The Lomography Community is filled with passionate and talented Lomographers from across the globe. There are those who truly stood out for their never-ceasing dedication in keeping the analogue spirit alive, sharing every snippet of their exciting photo experiments and everyday encounters. Here's a toast to these Lomographers who have kept us inspired all year round.
Long overdue, we welcome one of the busiest men of the photography community on the Lomography Magazine: Dan Rubin. Check out what he has to say about his photos of Kristina Ross in NYC with the LomoChrome Metropolis.
Loving what you do and doing it out of love is probably one of the best combinations out there. Fashion photographer Aaron Crossman is living the charmed life for being able to do both. Read on to find out more about him and why he loves his work in this interview.
Is the Lomo Lab Services out of your reach? We ask three of our Lomographers from the Community, therover, flamingoid and spiritfire, of their most trusted film laboratories when they process their Lomography films.
We sent some LomoChrome Purple film to some willing testers, including one of the Lomography community's pioneers, Stéphane Heinz (aka vicuna)! Read more about his experience with the film and how it fares against other color negative film.
Deptford Northern Soul Club are a DJ duo who having been putting on parties all over the globe. We couldn't miss out on the fun so sent them some Simple Use Cameras and asked them to document some of their events and talk to us about what they do.
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Bangkok-based photographer and musician Nopawach Gajajiva tested our latest black and white film, the Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 Film while in a park with his wife. Check out the results and his thoughts here.
In celebration of International Women's Month, we chose to reach out to incredible photographers with a unique talent. Annalisa is an Italian freelance documentary photographer, mainly inspired by social issues and their psychological consequences.