Many cameras have a screw thread on the front of the lens. There are a few uses for this, but the most common is filters. Find out how to enhance your colour lomographs with these essential items
Want to turn your color film into a redscale one? In less than two minutes you can turn your roll into one!
I have always wanted to try Revolog Kolor Film, but for the mean time, I tried out a DIY substite.
It was raining heavily one night and I was home alone, dying to take some photos. Hence, I took out my La Sardina and started light painting in my room. Let me tell you how you can do it in this quick tipster!
The Splitzer is a great tool for taking control of your shots. Now, you can also start taking control of time! Find out how after the jump!
If you feel like shooting with your Holga using slow shutter speed to achieve the blurry effects on a bright, sunny day, the only way is to narrow your lens opening.
Making your friends and family burn up is easier and safer than you think.
The Pop 9 is a great little camera which produces 9 identical images on one 35mm frame, and, as Lomography says, instantaneously transforms the environment around you into explosions of pattern-repeating pop-art! But what happens if you would like to experiment with it a bit more to give you different results? Keep reading this tipster for a lens modification, giving you twice the fun!
Want to try something new? Want to create fantastic multi-lens doubles? It's really simple and fun to do with the Pop9 (without wrecking your camera).
When I first bought my Supersampler I stuck to the advice of the manual and used ISO 800 film, but I started to wonder if there was another way.
This is a very simple tipster that combines two of the funniest things in photography: Light Painting and Double Exposures.
Don't know how to display your favorite photos? Here's a new way to show them off around your house, office, or room! Read more after the jump.
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.
If you love a limited color palette and shades of red, you've likely already discovered redscale film. Despite a simple concept, the range of achievable results with this inexpensive film is huge. Read on for a few simple tips!
One of the things that we look forward to when shooting with film is the result. Seeing the photos is always a surprise as we never know what exactly we're going to get. Here are some tips that you could use to hack your next roll of film.
Shoot from the hip, but mind the composition guidelines. Sometimes you really know to appreciate a pic that has a foreground and a background, a pic that emphasizes the spicy dominant object from the numerous secondary details, a pic that carries a story of its own etc.
Getting blurry shots when you shoot inside? Night shots all browny looking or washed out? Got no detail in clouds or snow or on beaches? Get the right film for the job.
My version of "life_on_mars'" tipster on rasta filters. Find out how I created my rasta filters after the jump.
Probably the main reason I love Lomography and shooting film so much is the ability to create beautiful and interesting double exposures unlike no other.