We all yearn to be unique with our analogue grind. Just because we don't use Photoshop doesn't mean we're not capable of fooling with reality. Simply reversing the frame of a photograph, taking multiple exposures, exposing both sides of the film of using a splitzer could do magnificent wonders, such as creating or alternating worlds or deconstructing the multiverse. Take these photographs from the Lomographic community for a example: each is one of a kind.
In the middle of learning the technicalities of film photography, beginners especially can feel pressured by the conventional definitions of aesthetics, and forget about how an image actually makes them feel. Lomographer @jess_spd_ has a reminder: don’t be afraid of analogue!
In this instalment of our article series, Making a Moment, Israeli Lomographer Maya Yakobi takes us on a trip to the Amalfi coast in Italy and tells us how she created this spontaneous double exposure from her hotel room.
Film photographer and community member Marek (@marek_) gives us a lesson in lith printing, from making the prints in the darkroom to digitalizing and uploading them on his LomoHome. He also shares tips for others wanting to try out the alternative printing process.
Discover a world of delicate flora photography with Marc Gregory (@JMARCUSG). The US-based photographer chats with us about how he used a range of Lomography films to create these captivating close ups.
In this article we give you a few handy tips and tricks for travelling around the world with film equipment, including which cameras and film stocks to bring, how to handle film at the airport and how to maximize your trip through film photography.
If you’ve got itchy feet and a longing to travel then these photos from Lomographer Alyssa-Naïs Tourte will surely inspire you to pack your bags and hit the road in search of spontaneous adventure and unfamiliar landscapes.
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 in-depth feature we're exploring the theme of rain in all forms of art from Japanese Haiku to the moody analogue shots of our Lomography community members. We hope to insprire you to throw on your raincoat, and get shooting and sharing those beautiful rainy film photos!