Stop-Motion videos are awesome, but they are even more awesome when shot with an LC-A+ and a mix of different 35mm films!
One overcast Sunday last August, a group of 20 lomographers gathered single file in front of the store to be part of the our first ever Lomo caterpillar/matrix event! All were armed with LC-A+ cameras and a mélange of different film types – Lomography colour negative, Xpro slide and redscale – all shot in no particular order. The human caterpillar queue snaked down from the shop, through Carnaby Street and finished off at the Golden Square, Soho for some awesome jumps, yo-yoing and spinning matrix shots!
The result? A kick-ass stop-motion video made with nearly 2,000 separate images and 2 reels of 8mm B&W film rammed into a 2:54minute video. If this doesn’t inspire, we don’t know what will!
October workshops at The Lomography Gallery Store London!!! Autumn is well and truly here and that ushers in thoughts of fast speed film and “B” mode – not that any of that is bad! Come join us at Lomography Gallery Store London for our October Workshop Sessions and discover new cameras (or learn how to use the ones you already have). Remember low light doesn’t always mean blurry, underexposed shots... it means we get to experiment and push film to its limit with doubles, flashes and loooooooooooong exposures. Lets upstage summer with our dreamy red and orange autumny shots!
We are ONE! In our first year at the Lomography Gallery Store London we've had over 100 workshops, 10 bands, too many parties and over 50,000 visitors! So, we needed a party to celebrate the party we had in our first year!
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The Indisposable Concept Journey So Far Early this year, we came across the Indisposable Concept, an international photography project which asks participants to document a week of their daily memories with a disposable camera. The project has since grown in a year, with hundreds of participants, thousands of film snaps, and countless memories from analogue lovers across the globe. Find out more about the Indisposable Concept journey so far after the jump!
Lora Zombie's Colourful Dreams Lora Zombie is an artist who draws her unbelievable paintings in grunge-art style, takes part in a million projects at the same time, loves her alien pets, and successfully experiments with film. Her sense of color, outstanding view of the world, sometimes shocking images, bright personality, and stunning looks attract fans from different corners of the world. We asked her a few questions, and here are the answers we got.
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