daze, dreaming in the setting sunlight, during Autumn. Now that we're in Winter, we're hardly hibernating but reinvigorated from all the pleasures, such as ripe fruit and good company in the nice weather, from previous months. Our winners announcement, therefore, comes at the perfect time! There's nothing better than to reflect on recent memories while anticipating the ones we'll make on our soon to arrive holidays!
Aaaaand we know that this is the winners announcement you have all been waiting for! Why? Because five Lomography premium cameras are at stake, that's why!
Legendary musician Ravi Shankar passed away the day before yesterday. His music and mark on the music world however is transcendental and lives on. In the words of George Harrison, Shankar's close friend, "all things must pass". That being said, life and music definitely flows on within you and without you. So let's pay tribute to this inspirational musician.