Pictures That Shaped Lomography 2006

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2006 was the year of significant discoveries. Not only Lomography introduced the Lomo LC-A+ with its additional features such as multiple-exposure switch, but NASA revealed photographs taken by Mars Global Surveyor suggesting the presence of liquid water on Mars.

It was a great year indeed!

Credits: orangebird, tyler_durden, werriston, jeansman & blancarleal

The LC-A+ was Lomography's answer to the question "Could we make the iconic LC-A better?" The reinvigorated version was indeed the key to unlocking new creative milestones for thousands of photographers all over the world. It continued the LC-A legacy with its vibrant colors, unbelievable saturation, and classic styling on top of a whole slew of other features that still make it a favorite in our community today. The LC-A+ was and still is one of the top picks of Lomographers, photography enthusiasts, and creative mavericks all around the world.


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