Don’t leave anyone out of the picture! Instead, use a wide angle lens!
First, take a deep breather. Next, dive into one heck of a great analogue photography pairing, With a focal length equivalent to the LC-A’s Minitar lens, the Diana+ Wide-Angle Lens (bundled with the Close-Up Lens) takes you into a relatively wider-than-normal view so you could pack in more subjects and view into the picture. Combine it with the immense power of the new Diana Instant Back+ and take a wide overlooking of a perfect view – not only that, your photos are magically developed and ready for bragging rights at a mere 90 seconds of your time!
Grab the Diana Instant Back+ and the Diana+ Wide-Angle and Close-Up Lens at our shop now and take a whole new world of analogue possibilities!
Immerse your subjects in even more psychedelic tones, with even finer grain with this new version of one of Lomography's most loved films! Preorder the 2019 LomoChrome Purple today and save 30%! Stock is extremely limited so move fast! Delivery expected in early 2019!
Lomography Soho celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Diana F+ with a special, sparkly photo booth complete with groovy cocktails and lots of 70's sparkle. We documented the day with the Diana F+ with the Instant back and a prototype of the Lomo'Instant Square.
LomoAmigo Sophia Ragomo experimented with SWMRS using the Diana F+, Lomo'Instant Wide, and LomoChrome Purple at their sold-out Philadelphia show with All Time Low. See a behind-the-scenes look at the tour all shot on film.
Instant film photographer Elisabeth Gatterburg shies away from the typical splashes of the Warholian palette in instant photography and opts for a more classic, refined aesthetic found in vintage magazines and catalog using the Lomo'Instant Wide and the Fujifilm Monochrome Instax Wide Film.
Jesse Macht, aka musician Race The Tide, created tons of instant memories shot using the Lomo'Instant Automat while out on a recent DIY tour across the country in collaboration with Airstream and Pendleton. He shares the photographs and the tour diary with us here.
French photographer Yoann Leveque is back for a classical twist with his portraiture. This time he takes inspiration from Biblical figures and iconography, with the chiaroscuro technique using the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens.