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Love for the Diana F+: Megs79

Artistic Megs79 tells her story and experience with her first film camera, the Diana F+. Read about how she went from painting in oils to having her photos exhibited in local art galleries.

How to Scan Film Without a Film Scanner

If you're just starting in analogue photography, like me, it's probable you don't own a film scanner. Well, no worries, I found a cheap way to scan your film using your old multifunctional scanner or any other simple scanner.

My Most Memorable Travel Escapade in 2011: Machu Picchu, Peru

Peru is the most impressive country I've ever been to. The most impressive place in this impressive country was Machu Picchu.

Sprocket Holes: 135 Film in a 120 Roll

There are many ways of shooting with 135 in a 120 camera to sensitize the sprocket holes. This is an option in wich you can use the paper protection roll of 120 films.

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The Firm: Documentary Photographs of British Organized Crime World

UK-based photographer, Jocelyn Bain Hogg's documentary photos of of gangsters from South London is on currently on display. The intense series of photos takes viewers in to the private underworld of British organized crime. Read more.

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Shoot Your Prophecy Rumble

The Medium Format Advantage

This article will dive head-first into the world of medium format photography. We’ll take you through a basic introduction, then look at different cameras, film, scanners and processing techniques to give this type of photography a try!

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Win your Lomography Wishlist

Got your eye on an LC-Wide? Longed for a Diana Mini since forever? Well you could be in luck - This week, we’re giving you the opportunity to win your most wished for Lomography goodies! Read on for details on how to participate in this dream-fulfilling Rumble…

5 Questions on Analogue Photography with Charlie Wagers

In this new ongoing series "5 Questions on Analogue Photography with…" we send out the same set of questions to photographers. This time, Charlie Wagers – friend, soon-to-be amigo, photographer and graphic designer – answered these and sent along a selection of his work.