The great news of the upcoming revival of the Ektachrome film has got all film fans excited -- but in the meantime, let the Lomography X-Pro 200 satiate your cross-processing cravings.
The X-Pro slide film is a Lomo classic known for its superior, saturated palette fitting for cross-processing. Both available for the 35mm and medium format, the film promises brilliant hues even if you undergo multi-exposure. Don't even let the low light sensitivity fool you -- this film can take in subtle brightness as well as deep, rich contrasts and shadows -- no little detail goes missed.
Here's some exquisite samples of how the slide film can be used, taken by the Lomography community.
To celebrate 25 years of no rules, happy accidents, and analogue love, we teamed up with creatives around the world to spread love through photography. A series of LomoWall exhibitions brought different countries, cultures, and people together into colorful and artistic displays of images. Meet our final 25 Years of Lomography Category Award winners!
Have you ever wondered what people of the past used to do in places that stood the test of time? Architect and shooter Kerényi Zoltán will walk you through Budapest with his simple yet clever, time-traveling collages.
Eléonore Klar is the Editor-In-Chief of I Heart Magazine, which introduces its readers to different destinations and cultural scenes all over the world. She's member of the TEN AND ONE AWARDS jury for the second year in row.
Master of double exposures, Louis Dazy, crossed our path outside the world of photography: through music. After we came across his "Double Exposure"-playlist, we had an interesting chat with the Paris based artist about connecting photography with other forms of art.
For lomographer Ana Batrićević, shooting on film is a welcome break from her mostly digital work. With her grandfather's camera, she documents the world around her in nostalgic hues, a process that serves as a reminder of her childhood. Get to know our newcomer of the week in this interview.
Take your lenses off as we celebrate World Pinhole Day! Pay homage to the roots of photography by crafting our own pinhole cameras and taking dreamy pictures through the "tiny eye". To jumpstart this all-analogue experience, let's revisit some tipsters and interviews about the pinhole movement.
In Japanese aesthetics, the "floating world" refers to the vague world of beauty and transient feelings found in a picture. Such is with the photography of Sarolta Gyoker, whose images seem to be all too surreal to be ever found in gritty reality.