Shooting in black and white is a practice of balancing light and shadows. Without colors to consider, it makes one mindful of composition, framing, and exposure—all essential concepts for a compelling image. The Monochrome Awards allowed us to appreciate the timeless beauty of black and white photographs.
Meet Banyong Ngamwilai (E-morephoto), a Thai photographer who loves analogue photography with a passion. In this article, he would like to share a photo series he shot with our latest Black and White Kino film, the Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 film!
Photographer Andrea Mejía, also known as Andchinaski, explores the wide tonal range and fine grains of our monochrome film B&W 100 35 mm Potsdam Kino in her new photo series "Where Dreams Meet with Nightmares".
Based in DC, photographer Frank Thorp V covers Congress for NBC News. Utilizing analog photography methods and our Lomochrome Purple film, Frank's photos of political figures transform the people we see on the news everyday into beautiful and timeless photographs. Check out his work here.
Fine art black and white meets the Lomographic look as photographers Akio Nakai, Jhoel Manalo, and Sela Gonzales share their experiences and photographs with the perfected edition of the Berlin Kino 400.
The high contrast of the Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 film reminds us of the signature style of our LomoAmigo Jacobs, who tested the Berlin Kino for us and has a great love for black and white photography. We gave him a roll to test, read about his impressions and tips about our new low ISO film!
Caroline Ruffault makes us travel with her on the mystical lands of the Native Americans with the B&W 100 35 mm Potsdam Kino film. The French photographer offers us a glimpse of their contemplative and spiritual experience in black and white.
Through the spirit of surf, adventure and road trip, Elisa Routa makes us discover authentic and raw California! Equipped with the Lomo LC-Wide, she captured every moment on film and shares with us a series of black and white pictures made with our Berlin Kino 400.
One of our Golden Rules in the Community tells us to bring our camera everywhere we go. Well, these two photographers took that rule to heart and brought their large format camera into an underground tunnel to take, develop, and print a photograph of colossal proportions.
Italian-based photographer Nicola D’Orta recently shot a fashion series in Positano, one of the most beautiful places in South Italy, using our new film LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400, Nicola works as a portrait and fashion photographer. Here are his comments on the newest Lomography film - LomoChrome Metropolis!