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  • An analogue camera thriving in a digital age
  • An analogue camera thriving in a digital age
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An analogue camera thriving in a digital age

Digital technology is killing most physical media – from CDs to newspapers. But what about analogue photography? Lomography is a 23-year-old camera company that's weathered the onslaught of both digital cameras and the smartphone explosion by sticking to its old-school roots.

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