Pause a horror movie and you're bound to see these spine-tingling scenes. Faces smudged with blood, creepy dolls that seem to watch your every move, and clowns who found humor in menacing children. But sometimes movies are not enough. Halloween comes and lomographers go on a ghost haunt armed with their film cameras and a loot bag of timeless photo tricks. Blurs for ghostly motion, high contrast black and white for a chilling effect, and double exposure for hybrid creatures. A strange, fun, and absurd celebration of what we fear the most.
Most venues will have a huge in caps policy for "NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY" but when the only lights you have are on stage or just a light bulb in a basement or coffee shop, how do you capture a good exposure? These are the tips and tricks for shooting great photos with little to no light and no flash.
Do you live in Sopot, Poland or are currently visiting this city? Don't miss this chance to meet up with fellow film photographers in this LomoWalk organized by Community Member Max Stevens (@mtsteve)!
February dawns on us, bringing love with it. The days remain cold outside, but slightly warmer within as it's the month of love. If the year kicked off harder than expected, or if your Mondays haven't been turning out too eventful as you wished, always remember you're not alone.
We want to hear from you about your journey in analogue. Do you have a favourite Lomography or analogue camera that changed the way you take photos? Did it launch your career? Find out how to share your story here.
With a super-wide camera such as the Sprocket Rocket, you can shoot cool panoramic photos —
rocking a totally analogue look of sprocket holes adorning the sides of the film strip. Sneak a peek into the coolest sprocket snaps taken by the Community!