Voitlander Vchrome 100 at Porto: A slide film, which makes beautiful and warm photos.
I bought this film and I didn’t know how it was because I never heard about it. I found this film in a blog of a guy who sells expired films at very low prices. I use this film in a little walk that I made with some Lomographer friends in Oporto at a day that we agree to join for a walk called Lomo Safari. Basically, we go around, at this case at Oporto and we just shoot everything like what Lomography says.
I liked the results, a lot. The photos turned out with a tones of red, orange and with a little grain that made some of my images look vintage. The roll have a great power to catch the light around us. For me the photos gave a very cozy look at Oporto.
Cambridge based photographer Maya Beano shoots using 35mm film and manages to capture beautiful tones and textures within her work. We lent her a Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens to test out with some film.
Photographer Ben Larsen ordered a bunch of photography-related items on eBay, one of these is an old black and white 35mm film which he developed home and the results were surprising — photographs taken in South Korea about half a decade later.
Nathalie Coeln is potty about film photography which is reflected in her vast body of work. We sent her an LC-Wide to document a recent trip away, and came back with a selection of photos to inspire us all to get outside in the sunshine.
Most of us organize our photo albums according to events or places. Some prefer to classify their photographs according to film or technique, while others compile their best shots. Have a look at January's most noteworthy albums and learn how to tell your stories through visual organization.
In this second installment of our special two-part feature on cinematic photographers, we take a look back to more photographers who have mastered the dreamy, often surreal aesthetic of cinematic photography.
Nick Collingwood is an avid film photographer and active Lomography community member in New York City. He loves experimenting, which is why the LomoChrome Purple was his choice of film for his travels to Joshua Tree National Park and Portugal.
If you want to take your creative, analogue experience to the next level why not try starting up a film swap project. You'll get to work with other budding photographers in revealing something totally unique and one-off. This article gives you some tips on getting it right the first time.