I try to get a different character from my Sensia. I tried some different exposing times to play a bit with the light and results of the different exposures.
On my last holiday I tried to get a different character from my Sensia film and I love the results.
I tried some different exposing times to play a bit with the light and the results of the different exposures.
Here are three photos which represent the overexposure, underexposure and the “normal” exposure:
On another film I completely focused on the overexposure and I am quite happy with the photos:
The background is complete white while the front motives are still visible.
Exploring his neighborhood along with his camera and some Lomography Color Negative 400, Dan Bassini documented a summer different than what the city is used to. With all his photos together, he created "Cruel Summer" a book with some stolen moments from a frozen time.
It took a quarantine of Isabel Malia to try out film photography, after years of working with digital, but analogue certainly didn't disappoint her. With her pursuit of light and details, she gives a personal dimension to any typical landscape, creating a portrait out of a single building with some Lomography CN 400.
With a passion for documenting her surroundings and environment and a childhood filled with disposable cameras and instant film, it's no wonder Starla Dawn became a film photographer. We asked her to test out our new HydroChrome Sutton's Panoramic Belair Camera and the result we got are some ethereal and romantic landscapes from the West Coast, sugar-coated clouds, and bewitching waves.
Photography expert & community member Hamish Gill runs the successful 35mmc blog and has a wealth of experience shooting with film. We gave him some test rolls of the Fantôme Kino BW ISO 8 & Babylon Kino BW ISO 13 film to shoot with & he gave us some tips on getting the most out of low ISO film.
Black and white has always been part of documentary photographer Dannah Gottlieb's photographical lexicon, but never with an ISO as low as the new Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 Film. She gave the new film a spin in Brooklyn's urban DUMBO neighborhood, playing around with the city's lines and lights.
Her first double exposure was a mistake, but for Palestinian photographer Dina Salem, it enabled her to enter a world of multiple exposures and infinite compositions. Currently based out of Abu Dhabi, she considers herself to be rooted everywhere and anywhere in the world, finding inspiration in her everyday surroundings. With some Lomography CN 100, she achieved some beautiful multiple exposures, straight out of another dimension.
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Kathryn Reichert experimented with an alternative photographic process using gel transfers and other materials, resulting in mysteriously dreamy images. Here, she shares some of these photos as well as some tips, if you want to try it yourself.
Low ISO film were not part of his routine, but for Richie Duque, the new Babylon Kino B&W ISO 13 was a surprisingly versatile film to use, offering a spectrum of tones and a margin of creativity to play around with.
Éloïse and Luc from L’œil d'Eos share a series of portraits taken with our LomoChrome Metropolis film and give their own opinion on the formula. "We loved the different subtleties of the film rendering."
Some sun, light, good company, and unexposed roll of film are all that Lauren Ruth Ward needs to let her heart and soul express themselves. With a customized "La Sardina" that she's now giving away (and you can potentially win), she photographed her friends around – and in the pool, with some simple tips and tricks!
With only a couple of years of photography behind him, Lance Langel's already playing in the professional's court. His passion for people's reflected in the connection he holds with his models and how close to them he gets, with the portraits he snapped with the Petzval 80.5 MKII.