Ever wanted to impress your hipster friends? Then get ready for the best kept secret in analogue history…the amazing Lomography 10 Prophecies of the Analogue Future App! This high-tech wonder will leave you gasping in astonishment – It allows you to combine every possible Lomographic effect in one photo!
Noticeable smoothness and great saturation, Ektar lives up to the claims. Best for strong sunlight, or long exposure with tripod etc.
Using the emulsion from the discontinued Agfa RSX film, this film gives out results that you wont see in other current slide films. Some say this film almost resembles the Sensia 200. But I've tried it myself, I found out that this little gem has its own unique & unpredictable character.
There are 10 optional rules for Lomographers, the first of which is “Take your camera everywhere you go & whenever you go”. In my opinion, this is probably the hardest rule of the lot, as it isn’t always convenient to take your camera everywhere you go. But, I have learned from past experiences that this is definitely the most important rule, as you never know what you might miss if you don’t have your camera with you.
Carnaval in Rio is a HUGE thing but who would imagine that a carioca could not like Carnaval!? But at least, he loves analogue pictures!
You're having photoshoot or outing with the red theme? Still looking for the right film that will satisfy you and rather cheap at the same time to match your tight budget? So why not turn to Lucky Super 200 ; it's a worthy deal for the overwhelming colour of red. Or perhaps you can took it out on a normal day and get suprised by the results!
Thanks so much to all of you who completed the Ultimate Uploads Challenge yesterday – You made it the biggest day for photo uploads in Lomography history and earned yourself some Piggy Points in the process! Don’t just be content with the Piggies you’ve earned so far though, take part in today’s Century Club challenge and get yourself some more - But hurry, those Piggies are moving fast!
I finally bought a copy of Lula Magazine(Issue 11) at the local bookstore and what a delight it was to find Mr. Pink inside and lots of beautiful film photography.
This is a story of a film roll found inside a camera that has been stored for years. The film was developed just in 2010.
For the lovers of the Diana F+ and 35mm film. Before you rejoice and appreciate the Diana+ 35mm Back for blessing us Diana fans with a chance at shooting those dreamy and vintage looking pictures on 35mm film, make sure you're fully educated with the differences between 120 and 35mm film so you can make a better judgment when shooting on your Diana F+ with the 35mm Back.
The third and last stop down under takes us to New Zealand, Auckland!
Above the clouds: The creative Street Artists of Permanent Unit are taking the LC-A+ to a higher level.
Kodak showed its commitment to film photography when it released a new professional grade negative film, Ektar 100, in 2008. This came at a time when other film makers are cutting back or had stopped film production entirely. So, how good is this film?