For the past twelve months, the Lomography Community has been a continuous source of inspiration for creative photographers. Here, we look back on some of the most memorable photographs that made waves this year.
At the dawn of 2021, Lomographer Felipe Gusmerini a.k.a. humodepipa rewinds back to his first years in the analogue life with a touching realization on what it means to be a part of the Lomography Community.
In recent years, Zhang Keyue has been active in the fashion photography circle, constantly working on new themes. This time, we invited Zhang Keyue creating with the LomoGraflok 4x5 Instant Back, let's take a look!
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Chasing the perfect wave, Alexandra Bennet has been surfing in the most beautiful oceans across the globe. With the Simple Use Reloadable Camera and its Underwater Case, she captured some of the breathtaking sights she witnesses underwater to share them with the rest of the analog community.
I have a chance to see the work of Hut, the owner of the "Mostly Candid" page that tested our LomoChrome Metropolis film for portraits on social media. When I saw his works, I am very impressed. Because I feel that the photos can convey the identity of this film very well. Let's see his photos and know more about Hut through this article.
TW: Photos may be too graphic.
"I wanted something raw, without artifice, something very human in the end..." – Morgan Roué, aka @carcinome in the Lomography Community, is an analogue photographer and an Anaesthesiologist-Intensive Care Physician. He documented his workplace in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Discover his photos and our interview in this article.
Last February, Amandine Besacier visited Detroit in stormy weather with our Black and White film Berlin Kino. A Member of the Studio Hans Lucas, the French photographer comes back to that experience in this glacial article.