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Tip for Storing Your Developed Negatives

Now that you're a master at developing your own film at home, where do you put your developed negatives? Read on for tips on how to store and organize your film strips!

Shooting Sparta in Spooky Lighting Techniques

You do not need expensive lighting equipment to enhance your subject.

DIY Redscale Film

I fell in love with redscale films after I used the XR 50-200. I decided to make my own redscale .When I'm trying to red scale my colour films , I found it's actually inconvenient that 2 films are required for the process and the taping part. So I tried to think of a method to redscale color film with just 1 film. I finally figured it out.

Meet Malaysia's Active Community Members from Sabah #7: mishika

This month, let's shift from our biggest state in Malaysia to our most beautiful state, Sabah! We are going to feature some of our most active community members coming from "The Land Below The Wind!" Today, let's explore Sabah together with mishika a.k.a Adibah Azhar!

As Easy As 1-1-0

Haven't shot 110 film before? Then you probably have no idea how easy it is to use. Actually, if you’re new to analogue photography, this might be the easiest step in ever. Read on to get to know more.

Punch Up Your Photos with Props and Masks!

Getting bored of "don’t think, just shoot" all the time? Here’s something really simple to bring some interesting elements to your pictures! They are called props!

Alternative Use of the LC-Wide Instant Kit

Is the LC-Wide Instant Kit just used for taking instant Photos? There's something more than that! Let me tell you about what it is.

Communicating in Black and White

Unlike colored photos, black and white photos do not draw your attention with colors. In most cases, the composition, subject, and perspective are what to look for when viewing a black and white photo.

Diana F+ 55mm Wide Angle and Close Up Lenses: Deliciously Wide and Deliciously Close

Want to give your Diana F+ not just one, but two new ways of capturing the world? The 55mm Wide Angle and Close Up Lenses may be for you!

The Diana 110m Telephoto Lens: A Hazy Glance to the Distance

Although not for complete beginners or those without a steady eye, the 110mm Telephoto Lens can enchance the abilities of your Diana even further.

Rolleiflex Medium Format: A Companion for Many Years

Compact, easy to use, of high aesthetic value -- this is the Rolleiflex medium format camera. This camera has accompanied me for many years, and I was never ever disappointed!

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