The pandemic has certainly made us miss the great outdoors and the fresh air we used to take. Panda reminds us what it feels like to bathe under the sun and feel the warmth. Shot along the shores of Hong Kong, the heavenly aura may be thanks to the natural light bouncing off of the water, model’s white dress and the iridescent prop that was used.
For this photoshoot, Panda used the Lomography Color Negative 800 film and his Nikon FE2. The high sensitivity of the film captures even the subtlest of shadows and shade. The colors and grain are clear and crisp, perfect for capturing every detail.
The arts have always been a way for Laetitia Mangala Instant to express herself but with the Lomo' Instant Wide, she took her work a notch further by focusing on women and their inner self. With the help of multiple exposures, the splitzer and the remote control, Laetitia opened a world of creation, exploring the female body in all its splendor.
Yorkshire-based photographer Louise Westbrooke has been making the most of the lockdown period by shooting the parks and gardens on her doorstep using the LC-A 120. She talked to us about this series and her love for medium format.
Portrait photographer and avid YouTube reviewer Jimmy Cheng took the Atoll Ultra-Wide 2.8/17 Art Lens out on a trip to a deserted London and talked to us about his first impressions of this ultra-wide lens.
As a fine arts man with a taste for high analogue quality, Spanish artist and photographer Luis S Martin makes a special combination out of the Neptune Lens System and the Berlin Kino film for dramatic landscapes and silver portraits.
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.
Marina Llopis is a photographer, teacher, and founder of IFWEFILM, a platform that hosts regular workshops one-to-one mentorships, and runs a Youtube channel dedicated to film photography. She talked to us about setting up a business alone and what she thinks the future holds for film photography.
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.
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.
The New Petzval 80.5 MKII Art lens is finally out! Come join us for bokeh hunting with our Hong Kong team member Rachel, who preserves memories of her outings with her pals through the New Petzval 80.5 MKII Art lens, using its artistic blur to bring nostalgia and warmth to each portrait.
When two fellow Lomographers come together for some shoots, the result is always breathtaking. Lauren Ruth Ward and Angela Izzo's shots of each other on the La Sardina, Diana, and Lomo Instant Wide perfectly reflect their signature style, romantic and psychedelic like their own personalities.