Making your friends and family burn up is easier and safer than you think.
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.
There's big difference between just take a photo and shoot a portrait. In portraits, the work is even harder: you have to capture your subject's most relevant traits, his personality and peculiarity. Without forgetting a good composition. So here you are some easy tips and guidelines to plunge safely into portrait photography world!
Never mind the weight - it builds character and steadies your shots as well! The FED 5B is your perfect street shooting companion.
I've been longing to process my film rolls on my own so I tried developing my color negative film in black & white developing chemicals, namely Ilford XP2. I was so surprised with the results and I love it! Read more to see the step-by-step of self-developing.
With over 2,000 entries to the Lomography Win Your Wishlist competition the results are in and 5 lucky winners have been chosen! What a way to ring in the spring with photos taken using brand new cameras that have been in warehouse hibernation!