I’m not an expert on different kinds of film, especially when it comes to xpro and cross-processing! I only heard of it a few times from my lab, asking “Should we do E6 or C41 for these?” and my answer was “What’s the difference?”. And I tried cross-processing a couple of times with always yellowish, non appealing results.
Then I tried the Lomography Xpro film. My first rolls with that were dark as well… Not the thing I wanted. But then I started to get the hang of it!! I used it on a sunny day on my Diana Mini and I loved the results!!! Still I got some dark shots that weren’t so good but at least I figured out what I needed! LOTS OF LIGHT!!! Or flash when in doors.
I can’t say that I’ll get amazing results on my next roll, but at least now I know what can get wrong and when I should do, to do things better! And I have to admit, I love the colors that Lomo XPro film produces!!!
Whenever time allows her to do so, Emina takes her 35mm camera on journeys through the streets foreign countries. Although to her, the concept of foreignness doesn't exist. For us, she explored Lisbon beyond its well-known, touristy beauty.
Most artists prefer to show than tell, especially with their feelings. If you're among the subtle souls, you might want to try the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200, a 35mm art film for you your creative expression.
As the founder of The Creative Exchange, Charles Etoroma reached out to Lomography USA wanting to help us tell the world about Lomography. He shot with the classic Diana F+, and offered some thoughts on making your own path with no limits as a creative, no matter what.
Lomography has been friends with Portugal. the Man for a long time. Most recently we saw them popping by to chat at Lomography NYC about testing the Lomo'Instant Square. These guys are chock full of good vibes and love of photography, check out their thoughts on our latest instant hit!
The spotlight now shines on Diego Ruiz de Gauna López, also known as disdis in the community. He received his first Lomography camera in 2004, and joined the community two years later. Let's catch up with him and read more about his Lomography life!
Isabella Craun is a 13-year old photographer, who was part of the Diana Project held by our friends from Brannigan and Follen Photo Haus in Cleveland. She came by our Gallery Store to chat about her first impressions on film photography with the Diana F+.
From its charming design to the dreamy photographs it takes, it's hard not to be smitten with the Diana F+. On its 10th year celebration, Lomographers and longtime fans of Lomography's reigning retro queen remember how their first meeting with this lovely camera evolved to an everlasting love.
It's one thing to see celebrities on screen, and another thing in real life. Photographer Antonio Castello shares to Lomography Magazine his first-time experience at the 68th Berlinale as he documented the event with two brassy lenses — the Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens and New Petzval 85 Lens.