Here's a story of how I shot an expired Kodak Gold 100 film by mistake. Now that I've experienced this issue, I'll share it with all of you.
If you get frustrated when taking photographs of people, then help is at hand -- human beings are one of the most photographed subjects in the history of photography!
We are shining the spotlight on some of Singapore's most popular and awesome community members. Awesome indeed... this is awesomesther!
Want a film that looks like memories? For a color negative film, this emulsion gives you some unexpected results, beautiful pastel range of colors with blue skies taking a beautiful shade and reds popping.
It's always fun to shoot portraits. Whether you're using 35mm or 120 film, the results are really satisfying, especially when your subjects are happy with the result too! Let's take fun portraits!
Have you been maximizing the use of your Diana F+ camera? Here are some tips and tricks to help you achieve various results.
Simple double exposures for beginners!
To take pictures, we need our cameras but without films, we can't do anything. Nowadays, prices have soared and the same people who today, take all our money, in the past they gave us the option of getting free films or albums.
Good negatives make good prints. Bad negatives make prints that are too dark or are all blown out. This tipster is all about getting the balance right.
Here's a simple tip on how you can keep your Lomo cameras safely at home.
This film is by no means cheap. Even an expired roll can command a high retail price. But if you want a film that accentuates earth tone colors when cross processed, then this is the film to get.
This month we are shining the spotlight on some of our most popular and awesome community members in Singapore. Ready to meet this weekend's featured star? Today, let's get to know kiwikoh better!
Hot off the press! Lomography Gallery Store Singapore is featured In the latest issue of Travellution, a bi-monthly local magazine. Grab your copy today! (Or come by the store and ask one of our staffers to translate if you can't read Mandarin!)
When I was travelling, I tried to compare the photos taken by a digital camera and an original film camera, specifically an LC-A+. Why don't we play a little game by guessing which photos were taken by which camera? It's a face-off between the old and new!
Guess who's been spotted playing around with analogue photography? The Springfield Elementary Photography Club! :-) Okay, so the Simpsons are fictional but that doesn't invalidate the popularity of film photography, does it?