The Lomography Annual Photography Awards: the TEN AND ONE are judged by a carefully-selected panel of artists, industry experts, and long-time Lomographers. Get to know the members of our jury.

This year’s jury members

  • Amorill

    Amorill (白薇) is a multi-awarded photographer from Beijing. She’s the founder of Film Renaissance Office, manager of popular Weibo account Japanese Albums, and a co-photographer for Huawei, Alibaba, and JD. She won the Weibo Top Ten Photographic Influence Contribution Awards in 2018, the Photographers Influential Awards in 2019, and the Weibo Most Influential Organization Awards in 2020.

  • Analog Football

    Analog Football is the first media dedicated to analog photography and football. Their aim is to change the way we look at football: more authentic, popular and artistic. In 2020, Analog Football launched Analog Sport, the first associative education project to learn about analog sport photography. For its first year, the organization is teaching six young people from 15 to 18 years old with theoretical classes and photo reportage workshops.

  • Andrei Klyshko

    Andrei Klyshko is a film photographer and film camera seller from Belarus. He started to shoot on film in 2012 with Smena 8M, a passion which has grown into something more over time. Now he works with a creative team of stylist, makeup artist, florist and other creatives to conceptualize a personal look for each model. His style involves using soft optics to create a watercolor-like effect on his images. Street photography is a joy to his soul in his free time. In 2020, his new analogue photography web store was opened.

  • Andrej Russkovkskij

    Andrej Russkovkskij is an Italian-born, Berlin-based, vet surgeon and published analogue photographer with a soft spot for portraiture and travel photography. He is currently working on a series, B L N K D Z #meettheberlinkids, aimed at showing the multitude of empowering faces that call Berlin home.

  • Benedetta Falugi

    Benedetta Falugi is an independent photographer based in Tuscany, Italy. She initially approached photography in a rather casual way, but once she realized this is a craft she’s passionate about, she continued to study photography through various workshops and as an autodidact. She started a personal project attempting to research ‘places of the heart and people living there’. Her film photographs have been published in several photographic magazines, books, and various personal and collective exhibitions, both in Italy and abroad.

  • Bjarke Ahlstrand

    A self-proclaimed “Managing Dictator”, Bjarke Ahlstrand’s multifaceted lifestyle makes him one of our current Renaissance Man of the Arts. His wide range of interests and ventures for business and his passions have made him establish One of Many. Part of his creative empire is One of Many Cameras, the auxiliary for his analogue and experimental routine located in the heart of Copenhagen.

  • Brett Allen Smith

    Brett Allen Smith is an independent filmmaker and Middle East journalist. He’s a winner of the Lomography Awards 2018 for the Cinematics category. Although his creative roots are in documentary and street photography, he also ventures into portraiture with an abstract twist as a means to explore the surrealness that pervades our modern world.

  • Carolina Bonnelly

    Carolina Bonnelly was born and raised in the Dominican Republic and now resides in Miami. She’s a filmmaker and true-blue Lomographer, earning her a badge for the Special Category: Movement of the Lomography Awards 2018. She focuses on photographing urban spaces and has an ongoing series of capturing images of airplanes artfully reflected on unexpected surfaces like puddles, mirrors, coffee cups, and more.

  • Chase Hart

    Los Angeles-based Chase Hart is a full time editorial and art photographer who goes by the moniker myfridayfilms. Aside from his striking and tasteful portraitures, he shows off his experimental side through double exposure images and film soup projects. He’s one of the 2018 Lomography Award winners of the Human Stories category.

  • Cheng Nan-Huang

    Cheng Nan-Huang is a freelance photographer based in Taiwan, a Leica Fotografie International photo awardee, and winner of the PX3 Gold Award in Portraiture/Personality. His cinematic work has also been featured in the Wonder Foto Day exhibition in Taiwan.

  • Corentin Schieb

    Corentin Schieb is a photographer and director based in France. What started as a way to keep memories, his passion for photography bloomed when he started studying the analogue medium. His photographs focus on his adventures, explorations, and long journeys on the road with friends. While he enjoys capturing scenes of life, he’s looking to portray the raw beauty of the youth and their ideas of freedom in contrast to the nostalgia of ephemeral moments and lost time.

