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Analogue Self-Portraits by Leanne Surfleet

Leanne Surfleet works mostly in film and specializes on self-portraits. See samples of her work after the jump!

My 2013 in Analogue: Trying Out the Sprocket Rocket

Before the year 2013 ended, I was able to try shooting with analogue cameras. And my very first try was with the Sprocket Rocket! I was so deeply impressed by the sprocket holes because they are so amazing!

Taking Back Tipsters: DIY Tripods

Blurred shots are only desirable once in a blue moon. 9 out of 10 times, you'd trash them and get mad at yourself for wasting a frame. You can avoid having these blurred problems if you bring a tripod. If that's too cumbersome for you, we have a few DIY solutions in this week's Taking Back Tipsters!

DIY Photo Mason Jar

Mason jars are a staple in any craftster's arsenal, but how can you incorporate it into your love for photography? By using it to display photos, of course!

The Lomographer's Survival Kit

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!

Tips for Analogue Travelers

Are you presently planning any trips, whether a quick adventure or a long-term journey? Is that a yes? Well, I thought of whipping up a tipster for all you fellow analogue travelers out there. Read on and see if you find them useful!

Have Camera, Will Travel

I love to travel and I love to bring home gorgeous pictures. Well, who doesn't? Let me tell you my secrets to great travel shots.

Lomography x Zenit Petzval Lens Tips: So Much More than Portraits!

There is no doubt whatsoever that the new Petzval lens is the perfect portrait lens. No argument there. But that does not mean it can't be used for other sorts of photography. In my opinion, this gorgeous lens is the perfect tool to make some lovely nature shots!

The Road Rarely Traveled: The Boxing Day Edition

Beginning year two of this, um, whatever we're going to call this pile of words, I'm going for a new title format. I know. Just like making a slight change to the wrapper, right?

Doubles with @goonies
Cheapest Film I've Ever Tried
101
My first B&W film home-made.
BKSPicture
My first B&W film home-made.
First time in Black and White Film developing
Outside the city
heritage surname bridge in penang
my dear friend's Birthday BBQ party
ColorSplashing
ColorSplashing
Purple Hype
Purple Hype
Purple Hype
Purple Hype

Italy? No. Wales!

Wales. Land of mountains, sheep, male voice choirs and...an Italian village?! Yes, an Italian village, at least in style. Read on and see the photos to learn all about the wonderful world of Portmeirion.

Sunset in Wales

Rhosneigr Village is situated on the beautiful west coast of Anglesey, North Wales, and it has a lovely little beach, perfect for watching the sunset.

5 Ways to Play with Bokeh

If you're already familiar with bokeh and would like to use it to make your photos more eye-catching, I've put together a handful of tips you can try to play around with bokeh.

DIY Film Canister Lights

Want to jazz up your place but feel its a wee bit too early for Christmas lights? Here's a nifty idea you can try out!

Red-O-Lutionary: Redscale Has Never Been Easier!

Making your own redscale film always requires a lot of time and a darkroom. Frightful for Lomographers like me who want to point-and-shoot and let the lab handle the rest. But I found a solution that makes creating 35mm redscale film possible for everybody in just a minute!

The Rewards of Home Processing Colour Film

Processing your own color negatives is fun and can expand your creative control and save a bit of money as well. If you have already developed your own black and white film you may want to try your hand at colour processing.

The Complete Guide to Reloading Disposable Cameras

Finally my research is completed and I am now ready to tell you about how to disassemble a disposable camera and reload it. Despite the fact that the most are "single-use" only, they can be disassembled and recharged with film and a battery.