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  • Constructing the Konstruktor: Reviews and First Impressions

    Constructing the Konstruktor: Reviews and First Impressions
    I told myself to wait. The next shipment of the Konstruktor camera would be in the Singapore Gallery Store in a couple of weeks, and I should just be patient. But looking at the laid out display of all the gears and parts did not help the temptation. Not only did I buy the display right then and there, I assembled it in the shop with my good lomo friend @kernlose. My reviews and initial impression of the Konstruktor assembly follow the jump! So much for patience...
  • Spring Cleaning Your Lomo House

    Spring Cleaning Your Lomo House
    If some of you remember, I made an article a while ago about a simple home organization project you can do to 1) de-clutter your life 2) keep your camera's in order, 3) keep all of you accessories in tact, and 4) keep together your prints, scans and negatives. Well spring is here (in some places in the world) which gives me the perfect excuse to clean up my "Lomo House." Trust me, if yours is anything like mine, you will need it.
  • A Match Made in Heaven: Horizon Kompakt and T64

    A Match Made in Heaven: Horizon Kompakt and T64
    Just recently, I have discovered the wonders of 35mm T64 Tungsten. It provides beautiful photos with vibrant yellow, orange, red, pink, and purple hues. When I popped it in (probably) my favorite camera, the Horizon Kompakt, it was like this camera and film were soul mates.
  • Lomo Life Book: Look at all those incredible pictures!

    Lomo Life Book: Look at all those incredible pictures!
    It’s been an amazing time full of new product launches: the 20th Anniversary LC-A+, the 110 Gold Editions, the Belair X 6-12 and on top of it: the Lomo Life Book. Who could resist this high-quality paper, amazing lomographs from our community and impressive stories.
  • Setting Off With Your Belair: Traveling Tips

    Setting Off With Your Belair: Traveling Tips
    With it's light weight body, compacting bellows, and it's charm the Belair X 6-12 is just screaming "TAKE ME ON A TRIP!" So now you can with confidence of your Belair being safely tucked away. Find out how to pack your own Belair safely to after the jump.
  • Tracing My Lomo Beginnings: What the Hell is Film?

    Tracing My Lomo Beginnings: What the Hell is Film?
    What is 35mm? What happens if I expose it to light? How do I load it? Did I do it right? I pestered my dad with these questions, being that I was completely new to this brand new world of Lomography. I look back now as my two year anniversary of being apart of Lomography is rearing closer, and trace my Lomo beginnings with my handy Fisheye No. 2!
  • Sunset Strip: Wonderfully Unpredictable

    Sunset Strip: Wonderfully Unpredictable
    Lomography's new emulsion, the Lomography Color X-Pro Sunset Strip, brings new wonders and opportunities for the Lomography community. I can't wait to get my hands on more: it may be my new favorite film!
  • The Horizon Kompakt: Have No Fear!

    The Horizon Kompakt: Have No Fear!
    I have the awesome privilege of trying out some Lomography cameras I don't own from my darkroom photography teacher at school. When he let me borrow the Horizon Kompakt and gave a roll of 400 Ilford Black and White 35mm film, I was thrilled and intimidated at the same time. But I say have no fear! The Horizon Kompakt does not fail to deliver, newbie or veteran Lomographers.
  • The Ultimate Project: Creating a Lomo House

    The Ultimate Project: Creating a Lomo House
    I was sick, and it was a rainy day. There was nothing to do, and so much time to waste! Then I spotted two things: an empty shelf in my closet, and the overclouded shelf of cameras. Then it hit me. I am going to make the ULTIMATE Lomo-home for my cameras. And here is how you can to!
  • Little Fish, Big World: Shooting with the Lomography Fisheye Baby 110

    Little Fish, Big World: Shooting with the Lomography Fisheye Baby 110
    A lens: smaller than a film canister. A shutter button: the size of an M&M. A body: it can be compared to a really fat goldfish. Despite the bad comparisons, you get the idea: the Lomography Fisheye Baby 110 is super small! But don't let it's size fool you! This little guppy makes it's way through a large ocean with amazing color and effects in the photos it produces.
  • Ready for Redscale: Make Your Redscales Look Their Best!

    Ready for Redscale: Make Your Redscales Look Their Best!
    Newbies and veterans of the Lomography community, redscale film is perfect for you! The trick is knowing how to utilize your redscale film to produce the ultimate look. From special locations, to lighting, create an powerful red image that speaks from a true Lomograph heart!