Don't lose your precious gels ever again... It's sooooo simple!
Did you ever wonder how people get this nice sprocket holes on their pictures? Get yourself a medium format camera and a scanner and start making you own! I did it with two different scanners and would like to share the results with you. Perhaps you also have a scanner at home that is capable to do it!
Even though Lubitel 166+ is a bit expensive, it's worth every dollar of. It is best for those who want a TLR which is more professional.
A beautiful 1950s rangefinder camera, attractive and capable.
If you want to try some B/W action, but you’re feeling like you’re not sure about your results, and don’t want to spend a lot of money on trying, this is the right film for you!
I recently found a Minolta Maxxum 7000 in my local Salvation Army, why should you care? Read on to discover a pivotal moment in modern photography!
These few months, I've been uploading little by little the pictures this girl takes. I think I've tried with enough film types and light conditions as to do a proper review of my friend: Jessy the Yashica MG-1.
This time, I want to introduce my favorite camera, the Cosina CX-2. Why does it looks like the LOMO LC-A? Sure, because it is LOMO LC-A's father. Someone said the design of LOMO LC-A was derived from the Cosina CX-2.
I've been into Lomography for nearly 2 years now and as a designer I love eye catching images. I really love trying new things with photography. I'm a big fan of multiple exposures and now doing panoramas when possible!
What the heck is a strobist? It is basically off-camera lighting. What is the point of off-camera lighting you ask? Find out after the jump!
In which our hero attempts to devise a machine to rip a hole in the fabric of space and time, so as to peer more closely at the subjects he shoots. Or: holding a close-up filter in front of the Diana Mini to close the minimum focal distance gap.
The Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide Lens is how I see the world! Everyone has their perfect focal length -- you know, that camera vision that matches your own? Well 38mm on the Diana+ is mine.
The extremely popular Kodak No. 2A Brownie Model C was responsible for popularizing the concept of the snapshot.
Looking through the review articles I was surprised to find nobody has done a review of the Kodak Brownie 127 model, particularly as it lends itself so well to taking 35mm film.
My camera shutter is sticky... Should I throw it out with the garbage? Leave it on the shelf to gather dust? Or donate it to a museum? No way! Keep it for yourself and go out to take some shots! Expect the unexpected!
A quick and easy little tip to mark your full rolls of film.