Here’s a pretty cheeky but brilliant ad for Agfachrome 50 from the 1960s courtesy of Agfa-Gevaert.
Agfachrome is a now-discontinued slide film made by Belgian manufacturer Agfa-Gevaert. According to the ad above, Agfachrome boasts vivid colors and balanced tones in your images, as well as subtle shadings.
But what do you guys think? Have you ever gotten your hands on some expired Agfachrome? Share your photos below!
Join Lomography Soho on December 2nd from 6pm for a double whammy. The launch of a new exhibition "Eating Alone" by Christina John-Rockett and our annual Christmas party. There will be live music, a raffle and some cheeky discounts too! come and be merry with us!
The 1960's saw the rise and popularity of half-frame cameras, a trend that came mainly from Japan thanks to the Olympus pen models. They were very compact and cost-efficient, as each film exposure would have two separate images. Here, photographer Eric Bergeron rediscovers the half-frame.
Mondays are a bummer. Don't fret though, you're not alone in this. Everyone's feeling pretty lethargic on the first day of the weekday. Here's a Monday Moodboard in which everyone's in the mood for exactly what you're doing now.
Because the warmth of the sun is upon us once again, we're pretty sure many of you are already planning to head out of town or wherever. Here's an immediate checklist for your next Lomographic adventure.
Lomographer ajnguyen picks up photography as a hobby to take a break from the rigid rules of his job as a multidisciplinary designer. Here, our community newcomer from Saigon talks briefly about his passion for the analogue.
With the eyes and hands of an artist since her youth, Jordan Tiberio is highly influenced by vintage aesthetics surrounding her home. Her fresh oeuvre channels a bygone aesthetic but timeless beauty, a mix of pre-Raphaelite and contemporary flavors for fleeting moments of romanticism.
The girl gangs of Japan has been romanticized in the media -- from dramas to anime. But they did exist for a while, and the 'sukeban' was all about rebellious aesthetics against the immaculate image of the Japanese school girl.