Have forgotten your LC-A splitzer or can't find it once again? Or do you just have to be fast, with no time to mount and set your splitzer? That's not a problem. You don't need the splitzer all the time to do the splitz. You can use your finger!
Want to make your own camera? With a solid plan, some tools and lots of time, you can!
The San Francisco-based photographer and writer, Ian Tuttle, has created an awesome way to keep his subjects within frame (so to speak). With this nifty camera modification there's always a captive audience!
With the Lomography make the imagination flies is not a difficult task
All you need it ONE chemical, just one, the rest are ingredients that you find in the home or in the supermarket. Its very easy, takes 40 minutes or so and you save lots of money!! It works every time on slow films. Not so good for fast films. I can do this in the smallest of places no darkroom required
I felt that life is repetitive and I am consumed by work! I would like to hold my camera and shoot something in order to let off some steam but I know that my photos are quite ordinary. Once, when I had completed another roll of snapshots, I decided to rewind the film and produce a roll of special double exposures.