Take a leaf out of our fellow lomographers’ books and shoot wonderfully weird and unique portraits with your Holga!
Who says portraiture needs to be dull and boring? The *Holga CFN 120* gives you ample room for creative experiments through features like taking multiple exposure shots and a built-in color wheel flash – just like what some members of our community did with their portraits above! Head to the Online Shop now to get your own Holga CFN 120 now!
The Holga CFN 120 is a medium format icon known for taking lo-fi images. It now comes with a built-in flash that bathes you shots with yellow, red, blue, or clear light. If the Holga misty, vignette look is not enough for you, try the Diana F+ for dreamier, softer shots.
For Los Angeles based photographer Angela Izzo, isolation was another opportunity to explore her surreal word, while maintaining social distance. Shooting with her Diana Mini, the Fisheye, the Sprocket Rocket, and a Holga, loaded with Berlin Kino 400 film, she created ethereal black and white portraits of her friends, giving them a unique aura and mood.
A self-defined "outgoing introvert", Main based photographer Kate Grout lets her art speak for her. She just published "The Purple Book", a selection of two years worth of shooting some LomoChrome Purple, culminating in a collection of portraits and landscape straight out of dreamlike fantasy.
Éloïse and Luc from L’œil d'Eos share a series of portraits taken with our LomoChrome Metropolis film and give their own opinion on the formula. "We loved the different subtleties of the film rendering."
The Petzval 80.5 mm is perfect to shoot portraits and also to make the everyday shine. Take a look at the few photos by Itsjoygrace with the Lomography Color Negative 400 film and our newest Lomography Art Lens.
Large format photography and skateboarding aren't your typical creative combination, but for Jenny Sampson, they are meant to go hand in hand. The slow and meticulous process of wet plates perfectly fits her portraits of female skateboarders for her book "Skater Girls", a sequel to her first book.
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.
Shooting at nighttime can bring out the most surprising results especially with a film that is anything but ordinary. Check out this photo gallery from one of our boldest LomoAmigos from the Philippines, Ennuh Tiu.