Thanks to those useless viewfinders, Lomography cameras produce some of my favourite mistakes.
2012 saw a lot of photographic action from me. I acquired half a dozen new cameras, learned some new, and fun techniques, and shot hundreds of pictures. I even made my own website to document it all.
This is my very first collage, since I was interested with the 'Clever Collage Rumble'. First I thought about the theme of my collage. It should be fun! In my opinion, Lomo is about having fun with your camera and your creativity. No rules! My collage is created by using my photos while everyone's wearing funglasses.
You own a camera that is able to create double exposures but don't really know how to work this effect out? try simply to superpose trees, twigs, with a character, hands, face, it will give a beautiful faerie effect!
It was partly because of this invention that we get to enjoy Lomography and photography today!
This double exposure tip is commonly used. It's very easy and the effects are always amazing. But I wish to include a small detail - allowing a few seconds to elapse before taking the second shot to allow it to be slightly different from the first shot.
A nice photo of Cary Grant shooting a movie while looking classy. And yes, the "overly descriptive title" series is back after a small hiatus.
At Lomography we love photos - And we also love stop motion videos – So it’s kind of inevitable that we love stop motion movies involving photos too! Watch a few of our favorites here...
There are a lot of ways to scan your panorama film, but for this, I will use software that Canon provided which is Scangear.
I love stars and the moon. Taking a pictures of it might be the most beautiful thing one might perform, so here's a tutorial on how to do it with any camera.
I try to get a different character from my Sensia. I tried some different exposing times to play a bit with the light and results of the different exposures.
Russia + Singapore Film Swap is a photo collaboration between Lomographers in Russia and Singapore. It's a Lomographic interaction and a way of exchanging cultures and colours!