  • Dimitri Beck

    Dimitri Beck is the director of photography of Polka, a French publication dedicated to photojournalism and contemporary photography. Polka is also a place in Paris with Polka Galerie for exhibitions and the new Polka Factory where you can find our cameras among books, fine art prints and more. Photo by Alizé Le Maoult.

  • Dupdupdee

    Dupdupdee is an amateur street photographer who loves to capture interesting people and the streets of Hong Kong. As a winner of the Adrenaline Junkies Award category of the Lomographer Awards 2019, he is an active Lomographer who likes to use his platform to share photos and exchange ideas with fellow film photographers.

  • Frank Thorp V

    Frank Thorp V is a producer and reporter for NBC News covering the US Senate, but he also has a deep passion for photography. Since 2018, he has been shooting on film while covering Congress, including using a large-format Speed Graphic camera while documenting the impeachment of President Donald Trump. He has been experimenting with different forms of analogue photography, trying to stretch the boundaries of how to visually cover Congress.

  • Gary Quickfall

    Gary Quickfall hails from the UK and enjoys skateboarding, drumming, and taking photographs. He bagged a spot in the Game Changers category of the Lomography Awards 2018, proving his talent for creating eye-catching multiple exposure images doused in vibrant colors.

  • Hannah Bailey

    Hannah Bailey is a passionate award-winning photographer, journalist and producer who has been immersed in the underground scene of action sports, adventure,and outdoors for over 11 years. Born in Edinburgh, Hannah’s work documenting the skateboarding scene worldwide has resulted in awards from the Women’s Sport Trust and Campaign Magazine and features in media such as i_D, Dazed, Asian Geographic, and Women’s Fitness. Her passion is to show the creative side of photography, shooting on film, and being fuelled by nature’s natural luminous light. She has been a proud Lomographer since 2010. Photo by Rupert Shanks.

  • Holger Nitschke

    Holger Nitschke has been taking digital photos since 2004. In 2019, he started shooting in analogue and learned how to develop his own films and print photographs. His main focus is portrait and fashion photography – preferably in black and white. Ever since he experimented with expired films, colored photos now found a place in his portfolio as well. He loves spontaneous and experimental photo shoots and can be described as absolutely obsessed with photography.

  • Jatuporn Pateepaparnee

    Jatuporn Pateepaparnee is a photographer, a video editor and a freelance graphic designer. He began his photography path in 2014 which has become more intense as the more he took photos, the more he is into his work.

  • Julia Beyer

    Julia Beyer is an instant/analog photographer from Germany. Fueled by her imagination gone wild, she creates dreamlike portraits and surreal atmospheres that are infused with an insatiable wanderlust and her love for indie music. Her work is featured in various international online and offline magazines, exhibitions and music releases. She is a member of the renowned 12:12 Project and Stefanie Schneider’s "Instant Dreams" online Gallery. Photo by Joep Gottemaker.

  • Kida Sepmongkollert

    Kida Sepmongkollerd graduated with a master’s degree in Telecommunications Management at the College of Innovation, Thammasat University. He is a specialist photographer and the first runner-up of Fan Pan Tae, a famous quiz show in Thailand, in the camera category. Aside from this, he is the Business Development Manager of the Big Camera Corporation Public Company Limited, a speaker for the Techno for Life show on FM 99MHz radio, and owner of the Facebook fan page and Youtube Channel, SnapTech Zone.

  • La Fille Renne

    La Fille Renne is a French and non-binary film photographer, osteologist, baby tattoo artist and teacher. She enjoys photographing people, intimacy, curiosities, travels, and cats. Along with Raphaëla Icguane, she is the co-founder Polysème Magazine, a printed magazine about feminism, film photography, and art. She also directed short films which focused on bodies and sexualities with Laure Giappiconi and Elisa Monteil.

  • L’oeil d’Eos

    After a long journey round the globe, Eloïse et Luc decided to create L’oeil d’Eos, a creative studio specialised in photo and video mainly focused in the travel field but also in lifestyle, fashion and sport. L’oeil d’Eos’ creations are the testimony of authentic stories with the aim of subliming the interaction between man and nature. In their images, light and poetry prevail in order to encourage the viewers to travel, to discover and to feel the raw subtlety of the world. Passionate about travels, wild areas and mysterious atmospheres, they are also the curators of EOS | Explore Observe Share on Instagram.

