#LomoJune20 is all about the newest addition to our line of creative instant cameras: the Diana Instant Square. We'd like to thank everyone who joined our little teaser game and shared their dreamiest Diana F+ shots. Now that the cat is out the bag, it's time to reveal the 10 winners of Lomography films. Be inspired to chase your own Diana adventures with these stunning snapshots:
The iconic aesthetic of the Diana is now on square format instant film! Take a closer look at the Diana Instant Square on Kickstarter now.
We sent the New Petzval 80.5 mm f/1.9 MKII Art Lens to Andrej Russkovskij who tested it out with some LomoChrome Purple around the quiet streets of Berlin for his latest
B L N K D Z #meettheberlinkids project.
We fell in love with cute stories from the comic strip 'Sundae Kids'. Now we have collaborated with the artist-duo behind the beloved comic to create our new Lomo'Instant Automat Sundae Kids edition. Get to know Poysien and Kavin of Sundae Kids, in this interview.
Travelling is always a great experience, but when you do it with a film camera by your side everything gets more special and nostalgic. Come with us to Paris with the Spanish model Sara Majada and her Diana F+ in this interview.
Our long-time LomoAmigo Ruby June and her husband Philip aka "The Maxwells" love working with the young actress Malina Weissman and we've shared some of their series before. This time Ruby had to jump in as a model herself.
Being happy to be along for the ride is probably one of the best feelings there is. Our LomoAmigo Justino Blake yet again brings us with him on his adventures. This time, he shows us the mystique of the land down under — Australia.
Getting a hand-me-down camera is something like inheriting a family heirloom — the stories that came with it is now yours to take care of. Not only that, you'll suddenly realize that you were trusted to make stories of your own.
NYC-based videographer P. Nick Curran traveled to Afghanistan with the group Ishkar to experience the beauty of a country almost exclusively seen through the lens of conflict. Shooting with our LC-A+ and CN 400 film, he captured everything from the people to the landscape. Check out his photos 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.
Cinematographer and LomoAmigo Richie Duque shared with us his impression of the brand new Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 Film. With its high contrasts, this new low ISO film enabled him to work with a shallow depth of field even in broad daylight, to create portraits straight out of another century.