Embrace the Light with the Lomography Color Negative 100 Film
Good natural lighting is all you need to bring home amazing photos like these!
Make natural night your best friend when you’re shooting with the *Lomography Color Negative 100* film and you’ll be blessed with photos that are bursting with color! Shoot when the sun is up and at its brightest for vivid images day in and out. This tried and tested combo will blow your mind. Before you give it a go, take a hint from these photos by our fellow community members:
Award winning journalist and photographer Tamara Saadé, who has previously shared her amazing writing with our magazine, is back with us today to showcase her touching and magical wedding shots on Lomography color negative film.
Forget the ordinary, make the world extraordinary with this special edition Lomo’Instant Automat Camera with lenses featuring a colorful illustration by Hong Kong artist, Vivian Ho! Estimated to ship-out in December 2022 for the EU and the US!
In this interview we get to know Yu Huapen. He tells us how he sees film photography as a medium that helps him to deeply examine and understand the world around him, and shares with us his photos taken with Lomography color negative film.
UK-based photographer Leanne Surfleet tested out the Diana F+ in early spring, using Lomography Color Negative 400 and LomoChrome Purple 120 film to create these soft and delicate series of photographs.
For Hong Kong Film Lover Cato, looking at film photos is like time traveling, bringing his thoughts back to the moment of taking the pictures. He recently tested out our LomoApparat Wide-angle Camera and LomoChrome Metropolis film. Take a look at his results in this interview!
Glistening sports cars crunch on the gravel as they pull up the iconic driveway. Stilettos click on polished marble floors and diamond-encrusted jewelry sparkles on elegantly dressed figures. With a refined black leather and silver metallic design, this sharp and sophisticated ultra-wide instant camera is dressed to impress.
Mathieu Aghababian is a French photographer who specializes in sports and skateboarding photography. In this interview he shares his experience shooting with the Lomography Color Negative 400 and LomoChrome Turquoise films.
Edinburgh based photographer Charlotte Cullen discovered film during lockdown and never looked back. We sent her some Lomography Color Negative 35 mm ISO 400 film to test out on some low-light portraits in East Lothian.