  • Marcus Russell Price

    Marcus Russell Price is an award-winning photographer, documentary filmmaker and visual artist. His work has been featured in numerous outlets, including Netflix, Comedy Central, Marie Claire, and New York Magazine. Price is perhaps best known as a trusted photographer of comedians like Hannibal Buress, Pete Davidson, and Aziz Ansari. He is an Executive Producer of Expecting Amy, a documentary series featuring Amy Schumer, just released on HBO Max. Marcus has recently dedicated his time as a frontline photographer for the Black Lives Matter movement.

  • Maria Kotylevskaja

    Maria Kotylevskaja works as photographer and content creator in Berlin. Since she depends on the speed and perfection of digital photography for her professional work, she enjoys using analogue cameras for freelance work and projects even more! Her focus is on the natural, which is why she mainly concentrates on portraits and nude photography.

  • Maxime Gobet

    Maxime Gobet opened L’imaginarium du photographe in August 2016 in Clermont-Ferrand, in the center of France. In his analogue photography shop, you can find photo gear including Lomography products. There’s also a lab and an exhibition room. With three other photographers, Maxime recently created Association Monstre in order to promote even more photography in his town.

  • Naomi Davison

    Naomi Davison is a UK-based photographer with a background in magazine journalism. Currently part of the team at Intrepid Camera Co., helping to grow the large-format photography community and make the medium more accessible. Her personal work ranges from minimal portraiture to documentary style scenes predominantly shot on medium format film. She recently collaborated with Lomography to test out the new LomoGraflok 4x5 Instant Back.

  • Nopawach Bom Gajajiva

    Photographer, conceptual artist, professional musician and founder of “The LightSaver” Nopawach Bom Gajajiva is an active artist based in Bangkok, Thailand. He uses both film and digital medium to capture his art. For many years, Bom has been consistently working with many photographic brands including Lomography.

  • Patrice Baunov

    As a self-styled “Visual Arthropologist”, Patrice Baunov works as a documentary storyteller who captures moments in an experimental approach through manual manipulation of the camera, film, developing process, etc. Through his work, he seeks to preserve and present his own perception of the world and to document life, culture, architecture, nature, and more.

  • Paul Hepper

    Paul Hepper is a photographer and videographer from Berlin. For him, the most important aspect of photography is for the images to convey moods. Paul also shares his knowledge on photography through his YouTube channel PaulsGym.

  • Ray Ong

    Ray Ong is a designer and photographer with a flair for cinematic instant image, which earned him a spot in the Now or Never category of the Lomography Awards. When shooting, he prefers capturing the quietness and atmosphere of moments and feels the most carefree when discovering new places with his camera.

  • Robert of London Camera Project

    The driving force behind the London Camera Project, London-born Robert is a self-taught photographer with a love for all formats who is just as at home shooting protests as he is shooting portraits. Apart from photography, he has been organising photo walks and other community-based meetups for a number of years. Robert has recently made a number of contributions to podcasts and YouTube live videos.

  • Sarah Blard

    Independent photographer, Sarah Blard has been passionate about analogue photography for many years. With her camera, she catches the fine line between the real world and the imaginary, somewhere between the visible and the invisible. Sarah’s photos have been published online and in printed magazines. She has been exhibited in France and Spain, too.

  • Shintaro Nakamura

    Shintaro Nakamura is the director of SCHEMA, inc. and a photographer. His photos appear in the packaging of the limited edition Lomography x Kitamura LomoChrome Metropolis TOKYO FILM, celebrating 20 years of Lomography Japan.

  • Sophie Schwartz

    Sophie Schwartz is a New York-based photographer, book artist, and archivist. She is the photo editor of PIQUE, a magazine that celebrates the art and cultural contributions of queer women and non-binary individuals. Her work bridges traditional technique with contemporary content, working primarily with a large format view camera. She currently works at The Penumbra Foundation.

  • Tung Li

    Tung Li is an artist and professional photographer from Taiwan also known as “Visual Wasted”. Over the past four years, he has concentrated on creating visual arts about the relation between oneself and the society they live in. At the core of his work is the belief that art should question the prevailing system and provide a space for introspection to its creators. His photographs have been part of multiple group and solo exhibitions.

