10 hip examples of lomo photography

Born in the 90s, after a group of Viennese students discovered the Russian Lomo Kompakt Automat camera in Prague, lomography has grown into an international art movement.

The style is achieved by cross processing film. Lomo cameras use colour slide film, usually developed in E6 chemicals while standard 35mm film is developed in C41 chemicals. Lomo owners take colour slide film and process it as standard 35mm film, resulting in the over saturation of colours and contrast.

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