In a few hours, the year 2017 comes to a close, and a new year dawns the world. So go on, raise up your cameras and picture the night sky as it begins to adorn the darkness with the stars.
Fireworks and sparklers have been a universal tradition -- every new year, in every corner of the world, there's light and noise to beat out the old, and into the new. Lomographers, keep moving forward and take on the difficult: curate the lights of the night!
What started off as a way to travel around the world became a passion project and a way to connect with people. Vancouver based photographer Aida Castelo used to take Instant shots of people to finance his trips. But while stuck because of a pandemic, he simply uses his Lomo' Instant Wide to connect with people, start up a conversation and get the conversation going!
With a passion for still and moving image since he was a child growing up in Chicago, it's no wonder Jacob Carlson became a photographer and filmmaker. Now based out of Brooklyn, Jacob has experimented with different cameras and photographic medium, so who better to try the new Hydrochrome Sutton's Panoramic Belair Camera!
Environmentalist and freethinker Steve Duncanson, a.k.a. steved7755 is a man on a mission with his camera as he narrates the current tales of life along the Rocky Mountains of Colorado with his photography.
UK-based Steve Lloyd is the founder of Chroma Cameras and makes a living designing and producing medium and large format cameras. We sent him a LomoGraflok to test out and he talked to us about his experience shooting this new must-have instant back.
In the past year–with the whole world staying in–self-portraits have become even more prevalent. And people like you have become even more creative with it. Here are some of the most interesting ones taken by lomographers, plus some tips on how to achieve similar results.