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Diana F+ Colourful Flash Gels: Always With Me!

Don't lose your precious gels ever again... It's sooooo simple!

How to Scan Sprockets with Different Scanners

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!

Lomo Lubitel 166+ vs Blackbird, Fly Focus

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.

Leica IIIg

A beautiful 1950s rangefinder camera, attractive and capable.

Lucky New SHD 100: The Perfect Film for Geting to Know B/W

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!

Back to the 80's with the Minolta Maxxum 7000!

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!

Yashica MG-1 (Jessy)

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.

LOMO LC-A's Father: The Cosina CX-2

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.

Panoramas with the La Sardina!

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!

Strobist Lomography

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!

Rocket no Sprockets
Rocket no Sprockets - SAM
Rocket no Sprockets - SAM
Summer Vacation 2011 - City Trip Part 2: Bruges
Summer Vacation 2011 - City Trip Part 2: Bruges
Summer Vacation 2011 - City Trip Part 1: Brussels
Roskilde Festival 2011

Getting a Little Bit Closer with Diana

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.

Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide Angle Lens

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.

Kodak No. 2A Brownie Model C - Magic in a Box

The extremely popular Kodak No. 2A Brownie Model C was responsible for popularizing the concept of the snapshot.

Sprocket-y Goodness with a Kodak Brownie 127

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.

Sticky Shutter = Nice Results!

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!

Recognize Your Roll

A quick and easy little tip to mark your full rolls of film.

Durga Puja in Pune