As most of us know, photography can be an expensive but a very rewarding endeavor. The economy today tells us that we have to do our part and learn the 3 R's. We all need to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Here is a simple DIY project using a film canister.
Easily see what's on your black-and-white negatives in just a few simple steps, no printing necessary! Your ever so invasive-ly convenient iPhone plays a part, however...
Just because we lomographers are carefree snapshooters doesn't mean we don't need some essential tools and supplies when we're out in the field. Let me share with you some of the basic stuff you can easily find and put together to create a Survival Kit!
The people from the labs are our friends, but we all like to doubles, whether made with us or with someone halfway across the world, but what to do when the film gets inside the canister.
Since it joined the roster of Lomography's line of films, the X-Tungsten 64 has been steadily making its way into every lomographer's list of favorite and wanted films. Why exactly? Well, we'll let some 25 marvelous photos from the community tell you why!
My first Lomography camera is my beloved Fisheye No. 2 White Edition. It started off my Lomography journey and brought me to where I am now. Yes, I don't deny my love for other Lomography cameras such as the Sprocket Rocket, La Sardina and so on. But, my fondest memories of my first love lies with the Fisheye No. 2.
US has Coachella, UK has Glastonbury, and the Philippines has the Malasimbo Music & Arts Festival! Three days of frivolous fun with friends on a mountain by the beach? Pretty much my perfect island party. Highly recommended! Read on to see my film photos from the fest.
This is the Lomography Questionnaire. Compare, contrast, draw inspiration from, and even shake your head in disagreement at the answers from our special guest contributors! Today, we're featuring photographer and cewebrity, Ira Giorgetti.