Daily Desired: Limited Edition Lomo Cams for Less

No matter how you feel about film (sacrilege!), or the saturated, low-fi aesthetic of lomography, you've got to admit there's something special about the brightly colored Lomo cameras and their countless iterations. Something that looks that fun must be fun, right? If you've ever had the urge to buy one, now's the… » 11/29/11 9:00pm 11/29/11 9:00pm

Paul Smith Makes Lomo Camera Fashionable with Fisheye No.2

Paul Smith's Fisheye No.2 Lomo camera is a subtle mixture of two things: The 180-degree bug-eye lens creates distorted images that are even more arty than your usual Lomograph » 11/07/08 6:32am 11/07/08 6:32am. Plus to the dwindling number of wet-chemistry photography fans (including myself) Lomography is something of a fashion-statement all of its…

Lomography Ringflash for Four Colors in One Frame

This Lomography Ringflash attaches to the outside of your lens, and its four lighting elements each deliver a different color to your subject. You can use it as a single color ring flash, too, but its makers encourage you to get up close to your subject and flash a picture that has four different kinds of lighting in… » 7/13/07 11:49am 7/13/07 11:49am

Lomographic Fisheye Camera #Two: Still Capturing 180-degrees of Cool

The Lomo cameras were originally known for their leaky bodies that contaminate film with errant light — perfect for art house photos. This 35mm fisheye film camera improves upon Lomo's best selling first with more image distorting capabilities, and a metal case. More, details, and sample shots, after the jump. » 7/28/06 10:30am 7/28/06 10:30am