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  • Burst into a Frenzy of Color with the LomoKino MUBI Edition Kinemacolor Bundle!

    Burst into a Frenzy of Color with the LomoKino MUBI Edition Kinemacolor Bundle!

    Create your own movie marvel the old-fashioned way with LomoKino MUBI Edition Kinemacolor Bundle, made for the director/producer/videographer in you! Loaded with three packs of Color Negative 35mm films, the LomoKino MUBI Edition Kinemacolor Bundle practically guarantees movies bursting alive with colors! With no-hassle focusing, easy apperture setting and the easy-to-use advancing lever, making 35mm analogue movies has never been easier! This LomoKino clone also comes with a month’s subscription to MUBI and a film strip from Palme D’Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethaku already loaded in the LomoKinoscope!

    Get inspired by the LomoKino clone inspired by a celebrated director, and get your own LomoKino MUBI Edition Kinemacolor Bundle from the Online Shop!

  • The Diana F+: The Medium-Format Modifiable Marvel!

    The Diana F+: The Medium-Format Modifiable Marvel!

    On its own, the Diana F+ is already the plastic queen of versatility. A wide assortment of accessories such as the Splitzer, the Diana+ 110mm Telephoto Lens and Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide Lens adds to the fun and excitement that comes with using this medium format beauty. Not only can you purchase these nifty gadgets for the Diana F+, you can even make your own with some tipsters from the Magazine section!

    Not yet acquainted with this square-format sensation? Boy, are you missing out! Have a look at the Online Shop’s choices for Diana F+ Cameras and Clones to get yours now!

  • The Diana Mini: Petite Plastic Perfection

    The Diana Mini: Petite Plastic Perfection

    The little sister of the Diana F+, this petite plastic princess shoots both half-frame and square frame shots for some added variety. Available in a wide variety of patterns and colours, the Diana Mini is small, adorable and a definite must-have for every Lomo fanatic! Switch from normal setting to bulb setting for those long exposure shots, which are made easier with the cable release attachment. Take your regular 35mm roll of film and shoot up to 72 shots with the half-frame format! Also, if you’ve already got a Diana Flash, this is also compatible with the Diana Mini.

    Don’t miss out on the seemingly endless picture opportunities with Diana Mini, available at the Online Shop!

  • A Rainbow of Brightly Colored Lomography Cameras!

    A Rainbow of Brightly Colored Lomography Cameras!

    Leave those dull and lackluster moments behind, because here at Lomography not only will your shots be bright and vivid, even the cameras you use can be just as kaleidoscopic! Pick your favorite color, and we’re sure to have the perfect hue for you. With the launch of the latest Sprocket Rocket cameras, four vibrant colours have been added to the Lomography family. And with the Beach Edition La Sardina Camaras, the fabric-clad beauties provide a wide assortment of brilliant patterns and shades.

    Browse the Online Shop today and be dazzled by the whole rainbow of analogue fun and experimentation!

  • Lomography Q&A: Swimming with Your Camera

    Lomography Q&A: Swimming with Your Camera

    Q. Hello there, Lomography Team! I am really excited to take my LC-Wide to the beach this summer. I’ve seen some cool underwater shots around the website and I would like to ask if you have any tips for when I shoot underwater. Cheers!

    A. Hi! We hope you have a fun time on your vacation and please don’t forget to share with us your photos. :)

    The Lomo LC-Wide is a great choice to bring to the beach because it is compact, easy to use and it will capture natural scenery flawlessly. Whether you use it on land or in water, this camera will take one gorgeous shot after another. But before you take it swimming with you, you should absolutely make sure you attach it to the LC-A Krab Underwater Case. Not doing so will ruin your camera!

    What you have to do is get all the settings of your LC-Wide ready and then place it in the Krab. Once inside, you can’t change the settings of your camera anymore. Line up the metal advance cog of your camera with the advance wheel of the Krab. Make sure that you close the Krab door properly to keep your camera safe inside. You can watch the full instructions here.

    We also recommend using higher ISO films (400 and up) to get sharper underwater shots. That way you can be sure your adventures at sea are chronicled perfectly.

    Let us know if these pieces of advice work for you and have a nice time!

