Let yourself dream for a while and become the filmmaker you always wanted to be with the Lomography Oktomat. This unique camera lets you get experimental with your own ideas of motion and action photography. This was how historical filmmakers nailed cinema. Explore the world of physics through stop-motion photography like the great moving image pioneer Eadward Muybridge. No need to worry about apertures and shutter speed, they're fixed at f8 and 1/100, just pair it with your favorite 35mm and you're good to go.
In this series of articles, we aim to shed light on photographers of color who have been photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. Henry Keith III did not think twice before photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. It was a reflex, a duty, and a responsibility for him to record History in the making.
One of the beautiful things about photography is its ability to get across not just messages but feelings as well. The work of Polish photographer Natalia Golebiewska will do just that with every frame.
After moving back to Minnesota during the pandemic, Martin Blanco found himself photographing the Black Lives Matter movement from the epicenter of the protests. With some Lomography Color Negative 100 ISO, he shot the message people wanted to deliver, as well as the physical aftermath of those protests and the impact and symbolism they left behind.
A regular 35 mm frame is not enough for photographer Franklin Ruiz, and neither are usual scans. With his Sprocket Rocket, he captures mind blowing landscapes and scans them as part of contact sheets that carry you away from the daily grind to beautiful landscapes.
Art has always been a part of New York City-based photographer Lauren Lepore's life. Mixing collage and photography, she just created her second zine 'Intimately Disposable'. You can also get a chance to win Lauren's zine by joining the giveaway!
In this series of articles, we aim to shed light on photographers of color who have been photographing the Black Lives Matter protests. Chris Cook has shot historical scenes, as well as more intimate stolen moments, with some Berlin Kino, in an effort to document what an upheaval in America's history.
Our newest wide angle Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens is the perfect lens to get a full story in one frame. Documentary photographer Chrystofer Davis tried it out in the streets of New York for a larger-than-life angle through his camera.
Tsutomu Umezawa says that he usually shoots with color negatives such as portrait project #It Girly. We asked him to shoot with the LomoGraflok 4x5 Instant Back, which allows you to enjoy Instax Wide Film with a 4x5 large format camera.
The photographer Michel Leung Kut reveals a series of photos captured with the Diana Instant Square. In this interview, he discusses his passion for film photography, as well as his lovestory with our Diana cameras.
We had a chat with Maxim, founder of the Intrepid Camera Company, on his thoughts about large-format photography, and analogue photography, in general, as well as his impressions about the new LomoGraflok 4x5 Instant Back.