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Presenting the New Russar+ super wide angle lens! Designed by Lomography and manufactured in Russia by Zenit, the Russar+ (L39/M) is a rebirth of the groundbreaking 1958 Russar MR-2. The Russar+ is compatible with L39/M mount analogue cameras and digital mirrorless cameras and tons of other cameras using adapter mounts. Made from quality Russian glass, the Russar+ is perfect for street shooting, landscapes and architectural photos, as well as those up-close-and-personal portrait shots. Get ready for sharp super wide angle shots filled with vibrant colors and tons of Russian character. Head to the Russar+ Microsite and Pre-order your Lens today!

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Photo of the Day by mingkie Shot with a Lomo LC-A+ on Agfa Vista 400, this decisive moment photo plays with shadows and color so naturally we cant help but imagine we're looking through a two-way mirror.

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Lomography Is Looking For Fresh New Talents In Hong Kong Passionate about Lomography and anything analogue? Want to be a part of our online team? Read on below, the perfect position may be waiting for you!

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Home of the Day by shawnlin

Home of the Day by shawnlin Today's Home of the Day is rocking the LomoChrome purple double exposures and we're smitten! Congratulations shawnlin!

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An Introduction To All Things Lomography

Lomography is a community and shop dedicated to creative and experimental analogue photography (or analog photography for those folks in the USA). We are passionate about analogue cameras and have a whole host of them available in our Online Shop and Lomography Gallery Stores; from classics such as the Lomo LC-A, Diana F+ and Lubitel, to new bestsellers such as the LomoKino, Belair X 6-12, and La Sardina, you’re sure to find a new film camera to suit. We also stock a huge range of 35mm, 120 and 110 Films. To continue on your adventure, read a bit more About Us and check out the Lomography Beginners Guide to help find your first analogue camera. We hope you enjoy analogue photography as much as we do!