Needless to say, last week was a crazy one for us here at Lomography. In our quest to deliver the best to readers and community members, we might have offered you a little too much!
Last Thursday, we introduced a new and exciting product designed to bring analogue vibes to digital lovers out there: The Lomography Experimental Lens Kit.
This brand new innovation is compatible with all Micro 4/3 cameras and allows you shoot anything, from portraits, landscapes, architecture, still life, or any other subject under the sun. This super creative lens kit comes with three lenses: standard 24mm, wide-angle 12mm and fisheye; and will let you take wide-angle, fisheye, and multiple exposure shots, delight in exciting photographic effects and tint your images with color filters.
But of course we could never forget our hyper-creative loyal analogue lovers, and presented the New La Sardina DIY Black, a wonderful reincarnation of our well-loved La Sardina that allows you to express your innate creativity through your very own DIY design ideas.
Here are a few design ideas to get your creative juices flowing:
And of course, we celebrated the "first birthday of our precious Belair.”: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/news/2013/10/18/belair-x-6-12-1st-birthday-25-off-belairgon-lenses-and-50-off-belair-accessories Yes, it’s been a year since we were first dazzled by those stunningly crisp and lovely photos care of this premium medium format wonder. We want you to be part of the celebration so we’re treating you to 25% off Belairgon Lenses and 50% off Belair Accessories. We’re extending this offer until tomorrow, October 23.
Need some inspiration? Check out our features on several very talented photographers:
Our Director’s Chair piece for last week was on Michael Gondry, just in case you missed it, and we also published a feature on influential artist Keith Haring. If you haven’t watched the film “Wristcutters” on the other hand, then you might want to read a littke about it and get interested by reading this article.
We can never get enough of the LomoChrome Purple. It can produce the most fascinating images. Check out this feature and see for yourself.