The Lomography Gallery Store London is located in the unique Newburgh Quarter just off Carnaby Street in Soho.
Here you’ll find the full range of Lomographic products sheltered by the biggest Lomowall in the United Kingdom: no less than 14,000 Lomographs!
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Venue Details & Map
London Lomography Gallery Store
3 Newburgh StreetSohoLondonW1F 7RE
- +44 (0)20 7434 1466
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
This shop is a godsend. Have you ever heard of Lomography? It its early years it was just taking wonky pictures with four lenses with a cheap cameras.more
Christmas shopping for my big brother is always a nightmare. He's cool, he doesn't need anything and he's a boy. Dammit. Every year the same problems.
This shop is a godsend. Have you ever heard of Lomography? It its early years it was just taking wonky pictures with four lenses with a cheap cameras. Now its hipster pictures with four lenses on a heap cameras ... and its not digital!!! You...more
It's a Lomo shop. You either love them , or realise them for what they are. A place that literally mugs you for cameras that cost 10p to make and that should sell for £10 at most.
And now a joke: A man went into a Lomo shop and bought a Lubitel for £289.00.more
This is a dream come true for me!
I have drooled over the lomo shops located around the world and yearned for one to come to London! Finally!
Its great to be able to actually pick up the cameras and have a play around with them and find out about all their magical hidden features!
I treated myself to an adorable diana mini to experiment with! So far so good!
The shop is in a great...more
Being a Lomographer for years... to sum up my thoughts on the store there's only one word... WOW. This place is pure eye-candy to any analogue lover, and should be added to the "Must Do" list of any Lomographer! I never expected it to be this big and it's conveniently located right off Carnaby street. There are THREE spaces... read that right THREE. Every wall and surface is covered in cameras...more