With the Lomography Color Negative 800, you can practice your color theory know-how and be like the revered American photographer and color pioneer William Eggleston His signature is very distinguishable -- he sees the beauty in the normal, everyday things, capturing them without pretension. He takes photographs in a documentarian fashion, without the overbearing weight of urgency. His colors bring the mundane to life.
Both available in 35mm and 120, the Color Negative 800 is a versatile stock that will capture anything, everything of the heart's desire, be it low light or fast subjects.
Here are some Lomographs that revere the aesthetic of the master photographer.
Celebrated artist and photographic pioneer William Klein shares his life, work, and thoughts on breaking the rules and boundaries of wide-angle instant photography with the Lomo'Instant Wide William Klein Edition.
Do you find creativity to be an even more hard nut to crack in times of isolation? Whether you like to fly solo and explore the surroundings with your camera, or you enjoy working in the company of your other pals – we understand, 2020 was not easy. But we can always fight back, can’t we?
"The 4x5 camera imposes a slowness, a certain way to look." – We discussed with French photographer Ambroise Tézenas to know more about his photo documentary practice and his use of the large format camera. Learn more about the photographer and his usage of this technique in our interview.
The LomoChrome Film Series, Are color negative films with color palettes unique to Lomography that also possess an extended ISO range of 100-400. In this photo comparison article, we'll show you the subtle color shifts when you shoot our LomoChrome film in different ISO settings.
Give Brooklyn-based photographer Emmanuel Rosario some film, a camera, and some friends, and you can be sure he's going to come back with rolls of beautiful stolen moments. On the set of Thibault Leveque's short film "Nevada", he snapped some behind-the-scenes with his Lomo LC-A+.
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.
The poetic performative photographs of "The City is a Choreography" by Melissa Schriek can now be flipped through the pages, and the artist is back with Lomography Magazine to share the behind-the-scenes story of self-publishing for the very first time this International Women's Day.
Simon Gerlinger is a photography student at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund. Here he tells us about analogue photography, how it can be used to look behind the scenes. He also talks about his latest project "See you soon, or Sometime".