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.
Lost in a vast land filled with whimsical and ironic images, Andrew Dupuy tells us how his adventure with film photography began. Along with the many stories that came with his ongoing colorful and bizarre journey.
"The 4x5 camera imposes a slowness, a certain way to look." – We discussed with French photographer Ambroise Tézenas to know more about his photo documentary practice and his use of the large format camera. Learn more about the photographer and his usage of this technique in our interview.
We fell in love with cute stories from the comic strip 'Sundae Kids'. Now we have collaborated with the artist-duo behind the beloved comic to create our new Lomo'Instant Automat Sundae Kids edition. Get to know Poysien and Kavin of Sundae Kids, in this interview.
After moving back to Minnesota during the pandemic, Martin Blanco found himself photographing the Black Lives Matter movement from the epicenter of the protests. With some Lomography Color Negative 100 ISO, he shot the message people wanted to deliver, as well as the physical aftermath of those protests and the impact and symbolism they left behind.
We have interviewed Mate Choi, a Youtuber, and also a producer of Korea's most trending Youtube channel Ripple_S. Check out his dreamy pictures taken with the New Petzval 55mm Mark II Art Lens and his story of falling in love with the everlasting nature of photography!
We had a chat with professional photographer & former editor of Art4D magazine, "Dei Pirak Anurakyawachon" of Spaceshift Studio, the foremost architectural photography studio in Thailand, about architectural photography a why he uses a large-format camera for most of his work. For anyone interested in architectural photography or starting to use a large-format film camera.
In celebration of Women's History Month, we are inviting inspiring women from around the globe to share their stories and experiences with us. Today we talk to Rachel Brewster a UK based wedding photographer and owner of Little Vintage Photography.
Many of us have visited the fair as children, and photographer Henry Head returned to capture where he remembered having fun as a kid. With pastel colors and eerily empty scenes, Henry's series "Fair Play" explores the fair from a different perspective. Check out the photos here.
In celebration of Women's History Month, we are inviting inspiring women from around the globe to share their stories and experiences with us. Today we talk to Margaret Drysdale, founder of Women In Focus In Edinburgh (WIFIE) about setting up a photography organization specifically for women.
NYC-based videographer P. Nick Curran traveled to Afghanistan with the group Ishkar to experience the beauty of a country almost exclusively seen through the lens of conflict. Shooting with our LC-A+ and CN 400 film, he captured everything from the people to the landscape. Check out his photos here.