That magical place can be here with us all along. Jodie Cartman proved that with her "Woodland" series.
Shot using LomoChrome Purple, these mystical and borderline magical portraits were shot by Jodie in Landport Bottom Woods, Lewes. This series has us thinking of the early days of photography wherein people often had their photos taken with the addition of fantasy characters like elves and sprites. Jodie was particularly brilliant at bringing this feel to her series with the mellow red, purple, and magenta hues from the LomoChrome. We are mesmerized by the overall beauty and mood that Jodie was able to capture in her images.
If you're interested in Jodie's work, head over to her website and Intagram for more.
A self-defined "outgoing introvert", Main based photographer Kate Grout lets her art speak for her. She just published "The Purple Book", a selection of two years worth of shooting some LomoChrome Purple, culminating in a collection of portraits and landscape straight out of dreamlike fantasy.
After a few months of being confined indoors, Alexander Durie packed his bags, his friends, and his LomoChrome Purple for a vacation in the South of France. Lush sceneries turned purple, landscapes worthy of postcards in pink, and blue skies turned turquoise, his escapade looks straight of a paradise island!
With a passion for documenting her surroundings and environment and a childhood filled with disposable cameras and instant film, it's no wonder Starla Dawn became a film photographer. We asked her to test out our new HydroChrome Sutton's Panoramic Belair Camera and the result we got are some ethereal and romantic landscapes from the West Coast, sugar-coated clouds, and bewitching waves.
Color is a veteran Lomographer and a big fan of film and creative photography. Her works, like her life,are colorful, full of creativity, and full of fun. Recently, she created a set of works on the Forbidden City, inspired by the ten golden laws of Lomography. Let's take a look!
As part of Film Photography month we've asked some of our most creative community members to help channel the analogue alchemist in you. In this article Elzi Boba walks us through her film soup recipes using Cola, tea, and purple gin.
It took a quarantine of Isabel Malia to try out film photography, after years of working with digital, but analogue certainly didn't disappoint her. With her pursuit of light and details, she gives a personal dimension to any typical landscape, creating a portrait out of a single building with some Lomography CN 400.
For Podcast co-host and Youtuber Chris B, the LomoGraflok 4x5 Instant Back was the perfect get way back into large format photography. Although intimidated by large-format cameras at first, Chris tamed this fear and with experience and practice came to combine her knack for compositions with the magic of large format cameras.
Who better to test out the newest Lomography Art Lens Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens than Lomoamigo Erica Reade? With her affinity with light, wide blue skies and everything in between, the combination of her skills and our new, wide, sharp lens is a match made in heaven!
Roxanna Angles puts her counseling work and passion for photography to good use: she wrote a guidebook using photography as creative therapy, follows her own advice and keeps on taking photos, and empowers female photographers through a podcast.
Large format photography and skateboarding aren't your typical creative combination, but for Jenny Sampson, they are meant to go hand in hand. The slow and meticulous process of wet plates perfectly fits her portraits of female skateboarders for her book "Skater Girls", a sequel to her first book.