We're a small community so we help our own. One of our community members is looking for respondents for his study. He's currently studying the possibility of creating a do-it-yourself color film developing method. Not only will it be for everyone -- beginner or expert film photographer/enthusiast, it also aims to be more efficient and economical. Another plus is that it can all be done in the comfort of your own homes.
If you're interested in the idea, the survey can be found here. It won't take much out of your time and you get to help a fellow film fan and Lomographer in need.
Sammy Arschavir is currently in his final year as a Product Design Engineering student at the Glasgow School of Art and University of Glasgow. Like you, he's also a fan of analogue photography and is an avid Lomographer. By participating in the survey, you'll not only help him on his project to develop an efficient and economical home film processing method but also the whole film community as well.
Attention Lomographers everywhere! Amanda Iargas is a Master student in Sociology in Brazil and she's researching about the Lomography community and its contemporary social relations all over the world. We'd love to invite the you all to help her out by answering and sharing this questionnaire!
Tom Olejnik runs a magazine called FIX that helps promote film photography. We were fascinated to hear more about his project so gave him a Sprocket Rocket to shoot with and asked him about his inspirational magazine.
Lomographer ajnguyen picks up photography as a hobby to take a break from the rigid rules of his job as a multidisciplinary designer. Here, our community newcomer from Saigon talks briefly about his passion for the analogue.
Jon, aka jonkersey, is a community member bringing us to a new analogue adventure. We discovered his work and his hand-colored Holga shots and we couldn't help but ask him why he didn't simply choose some Color Negative films.
Argentinian lomographer and featured community newcomer Kevin Lein first caught our attention with his poetic, triptych photographs. In this interview, he speaks out about his love for analogue photographs and shares a collection of stunning and well-thought-of images.
Adam Van Fossen's passion for film photography started 12 years ago during his high school photography class. Ever since then, he has continued practicing the craft and capturing the world in dreamlike photographs. Here, our featured community newcomer shares his thoughts on analogue photographs and some of his favorite images.
“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer @akio_nakai recalls his trip to Toyama, Japan to film a commercial.
“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Max Stevens (@mtsteve) explores Gdańsk, Poland with his favorite film-camera combination.