Traveling with gear can be quite challenging, especially if you wish to use some special lenses. The Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens offers an easy choice for traveling photographers because it features a sleek and compact design. Now, allow our friends to show you the creative capabilities of this fine optic!
Staunch Lomographer Andrea Russo, who hails from the United Kingdom, took some time out from the stresses of the city to visit the most remote parts of Norway with the Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens.
Hello America is comprised of now-married co-creators Kristen Blanton and Matt Jozwiak. It was founded when the pair wandered the country working on their debut book from 2014-2016. Being creative explorers, they took advantage of the compact, travel-friendly Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens.
Miria Maciagiewicz is a photographer based in New York City, focusing on portraiture and documentary. Her trip to Iceland was well-documented with the help of the Lomogon Art Lens, which boasts a wide 32mm focal length that is required for sweeping landscapes.
Tobi Schnorpfeil is a self-taught cinematographer based in Germany. On his recent trip to Indonesia, Tobi took our Lomogon Art Lens with the Sony A7s to accompany him on an intercultural adventure.
Laura Austin is a passionate and energetic storyteller. She embarked on a nature trip with friends as seen through the sharp Lomogon 2.5/32 Art Lens.
Mathieu Aghababian is a French photographer working for an extreme sports store. He shoots portraits and lifestyle shots, but here he takes in all the breathtaking view with the wide-angled Lomogon Art Lens.
Also known as @dudizm in the Community, David is one of the French Lomography hardcore fans. His passion for analogue photography has brought him across the world: his cameras have seen many landscapes, smiles, and people. On his journey to Israel, he trusted the Lomogon Art Lens to help him capture all the details in one sweep.