At the dawn of 2021, Lomographer Felipe Gusmerini a.k.a. humodepipa rewinds back to his first years in the analogue life with a touching realization on what it means to be a part of the Lomography Community.
Give Brooklyn-based photographer Emmanuel Rosario some film, a camera, and some friends, and you can be sure he's going to come back with rolls of beautiful stolen moments. On the set of Thibault Leveque's short film "Nevada", he snapped some behind-the-scenes with his Lomo LC-A+.
What started off as a way to travel around the world became a passion project and a way to connect with people. Vancouver based photographer Aida Castelo used to take Instant shots of people to finance his trips. But while stuck because of a pandemic, he simply uses his Lomo' Instant Wide to connect with people, start up a conversation and get the conversation going!
Ghouls and girls of every age, would you like to see something strange? Try filling your HydroChrome Sutton's Panoramic Belair Camera with [fake] blood, and see what ghoulish photos you could create with this gory concoction!
Armed with some Lomochrome Purple, a film camera, and good hiking shoes, Photographer Henry O. Head shot an otherworldly sceneries of New Zealand with the film, and published his latest project “Malacandra” as a synthesis of this trip!
Haya Zoubi's passion for shooting with film first started as a child, when her parents owned a photomat, and picked up years later with disposable cameras. While shooting an editorial campaign for Jeffrey Campbell, Haya snapped some behind-the-scenes shots with the LomoChrome Metropolis!
BYOF – Bring your own film, is a project started by three film lovers across the US. Po Chi Fung, Susan Adams, and Sasquatch Mansfield are bringing together film photographers from across the world on August 1, 2020. Shoot a roll of your choice on that day, and submit your pictures to be part of a zine!