There's just no other perfect time to go and take out the great outdoors than in springtime. The best memories come from exploring, discovering the world and spending quality time with friends and loved ones, a unified conquest of the world.
Here, our adventurers from Lomography documented their time as campers in the nostalgic quality of analogue and film.
The New Petzval 80.5 MKII Art lens is finally out! Come join us for bokeh hunting with our Hong Kong team member Rachel, who preserves memories of her outings with her pals through the New Petzval 80.5 MKII Art lens, using its artistic blur to bring nostalgia and warmth to each portrait.
Lomographer Flavia a.k.a. flaviaslick is unapologetic with her experimental analogue outbursts -- overloaded with passion and need to shoot with film, she always #ChooseToChallenge. Her LomoHome is becoming one of our favorite hangouts just to see what she's up to next!
In light of the COVID-19, a closed door becomes more than just an icon of unavailability. Lomographer Dave Sowerby invokes melancholy as he shoots fronts and doors of hopefully temporarily closed establishments that once defined normal lives in Glasgow.
As international travels and movement remain restricted and limited, let's feast our eyes through film photographs of our favourite places. We check out Lomographer cucoanalogo a.k.a. Macarena's analogue shots of Santiago, Perú before the pandemic.
As the COVID-19 pandemic obliges us to stay in our homes, we look for inspiration from Lomographer David Allen's (a.k.a. dbloomsday) darkroom composites on how we can make the most of our time through our art.
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.
Looking for a quick way to spice up your analogue adventures on your free time? Try out this nifty tutorial from photographer Ben Cushwa. You'll learn to love your 35mm shots even more, sprockets and all!
Rex is a Photographer based in Hong Kong. He loves traveling through city streets. His Sprocket Rocket served as his travel companion to Thailand, Spain, Taiwan, the U.S., Vietnam, and of course, Hong Kong, capturing countless memories with the camera's panoramic lens and sprocket holes.
Juan Antonio Hoyos, a.k.a. Antonio Castello, took his LC-A+'s on a bike trip from Rotterdam to Berlin, documenting abandoned towns and structures. Follow his journey through his analogue photographs in this article.
"Photography allows to express and document all the problems linked to our society. This medium enables us to struggle and to be activists. " — Meet the artist Océane Feld through her new series shot with our color-shifting film!