Early this year, we zoomed in on the works of Los Angeles-based photographer Brice Bischoff, absolutely positive that film-loving people and long exposure fans would love the way he brought color to a bare and dull-looking location. We got in touch with Brice to learn more about him and his work, so if you're also curious, let's revisit some of his colorful long exposures, take a peek at some of his new works, and find out more about his inspirations, motivations, and plans as an artist.
Be inspired by Sammy Slabbink, an artist who makes use of the old to create something surreal, intriguing, and entirely new.
You wound your film backwards too far and now it is inside the cartridge, but you still want to do multiple exposures or develop by your own? Seems not to be a problem anymore with this tipster, how to build a simple instrument to get the film back.
I decided to shoot a roll of doubles with myself layering the stars of the night sky with ordinary things down on Earth!
Lomographers are cat lovers, yes. Cats dominate our LomoHomes, our Selected Photos section, and sometimes even our blogs and articles!
Long exposure is among the more popular techniques used to capture light, and it can be done so easily and beautifully to capture the illusion of night. There's a wide spectrum of lighting to be found on a street, highway, in a tunnel, factory, during a sunset, and even a heavily lit Christmas scene. So go ahead and capture it! Sound hard? It's actually quite simple really! As long as you know what to prepare, you'll be able to capture extremely cool long exposure shots!
Month-by-month I'll pick up one Lomograph and write a brief Tipster on, and anything associated with my feelings towards, it. The second article features a January-photo. After the jump, I'll introduce you to a "stellar Lomograph" by virtue of the LC-A+ – a chance I 've been waiting for, for a long time!