Un dia vi algunos resultados alucinantes con los splitzers, así que un día de lluvia decidí hacer el mio propio y ¡qué mejor cámara para probarlo que La Sardina! Lee este artículo y entérate de cómo lo hice.
I placed a pre-order for this film maybe 6 or 7 months ago. I'll let you guess how ecxited I was when I received the package last week. I was like a kid in a candy store so I decided to spend the next Sunday in a park I have never been before. The Park Monceau in Paris. The weather was perfect for a first try with this purple gem!
Herbert joined the community only in 2009, but he has been an analogue photography enthusiast perhaps longer than anyone else in the community. His collection is a treasure trove of cameras, lenses, and accessories. Read on to find out about one of the most respected members and camera collectors in the Lomography community, herbert-4, or simply Herbert.
Camping with the kids? Don't leave home without a first aid kit! If you don't have one, here's a handy guide to create one using a film canister!
Want to jazz up your next party and up it a level or two? Add a dash of sophistication and kitsch with these film canister place holders!
Last December I got to try taking photos with a Lomo camera for the first time – with the Sprocket Rocket, to be specific – and immediately got hooked.
When I ordered my Belair X 6-12 City Slicker, I bought it as a bundle with the 35mm back. During our holidays near Venice in Italy I shot my first roll with it. Read on for the photos and my findings!
For about a month or two now I've been using the La Sardina 8Ball, and when used with the Lomography Color Negative 400 ISO it delivers beautiful pictures. So for now, this is my perfect combination!
If you're looking for a new film photography project, why don't you try something closer to home, something like let's say your film canisters?