A few weeks ago, Philadelphia film photographer and LomoAmigo Brian Bruno launched his new book "Polaroids" at our Gallery Store in New York City. Brian is one of our favorite NY LomoAmigos and has already tested plenty of our cameras and films. He was one of the first to test the brand new Lomo'Instant Square and introduced our Neptune Convertible Art Lens System to wild animals and beautiful women.
However, within the Lomo-community, Brian's most famous photos are probably his masterpieces shot on LomoChrome Purple film. Especially his Instagram account is drenched in purple color and you can watch his gallery grow rapidly. This guy just never seems to put his camera down. And we love him for that.
When he told us about his first book launch, we were of course excited for him and were happy to provide a location for his release event. Our little Gallery Store here in New York was packed with analog Fans and admirers of Brian's work.
If you would like to learn more about Brian's new book, check it out on this website as well as more of his film work on Instagram.
Philidelphia-based film photographer Brian Bruno tests our newest and most experimental film. Read more about his thoughts about the new film, and help us turn this film into a reality by backing us on Kickstarter!
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.
Growing up in New Jersey, Dan used to watch a now-defunct cable TV channel that covered NYFW twice a year. He started his project "No Invite" from his fascination with the event, shooting portraits of celebrities at parties and on the streets of NYC. Check out more about his sixth volume here.
With an online shop as well as pop-up stores in NYC and L.A. "For Your Guest Bathroom" has taken on the mission to provide affordable pieces of art as well as to bring film photographs back from our Instagram gallery to the walls in our homes.
London-based photographer, Laura Ward has been shooting with film for over 15 years. Her work focuses on the calm and tranquil moments in life that can be found hidden amongst the chaos of city life. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian, ICA & Tate Britain.
Italian-based photographer Nicola D’Orta recently shot a fashion series in Positano, one of the most beautiful places in South Italy, using our new film LomoChrome Metropolis XR 100–400, Nicola works as a portrait and fashion photographer. Here are his comments on the newest Lomography film - LomoChrome Metropolis!
What happens when you let a New York street photographer loose on the beach in Miami? Luis Garcia aka Strongblue shares with us his latest series from a trip to Florida and chats with us about morality in street photography, denim, and Social Media.
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.