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  • Reviews on Rewind: FED 5B

    Reviews on Rewind: FED 5B
    Packing the powerful Industrar 61L/D 53mm f/2.8 lens, the FED 5B rangefinder is no slouch in making great images. With its fully manual controls and battery free operation, this camera makes sure that you're able to get the shot, regardless of lighting conditions. While it may look intimidating, it's quite to easy to get the hang of, as noted by users in this week's Reviews on Rewind!
  • My First Approach to Lomography

    My First Approach to Lomography
    Starting in 2010, Lomography has changed my point of view as a photographer. Let’s see how and why; I bet that many of the reasons why I prefer analog are similar to those of many members of this community!
  • Russian Winters - Flash Rumble Winners Announcement

    Russian Winters - Flash Rumble Winners Announcement
    Can you feel the chill? It's time to crown the king of Russian Winters as we announce the winner of one of our old but not forgotten Flash Rumbles!
  • Holy Island of Lindisfarne

    Holy Island of Lindisfarne
    Last October while spending time in Glasgow, my family and I took a trip south through Northumberland, England to spend the day in Holy Island. On Holy Island is the small but still beautiful Lindisfarne Castle. It was a gorgeous windy day and we enjoyed our time (tick tock) on the tidal island.
  • Fed 5B

    Fed 5B
    Never mind the weight - it builds character and steadies your shots as well! The FED 5B is your perfect street shooting companion.
  • Russian Winters - Flash Rumble! ended over 5 years ago

    Russian Winters - Flash Rumble!
    The big chill is setting in here in Europe. The bears and squirrels are preparing for hibernation, but we know that all you Lomographers are not scared of the winter! And there are no better cameras to have as your trusty companion through the long winter months than good old Russian deadstock clickers.