Here's a quick tipster on how you can make your own 127 film out of an old roll of 127 film and a normal 35mm film.
Spring is in the air! And it's time to get out of your analogue hibernation and start shooting! Join this season's photo rumble and you might just win something sweet! Read on...
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.
All fans of russian rangefinder cameras known the legendary Fed 2, but this one has something special! Why? Read this article!
In this tipster, I'll show you how to (temporary) modify your Diana F+ in order to take some beautiful split photos. A split photo is composed of 2 different photos merged together. The split wil be made by 4 vertical interleaved bars.
The Queen of Hearts isn't the only one capable of beheading! Diana is another lady adept at it. Here are a couple of simple tips to help avoid the problem of chopping people's heads off.
After what seemed like too long ago, we're bringing back the Camera Review of the Week to acknowledge the insights and first impressions of our community members on various analogue cameras out there. Let's get started with a review on a classic Olympus shooter!
If you want to make a LomoKino movie and tell a story with it, there is a procedure that has helped generations of filmmakers to get the best out of their projects, here you will a find a step by step guide to acheive your LomoKino goals.
Ever wondered if you can shoot long exposure movies with the LomoKino? Well, you can, and with this modification from Mandi at Lomography HQ, you can find out how!
In the first installment of my regular series What it Takes, I transform a dirty but unusual old half-frame camera from a grimy mess into a fantastic photographic workhorse using nothing but some elbow grease and a spot of glue. Read about the transformation after the jump.
Hier ist eine Review über den Actionsampler Flash mit Aufnahmen von Weihnachten. Lies von meinen Erfahrungen mit dieser Kamera!
There are many wonderful cameras out there and some can do amazing stuff, but usually they can do only this or that. With the Nikon F80 you can do everything you can imagine, have fun and work like a pro! All in the same camera!
In observance of our LC-A Day and Night campaign, here's the second of our two rumbles dedicated to our biggest Lomography star: The LC-A+. Find out more on how to join after the jump.
This great modification turns your LomoKino into a fisheye snapper! Read on to find out how to do it in just two simple steps...
The Empire Junior model no. 981 is a mystique! I saw her (although it is more a he...) so I saw him in a second hand shop in Utrecht in the original box including the nice instructions what you should do or better not do. I hesitated a bit as I really have enough cameras!
The glass on flatbed scanners should be as clean as you can get it if you want crisp sharp scans of your film or prints, but sometimes dust or haze can get on the internal surface of the scanner glass. For my Epson V500, cleaning it was really easy and well worth doing.
A quick and easy modification to make your LomoKino see through fishy eyes!