Tag Archives: Lomography

fiddling with film

Toronto. Birgit Buchart over at Lomography sent me a note the other day. Lomography announced a new 35mm camera with a bunch of accessories to bring out the experimental side of the snap shooter. The camera is offered in two … Continue reading

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something fishy

Toronto. Those of you who still use film for that special feeling, remember Lomography. Ms Birgit Buchart at lomography.com recently sent me an email. The folks there are re-introducing the 110 fisheye camera. See photos of the metal version here, … Continue reading

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a niche in time

Toronto. For the past couple of decades, die hard film (analogue) fans have flocked to our fairs and auctions to buy and use old cameras and film. The folks at Lomography have aided and abetted these die hards with cameras, … Continue reading

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doin’ the lomography

Toronto. Brigit Buchart of Lomography is at it again, this time with the “Lomo’Instant Wide William Klein Camera and Lenses Edition” of the Lomography film camera. All the tasty detail is here from a description to an order link. So … Continue reading

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just before dawn

Toronto. Hard on the heels of its ISO 8 monochrome film, Lomography has announced Babylon – its ISO 13 film, another dark, moody monochrome beauty with marginally softer contrast. If you are into film, take a close look  at what … Continue reading

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le film noir

Toronto. In film technology (or analogue as they say today), the lower the sensitivity the finer the grain and the harder the contrast. Lomogaphy have announced “The Fantôme Kino B&W ISO 8 35 mm Film”. This new film, at such … Continue reading

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taking care of business

Toronto. Winnepegger Randy Bachman has a great night time music program on the CBC Radio. When he was a member of the Bachman Turner Overdrive band, their song Taking Care of Business was a big hit. In a similar spirit, … Continue reading

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I’ll drink to that!

Toronto. The folks at Lomography are at it again! They have introduced more photographic history in a hands-on DIY way. Their latest venture is a Sutton liquid lens kit. This lens was introduced in the Victorian era by Thomas Sutton. … Continue reading

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uh-oh, colour film – again

Toronto. For those of you who were born in the digital era, Colour NEGATIVE film was used before digital to make colour prints. Like black and white film, the illumination was reversed and an enlarger made the shades correct for … Continue reading

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Fuji Instax products at Indigo books

Toronto. I have written many posts on Instax cameras and Lomography but never showed this local source, Indigo Books, They have the Instax for $22.95 plus HST for two 10 packs of instant prints – plus they have lots of … Continue reading

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