Out in the Summer Sun with Lomography Color Negative 100
Do not be fooled with this film’s low ISO; the Lomography Color Negative 100 (35mm) is the ideal companion to the coming summer, capable of taking vividly colored and fine-grained, sharp photographs especially when one’s out and about.
Here’s some samples of sunlit photographs from the Lomography community to guide you this summer solstice.
The sun's out and so should our film cameras be! In this article we've listed a few fun, classic and experimental photo styles to give you inspiration for your summer shenanigans with the help of our creative community members.
Robert Vincze is a Hungarian civil engineer and photographer based in the UK. He has a passion for portrait photography and tested out Lady Grey B&W 400 35 mm film and Lomography Color Negative ISO 800 120. Take a look at his results!
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.
Carla Dief has previously been featured in our magazine testing out our art lenses, as well as with her fashion and travel shoots with our film and 35 mm cameras. She's back with us today to give her impressions of our Color Negative 800 Film.
Lomography's new 35 mm camera, the LomoApparat, is here! Aside from wide-angle lens, built-in flash, interchangeable colored gel filter and splitzer, the easy-to-use experimental camera also comes with kaleidoscope lens. Here are a few tips for creating kaleidoscopic shots with the LomoApparat.
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!
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.
Seattle-based photography hub, PCNW, recently hosted their annual summer fundraising event celebrating photography and community. Check out how their gallery event went through the lens of the Diana Instant Square.
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.
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.
Francesca Bianchi is an Italian photographer who has been previously featured in our magazine for testing out the LomoApparat, as well as with her fashion shoots with our 35 mm films. She's back with us today to give her first impressions on the new LomoChrome Color '92 ISO 400 (35 mm) film stock.