I combined two of my favorite hobbies – lomography and nail art – to recycle my ruined instant photos in a creative way.
Water marbling is a technique I often apply when doing my nails. It consists of filling a small cup with water, and dropping different colours of nail polish into the cup in concentric rings. The next step is to swirl the nail polish using a tooth pick. And finally, you dip the object (in this case some ruined instant mini photos) into the swirl.
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.
Where’s the fun in analogue when you can only take one photo with a single exposure? Bring back the photobooth era with some Warholian four-frame portraiture! Lomography’s ActionSampler is about to make you an instant pop art master in no time.
It's been over a month since I left Vienna after spending a fantastic week with all the 2016 TEN AND ONE winners. Looking back at the photos I captured brings a smile to my face as I remember the fun memories of the experience I had with my fellow Lomographers.
Krzystyna Caldarone of Vintage Girl Studios shares with us her love for 1940's and 50's style. From clothing to hair and composition, Vintage Girl Studio is 100% authentic vintage. Working with the Lomo'Instant Wide we got to see a modern twist on vintage photo classics.
NYC based photographer Christopher Logan is well known for his unique way of capturing the fashion scene from around the globe on film. Teen Vogue once said his photos are "the coolest way to view Fashion Week". So we handed him our Neptune Art Lens System and let him do his thing. See for yourself.
Jeanne Gavillet aka @yoursweetjuly took advantage of a week end in Bretagne, France to test the Diana Instant Square. The result : an amusing and poetic series realised with her sister. Discover the photos, her Lomorello and her first impressions in this article.
It's one thing to see celebrities on screen, and another thing in real life. Photographer Antonio Castello shares to Lomography Magazine his first-time experience at the 68th Berlinale as he documented the event with two brassy lenses — the Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens and New Petzval 85 Lens.
An overwhelming amount of lomographs are shared in the community every month and we cannot help but commend the best of the best. Marvel at this stunning photo showcase and see if any of your favorites made it to the list.