This is the stuff that dreams are made of. With pops of vivid colors tinting the whole picture surreal, who wouldn’t be inspired? We love Aerochrome film so much that we were compelled to create our brand new film, LomoChrome. Have a look at this gallery of Aerochrome photos from over the years and prepare to be amazed.
We know that you love Aerochrome, too. This is why we are so excited to tell you about our latest emulsion, LomoChrome Purple! It produces equally enchanting results. We hope that you love LomoChrome too!
Kobe-based photographer, Himari, visualizes the physicality of film that digital pictures cannot achieve. She also seeks “light” and keeps looking for what photography means to her. This time, we’ll take you to Himari’s world where you’ll be greeted with warm pictures, full of light.
Alessandro Chiariotti enchanted us so much with his photos taken around Italy using the Lomography Color Negative 400 film that the temptation to get to know him better was strong! We unwrap the makings of the talented artist in this interview.
Morgan Roué explores the streets of Paris by night with the new formula of the LomoChrome Metropolis: "Finally, we found what makes the charm of the film with this new emulsion: strong contrasts, generous grain, but with remaining subtle, desaturated tones without being flat."
Don’t know your 35 mm from your 110? Never heard of medium format? Confused about cross-processing? This guide gives a brief overview of everything analogue and you’ll be an expert in no time! Get a head start with film photography with our downloadable 12-page PDF guide.
Processing color negative film in black and white chemicals is a popular cross process in photography. But it's less commonly practiced the opposite way around. So of course we wanted to give it a try!
Greens turn purple and pinks turn orange. In the many months of quiet in Metro Manila cities, once buoyant and buzzing with activities, what difference did it make? What emotions did the shift in colors evoke?
We want to get true reactions from our community of our new scanning kit. Hear what experienced home scanner Lou Guarneri, a.k.a Sweet Lou Photography, has to say in his YouTube video and in our conversation.