With his 110 camera, Benjamin Arias has no excuse not to shoot anywhere and everywhere. He first bought his 110 camera in a thrift shop before heading on holiday, along with three rolls of Lomography film. The result? Teeny tiny vacation negatives!
BYOF – Bring your own film, is a project started by three film lovers across the US. Po Chi Fung, Susan Adams, and Sasquatch Mansfield are bringing together film photographers from across the world on August 1, 2020. Shoot a roll of your choice on that day, and submit your pictures to be part of a zine!
When two fellow Lomographers come together for some shoots, the result is always breathtaking. Lauren Ruth Ward and Angela Izzo's shots of each other on the La Sardina, Diana, and Lomo Instant Wide perfectly reflect their signature style, romantic and psychedelic like their own personalities.
Do you find creativity to be an even more hard nut to crack in times of isolation? Whether you like to fly solo and explore the surroundings with your camera, or you enjoy working in the company of your other pals – we understand, 2020 was not easy. But we can always fight back, can’t we?
Home is on the road, with some musicians, face masks, and a couple of rolls of film to capture it all, for music photographer Paige Sara. We talked to her about her analog journey, from photographing her mom's garden to touring the US.
Give Brooklyn-based photographer Emmanuel Rosario some film, a camera, and some friends, and you can be sure he's going to come back with rolls of beautiful stolen moments. On the set of Thibault Leveque's short film "Nevada", he snapped some behind-the-scenes with his Lomo LC-A+.
The world may have slowed down due to the CoVid-19 pandemic but that doesn't mean your rolls of film should stay undeveloped for weeks! We pieced together a list of local film labs that are open to cater to your film developing needs.
In this series, we would feature local darkrooms and film labs where you could have your precious films processed or learn how to process them yourself! In this feature, we talked to Safelight Lab, a pillar of the analog scene on the West Coast that started as darkroom parties in Rob Cowan, the founder's apartment.
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.