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Tutorial: Rollei C41 Digibase – Color Film Development

The Rollei C41 Digibase Kit is a great solution for inexperienced lomographers wanting to develop their own color film. Unlike many other kits this one works at lower temperatures. It has allowed me to successfully develop color negative film, redscale film, and even cross-process slide film, all on the first go. In this tutorial I will explain this specific development process step by step and share some very handy graphs I made, that will help you develop your own film.

My Kodak E100VS debut
My Kodak E100VS debut
Infrared black and white test roll at Kew Gardens
Infrared black and white test roll at Kew Gardens
Infrared black and white test roll at Kew Gardens
Infrared black and white test roll at Kew Gardens

Fuji Velvia 50: The Film with Earth Colours

Hello everyone! In this article, I am introducing a slide film which is uncommon for lomographers. It is Fuji Velvia 50, as stated from the name, it is an ISO 50 slide film. I think most of the lomographers will be thinking of reddish colours when they see the word Velvia. But not for Fuji Velvia 50. The colours you will get are extremely amazing!

Tipster of the Week

The Tipster of the Week shows us a quick and easy way to get wonderful backlight photos. Achieving beautiful shots has never been this easy.

Easy Steps for Taking Beautiful Backlight Photos

In this tipster, I want to give lomographers a tip for shooting beautiful and lovely backlight photos. Isn't it great to have nice blue colour on the sky and those high contrasting colours of the subject you are shooting? I personally love it. There is a simple way to get these kinds of lovely shots which I found out around two years back.

Let's Make a Lomo Scrapbook

Turn your La Sardina Photo Accordion into a wonderful Lomo Scrapbook!

Playing with Pinholes: Turn an Empty Film Box into a Pinhole Camera

Most of us Lomographers tend to stack up empty film boxes everywhere, wishing to recycle them in a clever way. Here's just one of the many cool things you can do with them - pinhole cameras! Check out this easy tutorial on how to build your own 35mm pinhole camera with just a few basic things you can easily find at home!

Perpetual Pinholes: My Experiments in Solargraphing

Pinhole photography is a wonderful sport. It’s a bit of an extreme sport, but not of the flashy, quick sort. On the contrary, sometimes it takes months to produce only one picture. But unlike snowboarding, anyone can do it, even I!

Holgahood Pro

Six months after the review of my TLR Holga, I revisit with a Tipster to eliminate a strange reflection problem. Read my Tipster to find out the solution to this.