Still Too Few Tearooms – a unique experience just a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of Portobello Market.
A fantastic little Tea Room just off Portobello Road. You go down the metal staircase into the basement of an antiques shop and it feels like you’ve been transported back to Wartime London. The menu is very simple (tea, coffee, scones, cakes and sandwiches) and reasonably priced. A great location for a nostalgic pit stop before resuming shopping in Portobello Market.
A regular 35 mm frame is not enough for photographer Franklin Ruiz, and neither are usual scans. With his Sprocket Rocket, he captures mind blowing landscapes and scans them as part of contact sheets that carry you away from the daily grind to beautiful landscapes.
Working straight out of Capitol Hill, NBC producer and reporter Frank Thorp V carries around a film camera while on his day job, and not any camera: a large format Speed Graphic. Shooting large format taught Frank how to slow down and weight each shot even if it's in the midst of an impeachment.
"The female gaze is not the perspective of a woman on the world, it is a way to film and capture women without objectifying them."— Caroline Ruffault, creator of the artzine SheGazes, answers our questions to celebrate the International Women's Day.
This year’s spring season is one of the kind. Here’s a few tips from Lomographers Kostas Kritsalos, a.k.a. kritsalos and Akio Nakai, a.k.a. akio_nakai on what to expect and look for the blossoming season.
With a passion for still and moving image since he was a child growing up in Chicago, it's no wonder Jacob Carlson became a photographer and filmmaker. Now based out of Brooklyn, Jacob has experimented with different cameras and photographic medium, so who better to try the new Hydrochrome Sutton's Panoramic Belair Camera!
Emma Swann's career as a music photographer and founder of the DIY magazine has taken her to the far corners of the world, from a muddy field at Glastonbury Festival to SXSW in Austin, Texas. She is an avid film shooter too, so we sent her some Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 film to test out.
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.
UK-based photographer Garry Jones has a wealth of experience shooting everything from high-end fashion portraits to fast-paced action shots. We sent him the Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens and a roll of LomoChrome Metropolis to test out his analogue skills.
Straight from Detroit to the Rock'n'Roll world, CREEM Magazine has been a guide and a bible in terms of music. With its unique covers, famous features and profiles, and even crazier newsroom, CREEM was made by music fans for music fans. LomoAmigo Julia Khoroshilov snapped some CREEM shots with our Simple Use Disposable Camera and Lomo' Instant Square to celebrate the magazine's anniversary!
Photographer and visual artist Robert Saint Rich from New Jersey purposefully alters his film negatives in order to achieve the final image. He believes that the journey and experience of creating a single piece are more important than the finished photograph. Read about the process, his insight, and more in this article.