  • Valerie Timmermans

    Passionate and collecting all things photography, Valerie Timmermans is the curator of the Instagram account dedicated to photography @valtimmermans and an associate curator on the project @subjectivelyobjective. Recently, she was invited by photographer Matthieu Venot to write the preface to his upcoming book. She’s currently working on two personal instant photo projects: @234_stations and @wasser__s__turm, together with @gangswithaview.

  • Willie Schumann

    Longtime Community member Willie Schumann (@wil6ka) is the creative force behind the Magazine series, The World According to Herr Willie. Being a TV journalist and filmmaker has taken him to places some could only dream of, collecting truly captivating stories along the way.

  • Zhang Keyue

    Zhang Keyue is a commercial and art photographer with fashion and travel as his main focus. He currently resides in Toronto, Canada.

  • Zhang Qianli

    Zhang Qianli is the founder of "原来这么拍 (So That’s It)" and a professional photographer and videographer who has collaborated with big brands in the field. In 2005, he won the first prize of the National Geographic Travel Photography Contest. He now lives in Toronto, Canada.

Former jury members

  • Adi Prakarsa

    Returning to the TEN AND ONE Awards jury is Adi Prakarsa (@adi_totp) who has been a part of the Lomography Community for more than a decade. With an interest in ethno-economics, he uses film photography as a means to interact and communicate with the people he meets during his research work.

  • Aislinn Chuahiock

    Aislinn Chuahiock is the co-founder of Film Folk, one of the biggest stores in the Philippines dedicated to film photography. She’s an avid collector of film cameras and takes particular interest in documenting snippets of her daily life and travels around the world in striking black and white photographs.

  • Amaia Hodge

    Hailing from Spain, Amaia Hodge is a longtime member of the Lomography community and a huge fan of the LomoKino camera. She published her first photobook, SOUVENIR: Esto no es una guía de viajes, in 2012 and was subsequently awarded by the Logroño City Council. Since then, her work has graced several galleries and exhibitions.

  • Antonio Amendola

    Antonio Amendola is the founder of #Shoot4Change, an international network for photographers and artists who creates humanitarian reportages for non-government organizations. Through this project, he aims to raise awareness of forgotten stories that are not considered as “remunerative by mainstream media.”

  • Antonio Castello

    Lifestyle and fashion photographer Antonio Castello is currently a Lomography ambassador for Columbia. Over the past decade, he has consistently produced work for international brands and companies using Lomography cameras and Art Lenses.

  • Ben Hammer

    Professional photographer, mixed media artist, and art director Ben Hammer who specializes in portraiture and reportage. He's passionate about presenting visual stories of people. Photo by Philipp Reinhard.

  • Cagla Gulkilik

    An ardent traveler, Cagla Gulkilik has been to breathtaking places most could only dream of. Her love for discovering storied sights and friendly faces eventually paid off when she became one of the winners of the Off the Grid category and an artist-in-residence for the TEN AND ONE Awards 2017.

  • Christine Bartolucci

    Christine Bartolucci is a photographer, podcaster, and YouTuber based in Los Angeles. After graduating from Hallmark Institute of Photography in 2004, she started working as a professional portrait and unit still photographer. As an avid film shooter, she co-hosts a weekly film photography podcast called Analog Talk. She also makes Youtube videos about film photography .

  • Christine Voss

    Christine Voss has been shooting on film for almost two decades and finds joy in capturing minute details and turning them into works of art. She has a soft spot for traveling and shooting with the LC-A and Sprocket Rocket. She’s one of the winners of the TEN AND ONE Awards 2017, under the Urban Explorers category, and a participant in the artist residency week. Photo by marder17.

  • Claudia Sajeva

    Claudia Sajeva (@-dakota-) expresses her passion for architecture and movies through her cinematic photographs. She won in the Adrenaline Junkies category of the 2016 TEN AND ONE Awards and joined her fellow champions in Vienna for a weeklong artist residency.

  • Cristóbal Valdés

    Cristóbal Valdés is a photographer and a Lomography ambassador from Chile. He is the founder of Migo, a laboratory and photography store, and juggles his time between pursuing personal creative projects and professional work as a photographer for architects, decorators, publications, and various companies.

