Eggzakly takes us into an in-depth analysis of one of the cheapest 120 films available in the market today: the Shanghai GP3!
The film review of the week goes to eggzakly for her in depth and objective analysis of one of the cheapest 120 films available in the market today: Shanghai GP3. She goes on length about the pros and cons of this contrasty wonder and summarizes her review by saying ‘Film is like people, you like it for its positive qualities, but grow to love it for its imperfections.’ Well said!
Go ahead and read the review to check out more pictures taken with the Shanghai GP3. Congratulations! It’s a win well deserved!
We welcome photographer Meg Hewitt into Lomography Magazine as she permits us an in-depth view of her gritty black-and-white, grainy, analogue world, reminiscent of the Provoke-era — same style, same place, different time.
"Around the World in Analogue" is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Paul Monroe Graham takes us into the storied and enchanting streets of Seoul.
From the 19th century to today, the concept of 'family' has changed over time -- from families born into ones, to the ones we have chosen for ourselves. Photographers then and now have found the basic unit of society an interesting, continuous study.
Believe it or not, today is Hat Day! So maybe you can start your Monday a little bit fashionable or eccentric by donning an elegant wide brim, or an animal party hat at that! For this week's Monday Moodboard we bring the old custom of tipping one's hat as a greeting.
The Germany-based band Blackout Problems is recording their new album KAOS at the moment. Besides tons of cords, instruments and snacks they took plenty of Lomography cameras, film and an Art Lens to the studio. Now they allow us an intimate gaze into their band's life and work.
“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Richard Hall takes us to Rwanda, a storied country of beautiful landscapes and people.
The time we spend with our beloved ones is truly precious, and moments we capture along the way always remind us of it. There are some particularly special days when we just want to take photos until there is no film left.
When the new millennium came in, the quick leap from film canisters to USB cards drastically changed the scenery of the photographic industry and art world. Fast forward from a decade and a half, there is a growth in the number of people returning to analogue medium.
She may have lost her favorite camera, but this unfortunate incident led her to forge connection with fellow film photographers. Dive into Alanna Durkee's amusing anecdote and other musings about analogue photography in this Newcomer of the Week interview.