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Fun in the Snow with the Spinner 360˚!

Here’s another handful of winter-themed photos from around the community!

Wintertime presents some of the loveliest views you could see only at this time of the year, and the Spinner 360˚ allows you to capture literally everything you see on film. Its unique built makes taking landscape photos more fun – this is also probably why some of our members weren’t able to resist the urge to snap a panoramic portraits or two (or more!) against snowy backdrops!

Want to get your own Spinner 360˚? Just for today, December 13, we’re slashing 12% off on all Spinner cameras when you buy it from our Online Shop or at your nearest Lomography Gallery Store! Read more about our offer here.

See more photos like these in our winter-themed gallery posts!

Awesome Snapshots of Winter Scenes Captured with the Fisheye Cameras

Awesome Photographs of Winter Scenery Taken with the Diana F+

Keep Warm This Winter and Take Lovely Portraits of Loved Ones Using the Belair Cameras

Snow White and So Wide: An LC-Wide Winter Gallery

Frosty Snapshots Taken with the Lomo LC-A

Cool Winter Snapshots Taken with the Sprocket Rocket

Stay Frosty and Shoot Happily With Lomography Films This Winter!

Fun Winter Holiday Shorts Filmed with the LomoKino

Fun Portraits in the Snow and Winter Trip Memories with the La Sardina

Hit the Snow with the La Sardina!

The Spinner 360° goes beyond the confines of standard panoramic cameras. See everything around you (literally!), and be swept away by truly spectacular results. Head to our Online Shop and get your own Spinner 360°!

written by chooolss


  1. chooolss


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  2. ophelia


    Thanks sooooooo much!! :)

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  3. freshmeat_omd


    :D luv spinner snaps!!!!!!!! thank you soooo much

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  4. stratski


    How do you guys do this? Whenever I take my spinner out in winter (or fall, or early spring), the rubber band gets so rigid the camera will only turn for a short bit and not all the way around...

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