Here's another analogue soup to concoct from photographer Polina Washington: noodle soup.
The preparations are very simple -- just add all the ingredients in the packet mixed with the noodles (vegetable, spices, etc), then soak the film as long as you can -- preferably several hours or a full day for special effects that stand out.
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.
The LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400 Colour Negative Film is a big surprise to all analogue lovers! We had a few test rolls when we developed the film and one of them is given to a Hong Kong photographer Travis Leung.
Being happy to be along for the ride is probably one of the best feelings there is. Our LomoAmigo Justino Blake yet again brings us with him on his adventures. This time, he shows us the mystique of the land down under — Australia.
We gave one of the very first hand spooled rolls of LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400 to our LomoAmiga Elénore Wismes! Embark on a seashore adventure with her photos and read about the photographer's first impressions of our brand new color negative film.
Known for her visual portraits of women archetypes, photographer Marianna Rothen is back with her new book and series "Mail Order", where she deconstructs the female Hollywood icon and sex symbol with an unexpected co-star.
Paul Mckay is a UK-based photographer who has been a part of the Lomography community for years. He runs Analogue Wonderland and recently set up "LomoMonth" in celebration of all things analogue. As part of the celebrations, Paul shared his experience in shooting with the Simple Use Camera.
French photographer and software engineer Agathe Savonet narrates her experiences she navigates through side streets and passageways across Paris with the new Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens in this chapter of Lomogon Stories.
Here's how analogue gear tinkerer, repairman and photographer Pierro Pozella took the reformulated Berlin Kino 400 film to another level of cinematic goodness through a special, customized anamorphic optic.
Take nothing but pictures, kill nothing but time. Photographer and adventurer-at-heart Anne Hollond did so much of both and she was kind enough to share the tale with us with this recap of her latest journey!
When it comes to supporting the film community, Lanna is a true angel. She's running a photo collective, working on educational programs with Brooklyn Central and supporting Lomography in all our endeavors. Now it's time to pay tribute to her personal work with her first self-published zine "Weekends".
Pernille Sandberg, a 25-year-old photographer from Denmark, based between Berlin and Copenhagen working in the fields of fashion, portrait, and art. She is currently working from her studio in Oslo. Her recent project, shot with Berlin Kino Film and Earl Grey, is about encapsulating the emotions present in her life and the lives of the women around her.
Film director and producer Scott Crary has been shooting with the LC-A+ for over two decades. Today he is sharing an exclusive LC-A+ project him and his wife have been working on. It is a visual love-letter to analog photography, the beauty of sharing memories and to love itself.