  • Denise Skiadopoulos

    Denise Skiadopoulos studied photography in Leica Academy Greece and business administration management. Together with her sister, she runs Skiadopoulos LTD, a retail store for photography products in Greece — a perfect mix of her two passions.

  • Dusit Semangoen

    Dusit Semangoen is a photographer, videographer, and the production director of WOFWOF, a creative house based in Bangkok. He still shoots on film for his professional work and loves to develop his own black and white films.

  • Eduardo Espinoza Chávez

    Mexico-based cinephile Eduardo Espinoza Chávez’s passion for analogue photography started out during his stint as a film projectionist. Inspired by the works of Wong Kar Wai, he now explores the creative possibilities of film photography with his beautifully executed double exposure photographs and evocative portraits.

  • Edward Conde

    Lomographer Edward Conde (@edwardconde) is obsessed with capturing life around him and describes his photography style as “unobtrusive and observer-like”. He experiments with different cameras and film formats, earning him a spot in the 2016 TEN AND ONE Awards under the Now or Never category.

  • Eleonore Pairet

    Another residency week participant, Eleonore Pairet (@eleonorepairet) won in the 2016 TEN AND ONE Awards under the special category, Migration and Identity. With her penchant for discovering new places, she continuously inspire everyone with her exceptional travel photographs.

  • Elisa Maccario

    Being an agent in Milano for several designer brands, Elisa Maccario has a lot of experience with visual communication and photography. She's the owner of M E S T U D I O.

  • Eric Karsenty

    Shortly after graduating from the prestigious École nationale Supérieure de la Photographie d’Arles, Eric Karsenty had worked intensively in different magazines and photo agencies. He is now the editor-in-chief of Fisheye Magazine. Photo by Israel Arino.

  • Francesco Gozzi

    As a freelance journalist, Francesco Gozzi has been working for several Italian Magazines. Since 2013, he has been the director of The Mammoth’s Reflex, a web magazine dedicated to the world of photography.

  • Franck Gonnaud

    Franck Gonnaud has been a loyal film shooter since 1996. His work has been published and exhibited in various publications and galleries - a testament to his unwavering love for the medium. He is one of the winners under the Adrenaline Junkies category and part of the artist residency week for the TEN AND ONE Awards 2017.

  • Fumihiko Suzuki

    Fumihiko Suzuki is a freelance editor, writer, and photographer. He has always been passionate about publishing magazines and books that caters to photography lovers. Currently, he’s the editor-in-chief of snap!, a magazine dedicated to film photography.

  • Georgina Glaser

    Following a career in scientific research, Georgina Glaser now works for the British Ecological Society, an organization dedicated to enabling nature and people to thrive in a world inspired by ecology. There, she co-manages their annual photographic competition, Capturing Ecology, which focuses on the beauty of nature and wildlife, and for which she has curated two photography exhibitions since the winning images first began touring in January 2019.

  • Gil Rigoulet

    Gil Rigoulet started his career in 1975, becoming the first official photographer of the newspaper Le Monde. He has worked as a photojournalist for different magazines for more than 20 years. Photo by Hanna Hildebrand.

  • Grant Spanier

    Grant Spanier is a director and photographer from Los Angeles. As part of the directing duo, DAD, he produces music videos, creative direction, and fashion/editorial photographs.

  • Hiroshi Chinzei

    A passionate photographer from Japan, Hiroshi Chinzei is the store manager of Daikanyama Kitamura Photo Equipment.

  • Ilaria Magliocchetti Lombi

    For Ilaria Magliocchetti Lombi building rapport with people is the first step in creating photographs that show both strength and vulnerability. With her strong focus on portraiture and the music scene, her work have been published Vanity Fair, Wired, Io Donna, L’Espresso, Vice Magazine, and more.

  • Jeremy Cheung

    Jeremy Cheung started his photography career a decade ago in a bid to capture the rapidly changing cityscape of Hong Kong, which then became the recurring theme on his work. As an urban, event, and architectural photographer, he focuses on capturing candid stories with a strong focus on mood, geometry, and typography.

  • Jerry

    Jerry has been a photographer for five years. With a passion for street, documentary, and portrait photography, he created his own Instagram hashtag #小人物大城市 (“small characters in the big city”) with the hope of inspiring everyone to be more aware of their surroundings. He extensively photographed “The First Fruit and Vegetable Wholesale Market” in Taiwan, published the first photo book《輪轉》(liàn-tńg), and held an exhibition of his work in 2019.