    P.S. For readers who do not own an LC-Wide or LC-A+ but are dying to capture underwater fun on film, we suggest getting a Fisheye Camera together with the Fisheye Submarine. No other Lomography cameras and camera accessories can be used underwater.

  • Staff Picks: Arianna of Lomography Italy

    Staff Picks: Arianna of Lomography Italy

    As some of you may remember, we’ve recently released several cameras inspired by the beautiful Italian beach of Capri. Today, our staff pick manages the online comings and going of the lovely land of Italy. Let’s see what she has to say.

    Name: Arianna Damonti

    LomoHome: stea

    What you do at Lomography: I am the Digital Marketing and Online Manager for Italy. I take care of everything related to the web: publishing content in the magazine, keeping the community alive both on our website and on social media, looking for online cooperation and caring about the online shop. How can I do all these things by myself? I can’t! That’s why I rely on the precious help of Laura, our super lovely online intern!

    Interests: Music is my greatest passion! I love to go to gigs and festivals and sing out loud all the songs under the stage! But since I can’t play any instrument, not even the maracas, I just spend my spare time doing the only thing I’m really pro at: travelling! Can’t wait to go to Scotland this summer with my arsenal of Lomography cameras!

    Which Lomography product would you recommend to readers? Definitely the Diana F+!

    Why? It’s so easy to use and versatile. If you love lo-fi pictures and medium format as I do, go for it!

    Photo: The photo was taken by my boyfriend with a Diana F+ and a Lomography Lady Grey Film. I love the way it looks so old-style, it seems one of my mum’s photos taken in the 60s.

    Your message to Lomographers: Shooting with your camera is nothing but pure fun – Simply enjoy those long and exhausting moments before your film gets developed: that’s really the best part of analogue photography!


    Thank you, Arianna, for your words of advice to out Lomography community. Hopefully your enthusiasm for the Diana F+ would encourage our Lomographers to check try out the medium format cameras in the Online Shop and let the storm of sensational shot begin!

  • Get Creative with the Classics

    Get Creative with the Classics

    One of Lomography’s most recognizable cameras is definitely the Lomo LC-A+, the iconic compact camera which started the Lomography movement. Side by side with the LC-A+ is it’s pseudo-twin, the very versatile Lomo LC-Wide. Both capable of mindblowingly vivid colors and mysterious vignettes, these classic cameras should be a staple in every analogue arsenal.

    Get the LC-A+, LC-Wide and their awesome bundles only from the Online Shop!

  • Time is Running Out for the LC-A+ Russia Day Promo!

    Time is Running Out for the LC-A+ Russia Day Promo!

    It’s not too late to get your very own LC-A+ Russia Day camera! Today is the last day to get this limited edition LC-A+ camera at 45% off. There’s no denying its passionate allure and handy features such as the multiple exposure and long exposure option. Compatible with any 35mm film, this classy and compact camera deserves to be a staple in every analogue arsenal. Get your own LC-A+ Russia Day camera from the Online Shop while the promo is still on, or else you might regret it forever!

  • The LC-A+ Russia Day Promo Starts Today!

    The LC-A+ Russia Day Promo Starts Today!

    Get up to 45% off on the LC-A+ Russia Day when you purchase yours today or tomorrow. Indulge in this leather-clad Russian camera and get everything you need to create gorgeously vivid 35mm shots. It comes packaged in a luxurious velvet box along with a special Russia Day camera strap, a Russia Day emblem for the camera and a Russia Day emblem for the strap. And if this super versatile camera isn’t enough for your analogue adventures, check out the LC-A+ Accessories to find the perfect accessories which are exclusively made for the LC-A+!

    Don’t miss out on this once in a blue moon chance to score this awesome camera at almost half the price! Proceed to the Online Shop to get yours before the promo ends!

  • Get the Lomo LC-A+ Russia Day at Up to 45% Off Starting Tomorrow!

    Get the Lomo LC-A+ Russia Day at Up to 45% Off Starting Tomorrow!

    Yes, you read that right! You can get the passionately red LC-A+ Russia Day for only 60% of its original price. With the legendary Minitar 1 32/2.8 lens, each photo you take will be bursting with bright vibrant colors! Paired with your favorite Lomography film, you’re guaranteed to take some of your most vivid and eye-popping shots with the LC-A+ Russia Day. Attach your flash of choice with the Hot-Shoe and you can snap away even when the lights are down low.

