I bought my LC-A+ a bit more than 2 years ago, and since then, I ALWAYS carry it with me in my bag.
When I first found out about Lomography it was hard to miss all of the buzz about the Lomo LC-A+. Not really understanding or knowing what was so special about this camera, I decided to order one and find out for myself...that's when the magic began.
Doing long exposure shots and light paintings can be an easy and enjoyable experience. By remembering some tips and tricks, anyone can do it well.
Horizon Kompakt is a camera filled with excitement and challengeS, and that didn't hinder my spirit and continue shooting with it, learning as I go along.
In the center of Antwerp, one of Belgium's major cities, there is a hidden Lomo treasure. It is an eighty year old pedestrian tunnel under the river and it is called the Sint-Anna Pedestrian Tunnel. You are not only walking 100 feet below the river, you are walking back in time
“The splendor of Yosemite burst upon us and it was glorious.” These were the immortal words that Ansel Adams wrote when he first visited Yosemite in 1916.
No money for a Horizon Perfekt, but wanting some panoramic pictures? Or, do you already own a Horizon Perfekt, but that certain something is missing? The Sprocket Rocket is your weapon of choice!
In my review on the LC-Wide, I'm sharing some of my photos taken with this wide-angled wonder and what I like about it so much.
Early this year, I picked up a roll of Lomography X-Pro Slide 200 (35mm) and loaded it in my Ricoh FF-20 Wide Zoom. I had nearly forgotten about it, so it took me a while to have it processed. I was both happy and surprised with the results, which I'm sharing with everyone in this quick review!
The charm of Natura Classica lies in its NP mode. But is it necessary to use high speed films to invoke the NP mode? The answer is no.
We all have been thanking our trusted analogue cameras for all those beautiful shots we have taken -- and the love for these fancy cameras just can't be denied; it's true and it's indescribable.
The Olympus XA2 is a camera that has been already reviewed many times. Why is mine different? It isn't really that different but hopefully, you will find it useful or interesting or both.
When I first got my LC-Wide last year a few days after it was launched, I initially wanted to write a review about it after shooting a couple of films with the camera. Yet, something held me back -- I felt that this camera possessed so much potential and undiscovered talents in it -- something that would not be justified with just an article after only such a short time using it. I gave myself about one year to know the camera inside out before writing this review.
There were several reasons why I decided to buy a Lomo LC-Wide and because it belongs to the cameras you must start saving money few months ahead before you actually buy it, it was a long thinking process. But after almost a year of using it, I have to say that Lomo LC-Wide is worth every penny, and I really mean it!
Tired of bog-standard photos from color negatives? Do you want a new retro-look for your pictures? No worries, here’s some help! This tipster will guide you how to craft your own orange-filter for your LC-A.
You’ll surely need some useful tips when using the new LC-A Silver Lake. Here are some of the best tips we found in our archives. Read on!
This camera weighs as much as a steam iron, it is completely manual (you must manually close the diaphragm before taking a photo). An SLR without frills, and a wonderful "training vessel" for the beginners!
This week's camera review on the spotlight tells about one of the most sought after Soviet TLR cameras, which our lomographer believes is underrated and lesser known compared to its big brother. Find out which camera it is after the jump!
A much cheaper version of the Lubitel 166+ and in my opinion, just as good. A TLR which I feel is very underrated in the Lomography community and in the whole photography community. It has a nice bright waist level finder, sharp T-22 75mm f./4.5 lens, and very easy to use fully manual controls.