Lomography Gallery Store New York

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Details
41 W 8th St (btwn 6th Ave & MacDougal St)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 529-4353
Camera Store, Art Gallery, Photography Lab
Hours
Mon–Sat: 11:00 AM–8:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • You can develop your film here. The quality of printing is very high, also the design of the box in which you get your pics is awesooome
  • borrow any one of their cameras for a day and shoot like a madman
  • Get back to 35mm film for the last time.
  • Nice people serving :) , you need to buy film to use their film cameras for free - polaroids are 10 bucks.
  • Great place to get some interesting 35 mm film.
  • According to Lomography, the future is analog. Head to the Greenwich Village gallery and shop for all types of film-based cameras, accessories, travel cases, and more.
  • Not the cheapest place to get your film developed and you have to wait till 6pm the following day to pick up, but they do a good job
  • Awesome assortment of cameras and lenses.
  • The males that work there seem very indifferent.
  • Sit down on the sofa's in the back, pick up a big photography book, and indulge in the awesome that is Lomography.
  • you can borrow a camera any time for free!!! go to one of their classes, $10, free film, borrow a camera for the class and get a 10% off coupon for your next purchase!
  • One of the best analog film photo shops in the world. Plus they do a killer development job.
  • Unimaginably expensive. The high grain low-quality film with weird effects would cost you 2 times as much as professional film.
  • Ask the staff about the Lomo films.
  • Great customer service, smoothest merchandise return of my life
  • super fun shop for photog inspo, prints, classes & rando gear.
  • AWESOME. I want to buy everything that they sell. If I ever visit New York again I will come back, over and over again.
  • Staff here was very friendly and even gave my fiancee and I a free roll of film when we showed them our matching Lomo tattoos! :)
  • This place is fun. Borrow a camera for free, shoot a few rolls of film, or see if they'll let you take out the polaroid Diana. You can drop off your film when you return the camera.
  • They now have lomo kino..