There are currently 30,000 Lomographs on the walls at the Museum Of London. We've spent six months gathering the shots from you the Lomography community, from workshops, and from the Team GB Paralympic Athletes in training. We've spent a week constructing this huge piece of art, and now we can confirm which Lomographers shots are on the wall!
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!
The Diana F+ has long been a lomographer's favorite for its beautifully dreamy photos. Wherever you shoot, the Diana F+ will definitely add a touch of retro charm to your lomographs. Let's follow lomographer-surfer Kara Hizon around her favorite beaches through her dreamy Diana F+ photographs!
I've been shooting black and white film more and more recently. Here are some of things I've learnt since shooting in black and white.
If you get frustrated when taking photographs of people, then help is at hand -- human beings are one of the most photographed subjects in the history of photography!
I'm pretty sure you've heard enough of tipsters about reusing and recycling empty canisters. To some, empty canisters are nothing, but to many, they are always something. Here's another something from nothing.
With everything else new at this time of the year, the "tipster":http://beta.lomography.com/magazine/blog/2009/01/02/tipster-the-all-new-diy-feature-cameras-and-accessories-on-lomography-com never fails to have its own renewal (but of course!) and makes everything more faster, feels stronger and looks better than ever before!
Getting blurry shots when you shoot inside? Night shots all browny looking or washed out? Got no detail in clouds or snow or on beaches? Get the right film for the job.