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Old 11-28-2012   #1
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Lomography: New analogue print service

The Lomographic Society International (LSI) in Vienna, Austria, is just going ahead, making the next step.
They are now offering also a completely analogue print service:

http://microsites.lomography.com/prints/
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Very nice, although does not work for me when I try to order prints. I'll be interested to see how much this costs. All my prints are from scans, and I'd like to see the difference.
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Well, they are definitely selling the sizzle. Your crappy, fuzzy, scratched photos will look so much better printed 24 inches square on real analogue paper. The galleries will come knocking at your door, I guess is the vibe.

How much is this analogue magic going to cost?
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That's some good news. I wish Lomography the best of success with this.
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You have to hand it to these guys.

Everyone else is sitting on their hands waiting for the inevitable demise of analog photography ... and they're busy finding new ways to sell it to the masses!
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Once this were called wet prints, didn't it?
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Awesome! I hope this will be available worldwide.
I feel like they have a very positive attitude, and they put it into actions, as opposed to murmuring about film is dead and such.
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Well, they are definitely selling the sizzle. Your crappy, fuzzy, scratched photos will look so much better printed 24 inches square on real analogue paper. The galleries will come knocking at your door, I guess is the vibe.

How much is this analogue magic going to cost?
Maybe one of us should email them and request they try not to market film photography so hard. Anyway, nothing to stop you sending in a good negative, rather than a Lomo stereotype.
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From their standpoint, it will probably pay off. Hand made analog prints. Just curious what such a service would cost these days.
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From their standpoint, it will probably pay off. Hand made analog prints. Just curious what such a service would cost these days.
No idea, but I'm interested, I've used their processing/prints service, and it was good and quick. Not the cheapest though.
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The linked order website finally works and you can check their prices for analogue prints. Well, as expected, it's not cheap...
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still doesn't work for me.
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Switch the language from English to German... That works and most parts are still in English, anyway.
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Still give me a bad link. I'm sure it will be up soon, though.
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... and they're busy finding new ways to sell it to the masses!
Masses?
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Here ya go:

http://shop.lomography.com/lomolab-analogue-prints
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Sorry, Griffin, here is what I get:

"Ooops! Sorry, but it looks like you followed a bad link."

Has anyone in the U.S. been able to get the link to work?
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It didn't work for me either, so I clicked on the Shop link.
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I wonder if the prints will come with vicious vignetting and soft as all get out away from the centre?
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