To celebrate thirty years of experimentation in analogue photography, Lomography has announced the release of exclusive edition 30th Anniversary Lomo LC-A+, Lomo LC-Wide and Lomo LC-A 120 cameras. Available in very limited quantities, these iconic Lomography cameras are landing with a unique handcrafted leather design and a colourful metal emblem logo. Read on for more.
Over the next 12 months, Lomography will be hosting a number of events and launching more new products to celebrate its big anniversary. Kicking things off, Lomo is asking shooters from across the globe to get involved and tell them why they still love shooting film via a new survey – 30 Reasons For Analogue!
The metal emblem logo will also be available as collectable Lomography Pins, Stickers and Magnets to celebrate the brand’s big year.
Having spent many years working in various
pockets of the music industry, and always with
a camera in hand, Simon has worked with
organisations such as Warner/Chappell,
Food Records and ultimately, co-founding the
innovative independent record label, Izumi
Records before moving fully into the world
of publishing in 2007.
Amongst numerous other projects in the last
decade, he has been responsible for a number
of specialist photo trade magazines and journals
for the filmmaking and photography
communities, along with a coffee table book
entitled, "Great Britons of Photography' which he
produced with Peter Dench and Leica.
Now heading up PhotoBite, Simon and the team
have set themselves a task of delivering
informative and inspirational content for
photographers of all levels, from the beginner,
shooting with smartphones, to the seasoned
photographer and filmmaker.
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PhotoBite is a team of photographers, filmmakers, photo-journalists and tech geeks with the intention to inform and inspire, providing a pathway through the creative process and ultimately furnishing image-makers with the information, knowledge and tools needed for their creative journey, be that 1 or 24 frames per second.