This one is for the pro analog photographers out there. Lomography, the name in lo-fi photography, has recently introduced the world’s first Instant Back for 4×5 cameras using Fujifilm Instax Wide film.
Billed as the first new color negative film in over 5 years, the LomoChrome Metropolis by Lomography is a film with results that you will not be able to take your eyes away. At least, it is for me. This latest addition to LomoChrome experimental film line is created using a unique chemical formula that […]
Instant photography is a norm today, but the good’ol way of instant photography, AKA analog instant photography? Not so much. There aren’t many options out there, but thanks to Lomography, you are getting one more option and it is called The Lomo’Instant Square Camera. It is billed as the world’s first fully analog instant camera […]
until now, instant photography and lo-fi photography remains as two largely separate worlds, but with Lomography’s latest venture, The Lomo’Instant Camera, it merges the two, offering you the instant gratification with doses of lo-fi photography that Lomography has carved a name for itself. expect to add color filters, take brilliant multiple exposures and long exposures, […]
whether you are a photographer or not, logic would tell you that there’s no way an analog camera could be made transparent, but here it is a transparent camera from Lomography that is determined to showoff the full glory of the inner working of an analog SLR camera with an attractive transparent body.
there are three worlds in photography. the first being the digital world, where you get instant gratification in the form of previews. then there is the instant print realm, where you get instant physical photos for instant gratification, and last but not the least, there’s the anti-instant gratification photography in the form of analog photography.
artistic lo-fi style images don’t quite seem to mix with modern digital photography. even with the myriad of photo manipulation apps and software-based creative filters, they somehow still feels, well, too digital and that’s not to mention that some effects like multiple exposures, cannot be fully replicated by a digital camera without
while lomography and today’s photoshop prowess can recreate most awesome effects of the past, but there is one truly old school style that we can’t replicate and that is the effect when using the 19th century Petzval lens, as developed by mathematician Professor Joseph Petzval (1807-1891) in 1840. the Petzval lens that Prof Petzval developed has spun off a totally unique photography art form
no self-respecting photographers can call themselves a true photographer without knowing the principle behind photography. for that, you can scour through tons of scholarly books to learn it all, or you could have a little more fun in your learning process with the Lomography Konstrucktor 35mm DIY SLR Camera.
still holding on to those priceless 35mm films that contain much of your lifetime’s memory up until before the digital camera storm swept in? then perhaps it is time to turn those films to digital copies before they turns all moldy and worst, disintegrated into the thin air. with the Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner you can do just that without the…