It's time to make memories under April showers. Budding May roses, subtle sunlight, the great outdoors, friends, loved ones -- definitely the perfect season to capture the fleeting moments.
Achieve the memorabilia-esque style of your photographic keepsakes with the Holga 120 Wide Pinhole Camera, which amplifies everything you love and adore about the cult-fave Holga. Those coveted vignettes and smartly cornered blurs will surely make your photographs insta-vintage.
Discover 10 different photo-techniques that you can do with the Lomo'Instant Wide and its creative features! Use the ultra wide-angle lens, double-expose, or use a studio flash, this camera gives you endless possibilities.
Do you plan to become a master of the Lomographic aesthetic? Say no more! With the help and expertise of our seasoned Lomographers, we created this guide on where to start your Lomographic journey with.
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.
UK-based photographer Garry Jones loaded LC-A+ camera with some Berlin Kino B&W Film and took the opportunity to use it whenever he could. The results are a series of varied and candid photos capturing street and live music photography in various locations.
The photos we take aren't just fragments of the past, they can also be used to tell stories that we can always get back to. In this installment of In Depth, we take a look into the role of photography in writing a narrative with images.
UK-based Kurt Fletcher accidentally discovered Lomography and has been experimenting with the LomoChrome Purple film and the Fisheye 2 camera. He's even used some of his photos as artwork for his band Rapor. We talked to him about his journey into film photography.
We talked with French photographer Caroline Ruffaut after she came back from a walk by the sea and she shared her pictures with soft bokeh with us. Her Seaside photos are taken with the Petzval 55 mm and it's almost like they were blowing a nice and light breeze.
Long overdue, we welcome one of the busiest men of the photography community on the Lomography Magazine: Dan Rubin. Check out what he has to say about his photos of Kristina Ross in NYC with the LomoChrome Metropolis.
For the closing event of the Festival of New Masculinity, photographer Dean Chalkey set up "Looking for Men", an exhibition at the Book Club in London. On the day he set himself the challenge of photographing the first 100 visitors to the show with the Lomo'Instant Wide camera.
Photographer Andrea Mejía, also known as Andchinaski, explores the wide tonal range and fine grains of our monochrome film B&W 100 35 mm Potsdam Kino in her new photo series "Where Dreams Meet with Nightmares".