How do you brighten up a boring, gray Monday? With color, of course! Step into the psychedelic wonderland and get inspired by the eccentricity of the world. Things are not what they seem when you're looking through multi-colored glasses. The sky is yellow, the grass is pink, the mountains are red and water strikingly orange!
Load up your camera with a fresh roll of Lomography Color Negative film (expired films are always welcome) and ready your color gel filters. This Monday Moodboard's is all about exploration and experimentation.
Upload your colorfully chaotic, psychedelic shots to your LomoHome.
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!
Our new series is here to enrich everyone with some short yet comprehensive tipsters from the clever out-of-the-box creatives in Lomography, starting with Lomographer Benoit Pernuit a.k.a. benoitp's Instax soup film!
February has arrived and we are opening the Month of Love with a new series showcasing our fondest film swapper Lomographers -- starting with the wild bravopires and the brilliant lalouve's turquoise-ridden collaboration!
His YouTube Channel "In An Instant" only started out a year ago but instantly made Ben Fraternale one of the go-to instant photography consultants. Needless to say, when he asked to try our LomoGraflok, we were flattered and excited to see what he thinks about it. Check out Ben's first Impressions.
Give Brooklyn-based photographer Emmanuel Rosario some film, a camera, and some friends, and you can be sure he's going to come back with rolls of beautiful stolen moments. On the set of Thibault Leveque's short film "Nevada", he snapped some behind-the-scenes with his Lomo LC-A+.
Take a walk in the French countryside with the photos taken by Philippe Multeau a.k.a. frenchyfyl with our new Art Lens, his images donning the signature Lomo aesthetic offered by the lensl: lush, radiant colors, stunning sharpness, moody vignetting, and oodles of character!
Beyond clicking the shutter, there is more to photography than meets the eye. With the project WE DO THE REST, Sophie Schwartz took on a piece of history that their father started a few decades ago, and made it available to the greater public.
Exploring his neighborhood along with his camera and some Lomography Color Negative 400, Dan Bassini documented a summer different than what the city is used to. With all his photos together, he created "Cruel Summer" a book with some stolen moments from a frozen time.
Based on the West Coast, Zachary Sabac has mostly been shooting color film with a higher ISO, so trying out the Fantôme Kino ISO 8 was an exciting adventure that opened new doors of possibilities. Check out his video reviewing our latest black and white film!
Gaojian Kyle Xu is a visual artist based in San Diego and a heavy user of films. We had the opportunity to chat with him about his project Chinatown and how the Lomography Color Negative 800 contributes to manifesting one of his favorite pieces of music into aesthetics.
A regular 35 mm frame is not enough for photographer Franklin Ruiz, and neither are usual scans. With his Sprocket Rocket, he captures mind blowing landscapes and scans them as part of contact sheets that carry you away from the daily grind to beautiful landscapes.