Double exposures will always have a place in any Lomographer's heart so we should all make room for the works of Louis Dazy. These beautiful images are the results of passion and experimentation. There's no way to tell how a shot will look like until it's developed and printed but Louis makes it look like he's got it all dialed down to a complete science.
One look at these photographs and you'll know that Louis and his subjects are all free spirits. They wander, experience new things, just live in the moment. Louis is particularly adept at creating images that capture energy and emotion while maintaining a keen eye for details, framing, and focus.
In light of the COVID-19, a closed door becomes more than just an icon of unavailability. Lomographer Dave Sowerby invokes melancholy as he shoots fronts and doors of hopefully temporarily closed establishments that once defined normal lives in Glasgow.
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.
Surprises are always waiting in the next frame. You just need to keep winding that film until you reach the end of the roll. See these beautiful and nostalgic scenes from Octavio Garcia's visual diary.
Photographer and founder of the Camera of the Month Club, Erica Reade talked to us about the importance of women fighting for their space, uncomfortable conversations, and why photography is more important than science in high school.
We talked with French photographer Caroline Ruffaut after she came back from a walk by the sea and she shared her pictures with soft bokeh with us. Her Seaside photos are taken with the Petzval 55 mm and it's almost like they were blowing a nice and light breeze.
Art has always been a part of New York City-based photographer Lauren Lepore's life. Mixing collage and photography, she just created her second zine 'Intimately Disposable'. You can also get a chance to win Lauren's zine by joining the giveaway!
We spoke to Michael Behlen about his magazine, Analog Forever, which celebrates the unique and physical qualities of film photography. The magazine will launch on November 8th at SF Camerawork, so check out more about their first print issue, as well as a giveaway, below!
Film photography has always been as much about the subject as it is about the medium for Beirut based photographer Mahmoud Baayoun. His series "Juvenile," shot on Lomogaphy 800 takes a closer look at a prison in Lebanon, to try and bring to life the harsh reality of life in prison.
BYOF – Bring your own film, is a project started by three film lovers across the US. Po Chi Fung, Susan Adams, and Sasquatch Mansfield are bringing together film photographers from across the world on August 1, 2020. Shoot a roll of your choice on that day, and submit your pictures to be part of a zine!
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.