If you had fun building the Konstruktor Camera from scratch, you’ll love the new Konstruktor Accessories. Just like the camera, these add-ons will challenge your do-it-yourself skills and guarantee lots of analogue fun!
The Lubitel 166+ produces gorgeous, breathtaking images comparable only to the equally stunning stories behind them. Here are the winners of our Lubitel 166+ Show-and-Tell Rumble!
Lomography’s Birthday Celebration isn’t over and so the Wishlist Rumble is back!
In the pilot telecast of the fourth season of “The Walking Dead” aired last week, we saw Glenn Rhee pick up a Diana F+ while doing runs at a grocery store with his group. This week, we discover that what he got apparently was the Diana F+ Instant Camera!
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.
Controversy is guaranteed with ‘The Neighbors’, Arne Svenson’s last exhibition. This artistic photographer took pictures of the dwellers of a building close to his studio in New York. Very interesting work, but undoubtedly controversial too.
Hunter Thompson lounging on the beach and enjoying his favourites – sand between his toes and his trusty filter cigarettes
Thompson’s works were characterized as accurately blunt and true as they are funny.
We all know how film is such a flexible medium that allows us to get both crystal-clear and dreamy photos. Photographs like those taken by a San Francisco-based artist are certainly a testament to this quality and the kind of effect they bring to viewers. Read on to take a look and find out more!
Egypt's historic capital may hardly be a top vacation spot for many travelers today, but we can always look back at its early days. Read on to take a trip down the streets of 1910 Cairo through some interesting colorized photographs!
I came to borrow a Lomography tunnel vision lens from a friend. It comes with a macro. The problem however, is that I used it with a Lomo LC-A+ so I had no idea if I had the needed distance from my subject to get the right macro focus since you cant see it through the LC-A's view finder. So I adapted a tip for using macro lens that I learned from my Holga camera.
Great News! We are happy to announce that Buenos Aires, Argentina, is joining our community with a new Lomo Embassy! Stay tuned Argentinian lomographers, because now you have a place to go and get your favorite cameras, lenses and accessories, conduct workshops and parties! We are sure that you all will enjoy this new place in Buenos Aires. Welcome!
One of the best photos you can take with twin-lens reflex cameras (TLR) is the self-portrait. Look for a mirror or a good reflective surface, focus and peer through the waist-level viewfinder, smile at your reflection, and press the shutter! Some of our fellow lomographers have taken pretty impressive selfies with their Lubitel cameras, so step right up and take a look!
In this international Lomography Community we live in, it is no surprise to find good friendship. But finding sweet love, well that sure is something else!
Canada based photographer Richmond Lam has recently re-united with the analogue world, taking the LC-A+ with him and shooting some rolls from Paris to Montreal. Take a look at his fantastic photos that stand somewhere between fashion and casual snap.
¿Será que el surrealismo corre por las venas de los españoles? Estas ilusiones ópticas creadas por Chema Madoz en película de blanco y negro nos recuerdan el trabajo de Salvador Dalí, cabe destacar que estas fotografías fueron hechas sin pasar por una etapa de posproducción. La cuidadosa composición que el artista hace con objetos del día a día te hará sentir la necesidad de detenerte a ver su transformación en object d'art simbólicos.
Say hello to a one of a kind Lomograph today! Its an awesome field of sunflowers, split in two!
Are you a fan of Christopher Nolan's work? Then you might just like today's Awesome Album feature! Check it out!
Want to add some color to your home life? How about this stained glass-esque curtain idea with the use of slides?
Chinese photographer Fan Ho was in his early 20's when he started shooting the streets of Hong Kong in the 50's. When the region was running through its fast-paced transition, Ho chose to slow it down by patiently waiting for the perfect subjects and moments to capture. Decades, awards and publications later, the waiting has paid off.
We proudly introduce you to the Achievement Awards to the community! We’ll be dishing out these awards when you reach certain milestones of Lomographic excellence – Read on to find out more!
I love my LC-A+ but one of its flaws is you can’t get really close to your subject. Luckily there is an easy fix that involves an LC-A splitzer, the right close up filters, and two minutes of your time.
If you have some empty film canisters with a little bit of film sticking out, let me show you what else you can use them for (aside from making DIY redscale films), perfect for this season of love!
A simple cheap way to organize our negatives and keep them handy.
What kind of angle do you usually use to shoot your shots? I do understand that everyone uses different camera angles due to the subject one likes to capture. However, what I always try to do when I shoot is to have a low angle. When you hold your camera and shoot with the low angle, you can definitely gain a different result on your film! You can change your world by changing your angle!
Finally, I manged to get a Lomo LC-A+ this year. I am wondering why so many people love it and are mad about this camera before I experienced it. There are too many people that have a mindset that "I will get a great photo or an amazing shot if I am using the LC-A+". But sorry to say that a camera does not give a great photo but the person shooting does.
Proseguimos con nuestro resumen de las preguntas encontradas en el antiguo foro de lomospain.com. Esta vez llega el turno a nuestra amada Lomo LC-A y su sucesora la Lomo LC-A+.
Para algunos, disparar dobles puede ser todavía un misterio. Pues bien, permitidme compartir con vosotros cómo hago tal truco.
Have you tried doing doubles with different cameras lately?
Taking extreme close-ups with your Lomo LC-A+ is easy!
¿Alguna vez has sentido curiosidad sobre cómo conseguir esas fotos instantáneas con apariencia "estropeada", "lo-fi" o desastrada? ¡Pues no hace falta fotoshopearlas si conoces el secreto de Ron Lau, de Lomography Hong Kong!
Para cualquiera que haya revelado y positivado por su cuenta sus propios negativos, la experimentación es una manera genial de producir imágenes nuevas.
Dos consejos para sacarle partido extra a las instantáneas de Fuji y no echar a perder una toma.
Black and White films have one weakness: they do not see enough difference between the blue of the sky and the white of clouds. This filter is a remedy.
Lomo cameras always come with accessories for more fun. Wide-angle lens and tunnel-vision lens are available for LC-A+. For a lomographer who always thinking of new ideas, an addition close-up lens will be great. Here comes my innovation: my handmade close-up lens~ Easy and cheap!
safest way to load your LC-A+ and get some extra shots! Sometimes while you are shooting with your precious LC-A+, the advance wheel gets a bit hard to turn and you start hearing a strange sound like a "crack crack crack" from the inside of the camera.
All you need it ONE chemical, just one, the rest are ingredients that you find in the home or in the supermarket. Its very easy, takes 40 minutes or so and you save lots of money!! It works every time on slow films. Not so good for fast films. I can do this in the smallest of places no darkroom required