Every cross processed slide films have different color shifts. In order to use them flexibly, why don't we have a color palette?
The new Lomography Orca 110 film has made a big splash so we thought we’d collect all that you needed to know in one place in order to make your life easier. Curious about Orca? Then you’ve come to the right place.
Hold on tight because yet another analogue revolution is happening. Forty years after 110 format film was originally introduced in 1972, Lomography Orca is now the first 110 film to be produced since 2009. Yes! Lomography is single-handedly bringing this format back in circulation! So let us introduce you to the brand new, 100 ISO, crispy black & white Lomography Orca.
The last of the Ten Golden Rules of the Lomography says: "Don't worry about any rules." So, I use my old Lomo LC-A, which I owned from the beginning of the 90s, in a traditional way, not the "lomographic" way. Always think about the composition before taking a picture!
I was attracted by the photos taken by LC-A+ on lomographyasia.com and bought myself an LC-A+. It has now become my best companion.
Here's a tipster on how to use a redscale film without getting the full reddish effect or outcome of the film. If you want to get a result that brings out a yellow/gold effect, this tipster is for you.
If you love a limited color palette and shades of red, you've likely already discovered redscale film. Despite a simple concept, the range of achievable results with this inexpensive film is huge. Read on for a few simple tips!
Redscale is the most simple experiment a lomographer can undertake (before you hit the dishwasher). But what does extended range mean and how can you use it?
Looking to put a little Love into your photos? Cutting a custom heart-shaped mask for your camera will frame everything you adore nicely. A simple mod that works on almost any film camera.