We didn't have to wait for the stork to come, or those long 9 months. The new baby from Lomography is here! It’s an honor for me to present the lovely Fisheye Baby 110! If you want to know more about this camera, go ahead and read on!
We're not talking about mashed peas or Gerber. Artist Shay Aaron whips up adorable--albeit non-edible--itty bitty food that fits right on your finger tips! Good things do come in small packages, except these might leave you feeling even hungrier. Why don't you grab a Fisheye Baby 110 Camera instead?
In honor of our own little guys, the Fishe Eye Baby 110 Cameras, we bring you a collection of small but wonderful animals. So, what are the cutest tiniest animals out there? We have a pretty good list, take a look at 12 of the smallest animals and breeds out there!
The Splitzer is a great tool for taking control of your shots. Now, you can also start taking control of time! Find out how after the jump!
At first I was not interested in the La Sardina until I held her in my hands, looked through the viewfinder and read in the book that she had a great wide angle lens.
The Agfa Clack is camera, which was built between 1954-1965 in Munich, Germany. The name is the agenda, it makes a loud clack when your making a photo.
You have been warned – but we’re sure the Lab Rat in you won’t mind at all. Manipulating instant photos isn’t limited to drawing mustaches and horns with your markers – a little cutting and spraying will also give you jawdropping effects!
Try cutting up your negatives and sticking them back together!
I wanted sprocket holes on my Instax back. Crazy? Oh yes it is!
I am so in love with my Instax camera because it not only spits out my photos on tiny credit card sized prints in an instant but also it is a good swimmer...