Lomography is all about being different — about ignoring the rules, trying something new, and going with the wackier option. But even by our standards, our journey with Color Negative F²/400 is something pretty off the wall!
In 2010, we bought the last ever Jumbo Roll of original 400 ASA film from some renowned Italian filmmakers. Then, ever the ones to experiment, we left the film to age like fine wine in oak casks in the Czech Republic. Thankfully, our crazy instincts were rewarded — seven years later, we went back to discover that this fantastic film still produces refined colors with a beautifully unique tone. It’s Color Negative unlike any other and we’re so excited to share it with you!
There’s a only a very limited amount of this film available, so make sure you don’t miss out. Snap up some Color Negative F²/400 35mm film now at the Lomography Online Shop or a Gallery Store near you!
We sent some LomoChrome Purple film to some willing testers, including one of the Lomography community's pioneers, Stéphane Heinz (aka vicuna)! Read more about his experience with the film and how it fares against other color negative film.
We gave one of the very first hand spooled rolls of LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400 to our LomoAmiga Elénore Wismes! Embark on a seashore adventure with her photos and read about the photographer's first impressions of our brand new color negative film.
Rain or shine, just always take your camera with you wherever you go! LomoAmigo Joel Chua shows us how it's done with this lovely set of photos taken with the LC-A+ and Lomography Color Negative films.
Earlier this year, Lomography launched a new B&W Kino film in 35mm and 120 format. In partnership with the Penumbra Foundation, we held a workshop where participants were able to test out Lomography's new film on the streets of NYC and learn how to develop their own film. Check out more here.
The LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400 Colour Negative Film is a big surprise to all analogue lovers! We had a few test rolls when we developed the film and one of them is given to a Hong Kong photographer Travis Leung.
As the season of hearts and love come around this February, our own Lomographer Brett Allen Smith, a.k.a. brettallensmith narrates one of the nicest love stories out there using the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens, the Sprocket Rocket, Lomography Color Negative film, and Dubblefilm Moonstruck.
A new music video from the band Perdurabo & Shramm is shot with the LomoKino camera, using the Lomography Color Negative 400. Watch the film produced by Davide Arneodo and read our exclusive interview with the filmmaker here in the Magazine.
Italian-based photographer Nicola D’Orta recently shot a fashion series in Positano, one of the most beautiful places in South Italy, using our new film LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400, Nicola works as a portrait and fashion photographer. Here are his comments on the newest Lomography film - LomoChrome Metropolis!
The Met Gala is New York's biggest night of the year! Naturally, LomoAmigo Dan Bassini, who is known for hunting down celebrities for a photo on his point and shoot, did not miss this one either. See who he captured on Lomography Color Negative 800 at the Met Gala.
NYC-based street photographer Adam Powell took a trip to Suffolk, UK, a place he has plenty of fond, childhood memories of. With a grown up perspective and his camera in hand, he documented the familiar and yet foreign streets of Suffolk on Lomography Color Negative 800.