  • Johanna Olk

    Born in 1993 in France, Johanna Olk studied industrial design. This is the reason why she has always been attracted by objects and compositions with simple and timeless beauty. Her work has been exhibited in France and in the United States, it’s simple but still, it creates an emotion. In her fine line drawings, her watercolors or in her oils on canvas, she imagines women who look like they are dreaming, wrapped in certain melancholia. The artist takes us into her world where time seems to have suddenly stopped. She invites us to obverse faces with fascinating eyes, these cool gazes draw our attention and paradoxically comfort us.

  • Jonathan Paragas

    Jonathan Paragas is a street photographer whose main medium is film. He first started shooting portraits in 2015 but never found the complete fulfilment he was hoping for. He decided to turn his lens to the streets for the first time, capturing the hidden stories of the people that walk in plain sight. Street photography is no longer just a hobby for Jonathan but became his life-long passion.

  • Kamila Kulik

    Taking inspiration from films, literature, and modern art, Kamila Kulik (@kamila_k) shoots dreamy and evocative portraits with a Holga camera. She’s one of the participants in our first ever artist residency week in Vienna as part of her prize for winning in the Human Stories category of the 2016 TEN AND ONE Awards.

  • Kenneth Bachor

    Kenneth Bachor works as the photo editor for the prestigious Wall Street Journal. Growing up, his interest in photography started with his fascination with album covers and music videos of legendary artists.

  • Khalifa Al Obaidly

    As a marine biologist, Khalifa Al Obaidly first passion is underwater photography. He works for the Qatar Museums as the director of their artist residency program and runs the Khalifa Art Center.

  • Kurt Prinz

    Kurt Prinz started his photography journey as a means to capture fleeting moments and emotions. He has been a photographer for more than a decade with a strong focus on journalism and commercial work for PR and advertising.

  • Kyle Depew

    Kyle Depew started his passion project, Brooklyn Film Camera, in 2015. It’s one of the few stores in New York that specializes in analogue photography and restoration of vintage instant cameras.

  • Laetitia Duveau

    Laetitia Duveau is the founder and CEO of Curated by GIRLS, a platform promoting diversity and equality through art. Also an artist herself, she became a curator when she moved from Paris to Berlin in 2016 to find inspiration. This acted as a catalyst for a new chapter in her life. With a passion for art and a love of challenges, the need to create a community supporting emerging female, and queer talents, became her mission. Photo by Louise Lemeur.

  • Lanna Apisukh

    With her background in skateboarding and gymnastics, Lanna Apisukh is always ready to capture the action. As a lifestyle, portrait, and documentary photographer, her work celebrates youth, individuality, culture, style, and travel.

  • Leah Frances

    Leah Frances is the eye behind American Squares, an Instagram photography project that documents American cultural relics and iconography. Frances’ work has been featured in numerous print and online platforms and has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her first photo book, American Squares, was published by AINT-BAD in the fall of 2019.

  • Lee Tsung Ming (李宗銘)

    As a winner of the Game Changers category of the TEN AND ONE Awards 2017, Lee Tsung Ming became one of the Lomographers to be part of the artist residency week. Always with an eye for compelling stories, he continuously amazes us with his thoughtful portraits.

  • Lertkiat Chongjirajitra

    Lertkiat Chongjirajitra is an orchestral trumpeter and photographer. He’s the owner of LERT’s which is famous for its high-quality film processing and scan service based in Bangkok.

  • LithiumSociety

    Photographer and art director Vale and Matt work for HB production, a fresh graphic design studio in Rome, Italy. They have two distinct voices, but together they run an artistic profile devoted to analogue photography called LithiumSociety.

  • Louis Dazy

    Paris-based director and photographer Louis Dazy started his career of making nostalgic and cinematic images four years ago. Through his careful angling, focus, lighting and composition, Louis turns nocturnal urban events into moments of tender melancholy, sometimes even magic. He launched his first self-published photobook, Dreams in Technicolor, in 2019.

