A while ago, I stumbled over a photo that caught my eye on lomography.com. It had a soft tinge of green, not that harsh one some slide films bring on when they’re plagued with over-exposure and cross-processing. The landscape was bathed in dark green and the sky shone in a nice turquoise. I immediately looked at the description of the photo to see which film had been used and there stood Fuji Sensia 200. Unbelievably, I started a search for more photos of this film in the photo section because I had only tried out Sensia 100 films up to then and I knew that they do not tend to green tones at all. However, the photo search confirmed the declaration and I directly surfed to eBay in the hope to find a reasonably priced offer. Promptly, I could buy a ten-pack without ruining myself and some days later I was ready to click away. I really like the results and 5 of the 10 films are gone in the meantime.
Most artists prefer to show than tell, especially with their feelings. If you're among the subtle souls, you might want to try the Lomography Redscale XR 50-200, a 35mm art film for you your creative expression.
Calling Lomographers everywhere, we are pleased to announce that once again we will be exhibiting at NYC's Photo+ Expo this year! Make sure to use the link to register so you can attend this massive photography expo absolutely FREE!
Every waking minute is a photo-opportunity waiting to happen, and the versatile, multi-format Lomo'Instant Square will make sure you won't miss out taking these chances for the freshest, in-vogue portraits.
Our featured lomographer is a doll maker from Romania who takes inspiration from fairy tales and dreams. Get to know Oana, or @melanispixe in the Lomography community, in this Newcomer of the Week interview.
This Texas-born photographer just recently moved to Athens. His inspiring work amazed us from the very first moment because you can feel that Arguello shares a real passion for photography. He is always on the road and enjoys exploring the unknown.
物の哀れ - Mono no Aware is translated as "a sensitivity to ephemera," the feeling that nothing is permanent and things can only be used for a short time. Check out the mixed-media work by Gabriella and Marlize as interpenetration to this feeling.