Aside from the beautiful photographs, what makes the Lomography Community great is the eagerness of Lomographers to share the analogue love with kindred souls.
Even a simple gesture, such as clicking the like button, can go a long way in letting your favorite photographers know how much you appreciate their work. Now, it's our turn to show our gratitude to these community members who graciously showered all our photographs with love all year round. Cheers to the top photo likers of 2017!
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).
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.
We 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. Say hello to frenchfyl, a Lomographer who hails from a small village in the South of France!
The photos we take aren't just fragments of the past, they can also be used to tell stories that we can always get back to. In this installment of In Depth, we take a look into the role of photography in writing a narrative with images.
Paul Mckay is a UK-based photographer who has been a part of the Lomography community for years. He runs Analogue Wonderland and recently set up "LomoMonth" in celebration of all things analogue. As part of the celebrations, Paul shared his experience in shooting with the Simple Use Camera.
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!
We only really get to appreciate the little things in our daily lives when we are rid of them, even if temporarily. Our Lomographer Luthfi Farhandi, a.k.a. ifhtul shares what visiting Antwerp was like before the global pandemic.
Surprises are always waiting in the next frame. You just need to keep winding that film until you reach the end of the roll. See these beautiful and nostalgic scenes from Octavio Garcia's visual diary.
Home is on the road, with some musicians, face masks, and a couple of rolls of film to capture it all, for music photographer Paige Sara. We talked to her about her analog journey, from photographing her mom's garden to touring the US.