Loaded with grainy Lady Grey ISO 400 35mm film, the Simple Use Film Camera Black and White will be your gateway to stunning monochrome shots. Its analogue madness made easy indeed! This new pre-loaded disposable camera works like a charm when you’re shooting street photographs or your crazy fun times with friends and family. No need to adjust for anything. Capture what inspires you right off the bat.
Play around with shadows. Line up your shots. Be crazy with your angles. Do whatever your creativity dictates with this super simple and easy-to-use disposable camera.
Black and white has always been part of documentary photographer Dannah Gottlieb's photographical lexicon, but never with an ISO as low as the new Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 Film. She gave the new film a spin in Brooklyn's urban DUMBO neighborhood, playing around with the city's lines and lights.
For Los Angeles based photographer Angela Izzo, isolation was another opportunity to explore her surreal word, while maintaining social distance. Shooting with her Diana Mini, the Fisheye, the Sprocket Rocket, and a Holga, loaded with Berlin Kino 400 film, she created ethereal black and white portraits of her friends, giving them a unique aura and mood.
Exploring his neighborhood along with his camera and some Lomography Color Negative 400, Dan Bassini documented a summer different than what the city is used to. With all his photos together, he created "Cruel Summer" a book with some stolen moments from a frozen time.
Ben Liu is a well-loved member of the Lomography community who used to work at the Embassy Store in Taipei and is now the founder of B Shutter Workshop. We sent him the HydroChrome Sutton's Belair to test out and he shared with us some valuable tips and encourages us all to try out the B-mode.
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.
Last February, Amandine Besacier visited Detroit in stormy weather with our Black and White film Berlin Kino. A Member of the Studio Hans Lucas, the French photographer comes back to that experience in this glacial article.