We've been busy but we have never stopped questioning and answering analogue-related questions!
I was asked to submit around ten photos of my 2011, but 10 is almost nothing if you know that I uploaded over 12,000 photos in 2011. So here you can see my lomographic year, including some blog posts, music and LomoKinos. Enjoy reading and have a great 2012!
With all my analogue achievements for 2011, it would be foolish not to keep going. So, I came up with a brief overview of things that I want to accomplish for the year 2012.
I am sure that a lot of you have film canisters gathering dust in the corners of your rooms. Here are some things that you can put inside them so that we may extend their purpose.
Picking film for your camera is similar to choosing the right type of canvas, colours and brushes for a good three hours of painting. Even though the use of film and development is a bit more expensive than digital options, the wide variety and possibilities along with the simple flair of purely analogue film are definitely worth the price. A good knowledge of your film type (colour negative, B/W, slide film!x-pro) and film speed is half the rent of getting the shots you want. For all things film related you should definitely check out: "www.lomography.com/filmshop": www.lomography.com/filmshop
The only thing missing from the LC-A+, is the WOW-COOL-factor that make people want to jump in front of it. Pretty pics, but it doesn't look fun. With this tipster, it does :-) And you can wear it around your neck!
This is one of my favorite film cameras. Come on and find out why Philippine Lomographers love this camera so much!
I love to shoot and I love to run. So, i thought of shooting while running.
Summer has officially kicked off here in the Philippines and it's time to bring out your free focus plastic toy cameras, such as the Vivitar UW&S, or an underwater camera, hit the beach, and soak under the sun!
Hello there, analogue freaks! Have you heard of stop motion videos using 35mm films? In the Lomographic community, this is popularly known as LomoMatrix. Groups of brilliant analogue photographers in London, Chile, and Berlin have already created their own LomoMatrix masterpieces and all of them are amazing to watch!
We proudly introduce you to the Achievement Awards to the community! We’ll be dishing out these awards when you reach certain milestones of Lomographic excellence – Read on to find out more!