Last month's monchrome challenge, Granularity put the spotlight on photos that were made more eye-catching by visible film grains. There's no such thing as too much noise when it comes to these grainy yet aesthetically pleasing photos.
Grand Prize Winner:
Here's what the jury has to say about this photo:
A grainy photo finish suits photographs with a haunting atmosphere better. This winning photo by damianhovhannisyan definitely calls for gritty grains to complement its unmistakable film noir influence.
There's no rational explanation as to why any photographer has a favorite camera sometimes, especially when this camera is heavy and not the most practical for street photography. But for large format photographer Justin Borucki, his love for tintypes will make him forget all about the weight and size of the camera, tripod, and portable darkroom he carries all around!
Ukrainian-born Roman Boichuk, aka "rb_35mmfilm":https://www.instagram.com/rb_35mmfilm/ has been living in Frankfurt (Oder) on the German-Polish border for three years and has explored his city in a whole new way with the LomoChrome Purple film.
The arts have always been a way for Laetitia Mangala Instant to express herself but with the Lomo' Instant Wide, she took her work a notch further by focusing on women and their inner self. With the help of multiple exposures, the splitzer and the remote control, Laetitia opened a world of creation, exploring the female body in all its splendor.
The photographer Michel Leung Kut reveals a series of photos captured with the Diana Instant Square. In this interview, he discusses his passion for film photography, as well as his lovestory with our Diana cameras.
Through the photographs of Lomographer Igor Silaev, a.k.a. mahoney66, the okrug under the administration of Moscow offers the best of both worlds of sharp and clean modernity and the green lush ambiance.
Based on the West Coast, Zachary Sabac has mostly been shooting color film with a higher ISO, so trying out the Fantôme Kino ISO 8 was an exciting adventure that opened new doors of possibilities. Check out his video reviewing our latest black and white film!
We are delighted to have Taiwanese photographer Mingyang Ko to test our newly-launched LomoGraflok 4×5 Instant Back for large format cameras, Let's have a look at his large-scale works and his photographic journey along the way.