The smartphone lomography film scanner is finally launched after reaching its funding goal on Kickstarter in less than 24 hours! This incredible success says a lot about the longing photographers feel for the now nostalgic film medium.
Especially after the saddening cessation of classic Polaroid film and the increasing prices of film developing due to lowered demand, photographers have been discouraged to continue what now seems to be struggle to maintain film photography practices.
This wonderful new gadget will let all of the film photographers and appreciators to have their very own black room at the convenience of their homes. The Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner will instantly scan 35mm films using smartphone technology and save these photos in their film form to be edited. The negative scans can be instantly switched into positive scans and instantly shared as wished.
Smartphone Lomography Scanner Redeems Old Films Back on Virtual Space
1. Film Photography Revival - The success of the smartphone lomography film scanner highlights the continued interest in film photography, providing opportunities for innovative products and services.
2. DIY Film Development - The convenience of the smartphone lomography film scanner opens up opportunities for individuals to develop their own film at home, disrupting traditional film developing services.
3. Digital Film Preservation - The ability to scan and save film photos digitally with the smartphone lomography film scanner creates new possibilities for preserving and sharing vintage images.
1. Photography Equipment - The smartphone lomography film scanner presents an innovative product for the photography equipment industry, catering to the growing demand for film photography.
2. Mobile Technology - The integration of smartphone technology in the lomography film scanner creates opportunities for the mobile technology industry to develop innovative scanning solutions.
3. Digital Imaging - The smartphone lomography film scanner disrupts the digital imaging industry by offering a new way to digitize and edit film photos.