I don’t remember reading instructions about using a flash with the LC-A+/LC-Wide instant back (did I miss that part?) and I was curious …
Have some wild time with crazy colors and ‘effects’ with your LC-Wide & Instant Back combo by slapping on a Colorsplash Flash on it.
You might not get what you expect most of the time because the results are always pretty strange and fun! Flashing with the color filters sometimes return you results that are different from what you might expect. For example … this one below was shot using the blue flash filter. It somehow turned out with a bright yellow ‘glow’ right in the middle. Unexpected results guaranteed! :D
Play with double exposures using different color filters (on the flash) and see the normal stuffs turning out real fun!
Discover 10 different photo-techniques that you can do with the Lomo'Instant Wide and its creative features! Use the ultra wide-angle lens, double-expose, or use a studio flash, this camera gives you endless possibilities.
Philidelphia-based film photographer Brian Bruno tests our newest and most experimental film. Read more about his thoughts about the new film, and help us turn this film into a reality by backing us on Kickstarter!
Cachete Jack is the brainchild of spanish illustrators Nuria Bellver and Raquel Fanjulm. Together they create colourful, joyful illustrations and have worked with the likes of Don't Panic, Refinery 29 and Easyjet. We gave them a La Sardina DIY to customise and asked them about their work.
UK-based photographer Anil Mistry has been running his Unusual Eye Photowalks around Brighton and recently collaborated with Lomography for a special Berlin Kino Photowalk. He talked to us about shoting with the LC-A 120 and the reasons he chooses to shoot with film.
Filmmaker and photographer Sheldon Walker investigates his interest in U.S. history with his series entitled "Buffalo Soldier". Recreating scenes from a bygone America, Sheldon presents history in a visually captivating manner. Learn more about his series here.
UK-based photographer Flore Diamant has carved out a career photographing bands, festivals, places and people. She shoots predominantly with film and has a totally unique approach which makes her work stand out from the crowd. We talked to Flore about making it in a difficult industry.
Now that you've set up your very own LomoMod N°1 camera, it's time to take some pictures! Here are two tips that you should try on your indoor and nighttime photo walks — flash photography and long exposures.