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How to Pull Out Stuck Film

Sometimes, our film gets stuck and you can't pull it out. What will you do? Go to the shop and ask someone to help you pull it out? I also experienced the same problem. By getting help from a friend's blog, I have learned a simple way to do it myself. Check it out!


Fashion in Film: Photos by Winona Barton-Ballentine

While fashion photography today remains dominated by digital convenience, a handful of photographers still prefer to work with film. Meet Winona Barton-Ballentine, a Brooklyn-based fashion photographer who prefers to capture style in analogue flavor.

Under the Needle: Permanent Lomography Love

Swallows, stars, anchors, a heart with the name of your love: they're all well known tattoos. But what if you're love isn't a person, but a camera?

Greg Ash's 10 Reasons Why 'Shooting Film Makes You Arty'

Film photographers are innately artsy. Everything they do, whatever kind of pictures they take: they are, more or less, automatically considered to be funky-fartsy. Every film photographer's self-portrait is his/her diary — or another just "another arty accident," says blogger Greg Ash.

PhotoRadar Texture Doubles

Cant find nice textured walls for doubles? Or probably too lazy to look for them? There are 100 textures that are available right infront of your computer monitor, you just need a little time to download them all.

Fotómetro de papel anti-zombi

¡Una de las (Lomo) profecías se está cumpliendo! En un mundo apocalíptico zombi tendrás que abandonar todas las comodidades tecnológicas de hoy en día. ¿Estás preparado para decir adiós a la electricidad y a la automatización de todo lo que va a pilas? El Exposímetro de papel te ayudará a sacar fotografías correctamente hasta el final de los tiempos .

Pero qué fácil es archivar los negativos

Si eres de los que los guardan cortados. Con mi escáner soy incapaz de digitalizar los negativos sin cortar así que, después de meterles tijera, no me cuesta nada tenerlos ordenaditos usando los propios sobres del laboratorio.

A DIY Splitzer for Your Diana

Are you a lover of the effects of the Splitzer, but you prefer to continue saving money for your next camera?

Shadow Subjects

The San Francisco-based photographer and writer, Ian Tuttle, has created an awesome way to keep his subjects within frame (so to speak). With this nifty camera modification there's always a captive audience!

Traffic Lights in My Photos

The traffic lights are signaling devices which are placed at the intersections of the streets, but also within your Lomographic cameras.

Developing Black and White at Home

All you need it ONE chemical, just one, the rest are ingredients that you find in the home or in the supermarket. Its very easy, takes 40 minutes or so and you save lots of money!! It works every time on slow films. Not so good for fast films. I can do this in the smallest of places no darkroom required

Give Your Diana a New Look!

Want to make your Diana even more special than it already is? Give it a refeshing new look with a new skin.

My Street Shooting Tips

Although I am not particularly good at street photography, I would like to share some tips that had worked for me. I hope that my tips will be of use to you. Do drop me a note if they work!

Dark Background for Double Exposures

Are your double exposures looking rather pale? Here's a quick and easy tip - just use a dark backdrop to change that!

Mi Archivo de Negativos Perfecto: Útil, Sencillo y Barato

Si hay algo que de verdad me da rabia, es el hecho de saber que poseo algo y que no soy capaz de encontrar por el desorden. Era una locura el intentar buscar un negativo para volver a escanearlo, sacar copias en papel o disponer de él. Era prácticamente imposible localizarlo de inmediato. Tardaba horas y horas en disponer del negativo que buscaba. La situación era desesperante.

¿Recuerdas las cabinas fotográficas?

¡Como extraño esas cabinas fotográficas analógicas!

La undécima regla de oro de la lomografía: el revelado cruzado

Todos conocemos las 10 Reglas de Oro de la lomografía (http://www.lomography.es/about/the-ten-golden-rules), pero no todo el mundo es consciente de que "practica el revelado cruzado" debería ser la undécima. Cada vez que un vendedor pone en las manos de un novato una cámara lomográfica debería informar al comprador sobre este maravilloso proceso. Hasta ahora yo no he probado más que cuatro películas distintas: Agfa CT Precisa (100 ISO), Fuji Velvia (100, ISO), Kodak Elitechrome EB (100 ISO), y Lomography Slide X-Pro (200 ISO). Veamos qué puedo contar sobre ellas.