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.
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.
We sent the New Petzval 80.5 mm f/1.9 MKII Art Lens to Andrej Russkovskij who tested it out with some LomoChrome Purple around the quiet streets of Berlin for his latest
B L N K D Z #meettheberlinkids project.
School supplies can be quite expensive, but not all of them have to be! Lomography loves both students and teachers, so we’re offering 35% off selected items! We want to support students and teachers, because we love life at university and we can’t wait to see the great creative outcome that will happen when students and teachers shoot with Lomography cameras! Please fill in the form and you will receive an email with your discount code.
Olivia Bossert is a photographer, storyteller, and mentor who runs a series of courses to help people kickstart their own creative careers. We sent her the New Petzval 80.5 mm f/1.9 MKII Art Lens and some Lomography film to test out.
Siberian born photographer Anna Rakhvalova creates dreamlike portraits that are drenched in mystery and glamour. We sent her the New Petzval 80.5 mm f/1.9 MKII Art Lens which she used to make a series of photos and a video.
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.
For Manila based photographer Coeli Jimenez, a photograph lives beyond its border. By photographing the Instant shots she snapped with the Lomo’ Instant Automat and the Diana Instant Square in an elaborate and planned background, she created photographs within photos!
For Los Angeles based photographer Angela Izzo, isolation was another opportunity to explore her surreal word, while maintaining social distance. Shooting with her Diana Mini, the Fisheye, the Sprocket Rocket, and a Holga, loaded with Berlin Kino 400 film, she created ethereal black and white portraits of her friends, giving them a unique aura and mood.