If you’re going through all the trouble of re-enacting the Civil War, why settle for digital photography when you can go the whole hog with a centuries old photographic process?
Upon watching the video, Wet plate photographer Rob Gibson utters four words that immediately resonate within us analogue lovers – “flame-keepers of the past”. While there’s no stopping technology, there’s always a yearning for simpler times (or in cases like this, more complicated) that offer more artistically. Gibson goes on to say how this whole passion of his is the "perfect combination of history, technology and art.” Can’t beat that.
Watch the whole video done by the Washington Post below!
Lomographer Sungryong Cho has an eye for capturing the poetry in ordinary circumstances and translating them into soulful photographs. Get to know our featured community newcomer from South Korea in this interview.
Read our long-awaited interview with the New York-based photographer as he reveals the details of his haunting tintype craft on dark fantasy portraiture of the once revered ancient gods of Greece, and his harrowing alternative assembles of 20th century children.
Another short animated film from the guys over Ilford clarifies the difference between the basic film formats in photography -- the 35mm, the 120 and the sheet film. Beginning photographers, gather now!
Introducing the shiniest, newest member of our Lomo'Instant Family, the Lomo'Instant Mumbai! Inspired by the golden Indian metropolis filled with striking architecture, busy bazaars and fantastic food, the Lomo’Instant Mumbai combines the beauty of shiny copper and light grey faux leather. Grab one now!
Whether you're an analogue newbie, a pro photographer, or an aspiring filmmaker, Lomography offers a wide range of film to cater to your creative needs. Here's the complete lineup of Lomography films in 35mm, 120, 110, and 16mm format that are still in production.