Interested to know what K-ON is all about? It's about 5 girls in a school band and their adventures together during Christmastime. The all-girls band in this animated flick uses analogue cameras, too! Read more after the break!
Inspired by creative artists who do customized works, I decided to give my Konstruktor a new look. Being able to give a personal touch to such a creative tool was a fun and rewarding project!
A simple yet elegant viewfinder camera, the BelOMO was made as a workhorse for everyday use during the Soviet Era. Find out more about this popular all-manual plastic camera in this installment of Lomopedia!
Camera envy is not enough, no sir. These already gorgeous analogue snappers get a full makeover with camera skins made entirely out of wood.
Now that you've decided to plan your next adventure, you are probably thinking how you can pack all your favorite films, cameras, and accessories. I come to the rescue with some rather basic packing tips that could be helpful, whether you're a novice or pro analogue traveler!
Are you presently planning any trips, whether a quick adventure or a long-term journey? Is that a yes? Well, I thought of whipping up a tipster for all you fellow analogue travelers out there. Read on and see if you find them useful!
Bebopbebop got his Weapon of Choice a few minutes before heading to Shanghai for a vacation. It might have given him a hard time at first but now it's his best buddy! Let's find out more about bebopbebop and his Weapon of Choice!
Kodachrome is one of those golden films from a not too distant past that has died a sudden death. Not only because the film was taken out of production, but even more so because it can no longer be developed. Or can it? Read on to find out how you can easily get some seriously funky bluescale pics out of your forgotten Kodachrome 64 stash.
A well-known model from the Smena line of inexpensive Russian cameras, the Smena 8M remains a popular option for those who are getting started with lomography. Find out more about this no-frills fantastic plastic snapper in this installment of Lomopedia!
Our product, the Konstruktor Transparent Edition, is purely for display purposes and not for photographic use. Its unique see-through body makes it impossible for anybody to take pictures. However, a Japanese creator named Naga-san used some tricks to make taking photos possible! How did he do it!? Read on to discover what kind of tricks he used.
Have you ever tried taking pictures by placing the camera on the floor? This is called the "Rat's Eye View Shot" and you can actually take long exposure shots at night without using tripods! Isn't that awesome? It's quite popular as well. Try this technique and enjoy the world of low angle.
It's been quite some time since I used the Agfa CT Precisa to cross process and the results convince me time and time again.
Because I won a La Sardina Telefonbuch edition and had no DIY version of the camera, this La Sardina had to suffer my crafting and tinkering wrath.
Been dying to get your hands on some jazzy new business cards or personalized stationery? This rumble with MOO is a can't-miss!
Looking for new ways to repurpose your unused medium format film spools? Why don't you try making a pen holder for your desk at the office?
Want a picturesque background for your portrait but you're stuck at home? All you need is a fast lens and a nice printer!
Let me introduce you to one of my most favorite slide films in this world: the Agfa CT Precisa.
There are many ways to attach your color filter to the camera. Today I want to show you my way. Especially for my LC-Wide since I have only a few mounting options. Also, I searched for a better solution than Tesa film. Velcro was my choice!
Love bokeh on your photos? Check out this quick and dirty Tipster on how to add more specular highlights to your bokeh photos!
Create your very own Lomo LC-A case from denim! This is very easy to do and adds a nice touch to your camera's look. See how I did it after the cut.