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DIY Glow Sticks From Film Canisters

Most of us, if not all, have accumulated a boxful or two of those empty film canisters after months of being Lomographers. I keep those canisters hoping that someday I can make something out of them. Then, after a failed light painting project, I realized I can make my own light sabers instead of buying another set of disposable glow sticks.

Light Painting Outing with the Malaysia Team!

Diwali or Deepavali is the festival of light, joy, happiness and sweets. We would like to make this awesome festival extra special this year, by inviting you, to join us for our community outing organize by Malaysia Lomography community!

a tree

Lomo T-shirt Printing!

Nothing feels better than wearing a shirt you designed yourself!

LomoPeople Malaysia: izzzart

He is izzzart, my inspiration.

From Malaysia to Nottingham!

Intense the Redscale XR

Shoot your beloved Lomography Redscale XR like you normally do, but after that...

Fuji Reala (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

This film is one of the best print film that I ever came across that reproduces the best colors as clear as our eyes can see!

Yuna Dewan Filharmonik

A guide for newbie shooters who want to become Lomostars!

Sometimes, when browsing through all the Lomohomes, I see some Newbies who don't have any pictures uploaded yet. They complain that they do not have enough experience or money to choose a Lomo cam, sometimes even upload digital pictures. But it could be that easy to start immediately! Here's a quick guide for new people for the first steps into the world of anaolgue photography.

Unpublished 9/11 Film Photographs by James Nachtwey

Remembering the Septermber 11 terrorist attacks, photographer James Nachtwey revisits his rolls of film and shares unpublished photographs he snapped during that fateful day.

Ilford HP5 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

When I started photography 12 years ago, I asked a photographer friend what b&w I should use to have good shots... he answered "HP5". What was the meaning of this "code"??? That's how I discovered this great classic b&w film by Ilford who never left me since until to this very day.

Fly High with Fujichrome Provia 400X

This is a review of my one and only favorite film: Fujichrome Provia 400X!

A Break for Lomo Outing

Analogue Lifestyle: Canon Paper Model!

Besides Lomo cameras and films, I have another passion -- something to take me away from facing my laptop all day -- it's paper craft!

Blog Your Raya and Merdeka Day Holiday Rumble

Hari Raya is approaching and the celebration going to be extra special this year as It will be celebrate together with our 54th years of Malaysia’s Independence Day which more known as Merdeka Day! There will be whole lots of activities and celebrations going on. So, Malaysian, let’s prepare your films and cameras, it's blog rumbles time!

Lego man-let the sparks fly!
Fisheye No 2 !

Greg Ash's 10 Reasons Why 'Shooting Film Makes You Arty'

Film photographers are innately artsy. Everything they do, whatever kind of pictures they take: they are, more or less, automatically considered to be funky-fartsy. Every film photographer's self-portrait is his/her diary — or another just "another arty accident," says blogger Greg Ash.

LomoCommunity: The Lomorangers in Malaysia

When we talk about Lomography we also think about the Lomography community, which supports the Lomography’s idea, spreads the Lomography love and keeps Lomography alive. In Malaysia, there are several communities promoting the Lomography movement, including: THE LOMORANGERS.

Lomography CN 800: Shoot Without Hesitation!

High speed film is rarely found in local film stores here in Malaysia. If there is any, for sure, it will be expensive film although it was expired. Thank God, Lomography produces their own high speed color negative films. It's affordable to buy with it incredible performance to shoot whether in low light, indoors or outdoors.

Vintage Exposed Film Found in an Auction

Looking through the antique camera section of MercadoLibre can result in very interesting finds. Sometimes in the shape of uncommon cameras; others, in the form of little windows into the past, and some strangers´ life.

The Fun of Multi-Exposure

Don't let yourself be confined to the limits of your Splitzer. It's time that you multi expose in the most unusual of ways.

Adapter for the Diana Viewfinder

Adapter for the Diana viewfinder (with a 35mm back)

Turn your Lomo Notebook into an Album

Do you have a Lomo Notebook? I have been using mine as an agenda and it's really cool. But what can you do when all the pages are used up? Don’t throw it in the trash! Re-cyle and use it as an album for your favorite shots! Check what I did.

Origami Bank Notes SLR Camera

If you're having that kind of camera itch that your current funds wouldn't suffice at the moment, then you can consider this tipster as a kind healthy therapy that can sedate you from being a whiny kid.

A day out with Lomography

Take a trip with Lomography and follow our step-by-step guide for a day of photographic fun!