We've been given the honor to enjoy the gifts and wonders of the Roman earth goddess Terra, ocean god Oceanus and the sky god Caelus to humanity. Have you caught some lingering nymphs or sprites near flowing rivers or oak trees? What about the spirits of Romulus and Remus under the full moon?
We believe that these Lomographs from the community are more than just picturesque coincidences. There's an unknown force and presence behind these photos.
We human beings are social by nature. With the pandemic, this aspect of our lives have been severely limited. Here, Lomographer Francesca Agostino, a.k.a. fragostille, helps us how we can turn to art and analogue photography to keep us busy.
Through the lens of the camera, the world expands and more stories of humanity and experiences are immortalized in capsules of time. We turn to Lomographer and skater Zairre Wright to share his narrative on skater culture in this new interview series.
Lomographer, designer and professional skateboarder Satoru Taguchi sends a message to analogue souls to connect with their humanity through his self-designed Simple Use Reloadable Film Camera Challenger Edition, preloaded with the surreal tones of the LomoChrome Purple film.
Photographer Benjamin Arias seamlessly digitized his photos now with a flatbed scanner -- but with the Lomography Digitaliza, a DSLR camera and a light table! Discover his advice and photos taken with our 120 films.
The future of film lives on with these local businesses and services that are pushing the analogue way forward. We're chatting with Dinesh and Allamaprabhu, the father and son of the India-based Film Foto Store for their story on bearing the torch of analogue in their local film community scene.
Martt, aka analog.martt is a photographer from Brazil who now lives and works in Germany. In this interview, Martt talks about his journey with analogue photography and his series 'Variazioni sulla Baviera' which he shot on LomoChrome Purple among others.
After thousands of years and throughout its ancient history, the city of Samsun has also changed. But one thing remains the same – it remains one of the most important cities in Turkey. Allow Lomographer Ruya Kurt to be our artistic travel guide to the city.