Let’s take a look back at the most memorable photographs shared in the community last year.
Hundreds of thousands of lomographs were uploaded in the community in the past twelve months, most of which had sparked curiosity and inspired everyone to continue shooting. Here are the ones that greatly stood out and captured everyone’s attention:
From everyone here in Lomography, congratulations to our fellow lomographers for having the most popular photos of 2015!
It’s the last night of the year and we want to be next to you. For this gallery, we collected some fun analogue pictures of the most colorful night of the year and share some useful tips to photograph long exposures at night.
In celebration of International women's Day in March, we're taking a look at some inspiring, female photographers around the world. Today, we talk to recent graduate Katie Aird, who has been shooting with our Lomography 120 film and applying the Japanese aesthetic of Wabi-Sabi to her work.
The fight against the climate crises is seen through analogue photography. For this In-Depth article we take a look at the work of four photographers who have tackled the issue with experimental photography.
Here's Klaus Wendland's letter to young shutterbugs planning to dive into film photography. He looks back on some of his most important photos, shares some creative endeavors, and gives a few tips to beginners, including this: use the cheapest negative film you can get!
To embrace the spirit of Lomography, this season we are reminded of the Diana Baby and the 110 film. Always at your side to freeze the crazy events of this holiday, take a look at why this can be the perfect camera for your parties.
In recent years, the city of Portland in Oregon, USA has been called the "hipster utopia"—just how true is this? Let's hear it from a local. Lomographer @mcgloin shares a sneak peek into this charming city.
Don’t know your 35 mm from your 110? Never heard of medium format? Confused about cross-processing? This guide gives a brief overview of everything analogue and you’ll be an expert in no time! Get a head start with film photography with our downloadable 12-page PDF guide.
Through analogue, photographer Jeff Howlett advocates the construction of a local skatepark in his community at Rock Hill, South Carolina. Check out his latest shots, all taken with a Lomography camera, film, and accessory.
Professional animator and illustrator Vianditya Dewanata uses his perspectives in TV and movie production to create cinematic images of streets of Vancouver. Take a look at his recent shots on our Lomography Color Negative 800 (120) film.