Tag: Lomography

Some Old Cameras

Some Old Cameras

I was sorting through one of the big plastic boxes of photography stuff and I came across some old cameras.  There was about three wrecked Canons, I use the EOS1 virtually all the time but I keep a barely functioning EOS5 for when I want to take a camera in the sea or something.  I … Continue reading Some Old Cameras

Lomography in the News

The BBC is extolling the virtues of Lomography here. It's nice to see some publicity for the cameras although I have misgivings about the article.  It tells you about the famous friends of Lomography but it doesn't give you the cons of the system which are the cost of the cameras and the amount of … Continue reading Lomography in the News

Phone App Photography

An experiment with a Samsung and a phone app called 'Lomo Cam'. Not sure it's really the same as a LC-A but it was more reliable.


These shots were taken with a Lomo LC-A. The Lomo Kompakt Automat is a fixed lens, 35 mm film, compact camera introduced in 1984. In 2005, production of the original Lomo LC-A was discontinued. Its replacement, the LC-A+, was introduced in 2006 and production moved to China. Some of these Chinese models are passed off … Continue reading Lomography

St. James’ Park

A groundsman keeps the lawn neat and tidy at St. James' Park, the home of Newcastle United since 1892 with a current capacity of more than 52 000.  It's currently called SportsDirect.com @ St. James' Park Stadium by the ownership but not by anyone who matters.  The stadium has hosted England Internationals and will be … Continue reading St. James’ Park


Here are ten golden rules of Lomography from  The Lomography site: Take your camera everywhere you go Use it any time – day and night Lomography is not an interference in your life, but part of it Try the shot from the hip Approach the objects of your lomographic desire as close as possible Don’t … Continue reading Lomography