It might not be your birthday and you might not have just blown out the candles on your cake, but we’re about to make your wish come true. A brand new Lomography product is on its way soon! Read on for your first clue and get guessing!
Yeah, that’s right, ask and you shall receive. We’ve worked extra hard on this baby and it’s finally here. Well, almost. In the gallery below lies the first clue. Our suggestion is that you don’t look too closely, but open your mind and see through the pictures. Breathe, observe and slowly let them speak to you in unison.
What is it you see? Yes, that’s right a surprise! Make a guess what you think the new Lomographic product will be in the comments below!
If the daydreamy Diana F+ isn't surreal enough for you, you might want to try out pinhole photography with its pinhole counterpart, the Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator. Tack it on a corner as this fashionable camera turns into a serious spectator.
Lomography’s leading lady is making a triumphant return with a special new anniversary look! Inspired by classic 1960s American diners, our darling new Diana F+ 10 Years of Diana Edition comes in a funky matte red and pastel blue design, complete with a rockin’ retro gold lens.
In this summertime showcase, photographer Jesse Burke shares his latest adventures with his daughters, the inspiration behind his ongoing work "Wild and Precious". Working with instant cameras and the Neptune lens, sharing why these worked in his quest and fascination with nature.
A new center for British photography will open in Bristol, recognizing the photographer Martin Parr and his legacy and significance to photography with selected works from of contemporary artists from the British Isles.
Even after a decade after its introduction, the Diana F+ remains one of the most well-loved analogue cameras in the Lomography Community. But what makes this ever classy camera an instant classic? Let these lomographers and LomoAmigos share their love for the Diana F+!
Do you remember those groovy flats and mod-looking interiors from the '60s? Your contemporary interior designer might go running away from the lack of zen in this gallery, but this was the 'raddest' way people could tell that you were cool.