Are you presently planning any trips, whether a quick adventure or a long-term journey? Is that a yes? Well, I thought of whipping up a tipster for all you fellow analogue travelers out there. Read on and see if you find them useful!
We all have been thanking our trusted analogue cameras for all those beautiful shots we have taken -- and the love for these fancy cameras just can't be denied; it's true and it's indescribable.
This Community could be such a maze once entered and discovered. Too many words? Too many Lomography terms? Then fret not! Because we at the Community have come up with this Lomography Dictionary just for you!
A really easy way to give your camera a unique new look is through a nice camera strap. This tutorial will teach you how to make your camera truly your own. You probably already own all the necessary equipment, so there's no excuse not to give it a go!
Every cross processed slide films have different color shifts. In order to use them flexibly, why don't we have a color palette?
We found this neat article by Brian Auer and thought we'd share it with our dear Lomographers! We're all analogue photographers here, but what kind are you? New Age Film Convert, Old School Film Extremist, or somewhere in between? Tell us, we'd love to know! :-)
I can’t bring my entire beloved cameras. So, which should I pick? Which should I go with? Which will I miss most?
Since I got into analogue photography, I´ve only developed one roll in the lab: they took one day to develop and scan it, and then I found out they hadn’t scanned the sprocket holes… I really needed a scanner and knowledge on processing/developing!!
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.
When I was travelling, I tried to compare the photos taken by a digital camera and an original film camera, specifically an LC-A+. Why don't we play a little game by guessing which photos were taken by which camera? It's a face-off between the old and new!
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!
With the new timeline format being rolled out all over facebook there are lots of grumbles and groans as people get used to the changes. Leap ahead of the crowd and use your cover photo to show off your very best LomoWalls in three easy steps, then sit back and enjoy the compliments from your 10,000 friends!
Multiple exposures or MX is one of the main highlights of lomography. It's fun, creative and often ends up with mind-blowing results. But it's not just all about pressing your shutter more than once. There are also some technical tips that you must keep in mind. This guide is filled with guidelines to help both newbie and the semi-newbie lomographers alike to get that perfect MX shot.
After receiving my film scans today and browsed them, I realized that I had this weird fixation for 3 months. Picture after picture, same photos and angles I saw from hundreds of scans = windows, trees, sky, and roofs.
You’ll surely need some useful tips when using the new LC-A Silver Lake. Here are some of the best tips we found in our archives. Read on!
Nearly three decades after its release, the iconic Lomo LC-A never fails to inspire and impress countless lomographers and film photography enthusiasts around the world. In celebration of its legacy, allow us to take you to a walk down the memory lane featuring the LC-A and its enduring guises.
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!
This is the story of the day my love affair with the wonderful world of Lomography began. Read on!
And it’s all possible thanks to the Diana F+ long exposure setting coupled with the Diana Instant Back+. Now you can do light painting in an instant! Originally inspired by PikaPika’s Long Exposure project from Japan then carried on by our friends from Hong Kong, the excitement has spread internationally.
Recapitulando noticias antiguas para lomógrafos novatos y nostalgicos viejos lomógrafos
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.
Long exposures is an old trick that one sees often. The results always have this "wow" effect and the first question that always pops in your head is “how long was this exposure?” The LC-A+ (also applies to the LC-A) has the edge for low-light photography because of it's light metering. But in this case, one has to "deceive" the light meter.