Intruder PB6763.2019

About Lomography

Lomography : Don't think, just shoot. Real lomographers use analogue cameras and film.

My 'lomography style' photos are shot with a Canon 250D using the analogue Neptune Convertible Art Style system which is a handcrafted Art Lenses System with three interchangeable front lenses and two aperture mechanisms for unlimited creative possibilities. Fully manual aperture and focus. By interchanging the three front lens components, you can shoot at fixed focal lengths of 35mm, 50mm and 80mm. Each Art Lens System also comes with a macro adapter so you can get incredibly close to your subject for intimate, detailed shots. Each front lens has its optimal maximum aperture, but you can push beyond these to experiment. Thalassa: 35mm Perfect for architecture, street and reportage. With a closest focusing distance of 0.25m, you can capture all the gritty details that make this beautiful planet we live on so captivating. Its optimal maximum aperture is f/3.5.


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Despina: 50mm Ideal for fashion, editorial and everyday photography. It comfortably captures everything from full-length portraits to editorial spreads and produces very little distortion. 50mm also produces delicate bokeh — particularly when fired at the largest aperture of f/2.8. Despina’s closest focusing distance is 0.4m. Proteus: 80mm has a very shallow depth of field, meaning that it produces beautiful bokeh backgrounds perfect for framing portraits. Bypass the optimal largest aperture of f/4.0 to experiment with the blurred areas in your shot even more. Proteus has a closest focusing distance of 0.8m. By simply mixing and matching the lens components, apertures and plates, you can adapt the Neptune Convertible Art Lens System to every shooting situation — whether street, fashion, nature, portraiture or just the beautiful simplicity of everyday life.


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