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!
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!
There are all kinds of clever methods to get a disappeared film leader sticking out of its canister again. The easiest is using a film puller. Here's how it's done.
The Lomo LC-A+ has been the traveling companion of many Lomographers. From Sweden to Thailand, this camera has seen other parts of the globe that many of us only dream of. Check out this gallery of pictures taken all over the world by the LC-A+!
My annoyance with my underexposed redscales has encouraged me to push the boundaries. Keep reading for my redscale tip :)
Believe it or not, Agfa Vista can give almost the same effect of slide films. I was surprised and flattered when I had my first trial shooting in Victoria Bridge, Perak. So hey Lomo buddy, don't wait. Just try. You will have a crush on it.
Conventional wisdom says you need lots of light to shoot a roll of redscale film. Typically, this means shooting outdoors. But did you know that it’s actually not necessary to shoot redscale outdoors?
What is ‘vignetting’ and what does it have to do with the LC-A+? What does it mean to ‘cross-process’ a film? What’s the difference between a ‘pinhole’ and a ‘panoramic’ camera? One of the first things you’ll notice when browsing the Lomography site for the first time is that there are some pretty crazy terms thrown around. Don’t worry, you’ll find definitions for all kinds of photographic words on this page!