LomoChrome Purple 400 is Lomography's answer to the legendary color infrared films Kodak Aerochrome and EIR. Much like its predecessors, it's technically demanding and full of surprises. Here's a rough guide to get that purple color you've always wanted.
Since I checked the results of my first developed roll from my Lubitel 166B, I've been wanting to share with others my experience. Let me take this opportunity to tell you of my favorite location to take photographs and my first time shooting there with the Lubitel 166B.
Con il mio primo rullino di Lomochrome Purple mi sono chiesta che tipo di colori avrei potuto ottenere con questa nuova pellicola. Sarebbe stata paragonabile a qualcosa che avessi mai usato?
With my first roll of Lomochrome Purple, I wondered what kind of colors I could get out of this new film. Would it be like anything I've ever used before?
Outside of the major cities and driving through Maryland in the summertime you can see farmlands and cornfields everywhere! But in the fall, after corn season is over, the landscape begins to change and in one particular area, you’ll come across beautiful fields of sunflowers blooming in the autumn sun.
Why go mini when you can go wide? With Fuji's easy-to load cartridge system, get postcard size instant photos using Instax Wide film. It delivers sharp, clear reproduction, vivid color and natural skin tones with bright colors and a glossy finish. Open wide!
Some time ago, I discovered how much fun it can be to use clouds in your photos to add that little extra. After shooting several rolls with stuff floating on clouds I felt the need to try something different. What if you could have clouds all around your subject? Read on to find out how simple the circular cloud experiment really is!
In honor of the 4th of July, this week’s instalment of Lomography Day Trips centers on the capital city of the good ol’ US of A: none other than, Washington D.C.
Do you wanna use all the millimeters of space on your photo? Do you dream of getting interesting Fisheye images with a beautiful frame instead of a black space around the edges? Then this short tip is for you.
Henryton State Hospital, known as Henryton Tuberculosis Sanitarium, is a now abandoned hospital complex located in Marriottsville, Maryland built in 1922.