Lomography's First Instant Camera Uses Real-Life Filters

The retro camera fanatics at Lomography are diving into the world of instant photography with a colorful new shooter packed with all the charm and nostalgia of the 35mm Lomos you've known for years. It follows from the spirit of the Impossible Project, which proved that stirring up interest in lo-fi photo is eminently… » 5/27/14 9:42am 5/27/14 9:42am

Photography Is Even More Satisfying When You Build Your Own Camera

If there's one thing that's keeping traditional analog film still alive, it's Lomography's relentless pursuit to keep the medium alive with unique cameras that always seem to bring a new approach to film photography. And this time around it's introducing the Konstruktor: a $35 build-it-yourself plastic camera that… » 6/13/13 11:45am 6/13/13 11:45am

No One Could Mistake Lomo's Gorgeous Bellows Camera for Digital

Many photographers who still shoot on film do so for its unique aesthetics. But a small subset just downright hate digital cameras, and with Lomo's new Belair X 6-12 and its retro bellow mechanism hanging around their neck, no one will ever mistake their shooter for one of those new-fangled digital monstrosities. » 10/18/12 2:41pm 10/18/12 2:41pm

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

Lomokino Is Lomography's Dinky 35mm Video Camera

Styled kind of like an old Kodak Brownie, Lomography's first-ever video camera, the Lomokino, shoots video on ordinary rolls of 35mm film with a little crank of a handle. Capable of squeezing up to 50 seconds of footage onto a standard 36-frame roll, the finished results are a real throw back to ye olden days. » 11/03/11 7:30am 11/03/11 7:30am