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.
Ellen Stagg is a fine art photographer who uses multiple exposures and the irreplicable character of film to her advantage to create captivating compositions and patterns in her photos. Her masterful eye and trust in the medium allows her to make something no digital camera could ever replicate.
Before, movies were only available in monochrome. Now, cinema seems to be having the best time with limitless colors, with zero plans to implement black and white aesthetic into their films, unless made by an auteur.
The world is your oyster! Paint your own wonderland in luminous shades of purple with the user-friendly, compact Lomography Simple Use Film Camera, pre-loaded with the beloved, cult-favorite LomoChrome Purple ISO 100 - 400: Psychedelic Color-Shifting Film.
The TEN AND ONE Annual Lomography Photo Awards is made up of 11 different categories. Through these 11 different categories — 10 unchanging and one modified every year to reflect contemporary global issues — we’re asking to see the world through your eyes and to share your experience as a human on this beautiful, bizarre and bewildering planet. Be mesmerized by these moody black and white photographs that took the top spot in our Monochrome category.
Throughout the years, this cult classic camera captivated many photography enthusiasts with its dainty looks and the dreamy photographs it took. It has been a constant companion that caused and captured many smiles.
Often we are told to read between the lines, but can we read between photographs? Denver-based photographer Carol Golemboski enchants us with her love for black and white film as she paints the world's unspoken metaphors.