I took a chance on a roll of Kodak Ektachrome Elite II 100 film which expired in 1998. It wasn't well-stored so I had the lowest expectations of the $3 discontinued slide film. But after using it on my trip to Boracay, I ended up loving the photos and now want to buy the rest of the deadstock! Find out why here.
The Canon AF35M was the world’s first fully automatic compact camera, sturdy as a rock, heavy as a brick and fast as lightning – but boy, is it loud.
I've seen the Ferrania Eura on Ebay and directly fell in love. Her look is beautiful. I just never expected that I would like their photos so much. I own cameras with a beautiful look but I don't like the photos they produce.
Rummaging through my ever expanding camera collection, I came across the Minolta XG-1 and felt a pang of guilt: I'd had this thing for years, but never used it. High time to go shopping for a fresh battery and take the Minolta out for a walk!
Sought after by lomographers, camera collectors, and generations of film photographers to this day, the Lomo Smena Symbol is noted for being a lightweight camera that offers robust controls and takes photos with saturated colors.
For this week's edition of Reviews on Rewind, we focus on a camera that not a lot of Lomographers have, but constantly dream about. Say hello to the Widepan Pro II!
Ilford recently released disposable or one-time-use cameras with two of their signature films: XP2 or HP5 Plus. I saw the announcement for these cameras earlier in the year and was waiting to get my hands on these one-time-use cameras from Ilford.
It looks and feels a little bit like an LC-A, but slightly different. Can this Japanese compact-camera give our Russian classic a run for its money?
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? On this day, in 1946, a boy named Farrokh Bulsara was born. Later in his life, he would change his name to Freddie Mercury and he would go on to be one of the greatest singers in rock history.
This installment of Lomopedia is about the Pentax K1000, one of the simplest manual cameras that came to be known as one of the quintessential "student's camera."
Today in History (1888): George Eastman receives patent for his roll film camera and registers the Kodak trademark
On this same day in 1888, Kodak marks its journey as a trusted brand for film and cameras with a registered trademark and a patent for his camera design.
Queen performing on a stage with blue background as Freddie Mercury jumps up with his arms outstretched
The cool Flash shirt returns as Queen frontman Freddie Mercury leaps high to make his stage presence felt!
Wondering what else your Lubitel camera is good for? If you haven't tried shooting stylish outfits and fashionable looks in film, this medium format camera is a great one to start with! Take a look at some impressive fashion photos taken by our fellow lomographers using their Lubitel cameras after the jump!
When using the camera to take a photo, there are loads of things to bear in mind in order to get the best results. Here is a guide that will help you make the most out of your camera.