Looking for a new lamp to shine some light in your new place? Try this nice DIY lamp idea with film negatives!
Initially, he was blown away by how much of a creative force there is to be found in the Lomographic Community and on the other hand, is quite intrigued at how one can sustain to live a sincere analogue life in at this current age. Regardless of this, he considers himself as one of those people who believe that there is a future with analogue!
The tunnel vision lens is my favorite accessory. It is always attached to my LC-A+. And it will not only broaden your photographic horizon, but also add a soulful blur to your images.
The fisheye is my first camera ever - and I loved it. But after taking more than a hundred shots I realised that it wasn't the most versatile camera in the world. I thought that one could take the fisheye concept further - modify it in some way and still have the absurdity of a camera which can only take fisheye pics. At first I wanted to make a medium format fisheye - I tried to modify a Holga to have a designated fisheye lens, but it was rather hard to get the lens in focus. Then I tried to adjust the aperture and shutter speed of the fisheye which gave some very funky pictures.
We wanted to do something crazy, we ended up with amazing color infrared doubles!
Let's call this an overview to the basics of star trail photography for beginners from the pros. These are a short collection of techniques I've read and learned from books and tutorials that I want to share with you.
Perfect Combination: The Sprocket Rocket, a Forgotten Roll of Kodak EPL, and the Golden Hue of the Setting Sun
It was completely by accident.
Here's one more feature to add to the awesomeness of the Sprocket Rocket - dead simple redscale shots.
Here I will demonstrate how to do endless panoramas with the La Sardina. It's not as straight-forward as you'd think. More after the break.
Too easy to be true: Use your Sprocket Rocket with Diana Close Up Lens