Filipino Lomographers are active shutterbugs with analog communities made on every platform available. For this article, we focus on Instagram's Analog Photography Philippines and its amazing photo pool:
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.
For this year's Women’s History Month, we would like to shine a light on photographer, performing artist and sex worker, Romy Alizée. Get to know her, and her photo series "DIY Spanks Workshop" taken with the Lomo'Instant Square Glass in this article.
Celin May and Model Angie Hainzer shot with the Petzval 80.5 MK II Art Lens a photo series inspired by International Women's Day and Women's History Month. In this article, you can read about Celin's thoughts on photography and Women's History Month.
Do you plan to become a master of the Lomographic aesthetic? Say no more! With the help and expertise of our seasoned Lomographers, we created this guide on where to start your Lomographic journey with.
Photographer Justin Rose, who works for the popular street photography Instagram account, Street Honey, shot some Lomography film on a recent road trip along the West Coast. Check out the results here.
Starting this month, we would like to shine the spotlight on Lomographers who have been with us for the past few years. They are the community members who continue to inspire us with their distinctive visual styles. Today, say hello to osteologist, teacher, and photographer La Fille Renne (aka @lafilledeer).
We spoke to Michael Behlen about his magazine, Analog Forever, which celebrates the unique and physical qualities of film photography. The magazine will launch on November 8th at SF Camerawork, so check out more about their first print issue, as well as a giveaway, below!
Last year Linus Johnson discovered film photography, which instantly changed the course of his life. He jumped in head-first and is currently exploring an ocean full of creative analog possibilities––like the LomoChrome Purple, which allowed him to create his very own purple reality, "Mirror Worlds".
In celebration of Women's History Month, we are inviting inspiring women from around the globe to share their stories and experiences with us. Today we talk to Margaret Drysdale, founder of Women In Focus In Edinburgh (WIFIE) about setting up a photography organization specifically for women.
LomoWomen is a series of articles in celebration of Women’s History Month and to shine a spotlight on our female artists. We caught up with photographer and videographer Martina Hache. In this installment, she shares with us her work and experiences as a woman in photography and art.