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  • The Lomography Petzval (D)SLR Art Lens Design

    The Lomography Petzval (D)SLR Art Lens Design
    Did you know that the new Lomography Petzval Portrait lens can be used on both analogue and digital cameras as well as for still photos and art videos? Here's how we adapted the science of 200-year-old optics to reimagine and revolutionize modern day photography while still staying rooted to the trademark Petzval look.
  • Wicked Wide Angles With The LC-A+ And LC-Wide!

    Wicked Wide Angles With The LC-A+ And LC-Wide!
    For the ultimate in ultra-wide angle Lomography, you just can't beat the LC-Wide's 17mm lens. And for the LC-A+ users, upgrade your 32mm snapshooter with the snap-on 20mm wide angle lens and see the world in a wicked new perspective!
  • Fantastic Far-Ranging Fisheye Photos!

    Fantastic Far-Ranging Fisheye Photos!
    With its distinct circular distortion and wicked 170⁰ view, our Fisheye cameras are the prime choice for ultra-wide and ultra-unusual angles!
  • Optic Matters: The Wonders of Wide Angle Lenses

    Optic Matters: The Wonders of Wide Angle Lenses
    While mostly used for landscape, architecture and interior photography, wide-angle lenses can produce unique and unusual perspectives on common scenes and subjects due to the exaggeration and distortion of its small focal length. Discover the broad Lomographic possibilities of shooting ultra wide!
  • Optic Matters: Zooming-In On Macro Lens

    Optic Matters: Zooming-In On Macro Lens
    People are naturally drawn to things and images that are presented in a different perspective – something that isn’t really seen every day. That is precisely the reason why macro photography is so fascinating. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
  • Optic Matters: The Power of Telephoto

    Optic Matters: The Power of Telephoto
    When taking photos, the type of lens you use is crucial to the results you want to produce. This is why photographers use certain lenses for portraits, capturing immense landscapes, making miniature objects seem larger than life, or photographing distant subjects in intricate detail. And to bring a distant subject seemingly “closer” to you, a telephoto lens is the weapon of choice.