Lomography Camera Featured in a Fashion Magazine!

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I came across this magazine “Choc” while traveling to Taiwan and happened to see Lomography cameras featured in the fashion magazine!

Here’s the magazine photos I took with my camera at the time. I was having coffee at a cafe when I saw this!

Credits: cutebun

Among the featured cameras include: Diana Mini: Love is in the Air and En Rose editions, Diana F+ Chrome, and also a Lubitel.

Credits: cutebun

The Diana feature must be based on her history, her glam and stylishness!

Lubitel is another classic on it’s own that is suitable for any style and outfit.

Credits: cutebun

Lomography is in trend and can be further promoted in the fashion industry for more exposure to the public!

written by cutebun on 2011-11-04 #news #fashion #taiwan #malaysia #magazine #lomography-in-the-media

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3 Comments

  1. veato
    veato ·

    I think it's a shame that the cameras are used for fashion and not, you know, taking photos. I think it serves to reinforce the view from a lot of non-Lomographers that it's a fashion statement and we're just a bunch of hipsters.

  2. alizlovescherry
    alizlovescherry ·

    @veato: I think one of the easiest way to introduce the wonderous world of photography (and lomography) is from fashion. People who do fashion like to take pictures and do poses right?

  3. cutebun
    cutebun ·

    @veato actually the fashion magazine talks about 'Women in photography' and the fashion is inspired from the movie.^^
    I do however think that analogue cameras need to be popular before people wanted to seriously take photos with one

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