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How to Do Macro Shots with Porst Compact-Reflex Camera

Last Christmas, I got the Holga Macro Lens Set, which is available for € 10 in the Lomography Online Shop. It includes two lenses, which you can use with 120 and 135 Holgas. However, I have used it differently. Let me show you how after the jump!

Pinhole Camera Project: How to Turn a Disposable Camera into a Pinhole

If you are looking for something that will make you busy, here is an alternative pinhole project in addition to a matchbox pinhole, pinhole can and paper pinhole cam. This article is a rough instruction on how to modify a disposable camera and turn it into a pinhole.

B – Square scuba: camara subacuática reutilizable

Como se está acercando el verano, hay que sacar brillo a las cámaras subacuáticas. El mundo de la lomografía, nos ha venido ofreciendo carcasas para poder “sumergir” nuestras cámaras en el agua. También aparecieron cámaras sencillas que permiten este tipo de fotografía. En concreto, en el mercado general, podíamos (incluso podemos …) encontrar cámaras subacuáticas de un solo uso.

Volete costruirvi una Camera Pinhole ? Eccovi una valida guida.

Avete celebrato il Pinhole Day con la vostra macchinetta stenopeica autocostruita? Bene, allora questo articolo non è rivolto a voi :) . Questa guida è dedicata a tutti quelli che non hanno potuto celebrare questo evento perchè non sono riusciti a procurarsi una fotocamera Pinhole! Siete pronti? Armatevi di pazienza e continuate a leggere!

Lomo Smena 8M: The Actual Lomographic Camera

The perfect camera for begginers, and also for Lomographers who want to learn the basics of photography.

Fire Woman and Man with B Setting and Some Light Sticks

Making your friends and family burn up is easier and safer than you think.

Purely Pinholes: Pinhole Photography Tips

If you want to go back to the roots of photography, one thing you can do is play with a pinhole camera. By using a pinhole camera, you can learn or go back to the basics of photography while having a lot of fun. Here are some tips that might help you.

How to Build Your Own Medium-Format Pinhole Camera

It's April and soon, Pinhole Day will come. Everybody's gotta try and shoot with a pinhole camera and here's how to build one. Enough said!

Shooting Bulb Mode with Holga on a Sunny Day

If you feel like shooting with your Holga using slow shutter speed to achieve the blurry effects on a bright, sunny day, the only way is to narrow your lens opening.

Playing with Pinholes: Make Your Own Instant Pinhole!

Did you know April 29th is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day? How about celebrating it building your own pinhole camera? How about making an instant pinhole camera? You only need an Instant Back+ and then it really is easy as pie!

Pinhole Negatives
Experimenting with Coloured Celophane

Exacta 135: The Cheapest Camera Ever?

When my good friend nicolas_noir told me he had purchased 17 brand new cameras for £11, I did not hold out much hope for the sort of quality photos the cameras would produce. Always in the mood for a bargain, however, I decided to take the plunge and see what happened.

Vivitar IC100: A Poor Guy's LCA+

This is one of my favorite film cameras. Come on and find out why Philippine Lomographers love this camera so much!

The Rule of Almost Thirds

You may have heard of two important and closely related composition guidelines, the “Rule of Thirds” and the “Golden Ratio”. Let’s examine these and see how to incorporate these into creating more powerful photographs.

Cloud 9 with the Pop9: Experimenting with the Lens

The Pop 9 is a great little camera which produces 9 identical images on one 35mm frame, and, as Lomography says, instantaneously transforms the environment around you into explosions of pattern-repeating pop-art! But what happens if you would like to experiment with it a bit more to give you different results? Keep reading this tipster for a lens modification, giving you twice the fun!

Yo disparo Redscale, ¡tú puedes también!

La película Redscale es una película de color rojo natural, hecha para proporcionarnos unas impresionantes fotos vintage y con dorados fantasmagóricos. La podemos encontrar en la Lomography Store o podemos hacerla nosotros mismos.

Envuelto en papel transparente

¿Estás cansado de las fotos aburridas? ¡Coge un poco de papel transparente de tu cocina y haz una máscara con él!

Dobles vintage: fotos antiguas en blanco y negro con color encima

Muchos Lomógrafos adoran el "film-swap", una especie de disciplina que consiste en que dos o más Lomógrafos, de un lado y otro del océano, hagan dobles entre los dos. Pero quizás ninguno de vosotros ha hecho nunca una doble "viajando atrás en el tiempo". Sigue leyendo para descubrir cómo es posible hacerlo.

How to do C41 at Home

After almost two years of nonstop shooting film and more than $1000 worth of expenses on processing and prints, I needed to reconsider my budget and find a way of being able to shoot more and pay less. And then I started to process my rolls at home. It is as easy as it could be and I‘ll show you today how to do it, step by step.