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Qual è la pellicola lomografica dei tuoi sogni?

Ciao a tutti! Volevamo farvi sapere che abbiamo un prodotto-sorpresa nuovo di zecca, che sta per essere lanciato questa settimana. Che cosa pensate che possa essere? Qual è la pellicola lomografica dei vostri sogni? Siamo incredibilmente eccitati per l'annuncio ufficiale e vorremmo sentire qual è la pellicola che desiderate di più, non si sa mai, magari il vostro grande desiderio può avverarsi! Tutto quello che dovete fare è gridare le vostre speranze e sogni nella casella dei commenti ...

2012-08-12 Holga 120 3D Kodak Tri-X 400

Smooth Moves with the Actionsampler

Take your Actionsampler pics into the fourth dimension by animating them!

ImageTech 3D fx: Three-Eyed Alien Mutant Camera

The ImageTech 3D fx camera is part of a family of "lenticular" 3D cameras that were part of a future that never arrived. At one time they were touted as the next great revolution in photography, but high camera costs and high processing fees proved to be too prohibitive for most hobbyists, so they died a slow death. That's great for us though because that means you can get them cheaply, and with a bit of time and a bit of software, you can still get some pretty cool results.

Iconic 110 Cameras: Minolta 110 Zoom SLR

Who doesn't love to have unique film cameras in his or her analogue arsenal? Today's 110 camera recommendation certainly deserves a spot in every lomographer's collection (and camera bag) now that 110 films are slowly and surely inching their way back. We know you'll find the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR quirky and interesting, so read on to find out more!

The BIG LomoKino Rumble

If you’ve been waiting for a LomoKino rumble you can really dig your teeth into, this one is for you. We’ve got some out-of-this-world prizes, including a 1000 EUR film budget for the competition grand prize winner. This is your opportunity to turn all those movie-making dreams into a reality; so read on for full details and get submitting!

Stereoviews of Meiji Period

Stereoscopy is an imaging technique that creates the illusion of depth that comes across as three-dimensional. In the late 19th century, Japanese photographer T. Enami shot some 3D stereoviews of Japan during the Meiji Period.