Every once in a while, there's a photograph that makes you do a double back. That's just one of the makings of a memorable photograph. Here in the community, we're proud to say that we've got more than a few! We've come up with a small compilation of Lomographs that made us laugh out loud, swoon, wide-eyed, and then some. Let's celebrate Lomography's 25 years with 25 of the most eye-catching photographs from our beloved community!
Got some more photos to add to our collection? Let us know down below. Comment on this post and share the good vibes all around!
Have you submitted your shots yet? Help us create a global photography exhibition by sending us your top shots of your favorite places and signing up to construct your very own LomoWall. Keep an eye on the official 25 Years of Lomography site and make sure you’re following us on social media, too. From parties to exhibitions to giveaways and more, there are tons of festivities still to come!
Is the Lomo Lab Services out of your reach? We ask three of our Lomographers from the Community, therover, flamingoid and spiritfire, of their most trusted film laboratories when they process their Lomography films.
One of our Golden Rules in the Community tells us to bring our camera everywhere we go. Well, these two photographers took that rule to heart and brought their large format camera into an underground tunnel to take, develop, and print a photograph of colossal proportions.
To celebrate Women's Month, we caught up with photographer Verónica Sanchís Bencomo, curator and founding member of the platform Foto Féminas, a project that seeks to publish photographic work of women from South America and The Caribbean.
Community member kingfood_0505 makes a quick side-by-side comparison of our beloved Lomochrome films! Here is a visual comparison between the LomoChrome Purple and LomoChrome Metropolis from a Lomographer's perspective!
Director, photographer, and filmmaker are a few different caps that Richie Duque wore over the past few years. With his cinematographic eye, we asked Richie to test the New Petzval 80.5 mm f/1.9 MKII Art Lens, our latest addition to our Art Lenses.
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.
With an online shop as well as pop-up stores in NYC and L.A. "For Your Guest Bathroom" has taken on the mission to provide affordable pieces of art as well as to bring film photographs back from our Instagram gallery to the walls in our homes.
Through their project "The Power of Faces," Daniel Farber Huang and Theresa Menders photographed refugees across the world to provide them with physical family photos they otherwise may not have. Check out our interview about their amazing project here.
NYC-based street photographer Adam Powell took a trip to Suffolk, UK, a place he has plenty of fond, childhood memories of. With a grown up perspective and his camera in hand, he documented the familiar and yet foreign streets of Suffolk on Lomography Color Negative 800.
LA-based photographer Beth Saravo recently tested out our film while traveling in Korea, Japan, and Australia. Though she mostly works in the realm of music photography, Beth shows us more intimate moments of what exploring the world on tour is really like.