Winter is around the corner and that means sunlight is about to overcast neutral, tones. No worries though, you can still keep shooting in high quality color with strong contrasts with the Lomography XPro Slide 200 (120).
This 120 film is superb for cross-processing. Even in 200 ISO, the right flavors and palettes for non-gray shades are right in this canister. Here are some winter-taken samples from the Lomography community.
The timelessness of film photography is best depicted with square-sized black and white medium format photographs. Whether you're using a film from the Greys or the Kino B&W family, here’s how to utilize each of Lomography's black and white 120 film.
In this tipster we break down the developing process for 120 film. The medium format can scare beginners away. We are here to take these misconceptions away and let you unleash your medium format fantasies.
UK-based Garry Quickfall knows how to get the most out of his cameras by shooting bright scenery and using double exposures and splizer shots to create analogue magic. We talked to him about his latest series using the LC-A 120.
Community member Elisa Cantamessa AKA theanaloguecorner is a regular face at the London-based analogue photowalks and has a passion for film. We talked to her about the joys of shooting with medium format film.
We talked to UK-based wet plate collodion photographer Dave Shrimpton about shooting with the LomoGraflok Instant back with his large format camera and how his discovery of Vivian Maier's work inspired him to take the plunge into film photography.
As part of our Film Photography Day celebrations throughout April, we're discovering photographers that capture the pure essence of analogue photography and talked to Lucinda Lewis about her medium format Holga shots taken with the Lomography Color Negative 120 ISO 800 film.
The French photographer Angélique Boissière, a great fan of medium format and black & white films, told us that she's "more sensitive to the emotion of graphics than to the emotion of colors". Discover her latest shots taken with our monochrome 120 films.
French photographer Matthieu Quatravaux shares his amazing medium format pictures taken with our color negative films. To Matthew, the films "really match my expectations and are always able to handle all of my uses."