As the COVID-19 pandemic obliges us to stay in our homes, we look for inspiration from Lomographer David Allen's (a.k.a. dbloomsday) darkroom composites on how we can make the most of our time through our art.
With an online shop as well as pop-up stores in NYC and L.A. "For Your Guest Bathroom" has taken on the mission to provide affordable pieces of art as well as to bring film photographs back from our Instagram gallery to the walls in our homes.
Home is on the road, with some musicians, face masks, and a couple of rolls of film to capture it all, for music photographer Paige Sara. We talked to her about her analog journey, from photographing her mom's garden to touring the US.
This year’s spring season is one of the kind. Here’s a few tips from Lomographers Kostas Kritsalos, a.k.a. kritsalos and Akio Nakai, a.k.a. akio_nakai on what to expect and look for the blossoming season.
Last month, five photographers exhibited their photos from a collaborative project with Lomography about Mexico City entitled "Cuatro Dias." Photographs from the project were hung all over the walls, and a zine with everyone's photos was sold as well! Check out some photos from the event here.
Did you know that there's a converted mobile darkroom Airstream trailer crossing the US and giving out free film? It's Neil Hamamoto's project FREE FILM: USA. Learn more about the project and sign up for our special giveaway to win Lomography film and your own magazine feature.
Community member kingfood_0505 makes a quick side-by-side comparison of our beloved Lomochrome films! Here is a visual comparison between the LomoChrome Purple and LomoChrome Metropolis from a Lomographer's perspective!
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.