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How to do C41 at Home

After almost two years of nonstop shooting film and more than $1000 worth of expenses on processing and prints, I needed to reconsider my budget and find a way of being able to shoot more and pay less. And then I started to process my rolls at home. It is as easy as it could be and I‘ll show you today how to do it, step by step.

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Michelle Bates: Toying with Creativity

Michelle has been a passionate photographer since she was young, and learned her way around a camera in 1991 at the Maine Photographic Workshops, where she first discovered the Holga. Now she teaches about toy plastic cameras and has even written a book about it!

Film Director David Slade Proves to Be an Analogue Genius!

If you don’t immediately recognize his name, you should be sorry. Especially if you’re a Twilight fan. He was behind the camera during the Eclipse production, and now, behind yet another camera (one of ours!), he captures a tale for us to enjoy.

Lifestyle Feature of the Week

This week's featured lifestyle article is "Lost and Found: My Six-Year-Old Memories from Bristol Recovered." All the way from Hungary, trychydts found some some forgotten black & white negatives and recently got the prints. The images of the suspension bridge are particularly moving. Read more to see the photos.

The Lomography Win Your Wishlist

Are you desiring something so badly in our Online Shop? Is it the LomoKino? The LC-Wide perhaps? A La Sardina sounds pretty neat, too!

Paul Newman Hugging Joanne Woodward While Playing the Trombone

Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward were married for 50 years until his death. Most likely Paul Newman picked up this instrument in Martin Ritt's Paris Blues starring him as trombone-playing Ram Bowen along Sidney Poitier.

Step-By-Step Guide to Developing Black and White T-MAX Film

This tutorial will explain the process of developing T-MAX film as a simple step-by-step walkthrough. It’s a great introduction to understanding how film development works, and how you can improve your photography by giving the process a try!

Kodak Will Keep Film Alive

Nearly a month after Kodak announced its move to file for bankruptcy protection, the iconic company finally has a good news for film photographers: it will cease the production of digital equipment but will carry on with its film division. Read more about it after the jump!

Belle Starr: The Bandit Queen

Belle Starr was an American outlaw known as the Bandit Queen. As a child, she excelled in several subjects but as she grew older, she fell into the wrong crowd and led a life of crime. Learn more about her story after the break.

PYHOF: Johnny Cash, The Man In Black

In honor of the two latest additions to the expanding La Sardina clan - the Wild West Editions, Belle Starr and Coyote - here's "The Man In Black" for this week's playlist!

FLUX Hawaii & Lomography Present: The Life in Flux Competition

Lomography and FLUX Hawaii teamed up for a photo competition that flows! A competition that brings together photos in state of flow. Check out the details after the jump!

Ansel Adams: Los Angeles in the 1940’s

We know Ansel Adams for his photos of landscapes in black and white. Before that, he was a photojournalist who took assignments from publications. In the 1940’s, Fortune Magazine gave him an assignment to take photos of Los Angeles.

Anthotypes – Making a Print Using Plants

It is possible to print photographs using nothing but juice extracted from the petals of flowers, the peel from fruits and pigments from plants. In this great tipster from Malin Fabbri of alternativephotography.com, you can find out how!

Plastic Fantastic: Barbie Goes Classic

Recreating famous masterpieces of art are a becoming a trend nowadays. In this feature, Barbie is incorporated into history's most iconic works. Take a look at our plastic-fantastic muse's versatility after the stop.

Two Toronto Teens Send Lego Man Outer Space

Two twelfth graders paved their way into awesomeness by launching a Lego man into outer space and took photos of its journey using a DiY rig and a $400 budget. Let's check it out!

La Sardina vs. Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim (Part 1)

I did a side-by-side comparison of La Sardina with Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim, and discovered some very interesting things. This is the first installment of a two-part review.

Folding Cameras: Medium Format in the Pocket

Folding cameras have been popular from the beginning of the 20th century to the 50s. How usable are they today ? What are the benefits and what are the drawbacks ?

Sprocket Holes: 135 Film in a 120 Roll

There are many ways of shooting with 135 in a 120 camera to sensitize the sprocket holes. This is an option in wich you can use the paper protection roll of 120 films.

The Best Alternative Movie Posters!

You know these films, but the movie posters presented here are likely ones that you have never seen plastered on the sides of buildings or framed in cinema houses! They aren't conventional, but are special and even have their own 'school' in the world of art!