A great film when for when you're in complete control over your ISO setting!
Beautiful results with the Lomography Redscale XR
The past few weeks were an exciting time for film – prices were reduced, and new ones were introduced. And there’s no stopping us! Now we bring you two emulsions suitable for your analogue experiments - the Lomography Redscale XR 35mm and Lomography Redscale XR 120!
The other day while I was on Tumblr, I wanted to post some of my Lomographs, so checked out my popular photos in my LomoHome, and chose some photos that I like. It was only after I had posted them that I realized they were all taken using the LC-A+. I don't give my black baby enough credit or love sometimes, but I should. And you should too! Here's why.
Who ever thought that a little piece of plastic strapped to the front of your camera could drastically change your photos into wild works of art!
Everyone is familiar with Lomography X-Pro 200's yellowish green tone when it is cross-processed. What happens when it is E6 processed? I tried it in 4 cameras and uncovered its original golden tones.
The only thing missing from the LC-A+, is the WOW-COOL-factor that make people want to jump in front of it. Pretty pics, but it doesn't look fun. With this tipster, it does :-) And you can wear it around your neck!
The greatest constant in the photographic world has always been black & white film. From fine grain to dynamic contrast and heart-wrenching tones, black & white is the choice for time-spanning, emotional photography. And what better way to capture your timeless autumnal adventures than in full-frame 20mm super-wide angle with the greatest accessory ever produced for the LC-A+, the Wide Angle lens.
The Lomo LC-A happens to be the most amazing camera invention by Lomography ever. It's perfect vintage dark corner, as well as the depth and the sharpness, bringing the pictures taken by LC-A is truly amazing.
LC-A+ with the wide-angle lens are the perfect partners for me to walk around and shot the happy moments. A must have accessory for LC-A+.
Expand your horizons and widen your view with the mean metal machine that is the Lomo LC-A+ Wide Angle Lens
While on vacation I bought the Wide-Angle lens for my LC-A+ and it has never left my camera bag since then.
I've been a fan of wide lenses for a long time - I got a wide angle lens for my first digital camera 10 years ago; this was then followed with an even wider lens when I got a DSLR.
So, you have seen the awesome capabilities of the LC-W but just can’t afford one yet ,and anyway, you already have a fantastic LC-A+ that you love to bits. Then the LC-A+ Wide Angle Lens is exactly what you need in your arsenal.
TLR: these 3 magic letters are immediately very seducing for every Lomographer. Lubitel, Rolleiflex, Voigtländer, Yashica... all these camera brands have produced among the best TLR cameras ever, but they can be kind of expensive sometimes.