  • Mario Ferrer

    Another residency week participant, Mario Ferrer (@guanatos) is one of the champions in the Cinematics category of the 2016 TEN AND ONE Awards. Aside from capturing moments in photos, he’s also passionate about sharing his creative vision through short movies shot with the LomoKino.

  • Marion Herbain

    Marion Herbain curates the popular Instagram account f1rstoftheroll which sets out to celebrate the first frame of a film roll, often discarded as an incomplete picture.

  • Marta Huguet

    Madrid-based Marta Huguet specializes in emotive portrait photography. As the owner of La Peliculera and one of the co-founders of Whattaroll Magazine, she aims to give a platform for unrecognized talents in the film photography community.

  • Mihály Alagi

    Mihály Alagi bends the rules of reality with his surreal multiple exposure photographs. When not playing with colors and layers, he captures the understated beauty of everyday scenarios in black and white, earning him the prize for the Monochrome category of the TEN AND ONE Awards 2017 and a spot in the artist residency week.

  • Montague Fendt

    Montague Fendt (@montagu) works as a director for advertising, commercials, and indie films. Fendt won in the Monochrome and Breaking Boundaries categories of the 2016 TEN AND ONE Awards and participated in our weeklong artist residency in Vienna.

  • Morgane Erpicum

    Morgane Erpicum , who has found solace in the pace and rhythm of analog photography, travels the world exploring the theme of the monumental vastness of nature. Her photographs showcase the outer limits of our planet: otherworldly places where life must be strong, adaptable and resilient to survive. Her work invites us to draw a parallel between our own human fragility and the vulnerability of these extreme landscapes to change. Morgane dares to dream that capturing the Sublime of these places now—for tomorrow they could be gone— could help the world fall in love with these regions and inspire people to save them from destruction.

  • Nicola D’Orta

    Having extensively studied arts and photography, fashion, glamor, and portrait photographer Nicola D’orta used his knowledge to refine his own creative style. Through his images, he aims to highlight the subtle beauty of moments that often go unnoticed.

  • Nural Idrisoglu

    For the past seven years, Nural Idrisoglu has been sharing her passion for film photography as the manager of Lomography Turkey.

  • Nuria Cabrera Sancho

    Nuria Cabrera Sancho is a journalist based in Barcelona. In addition to her job as a host of a local radio show and as marketing manager, Nuria also has a blog where she expresses her most intimate feelings and experiences. She loves to travel, even more so with an analogue camera in tow. Always equipped with a 120 or 35 mm camera, she captures the little details of daily life in different countries.

  • Paul McKay

    As the one of the founders of Analogue Wonderland, Paul Mckay lives and breathes film photography. His first foray into the medium started with an Olympus OM1 he inherited from his father-in-law. Through his analogue-exclusive store, he aims to make film photography more accessible and fun for everyone.

  • Paul del Rosario

    Paul del Rosario is the founder of 120LOVE, a lifestyle brand based in Japan that aims to keep the analogue spirit relevant and fun in today’s predominantly digital world.

  • is founded by Alex, Kenneth, Rex, and Nok. Outside the blog, the team members have different occupations and specialities, but they have the same passion for photography and writing. They consider Photoblog as a notebook for photographers, recording all the latest advancement in photography.

  • Pierre P. Marchal

    Pierre P. Marchal is the founder and art director of JPPM, an agency that specializes in digital art direction, art curation, and communications strategy.

  • Pierre Pomonti

    Parisian by adoption and founder of Folkr, Pierre Pomonti has been filling his daily life with images for almost 10 years. With a small film camera loaned by his mother, Pierre began by photographing the landscapes of his hometown, Marseille. Today, he immortalizes the models and anonymous with the same thread: the natural. He has a passion for stolen photos and backstages. With Folkr, he deciphers trends and draws the portrait of the talents of today and tomorrow.

  • Pietro Contaldo

    Pietro Contaldo is a Neapolitan street photographer and president of Igersitalia, the largest community of content creators in the world. Since 2016, he has been the Italian ambassador of 24 Hour Project, a worldwide project of street and documentary photography. Pietro is also the co-founder of Foodtellers, a documentary project about cooking and street food. He is a lover of Ilford HP 5 Plus 35mm.

  • Ramón Jiménez III

    Ramón Jiménez III is the manager of our Embassy Store in Barcelona. He is passionate about telling stories through captivating portraits shot film.

