Today, digital cameras rule, but many people still enjoy the look and tactile feel of Polaroids. Lomography’s Lomo’Instant Automat Camera aims to revive instant photography for modern users. Think of it as a smart instant camera.
If you like the look of grainy retro style images, no digital filter can compare to good old analog film. This Lomography kit lets you snap a variety of neat analog effects and turn them into short movies.
If you like the look of tilt-shift and low-fidelity images, you should probably have a camera that looks the part. I’ve been playing around with one particular camera that fits both bills – creative lo-fi images and retro style.
Photography has come a long way since its beginnings, but there are still some amazing things to be discovered by looking at how things worked back then. Inspired by the early days of photography, this lens has been re-engineered from one that was invented in the 19th century.
There was some uproar about the possibility of using unarmed drones over US soil to locate that cop turned killer fugitive, but maybe that’s because drones have a bad rap because of all of the bombs they’ve been known to drop.
What’s there not to love about Lomography and their various low-fi cameras. Sure, your smartphone probably has nicer resolution, but the analog flavor of these little cameras is hard to beat, even with Instagram’s retro effect filters.
While some people thought that film was dead, Lomography continues to revive film cameras for a new generation. Lomo cameras create images that are full of color and feeling, a bit like an analog version of Instagram.
The Spinner 360 is a Lomo camera that allows you to take 360 degree panoramic shots, in complete low-tech style. The camera spins around, thanks to a handy drawstring, capturing one long image. Now, why didn’t I think of that?
Today’s cameras are amazing things. They would seem like magic to the people who used the first cameras ever made. But maybe you don’t like today’s digital cameras/camcorders and want to make movies like in the old days.
Lomo has released a new ultra-wide angle camera, the LC-Wide. If you love wide angle photography, and you’re yearning for something more analog, then look no further than the Lomo LC-Wide Camera. If you’ve already got an LC-A+ camera, then you can also get yourself their wide angle lens , that’s compatible with their LC-A+camera line.
Lomography’s new Diana Multi-Pinhole Operator allows users to use up to 3 pinholes in one shot. The pinholes create a ripple, cross-eyed effect that only worsens becomes crazier once you add the color filters to the mix.
I’ve always been a fan of the cool effects available from Lomo’s unique analog camera line, and now they’ve come up with another nifty camera, the Oktomat.
The Oktomat takes 8 photos over the course of 2.5 seconds, and exposes them onto separate sections of a single 35mm frame.