What does it mean to be Hitchcockian? A climactic plot twist. A platinum blonde woman. Mistrustful people. Fears and phobias. Darkness for doom. Iconic landmarks. Suspenseful visuals. And a whole lot more.
Be wary of this qualities and pair them with Lomography Earl Grey B&W. At 100 ISO, it's certain to achieve the low-light, dark mood as popularized by Alfred Hitchcock.
Caroline Ruffault makes us travel with her on the mystical lands of the Native Americans with the B&W 100 35 mm Potsdam Kino film. The French photographer offers us a glimpse of their contemplative and spiritual experience in black and white.
Earlier this year, Lomography launched a new B&W Kino film in 35mm and 120 format. In partnership with the Penumbra Foundation, we held a workshop where participants were able to test out Lomography's new film on the streets of NYC and learn how to develop their own film. Check out more here.
Life is an endless well of inspiration. Knowing where to look and what to look for can open new doors to any creative. Take a hint from the photographs of creative partners Laura Perucci and Matteo with their colorful images captured on film.
With an online shop as well as pop-up stores in NYC and L.A. "For Your Guest Bathroom" has taken on the mission to provide affordable pieces of art as well as to bring film photographs back from our Instagram gallery to the walls in our homes.
Deptford Northern Soul Club are a DJ duo who having been putting on parties all over the globe. We couldn't miss out on the fun so sent them some Simple Use Cameras and asked them to document some of their events and talk to us about what they do.
Bangkok-based photographer and musician Nopawach Gajajiva tested our latest black and white film, the Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 Film while in a park with his wife. Check out the results and his thoughts here.