Five Remarkable Music Videos Shot with the LomoKino


As this list would prove, the LomoKino has captured not only the hearts of analog filmmakers within the Lomography community, but also professionals outside of it. We’ve dug through our archive to present to you some of the best LomoKino music videos from all over the globe to have come to our attention.

“Water” by Beach Party

Filmed back in 2012 by Dylan Culhane, the music video for “Water” by Cape Town-based band Beach Party has the distinction of being the very first of its kind to be shot entirely with the LomoKino. The upbeat tune combined with the fun and gritty stills make for a clip that shows what a summer day out with friends really is about.

Read more on The First LomoKino Music Video Ever! 'Water' by Beach Party.

“Fireworks” by Echo Bloom

To create the music video for Echo Bloom’s “Fireworks,” filmmaker Gregg McNeil went through a painstaking process from pre- all the way to post-production stages. All the effort had been worth it, though, as the result is definitely one of the best crafted LomoKino music videos in existence.

Read more on LomoKino Music Video: 'Fireworks' by Echo Bloom.

“Rette Mich Wer Kann” by NÖRD

One of the most recent LomoKino music videos that we know of, the video for “Rette Mich Wer Kann” by the German band NÖRD absolutely impressed us with its exceptional execution. Amid all the random images of the band members goofing around and performing are scenes in which they sing synchronized perfectly with the audio.

Read more on NÖRD Films Their Latest Music Video with the LomoKino!

“Want Your Love” by Simone Page Jones

Australia-based photographer Jo Duck filmed this short video, which he had described as a “Frankensteinian combination of music video/lighting test/happy accident.” Here, Simone not only stars in the video (channeling her inner Brigitte Bardot); she also created the song for it.

Read more on LomoAmigo Jo Duck Films a Music Video on the LomoKino.

“여름은 (Summer)” by Hi to him (@hitohim)

Hailing from South Korea, Hi to him is an indie duo who had made used of the LomoKino in filming the music video for their song “여름은 (Summer)” “to express the warmth and analog feelings of the song.” In case you’re wondering, the song is about “old memories of past love inspired on a rainy day.”

Read more on Kino Stories: '여름은MV - Hi to him' by hitohim.

Raring for more? Here are more LomoKino music videos to satisfy your craving!

Think we missed any of your favorites? Join in the conversation by adding it through the comments section below!

written by Julien Matabuena on 2015-08-13 #videos #lifestyle #music-video #lomokino

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  1. berndtotto
    berndtotto ·

    I would actually love to use my LomoKino much more, but even here in Tokyo, the biggest city on earth, there is no scan service for LomoKino films anymore. Getting it developed is of course easy, as it is just a normal 35 mm film, but getting in digitized ( turned into a digital movie file for further editing or publishing join Vimeo, etc, ) seems to be impossible meanwhile. Very sad.

  2. chooolss
    chooolss ·

    @berndtotto you might want to try Samplomat in digitizing LomoKino films… :)

  3. dannykeighobadi
    dannykeighobadi ·

    Great music and photography. What more, eh?

  4. chooolss
    chooolss ·

    @dannykeighobadi indeed!

  5. adamb26
    adamb26 ·

    I always thought I had the very first Lomokino Music Video..but it looks like this one beat me by a month! But give it a look-see if you've not seen, SAY YOU'LL STAY by John Presnell:

  6. samanthaandre
    samanthaandre ·

    These are beautiful. Here's my first Lomokino film:

    Can't wait to use it again.

  7. chooolss
    chooolss ·

    @adamb26 @samanthaandre these look great! thank you for sharing :)

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