UK-based photographer Matt Osborne, better known as MrLeica.Com tested out some rolls of Lomography 800 CN in 35 mm and medium format. He took his collection to three different countries using three different cameras and talked to us about what he discovered using this film.
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.
After moving back to Minnesota during the pandemic, Martin Blanco found himself photographing the Black Lives Matter movement from the epicenter of the protests. With some Lomography Color Negative 100 ISO, he shot the message people wanted to deliver, as well as the physical aftermath of those protests and the impact and symbolism they left behind.
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.
We talked to Liam Saint-Pierre who set up CINÉ-REAL, the only film club in the UK to exclusively play films in 16mm format. His nephew Orrin Saint-Pierre photographed them in Ümit & Son, the shop where the story began, using some rolls of Lomography 400 CN 120 film.
The LomoChrome Film Series, Are color negative films with color palettes unique to Lomography that also possess an extended ISO range of 100-400. In this photo comparison article, we'll show you the subtle color shifts when you shoot our LomoChrome film in different ISO settings.
In an effort to provide a way of connecting with all the photographers out there, professional and amateurs, Image Salon a Montreal based studio, is organizing a virtual photography conference, where 100 percent of the donations will be distributed to Global Giving.