The time we spend with our beloved ones is truly precious, and moments we capture along the way always remind us of it. There are some particularly special days when we just want to take photos until there is no film left. We want to cherish those memories and keep those moments forever.
Even if it's your wedding day and just want to have an awesome selfie with your significant other, or you want to capture your kid's first steps and show it to your family and friends, then you should wait no more. Lomography's bringing you the ultimate Lomo'Instant Square which allows you to take stunning shots and share them instantly with the people closest to you.
Being a long-time instant photography lover, Italian film director Greg Ferro took the Lomo'Instant Square along with him when traveling at Venice Beach, as the beloved eccentric atmosphere of the unique Californian location particularly inspires him.
We entrusted photographer Marta Bevacqua with our Lomo'Instant Square camera to capture her trip to the Svalbard islands. She takes us to an archipelago she always dreamed about and tells us about this unique experience...
Life is always in the fast lane. Many moments are fleeting and unappreciated, like the haste sway of a skirt, or the tendrils being blown by the wind. The Lomo'Instant Square captures all those subtleties.
LomoAmigo and music photographer Sophia Ragomo chats with us about her inspirations, working with bands, and her experience with the Lomo'Instant Square. She's always getting Instant photos signed in amazing ways, and the Instant Square is no exception!
We collected some of the latest LomoKino films so far for your viewing pleasure. So sit back, relax and reminisce, as fleeting moments are captured and forever visualized with the LomoKino. The smallest things in life should be held precious -- show that in the analogue way.
March is Women's History Month and we want to take a closer look at the wonderful women behind cameras. Lauren Lepore loves capturing true NYC moments to last in her photos beyond the existence of people and places. We talked to her about her thoughts on "controversial" work and the depiction of women in photography.