    Take advantage of this special offer which lasts for only two days: tomorrow (May 30th) and May 31st. Get your Lomo LC-A+ Russia Day while this promo is on! Head out to the Online Shop now!

  • Lomography Q&A: Shooting Under the Sun

    Lomography Q&A: Shooting Under the Sun

    Q. Help! I’ll be going on vacation this weekend but I can’t decide which camera to bring. I’d like to take lots of fun photos so when I go back home, I can show my friends what they’ve missed. Can you please give me some advice?

    A. Hello! We want to give you many, many thumbs up for actually thinking about bringing a camera. Many people tend to forget about it when rushing to prepare for a trip. :)

    Anyway, we’d say the ideal camera to bring depends on where you’re going. If you’re going to the beach, it’s best to bring something compact like the LC-Wide or the Fisheye No. 2 Faded Denim. The LC-Wide takes stunning wide-angle photos and lets you experiment with different formats, while the Fisheye No. 2 allows you to see the world from a different perspective as it produces crazy circular shots. Both are compatible with their respective underwater cases so you can even take them swimming!

    If you’re going to the mountains, we’d definitely recommend a panoramic camera like the Spinner 360 or the Horizon Kompakt. The Spinner will capture literally everything around you and the Horizon will produce photos twice the length of a standard frame. If that’s not going to make your friends jealous, we don’t know what will!

    Whatever camera you choose to bring, we hope you have a fun time! Don’t forget to send us your vacation shots!

  • Staff Picks: Angela the Marketing and PR Pro of Lomography USA!

    Staff Picks: Angela the Marketing and PR Pro of Lomography USA!

    Lomography is a fun and dynamic company that loves to hold events and collaborations with communities and other companies. Today’s staff pick is someone who’s very involved in these events and she’s one of the people responsible for spreading the joy and wonder of Lomography to other people. Let’s hear what she has to say.

    Name: Angela Bilog

    LomoHome: angelab_log

    What you do at Lomography: I’m the Chief of Marketing and PR at Lomography USA. I help coordinate the fun collaborations and events we do in the U.S., and am always looking for new ways to bring Lomography to life for our community and anyone new to what we do. The other half of my job is making sure these collaborations, events and all our new products are featured in the magazines, newspapers and websites you read, so everyone is kept up to date and excited about what we’re doing!

    Interests: I’m all about learning as much as I can about almost anything and everything. Some items that top the list: traveling, foreign languages, photography, writing, a good book, breakfast food, bikram yoga, playing with other people’s dogs, pretentious cocktails with whiskey, roaming through parks, NYC history, Curb Your Enthusiasm, etc.

    Which Lomography product would you recommend to readers? The Lomo LC-A+! The Sprocket Rocket takes second place.

    Why? As someone getting back into the groove of analog photography, the LC-A+ has produced the most reliable results so far. I love pairing it with some slide film and cross processing it since I’m a fan of those delicious, saturated, funky blue hues. Whether it’s a quick shot of everyday moments like someone about to bite into their sandwich or taking a few more seconds to capturing a beautiful view of the city, the photos from the Lomo LC-A+ are very charming. Plus, it doesn’t take up too much room in my bag!

    Photo: Unfortunately I don’t remember the Lomography film, but this was taken with the Lomo LC-A+. I’m wearing one of my favorite shirts and about to dig into one of my favorite dishes (ramen) at one of my favorite spots in NYC, Menkui-Tei. I also love the vignetting that came out in this photo.

    Your message to Lomographers: Lomography is really for anyone—kids, professional photographers, your mom. As I only recently started trying to get seriously better at photography, combined with living in the sometimes overwhelming city of NYC, the best advice I try to follow at least in the beginning of my Lomography journey is to be a little more patient. Before taking a shot, take a few seconds to double check (or play around) with the settings, light, composition, etc. But it’s equally important to not be self-conscious, so shoot spontaneously when you feel like it. More often than not I find that a blurry, out of focus photo I’m initially not a fan of may be later “liked” by another Lomographer! So, just keep shooting and have fun. Very few things in life get me as giddy as when I receive that unopened envelope of prints!