  • Ricardo Moreno

    Ricardo Moreno is the director of, a company in Bogotá, Colombia, dedicated to the promotion of design, art and analogue photography. In 2010, he became the brand ambassador of Lomography Colombia, which opened an opportunity for him to get connected with traditional photography, a magic process that he nowadays enjoys. He also loves to find colors, shapes, functionality and technology integrated into objects, images, and products.

  • Roberto Fiuza

    With his mastery of light and shadow, Roberto Fiuza (@robertofiuza) turns everything his camera captures into surreal, symmetrical photographs. As a winner of the Game Changers category in the 2016 TEN AND ONE Awards, he became one of our Residency Week participants in Vienna.

  • Rumpaporn Vorasiha

    Rumpaporn Vorasiha is a freelance photographer and special instructor for photography at the Bangkok University.

  • Sally & Matthias

    As the Founders and Presidents of the Lomographic Society International, there couldn’t possibly be better judges than Sally and Matthias. They’re particularly fond of the shot from the hip!

  • Sebastian Alvin Setiawan

    Sebastian Alvin Setiawan is an analogue enthusiast from Indonesia whose work focuses on portraiture and street. He is one of the champions of the Now and Never category of the TEN AND ONE Awards 2017, which earned him a ticket to be part of the Residency Week.

  • Sebastian Gansrigler

    Born in Burgenland, Austria in 1994, Sebastian Gansrigler now works as an independent photographer for museums and galleries, and as a graphic designer in Vienna. His education encompasses both media design and media technology. He has been the publisher and editor-in-chief of the new indie photography magazine Auslöser since 2019.

  • Sebastian Hilgetag

    Sebastian Hilgetag is a fashion, editorial, and commercial photographer. More than the look or style, he makes it a point to have a strong and unique concept on every photo he creates.

  • Sebastian Kortmann

    Photographer and director Sebastian Kortmann always works with special thinking about aesthetics and the human being. After working for years as a commercial director, his long-lasting passion for photography eventually grew back which led him to shoot various projects, from commercials to portraits.

  • Sophirat Muangkum

    A self-taught photographer, Sophirat Muangkum has been in the industry for more than a decade. Her work focuses on artistic and conceptual nudes and has been exhibited widely in Thailand and Singapore.

  • Stella Gelardi Malfilatre

    Stella Gelardi Malfilatre is a documentarian, photographer, and researcher. Through her eye-catching work, she gives emphasis on the unique character of the people she photographs.

  • The Maxwells

    Together known as The Maxwells, creative duo Ruby June and Philip express their shared love for photography through their compelling and well-conceptualized portraits.

  • Torsten Dittkuhn

    One of the veterans in the Lomography Community, Torsten Dittkuhn, popularly known as bloomchen, is an avid ultimate frisbee player and medium format lover. He has proven his dedication for the experimental photography time and again, bagging a spot in the Trial and Error category of the TEN AND ONE Awards 2017 and participating in the competition’s artist residency week.

  • Wong Kar Wai

    As an actor and influencer, Wong Kar Wai brings attention to social issues in hilarious yet informative videos — a style he brings into his carefree and quirky film photographs.

  • Yoshitaka Goto

    One of the most talented Lomographers in the Community, Yoshitaka Goto (@gocchin) pushes the boundaries of film photography with his exceptional multiple exposure images, which had been exhibited in our Gallery Store in Japan. Goto participated in our first artist residency in Vienna as one of the winners in the Monochrome category.

  • Xiao Dao (回形岛)

    Xiao Dao is a freelance writer and photography lecturer. The style of his work pursues simplicity, purity and Zen. He is also a special photographer for the China National Geographic, contributing author for China Airlines, cooperative photographer for the Xinhua Newspaper, and the “Russia World Cup” special photographer for Baidu.

  • Haiyin Lin (林海音)

    Haiyin Lin is a fashion photographer based in Beijing and New York. With a focus on portraiture, her work has been published in various magazines like Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle Magazine, National Geographic, and more.

  • Qiang Yin (银强)

    Qiang Yin is a senior photographer in China and chief editor of Camera Beta. With a familiarity with various photography and camera equipment, he participated in co-organizing the “卡色 Kase” photography contest, CMG video film and television competition.