Whether you're someone who wants to venture into a new photographic technique or someone far along into minimalist photography, you might want to read through this very informative and inspirational article from PhotoTuts+ author Simon Bray.
Sometimes redscale is exactly what you wanted...but sometimes, it's not.
This might be the one of the most fascinating marriages between science and photography just yet.
I got my first box of redscale film this summer. It is so fresh, different, and fun to play with! You should try it! How? I will show you some examples and how!:) Also, here are some tips on how to shoot with a point-and-shoot analog camera and a Single Lens Reflex Camera!
At first glance, the works of a London-based duo appear to be odd clumps of trash claiming to be sculptures, but the real art appears when light is shined upon them. That must have sparked your curiosity, so read on to find out what these artworks look like!
It sucks to have your Lomo pictures only in your PC? Do you have a lot of prints somewhere in a box? You want to pimp your wall? Then this DIY is great for you and your pictures. I'll show you how easy it is to make a Lomo Wall on your own.
Redscale is the most simple experiment a lomographer can undertake (before you hit the dishwasher). But what does extended range mean and how can you use it?