Vintage is the new black. We’ve been hearing and seeing alot of those preppy old-school cameras but what exactly are they?

Fisheye Camera

Fisheye cameras feature special built-in wide angled lenses (also known as fisheye lenses) and shoot fisheyed-distorted pictures as though you are looking through a glass spherical globe.

Fisheye Lenses

In photography, a fisheye lens is a wide-angle lens that takes in an extremely wide, hemispherical image. Originally developed for use in meteorology and astronomy and called “whole-sky lenses”, fisheye lenses quickly became popular in general photography for their unique, distorted appearance. They are often used…

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Holga Cameras

Holga cameras are actually toy cameras (yes you heard me right) made in China, but they are becoming increasingly popular as they are cheap and yield pictures that have a certain grainy look on them which gives a vintage feel on your pictures.


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The concept behind fisheye lenses and the popularity of vintage Holga cameras as well as polaroid cameras in these times is based on the increasing popularity of casual and snapshot photography, when over-saturated colors, off-kilter exposure, blurring, “happy accidents,” and alternative film processing are what makes pictures special and VINTAGE. These techniques are often considered part of the ‘Lomographic Technique’

Lomography Cameras

What is Lomography Again?

Lomography is the commercial trademark of Lomographische AG, Austria for products and services related to photography. The name is inspired by the former state-run optics manufacturer LOMO PLC of Saint Petersburg, Russia. LOMO PLC created and produced the 35 mm LOMO LC-A Compact Automat camera

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