The truly lovable Diana F+ is a wonder when it comes to versatility. It can shoot squares, 35mm, and even on instant film with just a quick change of the accessory. This is one reason the Diana F+ is such a charmer!
We love jumping over fences and boundaries and the Diana F+ is one of the ultimate proofs of that. Living by the Lomographic code, you're bound to do some crazy and unexpected things, that's why we created the different backs and accessories to elevate everyone's shooting experience. The Diana F+ is a perfect example of spontaneity and playfulness regardless of the format. Let these fun 35mm and instant snaps show you how to have a good time with the lovely Diana+ 35mm Back and Diana+ Instant Back!
Photos taken with the Diana F+ and Diana 35mm Back
Photos taken with the Diana F+ and Diana Instant Back
There's no rational explanation as to why any photographer has a favorite camera sometimes, especially when this camera is heavy and not the most practical for street photography. But for large format photographer Justin Borucki, his love for tintypes will make him forget all about the weight and size of the camera, tripod, and portable darkroom he carries all around!
Every film photography enthusiast in Hong Kong would have heard of the infamous local film processing service – Megatoni Production. We are delighted to have one of the owners, Tony, to share his large-format photography journey with us. Let’s enjoy some of Tony's best works for urban photography!
Any restoration project is a labor of love, (and frustration). In this article, one of our resident photographers, Rob Detoyato, documents his first-ever attempt in restoring a 48-year-old 4x5 field camera!
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!
Lomographer Silvia Laddaga a.k.a. laddy_s lives her creative analogue life freely as she goes out of her way to put play and experiment around her tools like a curious scientist looking for infinite possibilities.
You're most likely to discover random photos and other miscellaneous objects during Spring cleaning. You might still find them useful for making analogue projects, so don't be in a rush to toss them out. Here, we bring you a few ideas if you're in a productive mood!
When two fellow Lomographers come together for some shoots, the result is always breathtaking. Lauren Ruth Ward and Angela Izzo's shots of each other on the La Sardina, Diana, and Lomo Instant Wide perfectly reflect their signature style, romantic and psychedelic like their own personalities.
Do you find creativity to be an even more hard nut to crack in times of isolation? Whether you like to fly solo and explore the surroundings with your camera, or you enjoy working in the company of your other pals – we understand, 2020 was not easy. But we can always fight back, can’t we?
Working straight out of Capitol Hill, NBC producer and reporter Frank Thorp V carries around a film camera while on his day job, and not any camera: a large format Speed Graphic. Shooting large format taught Frank how to slow down and weight each shot even if it's in the midst of an impeachment.
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!