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Lomography La Sardina
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Lomography La Sardina

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When Lomography sent us a tin of sardines in the post with a message attached inviting us along to a sneak preview of its new camera, we were expecting some sort of waterproof model or perhaps even a fisheye snapper. The clue was in fact much more literal... >>

Lomography LC-Wide
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Lomography LC-Wide

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Analogue camera specialist Lomography recently expanded its classic LC-A lineup when it unveiled the LC-Wide, featuring a new wide angle lens and a choice of picture formats. The original LC-A was first manufactured 27 years ago and was then replaced... >>

Lomography La Sardina hands-on

Lomography La Sardina hands-on

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The Lomography La Sardina is the latest camera to join the lineup from the analogue specialist, and is shaped like a sardine tin. Yes, a sardine tin. We were invited along to Lomo HQ for a sneaky peek at the new model. Along with comically distinctive... >>

Lomography LomoLab officially launches

Lomography LomoLab officially launches

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Analogue camera brand Lomography is now offering the LomoLab  remote processing service to all UK customers. The new service, which was exclusively revealed to Pocket-lint back in February 2011, is now live, having been in beta-testing mode since March.... >>

Cool tips for Lomo users

Cool tips for Lomo users

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Fancy dousing your film in bleach? Or maybe sticking sweet wrappers across your lens? Then go right ahead. Lomo photography is all about being creative and the good news is that if you mess it up and your shots don't turn out how you intended you can... >>

Lomography LC-Wide hands-on

Lomography LC-Wide hands-on

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Analogue camera specialist Lomography has expanded its classic LC-A range with the introduction of the LC-Wide, featuring a new wide angle lens as well as a choice of picture formats. We were invited down to the Lomography Gallery Store in central London... >>

Blackbird Fly
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Blackbird Fly

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The concept of analogue cameras may sound ridiculously old-fashioned, but there are plenty of them available and many shutter bugs like them for the creative freedom and cool effects that they offer. We've reviewed a few film-based cameras in the past,... >>

Lomography - the return of analogue

Lomography - the return of analogue

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What do Hollywood actor Elijah Wood, recently disbanded US rock group The White Stripes and English sci-fi author Neil Gaiman have in common? Give up? The answer is that they're all fans of cult analogue photography brand Lomography (or Lomo to its friends).... >>

Lomography to offer remote film processing

Lomography to offer remote film processing

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Analogue photography brand Lomography is to offer remote processing to UK customers for the first time. Unless you live near one of the company's two UK stores, both of which are in London, then until now you will have had to settle on getting your films... >>

Lomography Sprocket Rocket
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Lomography Sprocket Rocket

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Analogue camera maker Lomography (or Lomo, to those in the know) has been driving the public's desire for retro cameras for a while now. Following on from the sucess of its first product (the LC-A+) and it's popular Diana F+ and Diana Mini models, the... >>