Sharp, clear and amazingly dainty: these are few of the characteristics that Junghyun Choi brings to the table with her crisp film photographs. See more of her shots after the jump.
Instead of throwing away old engineering and science manuals, a Pennsylvania-based artist and designer has been using the pages as canvas for her beautiful drawings and sketches of colorful birds. Read on to find out more and take a look at some of the artworks!
It's common knowledge that the city of Paris in France is known as the most romantic city in the world. So for this edition of the Locations Log Book, let us take a look at some of the spots in this magical city that our fellow lomographers and their cameras have fallen in love with!
Thought your film camera was just for shooting? Think again! After unboxing my Diana Baby 110, I made use of the plastic packaging to make a lovely analogue mango pudding! Now isn't that sweet? Yummy!
So much culture, so many sights to see, but so little time. That doesn't mean we can't try, though. For this round, let's take a look at the rich and colorful sites that Eastern Asia has to offer and how our fellow Lomographers had immortalized them on film. Let's go!
"When a man understands the art of seeing, he can trace the spirit of an age and the features of a king even in the knocker on a door." -- Victor Hugo, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Generally when I buy D.I.Y assembly products I give up half way , but the Lomography Konstrukor was so simple to make and looks beautiful .
Learn to see what a 17mm Minigon ultra-wide angle lens sees in this Tipster!
Some time ago, I discovered how much fun it can be to use clouds in your photos to add that little extra. After shooting several rolls with stuff floating on clouds I felt the need to try something different. What if you could have clouds all around your subject? Read on to find out how simple the circular cloud experiment really is!
That's right folks, you're reading it right! What could be the the teeniest tintype photographs in history were recently taken using the Fisheye Baby 110 camera. We know you want to know more, so go ahead and read on!
So there are a lot of tipsters and hacks on the web for using 35mm film on different format cameras, so I went and tried using 110 on a 35mm camera, and this is pretty much what I got on my first try. It’s a bit of a process, but it’s also lots of fun, then again, what in Lomography isn't?