So, it’s been a while but Lomography has been busy konstrukting something interesting for all of its fans and analogue photography fans! Here it is! On 13 June 2013, the Konstruktor was launched worldwide at Lomography Gallery Stores.
I was pleased to attend the Launch Party at Lomography Gallery Singapore. Here are some photos I took of the set on display at the LGS!
Oh look! You can see what you’re shooting! Focusing works! 😉 Plus, the lens is detachable – which means we might see some interchangeable lenses coming! Hooray!!! During the party, there was a Sandwich Slam (sandwich making contest) going on, and well, who could say No to being part of the action?
Hey ho! Lookie! I got myself a Konstruktor! Can’t wait till I finally open the package and start assembling the camera! 🙂
To find out more about the Konstruktor, read my previous post or visit the microsite here.
Following the exciting revival of the 110 format film, it was only a matter of time before Lomography launched its very own 110 camera! And here it is!!! Lomography has launched its very own Fisheye Baby 110 !!!
The Fisheye Babies come in simple yet trendy Black/White color scheme. The 2 variations have 1 key difference which is the flash connectivity (PC-sync port) on the Metal version (you can see the metal connection port on the top panel).
This is how it looks like with the Colorsplash Flash attached via a PC-sync adapter! How cool!!!
And, this is how it looks from the side – you can see the film cartridge from this angle.
And this is how it looks like sitting onto my (compact) Olympus Trip 35 🙂
The wonderful folks at Lomography Singapore unveiled the new cameras through a puppet show! It was a shame that I didn’t manage to get a photo of that part of the party.
Here are the photos of some of the cool lomo-heads I met at the party!
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And a glimpse behind the scene after all the drawing and cutting …
The software (AniMaker) was easy to grasp and very user-friendly, we go the hang of it very quickly and here is our short (and very simple) Stop Motion clip on the adverse effects of air pollution. This was all done in under an hour, including everything from the drawing, cutting and putting everything together. And, it’s our very first attempt, so… try not to laugh (too much) ok? :p
Overall, it was an awesome evening. I learned something new and met some cool peeps. 😉