Cant find nice textured walls for doubles? Or probably too lazy to look for them? There are 100 textures that are available right infront of your computer monitor, you just need a little time to download them all.
Most of us, if not all, have accumulated a boxful or two of those empty film canisters after months of being Lomographers. I keep those canisters hoping that someday I can make something out of them. Then, after a failed light painting project, I realized I can make my own light sabers instead of buying another set of disposable glow sticks.
Do It Yourself for a useful & inexpensive colour filter & splitzer stand for your LCA / LC-W. A simple and easy way on how to create an improvised splitzer and colour filter by making use of recycled materials such as carton packages and more.
Too easy to be true: Use your Sprocket Rocket with Diana Close Up Lens
My personal rough start with the plastic 35mm TLR from Recesky, that made a pleasant dream come true. A true Lomographic experience, from start to finish, as you literally have to build the camera first.
We stick out our ears when we want to hear clearly, or forcefully sniff with our nose to confirm that something is smelling fishy and naturally, we tend to get closer at things for them to be scrutinised. Through the investigation of our latest Tipster for this week, she gave new meaning to the word 'macro'.
Like a lot of you, I've been carrying my cardboard cutout of Bob in my camera bag for the last few months looking for locations and backdrops that would reveal Bob at his best. And, like a lot of you, I have become frustrated at times with Bob’s fickle nature as he’s swept away by wind, waves, or friendly dogs. So when Lomography and Have You Seen Bob joined to sponsor a Have You Seen Bob photo contest, I knew that I wanted to shoot Bob again but I also knew that I wanted it to be different than before.