Lomography has brought back its 10-year-old Lomography Fisheye Baby 110. In addition to the sleek black and silver metallic design of the original Metal Black model, the maker of lo-fi cameras also introduced a new, colorful Bauhaus edition. The combination of orange for the fisheye viewfinder, blue body, and yellow lens ring makes the already …
The definitive name for modern-day low-fi imaging, Lomography, has introduced two new limited editions of Lomography instant cameras inspired by two vastly different places.
Whether you are a film photography enthusiast or you are holding on to a bunch of 35 mm negatives from the pre-digital imaging era, the new Lomography DigitalLIZA+ and DigitalLIZA Max film scanning kits can help to turn negatives into digital images.
Lomography has quite a number of instant shooters, but the Lomo’Instant Automat Camera is the one model that has quite a number of collab models. Joining the growing list of co-branded Lomo’Instant Automat Camera is this beautiful Suntur Edition.
Lomography’s latest addition to its Lomography Art Lens Family is for photographers and videographers who want to get close up to their subject while not sacrificing what’s around them.
You have seen how ice also works as lens for camera. But do you know that water works too? Before you and three print a lens to be filled with water, you have know there is an easier way. Meet the world’s first 35 mm format panoramic camera with liquid-filled lens, the HydroChrome Sutton’s Panoramic …
Lomography has launched a new Automat Glass instant camera that should appeal to both analog camera collectors and art enthusiasts alike. For this latest iteration, Lomography teamed up with UK artist Laura Slater to bring the artist’s textured, graphic artworks to the camera.
Over here, we recognize creativity and help spread the word. And creativity is this analog camera here: the Lomography x Challenger Special Edition Simple Use Reloadable Camera.
Lomography is celebrating 20 years of LomoJapan Co. with a new Diana F+ camera with a Japanese flair, the Lomography Diana F+ Nami Edition. With the Nami Edition, the Diana F+ is treated to a graphic inspired by the Seigaiha wave in blue.
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.