Living in the hills of Connecticut, we make our own fun.
I know that a lot of people really strive to be near cities and bright lights so that there is constantly things to do and places to go and all that, but what people don’t realize is that growing up out in really suburban areas where there’s not a whole lot going on brings out the beauty in people. It forces us to come up with our own fun and most of the time it always ends up being an adventure because it becomes so unpredictable. When I got my Holga twin lens reflex and starting snapping shots I found that they were really starting to shed light on the great times that we’ve all had and It definitely made me realize how much I will always cherish my years here.
We've finally nailed down the basic colors from primary to secondary; now it's time to study other colors, hybrids, and palettes that make this world more complex and non-binary. Sometimes, we make up our own worlds as we get lost in our heads. Here's a palette for the daydreamers.
Fiona Burrage lives in a beautiful house in Norfolk and runs her own lifestyle blog, aptly called Nor–Folk. We loved her minimalist photography style and asked her to test out the Lomo'Instant Automat.
Caroline Hill considers shooting on film as the perfect avenue to capture the imperfections that make life beautiful. "Error is art," as she says. Get to know our featured Community from newcomer from US.
We are proud do introduce our new LomoAmigo Band Lucius and even more excited to share some exclusive Lomo-shots of the band's Spotify Live-recording at the legendary Electric Lady Studios in New York City.
The best artists are not the popular or the wealthy ones. Not all the time, and definitely not 'often'. It's the passionate artist, who's a hero of his or her own right. Japanese photographer Mii Yatogi breathes, lives, and sleeps analogue. Read our interview with her here at Lomography Magazine.
The 1970's was revolutionary in the sense that the youth have been empowered when it came to having their own voices and individuality, plus the freedom to express themselves. Enter the caves of these outspoken youth in their university lives.
Earlier this year, we gave New York-based filmmaker Parker Hill a Lomo'Instant Wide to experiment with. This summer she took it on a road trip, chasing the unique and nostalgic feeling of adolescence in the American South.