Pinhole photographer Thomas Hudson Reeve has come up with an interesting concept for shooting: he doesn't use a camera and he doesn't even use film! Instead, he uses Papercams, pinhole cameras made entirely out of photo paper! Check out the awesome results below.
I was looking for a new way to show my lomographs. I wanted to incorporate texture, mixed media, collaging and lots of contrast. I found laserjet transfers.
Looking through my photos collection, I noticed that a large amount of them were shots of the sunset. And every single one was like a no-brainer winner. Aim at the horizon and snap a photo to guarantee a breathtaking freezeframe!
I thought of cooking film. I put the film in the microwave and.... good pictures came out!
Traffic lights are helpful light signals that you usually find on the corners of crossroads...but they're also inside your Lomographic cameras.
Winter holidays are coming , so get your cameras ready for the most beautiful time of the year: New Year’s Eve.
I love stars and the moon. Taking a pictures of it might be the most beautiful thing one might perform, so here's a tutorial on how to do it with any camera.
Developing your own black and white negatives can be cheap and deceptively simple with a little help. I have just learned how and will share my experiences here.
Camera Mail is an interesting project that you can do! The idea is to mail a camera to different parts of the world and have people take pictures of themselves. Read on for the instructions on how you can start your own Camera Mail project.
Off-camera lighting and a powerful Lomography flash is the best way to get really spooky, pretty feaky, VERY GHOSTLY images. Find out more after the jump!
The golden hour is the hour after the sunrise and the hour before the sunset. Many photographers take advantage of this magical hour for the magnificent lighting that it casts over the horizon. Learn how to take advantage of the golden hour!
First experience with a Japanese vintage 6x6 Twin Lens Reflex camera, an Airesflex from the year 1954.
With shell so fragile and spirit so true / wings that spread like whispers and take to the wind / graceful and illusion / forgotten moments lost / captured small squares.
Several months ago I get myself a Zenit 12XP. I was very impatient to use it but the lightmeter wasn't really working and so I forgot the camera. Last week I finally finished the roll in it.
We all know that the Lomography Supersampler is four times the fun compared to a regular plastic camera. But what if we do doubles with it, and use two masks? 4 lenses x 2 exposures x 2 masks = 16 times the fun!
Here's a quick tip on how to increase the level of creativity using Diana+ accessories on Holga cameras!
I have to admit, during my early involvement playing with analogue cameras, I've always been scared to expose my film to any liquid or dirt - even normal drinking water. I always had in mind that the pictures will be absolutely destroyed if exposed to water.
Bursts of colour everywhere on a tiny canvas? Yes please!
Although I am not particularly good at street photography, I would like to share some tips that had worked for me. I hope that my tips will be of use to you. Do drop me a note if they work!
Push the contrast of your pictures with citric acid.
In this simple tutorial our friends over at PhotoTuts+ teach you how to make your own photographic darkroom for developing black & white film!
This is a very easy way to scan your negatives! No cutting up shoeboxes, and no windows - just use your computer screen!
There's more to Las Vegas than glitzy hotels and gambling! There's nature, too!
Building the dam was hot, dirty and often dangerous work, but more than 20,000 men were happy to be working on the Hoover Dam, the biggest dam project in the world when it was completed.