A sample photo taken by the Lomo LC-A, an analogue camera that uses 35mm film.

The Lomography tribe: how digital natives fell in love with analogue photography and cheap cameras’ imperfect shots

Lomography takes its name from the Lomo, a cheap, Soviet-produced camera whose imperfect shots offer an unfiltered view of life. Founders of the movement 25 years ago reflect on how it took off among curious digital natives

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A sample photo taken by the Lomo LC-A, an analogue camera that uses 35mm film.
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