If you have been researching on redscaling films, you might have come across “expose the wrong side of the film”, but what does that exactly mean? We will not go technical. Cut me some slack, this is going to be long for sure. It only means that the matte side of the film should be facing you when you load the film on your camera. Here’s how we will go about that.
No exposure meter, no batteries, no problem; make perfectly exposed photos with this handy DIY exposure calculator.
You haven't got the money for an LC-A+ or are just loving your old LC-A too much to replace it? But you want to make awesome MX Shots, too? Then I've got the perfect solution for you!
People are often surprised that I develop and even cross process my own negatives in the comfort of my own home, especially after they've seen my photos. And I am often surprised that they’re surprised, considering how easy it is to do.
Some of you have tested the development of Black and White Films with instant coffee, called Coffenol. Alternatively, you can also develop the film with red wine. This process is called "Winol".
Hello again, analogue lovers! I hope you haven't been waiting too long for the second part of this tutorial. I hope that, now that you're well-informed on the basic equipment you'll need for C-41 home development, you're ready for the actual development process itself, which we will be covering in its entirety in this article.
Hip clothing and bag design company Brooklyn Industries is celebrating its Chicago store's fifth birthday this year! Submit your photos to be exhibited at both BKI and Lomography stores in Chicago, and to win awesome prizes to sweeten your closet and camera collection!
For April's Phototuts+ feature, we'll be learning about various vintage films and cameras. Read on for this comprehensive guide from Cameron Knight.
This is a review and testimonial to my faithful Zenit ET. For many years it was and still is a great friend and companion.