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Vorreste che la vostra Lomo avesse un aspetto unico, moderno ma tuttavia romantico e bello, ma non avete idea di come riuscirci o avete il timore di incollarvi le dita? Non preoccupatevi, e' facile e potete farlo in pochi minuti.
That's right! Our charming Diana F+ is going to turn five next week. Doesn't time just fly by when you're having so much fun? Read on to find out how you can be part of the anniversary celebrations!
If we asked if we could photograph you along with all of your possessions, do you think you could all fit in the frame? Well, this Swedish photographer Sannah Kvist asked her friends to do just that! Jump right in to see how the photos turned out!
The Diana F+ gets all the accessories leaving the Smena 8M on its own, but you can change that! Make your own Splizter in 15 minutes for your camera!
To those who cannot afford to buy a flatbed scanner with a film mask to scan films, try this, a cheap film scanner for all. It is easy to try and harmless to do. Just follow these few steps to scan your films and get your negative digitalized. Others might have wrote about this too, but this is how i'm scanning my films. Different people come out with different ways!
Most of us Lomographers tend to stack up empty film boxes everywhere, wishing to recycle them in a clever way. Here's just one of the many cool things you can do with them - pinhole cameras! Check out this easy tutorial on how to build your own 35mm pinhole camera with just a few basic things you can easily find at home!
Have 10 minutes to spare? Well maybe then you could try your hands on this simple but useful Do-it-Yourself Splitzer!
Also known as little Dubrovnik, Korčula is one of Croatia's hidden treasures. On the west cost of a dalmatian island, a small medieval city rises. Architecture is fascinating, food tastes like Italian food and landscapes are mind blowing, remember to take a coat for the dalmatian strong winds might blow you away as well!