It's all right, we all share that collective feeling of laziness. We just want to do nothing but eat, sleep, stare at the abyss, see if some weird colors pop out of nowhere and infer various 'eureka!' ideas from nothing. In a perfect world, this would surely work.
But leave the daydreaming to us for now as we visualize the sights from your morning eyes through our Monday Moodboard.
In this series, we would feature local darkrooms and film labs where you could have your precious films processed or learn how to process them yourself! Under California's sunny palm trees, Darkroom Lab has been standing tall and proud for more than 50 years now. Its manager, Curt, walked us through the store's history.
In this series, we would feature local darkrooms and film labs where you could have your precious films processed or learn how to process them yourself! In this feature, we talked to Safelight Lab, a pillar of the analog scene on the West Coast that started as darkroom parties in Rob Cowan, the founder's apartment.
I have a chance to see the work of Hut, the owner of the "Mostly Candid" page that tested our LomoChrome Metropolis film for portraits on social media. When I saw his works, I am very impressed. Because I feel that the photos can convey the identity of this film very well. Let's see his photos and know more about Hut through this article.
Photographer Christian Heidebur indulges into the lavish, psychedelic purple palette of the LomoChrome Purple film with photographs and multiple-exposures of the urban and natural landscapes and elements.
Photographer Benjamin Arias seamlessly digitized his photos now with a flatbed scanner -- but with the Lomography Digitaliza, a DSLR camera and a light table! Discover his advice and photos taken with our 120 films.