There is nothing that can match the stress and uneventful happenings in a Monday morning. Most likely, Mondays are filled with more work and annoyance that can just literally be carried over up to Friday. Don’t make it anymore difficult with you and start your weekday right by eating breakfast and looking at our Monday Moodboard.
After all, no meal of the day is as tasty as breakfast.
BYOF – Bring your own film, is a project started by three film lovers across the US. Po Chi Fung, Susan Adams, and Sasquatch Mansfield are bringing together film photographers from across the world on August 1, 2020. Shoot a roll of your choice on that day, and submit your pictures to be part of a zine!
Weddings are challenging and magical on their own, but try adding to it the difficult but rewarding task of shooting them on Instant Film. That's the objective Gaby Jeter set to herself, offering her clients instant portraits of one of the most important moments of their lives.
In this series, we would feature local darkrooms and film labs where you could have your precious films processed or learn how to process them yourself! In this feature, we talked to Safelight Lab, a pillar of the analog scene on the West Coast that started as darkroom parties in Rob Cowan, the founder's apartment.
School supplies can be quite expensive, but not all of them have to be! Lomography loves both students and teachers, so we’re offering 35% off selected items! We want to support students and teachers, because we love life at university and we can’t wait to see the great creative outcome that will happen when students and teachers shoot with Lomography cameras! Please fill in the form and you will receive an email with your discount code.
The world may have slowed down due to the CoVid-19 pandemic but that doesn't mean your rolls of film should stay undeveloped for weeks! We pieced together a list of local film labs that are open to cater to your film developing needs.
Large format photography and skateboarding aren't your typical creative combination, but for Jenny Sampson, they are meant to go hand in hand. The slow and meticulous process of wet plates perfectly fits her portraits of female skateboarders for her book "Skater Girls", a sequel to her first book.
One of our resident photographers, Rob Detoyato, recently acquired a beaten up 4x5 Camera. On his quest to restore a 48-year-old Field Camera, he documented the painstaking process of replacing its damaged bellows. Here is a step-by-step account in case you would need to replace the bellows in your trusty Field Camera.