When we all get caught up in the heat of the summer, things just don't look the same as they were. Gone are the mundane atmospheres and welcome the aroma of passion, dreams, and feelings. Visualize them all with the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 for medium format.
Dreamers love them all in red -- when the scenery is stimulated with fiery colors. With washes of red, orange and yellow, the trademark redscale look, you'd be keeping all memories as vivid and eternal as the flames. Here are profound pictures and words to describe what it's like to see and feel red.
"A certain red affects your blood pressure." -- Henri Matisse, painter
“When we think of love, we always think of red, but when I think of love, I think of you instead.” -- Anthony T Hincks, author
"If a man sees a woman with red lipstick, he admires her, but often he won't feel like kissing her." -- Monica Bellucci, actress
“Looking up at that starry sky gave him the creeps: it was too big, too black. It was all too possible to imagine it turning blood-red, all too possible to imagine a Face forming in lines of fire.” -- Stephen King, "It", author
Immortalize everyday life's most evocative moments with the show-stopping black and white Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 Film. Available to preorder now with a 20% discount with estimated delivery of June 2020.
Deptford Northern Soul Club are a DJ duo who having been putting on parties all over the globe. We couldn't miss out on the fun so sent them some Simple Use Cameras and asked them to document some of their events and talk to us about what they do.
Bangkok-based photographer and musician Nopawach Gajajiva tested our latest black and white film, the Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 Film while in a park with his wife. Check out the results and his thoughts here.
In celebration of International Women's Month, we chose to reach out to incredible photographers with a unique talent. Annalisa is an Italian freelance documentary photographer, mainly inspired by social issues and their psychological consequences.
Throughout March, we highlight initiatives dedicated to women in photography. We talked with Polysème Magazine team, a publication that wants to legitimize the art practices, not only of women but also of transgender and of non-binary artists.