As part of the celebrations for Singapore turning 50 years old, the Jubilee Walk was initiated by Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth. Singaporean Lomographers Damian Wong and Sandra Ong, one of Lomography's favorite couples, took the Jubilee Walk with the Lomo'Instant Wide and shared the experience through their analog blog.
The Jubilee Walk was designed to showcase Singapore's progress with the trail starting at the National Museum of Singapore and ending at the Marina Barrage.
Here are Damian and Sandra's Lomo'Instant Wide shots taken during their Jubilee Walk:
Michael, aka neneohcs, took advantage of the current silence in his hometown Vienna and took his camera on a "social distancing walk". We spoke with him about his thoughts on the series and the current situation.
Lomographer Flavia a.k.a. flaviaslick is unapologetic with her experimental analogue outbursts -- overloaded with passion and need to shoot with film, she always #ChooseToChallenge. Her LomoHome is becoming one of our favorite hangouts just to see what she's up to next!
Community member and avid camera collector Alla Dolgova (@dlgv) reviews the Lomo'Instant Wide and details her experience while capturing moments of her life. Known for their passion for experimentation and crazy cameras, the Lomographic community continues to bring film photography back to life. Lomo'Instant Wide has the creative possibilities of all Lomo cameras, but at the same time it is an instant – the finished picture appears in a few minutes.
The arts have always been a way for Laetitia Mangala Instant to express herself but with the Lomo' Instant Wide, she took her work a notch further by focusing on women and their inner self. With the help of multiple exposures, the splitzer and the remote control, Laetitia opened a world of creation, exploring the female body in all its splendor.
Celebrated artist and photographic pioneer William Klein shares his life, work, and thoughts on breaking the rules and boundaries of wide-angle instant photography with the Lomo'Instant Wide William Klein Edition.
Portrait photographer and avid YouTube reviewer Jimmy Cheng took the Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens out on a trip to a deserted London and talked to us about his first impressions of this ultra-wide lens.
Who better to test out the newest Lomography Art Lens Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens than Lomoamigo Erica Reade? With her affinity with light, wide blue skies and everything in between, the combination of her skills and our new, wide, sharp lens is a match made in heaven!
Home is on the road, with some musicians, face masks, and a couple of rolls of film to capture it all, for music photographer Paige Sara. We talked to her about her analog journey, from photographing her mom's garden to touring the US.
It took a quarantine of Isabel Malia to try out film photography, after years of working with digital, but analogue certainly didn't disappoint her. With her pursuit of light and details, she gives a personal dimension to any typical landscape, creating a portrait out of a single building with some Lomography CN 400.
Sydney-based artist and photographer Perry Carbonell’s knack for the notable and oblique perspectives become even more detailed with the ultra-wide angle treatment from Lomography’s new Atoll Ultra-Wide Angle 17 mm f/2.8 Art Lens.
Lomographer Mike Allison, a.k.a. Mike Allison, returns to Lomography Magazine to share his recent test-runs with his analogue tools and equipment, this time with the scenic views of the Wasatch Mountain Ranges in Utah.