Con il Lomography Color Negative 800, puoi mettere in pratica le tue conoscenze sui colori, ispirandoti al fotografo americano e pionere della fotografia a colori William Eggleston.
Il suo stile è subito riconoscibile: vede la bellezza nelle cose quotidiani e normali, catturandole senza presunzione. Documenta con stile, senza quella sensazione di urgenza. E soprattutto, i suoi colori danno vita alla "noia" del quotidiano.
Disponibile in 35mm and 120, il Color Negative 800 è un rullino versatile che immortala qualsiasi cosa il tuo cuore desideri, anche in condizioni di scarsa illuminazione o con soggetti in movimento.
Qui alcune foto lomografiche che richiamano l'estetica del maestro.
Yorkshire-based photographer Louise Westbrooke has been making the most of the lockdown period by shooting the parks and gardens on her doorstep using the LC-A 120. She talked to us about this series and her love for medium format.
Our new series 5+1 includes short yet comprehensive tipsters from the clever out-of-the-box creatives in Lomography that will enrich everyone! This time, we have artist Chiara Dondi tell us her personal tips and tricks on coloring black and white photographs by hand.
School supplies can be quite expensive, but not all of them have to be! Lomography loves both students and teachers, so we’re offering 35% off selected items! We want to support students and teachers, because we love life at university and we can’t wait to see the great creative outcome that will happen when students and teachers shoot with Lomography cameras! Please fill in the form and you will receive an email with your discount code.
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.
The future of film lives on with these local businesses and services that are pushing the analogue way forward. We're chatting with Dinesh and Allamaprabhu, the father and son of the India-based Film Foto Store for their story on bearing the torch of analogue in their local film community scene.