We attend different parties each month. In December: Christmas parties, in January: New Year’s parties, and on February: the Carnival!
Colors, fun, madness… Who has not ever used a hat, glasses and a mask to make a lomographic photo? We all have done it! Carnival was coming and we had to prepare this year’s fancy dress. If we dress up as a camera, which camera would we choose? The Lubitel! Hands to work!
Black Fabric of 1.5 × 1m for the body camera. It has to be a special fabric for example, like that one which is bright and fluffy, widely used for costumes
White Fabric of 1.5 × 0.5m for the details
Pencil, paper and a ruler to make the pattern
Step 1: We made a Lubitel image in life-size using a ruler and 4 double-paper joined together.
Step 2: We cut out paper templates of letters, lenses, and the details that go on the white cloth. Then we cut the pieces out.
Step 3: We pasted the details on the body of the costume and finally closed it with velcro on the shoulders and side.
Last month Lomography UK celebrated 25 years of Lomography by building a great big Lomowall on Ganton St, Soho. We launched this on the same week as the Carnaby St Street party and it grabbed a lot of people's attention.
Join us at the Soho store on Friday 26th January from 6pm for the Lomo'Instant Square Launch Party. See this new camera in the flesh and sip on some Monkey Shoulder Cocktails! Come along and bring your friends!
An overwhelming amount of lomographs are shared in the community every month and we cannot help but commend the best of the best. Marvel at this stunning photo showcase and see if any of your favorites made it to the list.
It's snowing outside, there's plenty of food on the table, there are Christmas gifts under the pine tree, your loved ones are with you back home... Today might just be the best Monday of the year. We present to you a very Lomographic Christmas Moodboard.
First of all, I really appreciate being able to join the TEN AND ONE Residency Week in Vienna along with super cool Lomographers! We could never have any forgettable memories. The members are 11 people from 10 countries. I thought it'd be difficult to communicate with each other because of our different cultures, languages, personalities, etc. But we didn't have any worries. We respected each other, above all we are Lomographers!
Join us at the Soho Store this month for our February workshops and events. There will be a rainbow themed Diana F+ workshop, a screening of We Have Rather Been Invaded by Ed Webb-Ingall and a new exhibition by photographers Geoff Brokate & Kaye Martindale.
It's that time of the year when you can almost hear Christmas knocking on your door. You are being in your best mood and can't wait to take a tiny break from your 9 to 5 job. We wanted to make your life easier this Christmas and help you prepare for the best one so far.
One thing is for sure - people all around the globe love celebrations. Just the thought of going on holidays and spending time with your loved ones is enough of a reason to celebrate and fully enjoy your days off. In many countries, Christmas is celebrated differently depending on the culture.
February dawns on us, bringing love with it. The days remain cold outside, but slightly warmer within as it's the month of love. If the year kicked off harder than expected, or if your Mondays haven't been turning out too eventful as you wished, always remember you're not alone.
A few months ago we set up a series of competitions asking you to submit your best shots representing different cities from all over the world. The winners were chosen and the UK team set to work on the 8.5 meter Ganton St Lomowall.
Calling Lomographers everywhere, we are pleased to announce that once again we will be exhibiting at NYC's Photo+ Expo this year! Make sure to use the link to register so you can attend this massive photography expo absolutely FREE!
Colors mean differently for all walks of life. For this week we have coquelicot, a bright red named from the wild corn poppy. Lomography tries to understand the meaning of each complex color found in the gradient and what it means for most of us photographers.