Aptly titled "Covid Times 2020 and 2021", this album from @mila_von_prague shows us the world during a health crisis.
Masks are the norm, people on the streets are scarce, and health and safety reminders are posted almost everywhere. It's far from the world we knew more than a year ago but we do what we have to in order to keep ourselves and loved ones safe. Community member @mila_von_prague documents the scenes from her city in Prague in crisp and detailed black-and-white shots. It's great to see that film photographers still find time to enjoy their hobbies responsibly even during concerning times.
Often touted as a last-minute choice for trips, a back-up camera for photographers, and a low-cost giveaway, the disposable camera sheds its lowly image and becomes a trendy staple among young memory-makers.
Do you find creativity to be an even more hard nut to crack in times of isolation? Whether you like to fly solo and explore the surroundings with your camera, or you enjoy working in the company of your other pals – we understand, 2020 was not easy. But we can always fight back, can’t we?
The poetic performative photographs of "The City is a Choreography" by Melissa Schriek can now be flipped through the pages, and the artist is back with Lomography Magazine to share the behind-the-scenes story of self-publishing for the very first time this International Women's Day.
Linear, and near-ritualistic... these are properties we rarely relate with analogue photography. However, during uncertain times, where one could feel anxious, following certain rituals could give us a sense of structure and regularity. Read about how the linear, step-by-step processes of film photography and other analogue media could actually be therapeutic and provide something tangible and certain during these turbulent times.
A stalwart of the UK analogue community Anil Mistry talked to us about hosting his analogue photo-walks in Brighton, shooting with the Neptune Convertible Art lens System, and the challenges he has faced in 2020.
"The female gaze is not the perspective of a woman on the world, it is a way to film and capture women without objectifying them."— Caroline Ruffault, creator of the artzine SheGazes, answers our questions to celebrate the International Women's Day.
The founders of Take It Easy Lab based in Leeds, UK took some time out from developing and scanning to share their story of setting up a film processing lab from scratch and revealed some interesting insights into the resurgence of analogue.
Capture the wonderful, immortalize the imaginary and appreciate the freedom of analogue with this special edition Lomo’Instant Automat Camera with lenses, featuring an insightful illustration by Thai artist, Suntur!