Are you really curious about our camera release for later this summer? Can’t wait for the mystery product blogs to start guessing? Want to know what Almodovar and Rossy got from Lomography at Cannes? Read after the jump for more…
Ok, so you know we can’t give it away, that would be silly… But, we can give you a blurry sneak peak at the packaging for our latest experiments in analogue greatness… After we left the package for Rossy at her hotel, Snoop and Montse met up with her for a few photos and a lively discussion…
And there they are, discussing life, photography and that box again…
Here’s another one! Can you take a guess at our future mystery product?
New to your Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens and don't know where to begin? Say no more, we introduce you to the old art of Pictorialism -- a photographic movement that pioneered the camera as a medium of art.
Szczecin-born photographer Slevin Aaron's visual poetry draws a metaphor between humans and flowers. Referring himself as an 'emotions' photographer, his semi-surrealistic art photography get in touch with realism. We talk to the photographer in this fascinating interview.
In this ongoing series, Alienmeatsack explores the ins and outs of beloved Lomography cameras and offers his expert advice on how to make the most of them. In this article, we're diving into developing, learning that the magic and mystery of the process is really just supplies, chemistry, and time.
This is the perfect time to stock up on film, get out your cameras or book yourself onto one of our fab workshops. This month you can choose from our Meet The Artist evening with or Charlie Phillips & our LC-A+ Street Session!
We asked you to change your perspective, and see the world in a new light for the chance to win an amazing, adventure-ready Bond Street Bag by ONA and a Lomo'Instant San Remo. After a long deliberation process (so many beautiful images!) we were finally able to decide the winner. Check it out!
Through photography, we've seen the darkest hours and dimmest parts of the conflict-ridden Gaza Strip. Eclipsed by tragedies and obscurity, photographer Monique Jaques shows us the flickers of light in the area through young women.