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Street Style
Street Style
Street photography is all about thinking on your feet, acting fast, and finding inspiration in the everyday. Lightweight and portable gear is a bonus, as well as a flexible focal length that's suitable for a wide range of lighting conditions and subjects. NYC-based photographer Cesar Cordone is known for his fast-paced, documentary-style photography and we knew that our Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 2.8/32 Art Lens would be his ideal companion! Head to our Magazine to find out more about his experience and why he recommends this super compact Art Lens.
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"The pancake lens paired with the 32 mm focal length really impressed me for how it held up while shooting around the city. While testing it, I shot with the lens both before and after the weather dipped. I found it to be lightweight and never intrusive."
—Cesar Cordone
Save on the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens
Save on the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens
A prime lens ready for your urban adventures, achieve signature LC-A snaps with radiant colors, knockout contrast and shadowy vignettes. Now with 10% off as part of our Art Lens Awards, it's rangefinder coupled for your m-mount lenses and you can also enjoy its premium optics with your Sony E, Nikon Z and Canon R cameras using our close-up M-mount to Mirrorless Adapters. The 32 mm wide-angle lets you appreciate everything around you and the compact pancake design with tab-zone focusing means it's super-smooth to use and you can carry it with you wherever you go.
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Black and White Scenes
Black and White Scenes
Many street photographers opt for a monochrome approach to their street photography. It lends a timeless feel to your images, can put more focus on your subject and add more depth to your composition through shadows and highlights. For super dramatic snaps, the Lomography Kino films are a must-have for showstopping shots in the city. Fantôme Kino at ISO 8 pairs well with the fast aperture of the Minitar-1 lens while Babylon Kino brings soft storytelling into the mix and Potsdam Kino casts an unmistakable monochrome charm.
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We'd like to thank the following photographers for their photos: Cesar Cordone, mr_lim & mucino92
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