Growing up in New Jersey, Dan used to watch a now-defunct cable TV channel that covered NYFW twice a year. He started his project "No Invite" from his fascination with the event, shooting portraits of celebrities at parties and on the streets of NYC. Check out more about his sixth volume here.
Here's how analogue gear tinkerer, repairman and photographer Pierro Pozella took the reformulated Berlin Kino 400 film to another level of cinematic goodness through a special, customized anamorphic optic.
Did you know that there's a converted mobile darkroom Airstream trailer crossing the US and giving out free film? It's Neil Hamamoto's project FREE FILM: USA. Learn more about the project and sign up for our special giveaway to win Lomography film and your own magazine feature.
As a digital filmmaking student and content creator in the Philippines, AC Soriano spends a lot of time and effort into polishing his videography. But now, as he rediscovers analogue photography, AC shows a different perspective to life — one that is raw, candid, and unfiltered.
Your eyes aren't playing tricks on you — these are people and places, tinged in a spectrum of purple, pink, and green, taken with the LomoChrome Purple film. Read about our social media testers experiences and be inspired to pick up some rolls!
LA-based photographer Beth Saravo recently tested out our film while traveling in Korea, Japan, and Australia. Though she mostly works in the realm of music photography, Beth shows us more intimate moments of what exploring the world on tour is really like.