A highly interesting BBC documentary from 2004 tells the story of the Lomo factory, and the Lomography movement, with many interesting interviews and lots of nice imagery.
This documentary is a must see for anyone who has an hour to spare and is a fan of the Lomo LC-A and the Lomographic society. It reveals many interesting new facts about the camera and how its influence even helped shape the Russian government of Putin.
From Havana to Croatia, Zach Leon has traveled the world in search of breathtaking vistas, interesting people and new experiences. He records them all in captivating imagery and beautiful stories as part of The Finite Project – a reminder of our less-than-infinite lives.
Alia Sheikh is a UK-based photographer, filmmaker & Senior Development Producer at the BBC. She took her beloved Lomo'Instant Wide on a recent travel excursion and told us her story about the joys of shooting with instant.
Back from the northern lands, lafilledeer tells us stories of landscapes filled with secrets waiting to be unearthed. Discover her travel diary and photographs shot with the Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens.
A new music video from the band Perdurabo & Shramm is shot with the LomoKino camera, using the Lomography Color Negative 400. Watch the film produced by Davide Arneodo and read our exclusive interview with the filmmaker here in the Magazine.
Tatsuo Takei's been making waves as he shoots the longboarding tradition in the Golden State with photography and film. Following a routine of surfing and shooting in film, we get to know more about Tatsuo's life and work in this interview.
Hailing from Indonesia, Lomo Cult is a self-confessed Lomography fanboy and one of our community's most active members. He talks to us about his Lomography camera collection and his camera of choice, the BelAir X 6-12.
“In the end, we are images. We have to migrate the gazes, look from the outside to look inside.” We got in touch with Pablo Giori of #FilmSwapWorldwide to talk about his project and the power of trading film rolls to create stories and share culture on a global scale.
Lomography have teamed up with the Museum of London to offer you tickets to see the London Nights exhibition, a collection of over 200 works by 60 photographers that document London at night. You could also win some Simple Use Cameras and some groovy MOL merch too!