Austrian photographer Alfred Seiland has been traveling across the Mediterranean to capture sights that have aged and been forgotten.
With a large-format camera on-hand Seiland looks into Egypt, Greece, Libya, Israel, Italy, Spain and Turkey for some of the most inaccessible places, thus the long-term project "Imperium Romanum". The then-Holy Roman Empire inspires him to capture those memorials and cultural assets endangered by modern society.
With images incredibly colorful, he portrays the conflict between antiquity and modernity. Seiland was following the color photography tradition that bgan in America, emulating the style of Koel Meyerowitz, Stephen Shore, and William Eggleston. Earlier in his career, he also traveled from East Coast to West Coast of the United States to capture the dense landscapes, cityscapes andstreets.
Community member and avid camera collector Alla Dolgova (@dlgv) reviews the Lomo'Instant Wide and details her experience while capturing moments of her life. Known for their passion for experimentation and crazy cameras, the Lomographic community continues to bring film photography back to life. Lomo'Instant Wide has the creative possibilities of all Lomo cameras, but at the same time it is an instant – the finished picture appears in a few minutes.
LomoAmigos Benjamin Lieber and Eric Soucy released a photo book featuring over 100 artists from around the world, in order to raise money for tipped, service and gig workers affected by the global pandemic.
Art has always been a part of New York City-based photographer Lauren Lepore's life. Mixing collage and photography, she just created her second zine 'Intimately Disposable'. You can also get a chance to win Lauren's zine by joining the giveaway!
Straight from Detroit to the Rock'n'Roll world, CREEM Magazine has been a guide and a bible in terms of music. With its unique covers, famous features and profiles, and even crazier newsroom, CREEM was made by music fans for music fans. LomoAmigo Julia Khoroshilov snapped some CREEM shots with our Simple Use Disposable Camera and Lomo' Instant Square to celebrate the magazine's anniversary!
Celebrated artist and photographic pioneer William Klein shares his life, work, and thoughts on breaking the rules and boundaries of wide-angle instant photography with the Lomo'Instant Wide William Klein Edition.
Her first double exposure was a mistake, but for Palestinian photographer Dina Salem, it enabled her to enter a world of multiple exposures and infinite compositions. Currently based out of Abu Dhabi, she considers herself to be rooted everywhere and anywhere in the world, finding inspiration in her everyday surroundings. With some Lomography CN 100, she achieved some beautiful multiple exposures, straight out of another dimension.
Film photography has always been as much about the subject as it is about the medium for Beirut based photographer Mahmoud Baayoun. His series "Juvenile," shot on Lomogaphy 800 takes a closer look at a prison in Lebanon, to try and bring to life the harsh reality of life in prison.
Linear, and near-ritualistic... these are properties we rarely relate with analogue photography. However, during uncertain times, where one could feel anxious, following certain rituals could give us a sense of structure and regularity. Read about how the linear, step-by-step processes of film photography and other analogue media could actually be therapeutic and provide something tangible and certain during these turbulent times.