This year, along with the 25th anniversary of Lomography, we're also celebrating a decade of dreamy photographs courtesy of the darling Diana F+ camera! These past 10 years would not have been possible without all the Diana F+ lovers around the world who always take their camera everywhere they go!
In honor of all your magical images, we're pleased to announce the winners of the Diana F+: Three Cheers For Ten Years Winners. Not only will these winners have their photographs on the packaging of the camera, they’ll also take home a special anniversary edition of the Diana F+, which we'll reveal real soon!
Cheers to more many more years of capturing memories with the Diana F+! A big round of applause for our champs!
The photographer Michel Leung Kut reveals a series of photos captured with the Diana Instant Square. In this interview, he discusses his passion for film photography, as well as his lovestory with our Diana cameras.
When there’s a will, there’s a way. A date with the Diana Instant Square by Lomographer Jonathan Reinke, a.k.a. nonspecificscientific shows that even in the darkest times, there’s always some time for your analogue routine.
One of our resident photographers, Rob Detoyato, recently acquired a beaten up 4x5 Camera. On his quest to restore a 48-year-old Field Camera, he documented the painstaking process of replacing its damaged bellows. Here is a step-by-step account in case you would need to replace the bellows in your trusty Field Camera.
Straight from Detroit to the Rock'n'Roll world, CREEM Magazine has been a guide and a bible in terms of music. With its unique covers, famous features and profiles, and even crazier newsroom, CREEM was made by music fans for music fans. LomoAmigo Julia Khoroshilov snapped some CREEM shots with our Simple Use Disposable Camera and Lomo' Instant Square to celebrate the magazine's anniversary!
Disposable cameras, Instant film, and large format, Jason Kummerfeldt's tried it all on his Youtube channel Grainydays. A few years ago, he never thought we would shoot large format because of its imposing volume and size. But he eventually caved in, and after years of research for the perfect gear, made the leap into the world of large format!
Confinement didn't stop San Diego based photographer Michael Walrond from shooting film, on the contrary, it gave him the opportunity to explore the medium even more. With the help of his friend and artist Tiffany Cole, he shot a series through screens on film, that he, later on, cross-processed for an out-of-this reality vision.
I have a chance to see the work of Hut, the owner of the "Mostly Candid" page that tested our LomoChrome Metropolis film for portraits on social media. When I saw his works, I am very impressed. Because I feel that the photos can convey the identity of this film very well. Let's see his photos and know more about Hut through this article.
Our newest wide angle Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens is the perfect lens to get a full story in one frame. Documentary photographer Chrystofer Davis tried it out in the streets of New York for a larger-than-life angle through his camera.
The Fisheye camera shoots in a spherical shape, so a square frame just won’t so. Luckily, we have the Circle Cutter for your DIY needs. We’ll give you a few tips on how to perfectly showcase your spherical masterpieces.