Load, shoot, develop, repeat: This should be everyone's motto for the coming year. Take inspiration from these generous and passionate Lomographers who shared every steps of their analogue journey, resulting in thousands of photographs uploaded in just a single year! Think you can beat the record of our top photo uploaders of 2017?
The Met Gala is New York's biggest night of the year! Naturally, LomoAmigo Dan Bassini, who is known for hunting down celebrities for a photo on his point and shoot, did not miss this one either. See who he captured on Lomography Color Negative 800 at the Met Gala.
Rain or shine, just always take your camera with you wherever you go! LomoAmigo Joel Chua shows us how it's done with this lovely set of photos taken with the LC-A+ and Lomography Color Negative films.
Earlier this year, Lomography launched a new B&W Kino film in 35mm and 120 format. In partnership with the Penumbra Foundation, we held a workshop where participants were able to test out Lomography's new film on the streets of NYC and learn how to develop their own film. Check out more here.
Winter has arrived, and along with chilly days and nights, it has toned down the colors. If you prefer your photos to be a little more eccentric and colorful, warm up your rolls with these film soup recipes!
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.
We gave one of the very first hand spooled rolls of LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400 to our LomoAmiga Elénore Wismes! Embark on a seashore adventure with her photos and read about the photographer's first impressions of our brand new color negative film.
Shooting at nighttime can bring out the most surprising results especially with a film that is anything but ordinary. Check out this photo gallery from one of our boldest LomoAmigos from the Philippines, Ennuh Tiu.
Did you know that there's a converted mobile darkroom Airstream trailer crossing the US and giving out free film? It's Neil Hamamoto's project FREE FILM: USA. Learn more about the project and sign up for our special giveaway to win Lomography film and your own magazine feature.
Your eyes aren't playing tricks on you — these are people and places, tinged in a spectrum of purple, pink, and green, taken with the LomoChrome Purple film. Read about our social media testers experiences and be inspired to pick up some rolls!