From everyone here at Lomography, congratulations to gm_mcleod for having the LomoHome of the Day!
Looking for a new lamp to shine some light in your new place? Try this nice DIY lamp idea with film negatives!
A little idea for how to display your Lomos.
One body, two lenses never looking at the same direction. A camera designed by me to have more fun with mixed doubles.
What is a photographer to do at a Firework Show? What about finding new ways to use his camera, and take beautiful and unexpected images of flowers in the night sky. Find out how photographer David Johnson did it.
When the number of pictures with tags like #legs, feet, foot, and toes slowly reaches eternity, we'll talk about taking photos of some other parts of your body. Right now, we'll see how cool it might be to shoot both of your own hands by yourself!
“What’s old is new again”. Yup, that’s an old saying and way back in the 70’s feather earrings were all the rage and DIY blogger, Crystal Donnely, made them by the bunch. If you want to make a pair - it’s simple and easy and you can whip up a bunch in no time. These would make a great project for a teenage sleepover.
This summer I decided to record my holiday in a creative, analogue way, through a handwritten notebook illustrated with Diana photos.
Flatter your portrait subject with the perfect background, even if you don’t have professional backdrops or lighting. A little exposure and composition know-how can get you a long way toward a beautiful portrait background.
Need a place to store your beloved, scanned lomographs? Here's a creative way to spice up your memory drive with some analogue love! Read more about how to make your own after the jump.
US CitySlicker Nicolas: This Isn’t Flying, It’s Falling with Style (A Guide to Levitation Photography)
With every new roll I put into my camera, I always try to do at least one levitation shot. For the past few months, after many trials and errors, I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks for taking jumping pictures so you guys can do it yourself!
Take double exposure to a whole new level and create new worlds beyond your imagination. With a little bit of planning and creativity, magic can happen. Here’s my how-to guide.
Are you absolutely and positively in love with a specific film, and would like to show of the photos you've taken with it? Let me show you how you can turn prints of your photos into a crafty statement of love for your film!
Photograms are produced by laying objects directly onto photographic paper, so there's no camera involved. This means that they're one of the easiest ways to get great results in the world of photography! Read on for details of how to make them…
If you have some 35 mm snippets left which you doesnt need any more, dont throw it away. I will show an easy and fast way to create a bookmark
Michelle has been a passionate photographer since she was young, and learned her way around a camera in 1991 at the Maine Photographic Workshops, where she first discovered the Holga. Now she teaches about toy plastic cameras and has even written a book about it!
With the new timeline format being rolled out all over facebook there are lots of grumbles and groans as people get used to the changes. Leap ahead of the crowd and use your cover photo to show off your very best LomoWalls in three easy steps, then sit back and enjoy the compliments from your 10,000 friends!