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Making the Most of Kodak Aerochrome

Since I published my Aerochrome albums, I have been swamped with questions about various aspects of this incredible film. Several Lomographers have asked me to write an article explaining how to make the most of it, so here it is.

Magnifiying glass lens

Your SLR don't have a lens? Want to make a cheap lens? well, here come a tipster for you guys who don't have lens for your camera.

Grinding Your Own Focus Screen by Ian Grant

Some of us own and still use cameras that use a glass focus screen, or perhaps need a screen to check the focus on a roll film camera, others even build complete cameras from scratch. More often than not we need new screens

My Analogue Life: Best Before

The only film I can find in my home that’s not expired or short-dated is a handful of Lomography brand 35mm and a few packs of Fuji Instax instant film. The rest — all 500-plus rolls of it — is old, sometimes damaged and definitely expired. Some of it has been kept frozen all along or at least refrigerated, while there are boxes full that contain film 10, 15 or 20 years old and it’s those rolls that are often my favourites.

Cap Your Gakkenflex - A Tutorial

The Gakkenflex TLR is a fun little toy camera that's capable of taking some incredible pictures. To those unfamiliar with Twin Lens Reflex (TLR) cameras, it's quite an unusual piece and a great conversation starter. However, I can't help but feel that something's missing... Ah, lens caps!

Rendezvous in Blue (iii)

Gakkenflex TLR

A DIY twin-lens reflex camera (TLR) made of plastics that will truly amaze you for what it can does!

Gekkenflex TLR

Ganhei uma Gakkenflex e adorei! Acho que todo mundo deveria ter uma.

Lomo Star Wars