Aside from being the reigning queen of soft medium format squares, the Diana F+ proves its versatility with its ability to shoot endless panorama. With or without the panoramic mask, allow your squares to overlap and form an oddly charming panoramic image! For inspiration, here are some awesome Diana F+ endless panoramas shot by your fellow Lomographers!
Lomography’s leading lady has been at the forefront of the analogue world for ten tremendous years, and now the Diana F+ is back with a brand new anniversary look. Inspired by classic 1960s American diners, our darling new Diana F+ 10 Years of Diana Edition promises to rock your socks off with its funky matte red and pastel blue design, complete with a rockin’ retro gold lens! Pick up your favorite new analogue companion at the Online Shop, or a Gallery Store near you!
Stewart Weir headed to the beach to capture nature in its purest form using the LC-A 120 and some Berlin Kino 120 film. He shared with us his experience shooting with this medium format compact camera.
With its heavy structure and fragile ground glass, large format photography can be an intimidating medium. But for photographer and biologist Joanna Reniewicz, large-format made her persevere and work with the camera to achieve an image she's proud of.
Beyond what the lens captures, there is more photography for Ben Parks. Shooting large format for decades, his relationship with the medium only grows stronger each time he shoots. With the LomoGraflok 4×5 Instant Back, he shot his surreal landscape shots on Instax wide, and the result is as magical as you would expect from him.
A passion for people, a love for her city, and a lot of trial and errors with cameras pushed Beirut based photographer Sama Beydoun to carry her camera around all the time capturing her surroundings. With the versatility of "La Sardina", Sama has photographed her city, friends, and family, from dusk 'til dawn, night to day, and mountains to the sea.
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.
Tsutomu Umezawa says that he usually shoots with color negatives such as portrait project #It Girly. We asked him to shoot with the LomoGraflok 4x5 Instant Back, which allows you to enjoy Instax Wide Film with a 4x5 large format camera.
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.
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!
With a passion for still and moving image since he was a child growing up in Chicago, it's no wonder Jacob Carlson became a photographer and filmmaker. Now based out of Brooklyn, Jacob has experimented with different cameras and photographic medium, so who better to try the new Hydrochrome Sutton's Panoramic Belair Camera!
A regular 35 mm frame is not enough for photographer Franklin Ruiz, and neither are usual scans. With his Sprocket Rocket, he captures mind blowing landscapes and scans them as part of contact sheets that carry you away from the daily grind to beautiful landscapes.