A really cliche story about love at first sight and encountering a stranger who looks familiar.
If you’ve ever wondered about the ways you can make some of the most special events in your life even more special, maybe you can get an idea from a LomoKino video where some sweet moments of a newly-married couple were captured on film. Watch the video after the jump!
Yes, you read this title correctly. And yes, this post is about what you think this title means: using two Lomokinos to produce 3D analogue movies. Or at least I tried.
See step-by-step tutorial here.
See LomoKino 3D video here.
Parties, weddings, birthdays, and even the simplest visits at the park, the LomoKino has become a companion when it comes to capturing analogue memories in motion!
Hey guys! First of all I want to thank Lomography for the opportunity and sponsoring my next LomoKino short film! My team and I are very much looking forward to seeing the finished product. I’m going to give you a little verbal sneak peek of what will be going down.
Taking 21 rolls to film, this LomoKino music video by Canadian community member Matt Skwid is totally appropriate for Gabe Levine’s song, “Long Spun Thread.” The visually-stimulating analogue video is one of the most enthralling we’ve seen and filmmaker Matt tells us how it all unraveled and came together