Wednesday, 14 December 2011


So I felt it was time to invest in a new camera, and i've always been interested in analog cameras. While searching these on the internet the term 'Lomography camera' kept coming up. I'm still not exactly sure what it means but I got this meaning below off the official website... 

A Lomograph holds a charm all of its own. Somehow, everything is amplified, making ordinary objects stand out, enhancing details that would normally go unnoticed. Characterised by ever-changing variables such as the mysterious vignettes that frame the shot, light leaks, lo-fi grain, beautiful blurs, the magical balance of contrast and saturation … just to name a few.
A combination these factors and a healthy touch of the unexpected go into making each Lomograph unique. Essentially, Lomography embraces the element of surprise that only analogue film photography can bring and wholeheartedly celebrates the outcome.
Experiment with different kinds of films, and try different tips and techniques, such as cross-processing (x-pro) – it works well with Lomographic cameras!

Diana f+ Lomography Camera (available at Urban Outfitters but I got mine second hand on eBay)

These are some of my favorite photos from 
There are also some good ones on
I can't wait to start taking some photos my camera should arrive in a few days!

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