There are many reasons to be obsessed with Lomography, but above all, we love the fact their cameras change outfits about as often as we do. From a camera plated in 24 karat gold, to a series adorned with elegant kimono patterns, Lomo treats the camera’s plastic shell like a designer does a mannequin. So, at first glance, the brand’s latest, all-black camera may come as a surprise. But while its facade may not appear a little less exciting than say, one adorned with a painting of a naked Adam & Eve, its capabilities are sure to impress. Dubbed the LC-Wide, the camera features an ultra-wide angle lens and the capability of producing full, square or half-format shots. And, like its predecessors, the pictures boast unbelievable color saturation. In case you’re not totally convinced, we should probably mention it’s compatible with Lomography’s instant film attachment...
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i turn my camera on.
by ali hoffman · May 25, 2011
Tags: art, culture
Last updated: 2015-04-14T18:53:18-04:00
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