    Spontaneity is the key! Thanks, Angela for your time and your advice to our other Lomographers out there. My, my, the LC-A+ has been getting a lot of good reviews from our staff members. For all you Lomographers who haven’t tried out this awesome little compact camera, we suggest you get one from the Online Shop and let the storm of sensational shot begin!

  • Let Your Panoramic Potential Soar!

    Let Your Panoramic Potential Soar!

    With the release of the luscious new Sprocket Rocket SuperPOP! Cameras, there will definitely be some hype for the other Panoramic Cameras. If wide-angle wonders are your passion, check out the other cameras we’ve got! Have a gander at the Spinner 360 for 360 degrees of freewheeling frenzy! Available in an assortment of colours, designs and styles are the La Sardina Cameras which is a little compact wide-angle camera that packs a punch! Lastly, for those who are looking to buy a premium panoramic camera, we’d suggest the Horizon Kompakt which boasts a sweeping lens capable of taking in a minblowing 120-degree field of vision!

    You can’t go wrong with this wide-angle marvels, so get yours from the Online Shop!

  • Indulge in Panoramic Perfection with the New Sprocket Rocket SuperPOP! Cameras!

    Indulge in Panoramic Perfection with the New Sprocket Rocket SuperPOP! Cameras!

    Some people are just out to get the complete package, and boy, we’ve got the best bundle for you! The Sprocket Rocket Elite Bundles are fully equipped with the latest Sprocket Rocket SuperPOP! Cameras and other accessories to ensure you’ll be ecstatic about your panoramic photos. Not only do you get two packs of Lomography film in this bundle, you also get the DigitaLIZA 35mm Scanning Mask and the Diana F+ Flash Black for those tricky night shots.

    Grab a bundle and save some bucks, only at the Online Shop!

  • Lomography Presents: New Sprocket Rocket SuperPOP! Cameras

    Lomography Presents: New Sprocket Rocket SuperPOP! Cameras

    Say hello to the latest bright and bold Sprocket Rocket cameras which come in Teal, Azure, Pink and Red. Eye-popping candy colors are matched by their fantastic panoramic lenses to create 18 exposures in each 35mm film roll. Best of all, each panoramic picture you take is decorated by vintage-style sprocket holes which are the signature feature of these new Sprocket Rocket Cameras!

    Get the new Sprocket Rocket SuperPop! Cameras from the Online Shop and embark on a panoramic escapade!

  • Start Small or Start Big with the LomoKino MUBI Edition

    Start Small or Start Big with the LomoKino MUBI Edition

    Get cranking on those LomoKino MUBI Edition levers and start making your unique analogue movies with the LomoKino MUBI Edition Small Movie Maker Bundle and the LomoKino MUBI Edition Big Movie Maker Bundle. These two bundles are guaranteed to make your movie-making experience run smoothly, since they both include the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder and the LomoKinoScope to get those clips straight to your phone. The only difference is the LomoKino MUBI Edition Big Movie Maker Bundle has the DigitaLIZA 35mm Scanning Mask to assist in scanning so you can easily add those still pictures to your LomoHomes!

    Get these awesome LomoKino Bundles from the Online Shop!

  • Lomography Q&A: Proper Shooting with Your La Sardina

    Lomography Q&A: Proper Shooting with Your La Sardina

    Hello friends and fellow analogue lovers! Today we’ll be answering one of the most frequent camera concerns: shooting with the La Sardina. If you have any other questions, just let us know and we’ll respond here for the benefit of everyone! :)

    Q. Hello, Lomography! I bought a La Sardina & Flash Coyote from your Online Shop and was really excited to take cool photos with it. I shot two rolls of color slide films but they came out black! Can you help me out please? Thanks!

    A. Hi! First of all, congratulations on your purchase of the La Sardina! It’s one of the most popular cameras in our roster and we’re glad you are thrilled to use it.

    Don’t think something has gone terribly wrong with your camera! With your excitement you probably forgot one of the most important things about the La Sardina Camera – you have to twist and pull the lens before you shoot. With the camera facing you, twist the lens counter-clockwise, pull it and twist clockwise to lock. Printed on the lens barrel you will see “only shoot if you can read me.” If you can see it, that means you have set the camera up correctly. Be careful when twisting, though, because too much force might damage the lens.

