Up for a little Lomo exercise? Then take on these EBS snaps as a challenge!
Lomographers always make ways to up the ante in their analogue adventures. Aside from film experiments like manipulation, masking, and cross processing, exposing both sides of the film is a great way to get magnificent results. It’s a good thing we have community members that can show us the way to brilliant photos done by exposing both sides of *Lomography Color Negative 400*, and *800* films. Check them out and learn a thing or two or just be plainly amazed!
Bottoms up! We’ve created a special cocktail of creativity to soak a roll of color negative 35 mm film. These alcohol-drenched, summer-stained snaps and their trippy colors are guaranteed to tickle your taste buds.
Lomography loves both students and teachers, so we're helping you out with some savings on some photographic school supplies! Get a 35% discount on the Diana F+ Camera, Diana F+ Camera with Flash, Sprocket Rocket, or The Spinner 360°! Check out our microsite to find out more!
With a super-wide camera such as the Sprocket Rocket, you can shoot cool panoramic photos —
rocking a totally analogue look of sprocket holes adorning the sides of the film strip. Sneak a peek into the coolest sprocket snaps taken by the Community!
To describe photographer Julia Romer's oeuvre as simply analogue would be an understatement — her photographs resembling watercolor paintings caught on film. Read our conversation with Julia here and learn how to create your own gorgeous color-drenched snaps.
We can always count on Brian Bruno and Audrey Kitching to take us from our screens straight into an analog fairy tale. But when he recently loaded his camera with the first roll of Color Negative F2 / 400 120 film, they still managed to surprise us with this stunning series.
We have teamed up with the legendary Strand Bookstore for a summer series of LomoWalks. On Saturday July 14th, author Jeremiah Moss is going to join us and provide literary inspiration for participants. He has recently taken one of our Simple Use Film Cameras and created a wonderful series himself.
LomoAmigo Jonathan Chiang returns to the digital pages of the Lomography Magazine and had a quick chat with us about his experience with the Lomography Belair camera and the Lomography Color Negative 400 ISO 120 film.
Introducing Lomography's latest limited edition film, the B&W 400 35 mm Berlin Kino film! Originally used to make black and white films, this film provides timeless photos with sublime shades of gray worthy of the movies! Preorder yours before it's too late!
Most venues will have a huge in caps policy for "NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY" but when the only lights you have are on stage or just a light bulb in a basement or coffee shop, how do you capture a good exposure? These are the tips and tricks for shooting great photos with little to no light and no flash.
The Bauhaus is more known as a school of minimalist design and architecture, mostly relying on the essential and non-ornamental aesthetics. But who would have known these Bauhaus folk can play dress-up with these retro-futuristic shindig get-ups?