Do you want to scan your negatives a different way? I have the solution, you don't even need a scanner! Just keep reading and you'll see! :)
We all know how astonishing and breath-taking Mother Nature can be. However, are you able to take advantage of all this beauty and portray it in your photographs? Here are some humble tips that may help you.
What kind of angle do you usually use to shoot your shots? I do understand that everyone uses different camera angles due to the subject one likes to capture. However, what I always try to do when I shoot is to have a low angle. When you hold your camera and shoot with the low angle, you can definitely gain a different result on your film! You can change your world by changing your angle!
I think silhouettes are familiar to everyone. I personally love to take the silhouettes of tree branches. Silhouette is full of mystery, mood and emotion. I love silhouettes because they do not give a clear picture of the photos for us to create imagination.
Let’s be honest, everybody has their own stereotype of one another. This also applies to the photography world where analogue enthusiasts have this certain impression towards digital lovers, and vice versa.
A field test to compare digital and analog photography.
One most often thinks about exposure time when shooting in a dark setting. So what setting befits an eight-second exposure? When attempting to capture the night scenes in your city? Perhaps, but let artist Nicolas Ruel provide you with a less conventional answer!
A meticulous technique, learn to make such microclics after the jump!
this one is really easy. It's something you can easily try within all the techniques from MX. You can basically snap whatever you want, and you can create very unique shots! You just need to know how to MX it :)
A few days ago I got my super cute Diana Baby 110. With my cameras, I always like to safely carry them around my neck, so I quickly made a camera strap.
The Multiple Exposure (MX) technique is one method to create some of the most unique photos know to Lomographers! We all love MX, but what are the techniques? Flowers are my favorite subject for MX. I often mix them with landscapes, old factories, trees and so on. Now, let's take a look at how we can create those wonderful images!
A really easy way to give your camera a unique new look is through a nice camera strap. This tutorial will teach you how to make your camera truly your own. You probably already own all the necessary equipment, so there's no excuse not to give it a go!
“The splendor of Yosemite burst upon us and it was glorious.” These were the immortal words that Ansel Adams wrote when he first visited Yosemite in 1916.