The Diana+ 38 and 55mm Lenses As promised, we’ve been spending our days, afternoons, nights, blood, sweat, and tears in the constant expansion and frenzied development of the most innovative and downright unexpected accessories and variants for the Diana+ plastic medium-format camera system. Our labors have resulted in two succulent and quite delicious lenses. The 38mm Super-Wide offers a sweeping 120° full-frame view. And the 55mm & Close-Up Lens offers TWO kinds of images: dramatic and quite-nice wide-angle shots AND extremely close macro images.
The Chakras of Colorsplashing For over five years, Lomographic photographers (aka “Lomographers”) have been aiming the lenses of their small Colorsplash cameras and firing a colored flash burst at any and every given opportunity. So much so, that you can call this act of “Colorsplashing” a true artistic mass-movement for film photography! But this begs an important question: where does the motivation and inspiration for all of this color-drenched hyperactivity stem from?
The Vienna Lomography team goes Italy! We love the sun, we love taking pictures, we love to travel, we love to spend time together, we love vacations - so the lomography headquarter went on a 3 day trip to the wonderful coast near triest! Why? This trip is one lomographic way to say thank you to all staff members for their excellent work and commitment. So once a year or every two years we pack our bags and go on vacation together. This journey provides a chance to finally talk to everyone, get to know new staff members and people you are not working with on a every day basis - this is the way we strenghten our team spirit!
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Meeting a Petzval Pioneer: An Interview with Geoffrey Berliner Geoffrey Berliner is the executive director of the Penumbra Foundation and the Center for Alternative Photography in New York City. He has an astounding collection of over 2000 vintage Petzval Lenses and it was an honor for us to ask him about the Petzval and why the lens means so much to him. Head past the jump for our interview with this true Petzval Pioneer!
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