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Double Exposure for Beginners

Simple double exposures for beginners!

Clouds in the Window
La Sardina!

Irina Werning's Back to the Future Series

How would that old photo of you with a silly pose stack up when you try to replicate it today? Photographer Irina Werning tries to answer this with the funniest and nostalgia inducing photos!

Diana F+ Camera Bag: Customized and Hand-Made!

Can't find the perfect bag to keep and carry your favorite camera? Do you find all designs too simple and boring? Why don't you go for it and make your own totally unique and customized bag!

Camera Costumes and DIY Skins: Faux Fur, Faux Cork, Faux Silver... Real Fun!

A few ideas to get your favourite toys a new look!

Dress up your Camera!

Even if you have a tiny budget but still want to give your Holga and/or Recesky TLR a new look, you can! All you need is a printer, sticker paper and a dash of creativity (:

DIY Recyclable Lens Cap

Nobody likes losing their lens cap but as we all know, that small little piece plastic is so easy to misplace! Well, fret no more because the DIY lens cap is here to save the day!

The Colour Gel Hand Fan: Another Way to Keep our Diana Colour Gels With You at all Times

I have experimented and found another way to store and keep your Diana F+ flash colour gels with you at all times, not losing one gel from the package and easy to switch between colours. The colour gel hand fan.

Shooting Fashion: Posing

Let's face it. Having models, especially new or inexperienced ones like most of our friends, strike different kinds of poses is no walk in the park. Thankfully we now have a guide!

A Proper 35mm Film Mod for Diana F+

Many 35mm mods for the Diana F+ that you can find online are temporary hacks or require you to do something every time you load a film e.g. stick popsicle sticks to the film every time you load a fresh one. It's fine for those who are only playing with 35mm once or twice but for those who want to permanently use 35mm films on their Diana F+ (for cost saving reasons or sprocket hole love), that would eventually get frustrating. So if you're familiar with some basic woodworking (not necessarily wood but anything that will do the job) then go ahead and try this tipster out to make your life easier in the long run.