New episode of Sync-up's up! Thank god, no toilet brush heroes this time round. Classier stuff. ;)
The father of Lomography is the LC-A+ (that's where the history of Lomography began), and though I'm loving all things classy and vintage now (think VW Beetle, Aston Martins, platform shoes and long floral maxi dresses), I have my eyes set on the Diana F+ for its range of stylish designs. It still looks vintage anyway. =) And I'm eyeing the oh-so-retro-looking Mr Pink.
I am so going to own you.
The LC-A+ is very tempting though, especially since I know the Lomo Online Store is having a 44% discount off their very classy-chic-looking LC-A+ Russia Day camera just for yesterday and today... *dazed*
No. I'll go for the Diana F+. Or the mini version. Since I can bring the small one around on days I want to bring a small bag. Lol. Just one thing - the mini one can't change lenses.
I could go for the La Sardina, but because La Sardina limits me to just Multi-Exposures, and I want something more versatile, the Diana F+ is perfect.
Because it is the only Lomo camera which has the widest range of interchangeable lens available. Meaning it will allow me to change to Fisheye or Super-wide or Splitzer or Close-Up or Telephoto or whatever effect lens. Anytime. As long as I own them of course. Looks like I'm building a collection. ^.^
There's just something about having taking pictures with analogue cameras and not knowing how they will turn out until you actually develop the roll of film. (Which makes me a fan of the Hipstamatic and Disposable app on my iPhone.)
There's this really stunning Lomo Wall when you enter the Lomography Gallery Store.
Pretty spectacular eh?
Next *milestone splurge : a Diana F+ Mr Pink, with all its accessory lenses~
*a term I use to call something I reward myself with after I achieve a goal
The Lomography Gallery Store Singapore is located at: