Looking for a change in scenery, or perhaps just a new getaway for you and your camera? With a beautiful blend between Classical Roman architecture and charismatic French culture. Arles is a unique scenery for you to take.
You’ve taken some nice Lomo’Instant snapshots and you want to share them with friends, particularly on social media. How do you make it look more awesome? Here are a couple of tips to try, using the Lomo’Instant App!
To describe photographer Julia Romer's oeuvre as simply analogue would be an understatement — her photographs resembling watercolor paintings caught on film. Read our conversation with Julia here and learn how to create your own gorgeous color-drenched snaps.
What can one do when creator's block hits the photographer? A fresh way of seeing the surroundings might just be the trick. Take a break from your usual analogue grind and experiment with some unique panoramic shots with the Spinner 360° to your heart's content.
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. With cinematic glasses, we tend to look at life like a movie. The reel rolls into a palette of silvery grayscale.
We want to hear from you about your journey in analogue. Do you have a favourite Lomography or analogue camera that changed the way you take photos? Did it launch your career? Find out how to share your story here.
Daniel Alea is a Spain based photographer who sees photography as a way of expressing and getting to know himself. Apart from being a great editorial and portrait photographer, he is one of the founders of the magazine Unusual Journey. Meet our new TEN AND ONE AWARDS judge!
Whether you're far away on a foreign place or just out and about in your own neighborhood, we want to see what you've been shooting with the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens. Share them now and win vouchers for our Online Shop!
LomoAmigo B.A. Van Sise hates paperwork and goes out of his way to avoid it. That's how he came up with a very special concept for the series he shot with the Diana Instant Square for us. He calls it, ironically, "Paper + Work".
This month we've got a "Choose Your own Instant Camera" workshop and the chance to get truely experimental with our "Camera Subversion Session." There will also be a new exhibition of photographs by Bea Dewhurst.
Looking for a new way of shooting wide-angle scenes, architectural shots, and creative portraits? Create a panograph — a series of photo fragments that are assembled together to make a bigger, complete image.