Introducing the New B&W 100 35 MM Potsdam Kino Film

Please welcome Potsdam Kino, Lomography’s new, limited edition black & white film! Expertly extracted from a vintage roll of German cine film, this evocative emulsion has an ISO of 100, making it the perfect option for capturing the world in divine detail. Originally used to make moody monochrome movies, its beautiful greyscale tones lend a timeless effect to cinematic scenes. Preorder yours now before it's all gone!

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Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens 2.8/32 M

Combine your analogue or digital body with the right bundled adapter and recapture the magic of life with the legendary Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens!

Photo of the Day by aleksandrateresa

Lomographer aleksandrateresa weaves a dreamy winter tale with the Diana Instant Square. From everyone here in Lomography, congratulations to aleksandrateresa on winning Photo of the Day!

Andre Kertesz's Last Instants and Arne Svenson's “The Neighbors” Currently on Display in Paris

Two series of works from two different artists from different times intersect in this ongoing exhibition at Galerie Miranda.

Built Not Bought - an Interview with Camera Maker Lucus Landers

Built Not Bought - an Interview with Camera Maker Lucus Landers

Lucus Landers knows a little something about cameras. After all, he's made some over the years. Disclaimer: Assembly required.

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