LomoKino in hand, set out on your trusty steed, whatever your modern “steed” may be and take in your surroundings! Rediscover neighborhoods overlooked when peddling home or new breathtaking landscapes observed from the comfort of your train compartment!
Here we join a LomoKinographer on their journey through lush surroundings, thoughts wandering, left to wonder about what’s on for dinner inside the Terra cotta color roofed houses!
Evidence that the train sequence never loses pace or its place in cinema! I can almost envision the train speeding along in the opening of “Berlin: Symphony of a Great City”, the silent film that, with the combination of stylistic filming and editing, is a great portraiture of the of the city during the late 1920s.
So many memorable songs have been sung about or have featured the gear shifting, reflector wearing, bell ringing device. From “Daisy Bell”, which contains the popular line “…a bicycle built for two”, to the rocking “Bicycle Race”, riding your bicycle is an exhilarating feat that gets your heart pumping and inspiration flowing!
Join this this skilled cyclist and LomoKinographer as they film while riding, hands off handlebar, on their morning commute!
The vehicle of cool – just think “James Dean”. Roaring engines customed by riders, like we can imagine our Lomographer in the movie, made with LC-A+ stills, below to have done to impress anyone they’d want to take for a spin!
Bringing analogue back to the movies with a bang in the 21st century, the LomoKino is a Lomography movie camera that shoots spectacular, creative movies on all kinds of 35mm film. Head to the Microsite, watch some Movies and begin your analogue movie-making journey today!