    It is also possible that the lens cap was still on when you were shooting, so be sure to remove it the next time you shoot.

    However, not all La Sardina cameras are like this. The La Sardina Splendour, the Beach Edition La Sardina Cameras and every La Sardina camera to be released have a fixed lens, so there’s no need to turn it anymore.

    If you have done both steps above and still end up with black photos, you can always send an email to our super friendly and helpful customer service team at help@lomography.com.

    Hope this helps. :)

  • Staff Picks: Cameron the Territory Manager for the Central South/South East USA

    Staff Picks: Cameron the Territory Manager for the Central South/South East USA

    Hello Lomographers! Today’s installment of Staff Picks involves someone you may have run into a couple of times in the USA during Lomography events. Meet Cameron Russell from Lomo USA!

    Name: Cameron Russell

    LomoHome: Lomo-Camkage

    What you do at Lomography: Territory Manager for the Central South/South East. I over see our operations from Colorado to Florida. From collaborations, music festivals, and exhibits to the Lomography Gallery Store in Austin, TX. I help get the word out about Lomography.

    Interests: Travel. Food Tourism. No matter where I am, I’m always seeking out a new place to eat and amaze myself. I used to watch a lot more movies, before I got into Lomography. I watched about 2,300 from when I was 22-25. Connecting with my friends and spending quality time on porches.

    Which Lomography product would you recommend to readers? The LC-A+.

    Why? So many reasons jumble at the front of my mind as I start to write this. I’ve used it for over three years at it has become muscle memory, to me. I never question it and it never leaves my side. Reliable, hand and pocket friendly. Sturdy and discreet. It is my main camera, and, about 2 years ago, I got a pretty large tattoo of the camera on my arm. This camera really showed me that I was a photographer, when I had no clue.

    Photo: Self Portrait done with LC-A+ and Fuji Astia 100.

    Your message to Lomographers: Every picture you take is a lesson learned. Always try and take the shot. When you have a doubt, ignore it and see what happens. I am surprised more often than disappointed. Also, when in doubt, cross process.


    There you have it, folks. Heed the words of someone who shows so much dedication to Lomography that he got his favorite camera tattooed on his arm. Maybe some of you still haven’t found your main camera, so why don’t you browse the Online Shop? Who knows, maybe the next camera you get your hands on will be the one to show you how much talent you’ve got hidden in there!

  • Lomography Presents the LomoKino MUBI Edition

    Lomography Presents the LomoKino MUBI Edition

    All you aspiring analogue directors better hold on to your hats, because Lomography has teamed up with MUBI to bring you the first LomoKino Special Edition Camera. We’re proud to introduce the LomoKino MUBI Edition camera, which features a beautul white coat and the signature of Palme D’Or winning director Apichatpong Weerasathakul. Every LomoKino MUBI Edition comes with a free one month subscription to MUBI worth EUR 7,99! But not only that, the LomoKinoScope is also in there, along with a 35mm film roll of a scene for Weerasethakul’s LomoKino movie! Add the classic analogue charm of the LomoKino MUBI Edition to the inspiration you get from this award winning director and who knows, maybe your next LomoKino movie will get you a ticket to fame!



    Order your LomoKino MUBI edition from the Online Shop before it hits the gallery stores on May 24th!

  • Get Your Hands on these Orca 110 B&W Film Pods!

    Get Your Hands on these Orca 110 B&W Film Pods!

    With the release of Lomography’s Orca 110 Black and White 100 ISO film, there’s bound to be a sudden surge of people who would want to get their hands on this film. Luckily we’ve got two Orca bundles (or pods, which are what a group of orcas are called) to help out those who don’t just want to buy two or three rolls of film. The Orca Small Pod consists of five rolls of Orca B&W film, while the Orca Big Pod consists of ten rolls of Orca B&W film. Since there are only 5000 rolls of these films to go around, you better grab as many as you can, as soon as you can!

    Remember, the pre-ordered films will be shipped from 23rd May 2012. So save the date when you’re done getting your films from the Online Shop!