#BrandCrush: 3 Ways Lomography is Keeping the Classics Alive

Remember when we took 24 photos, developed them, and looked at every single one? Today’s digital world means taking thousands of pictures and looking at only a few—but not if you own a Lomo. This camera company is keeping it old-school and making film cameras so cool people get ‘em as tattoos.

Surreal Photographs Shot with Real-Life Props and a $50 Film Camera

In an age when shooting thousands of photographs no longer requires changing any rolls of film, it’s sometimes hard to remember that that wasn’t always the case. Lviv, Ukraine based photographer Oleg Oprisco is doing it the old fashioned way, and producing results which are stunningly surreal, harkening back to old fairytales and our more vivid dreams. Making images this perfect is hard to believe when made with actual film… and especially with a vintage camera that goes for about $50.

Build a Paper Hasselblad Camera… That Works!

It’s not often that we run across a piece of paper art that is also functional, but that’s just what we have here: set designer and paper aficionado Kelly Angood has recently designed a strikingly lifelike Hasselblad camera made entirely of paper and corrugated cardboard. As you can see from the results below, the pinhole camera gives some very stylish and classic results on it’s medium format 120 film.