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Here's something you need to know every time you're using your Lomo or Diana camera. What's the distance between the camera and your subject.
Here is a Tipster on how I made a splitzer for the La Sardina using an old film box. Read on to find out how I did this.
Here is a litany of who, what, when, where, how, why I take portraits.
In this world wide web we live in, true friendship seems hard to find. We roam in a world of strangers only with online profiles to serve as the knowledge we need and want to know.
Sometimes we use a regular film, take some good shots and finally after developing the results are not what we wanted, some color and magic is missing. Here's a simple way to add more color to your pictures by following 3 steps.
Several of La Sardina's features make her a great choice for doing stereographs. Read on to find out what I did with my La Sardina.
I did a side-by-side comparison of La Sardina with Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim, and discovered some very interesting things. Read more in the second installment of the review!
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.
Sometimes, people tend to forget to have fun with photography and take it all too seriously. But not Jan von Holleben whose series "Dreams of Flying" has inspired many others to play-shoot whimsical scenes with kids. Find out more about the artist—plus his installations at the John Radcliffe Children‘s Hospital in Oxford which will be completed today—here.
In which our hero considers the economic state of things and realizes there must be a more cost effective way to feed his addiction. Or, frugal photography: more shots for your buck.