Taking two-dimensional photographs is a simpler way of preserving a moment than erecting three-dimensional dioramas or creating four-dimensional time loops. Capture the best of times with today's Groupon for analog cameras and accessories from Lomography. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $50 worth of analog cameras and accessories from Lomography's Gallery Store in West Hollywood.
- For $20, you get $50 worth of analog cameras and accessories from Lomography's online store.
Lomography’s analog cameras snap colorful images that suggest those produced by vintage Russian cameras. The company's line of Lomo LC-A+ cameras lets photogs replicate the deep saturation, vibrant colors, and sarcastic wisecracks of the original Lomo Kompakt Automat, the Russian camera that inspired Lomography’s off-the-cuff approach to photography. Shutter slingers can equip themselves with such vintage-style soul takers as the Diana+ ($49), an updated take on a cult favorite ’60s camera, or the old-school Holga 135 Pinhole ($49.99), a camera that completely forgoes lenses in favor of a tiny opening in the front that creates soft, dreamy images.
Lomography color-negative 100 35mm film ($7.90/pack of 3) supplies shutterbugs with ample artistic ammunition. With a Fisheye Submarine underwater camera case ($69), photographers can perform recon at the bottom of their pools, and the Diana F+ 110mm telephoto lens ($35) gives artists the freedom to shoot close-ups of models without having to sit on their laps.