This 32mm f/2.5 lens is designed to fit DSLR and mirrorless cameras via appropriate adaptors and is designed to mimic the high contrast, high saturation, vignetted effect of Lomography’s Lomo LC-A camera to a digital audience. It’s a way to get an old-style lo-fi hipster look without having to buy and use the quirky plastic... Continue Reading →
Who says film is dead? Not Lomography, obviously, because it's resurrected an old black and white film (and film style) from the 1960s.
Film obviously isn’t dead after all. It still has a following amongst artists, hipsters and back-to-basics photographers who yearn for the fallibility, frailty and unpredictability of film. That’s meat and drink to retro specialist Lomography, which brings the same qualities to its modern recreations of cheerfully cheap old snapshot cameras – though without the ‘cheap’... Continue Reading →
So now you can get Lomography’s retro-inspired Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens GOLD PLATED (not actually properly solid gold) in addition to the existing silver, black and brass finishes. We don’t normally use all caps for anything, but this particular piece of news seemed to deserve it. The historial allusion comes from a historic event... Continue Reading →