The dashing colour that is red, like a fresh rose or blood out of flesh. Known to be romantic or sometimes violent, we have embraced this colour in our Lomographs through a stunning roll of redscale film!
It’s experimental and a must-try. It could be your favourite or even your love to hate. And in this unpredictable analogue world we live in, redscale films tend to fail but hey, still in a good way!
It’s a different shade of red - could be yellow, could be brown, could be green, could be blue or even purple. This week’s gallery post features 50 astonishing Lomographs shot using redscale film but uhm… not exactly red. Crazy beautiful!
LomoGuru of the Week: Cryboy In this international Lomography Community we live in, it is no surprise to find good friendship. But finding sweet love, well that sure is something else!
Newcomer of the Week: Mierzejewska She has a deep outlook in life and the elements that surround it. She is young and an avid fan of nature and the forms of art that make it. Sure is an interesting person to meet!
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Marta1901’s Portraits: Analogue Femininity Today we are honored to chat with marta1901 about her well-known feminine portraits. Read on to know what hides behind her shots and to get to know this amazing Lomographer a bit more.
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