There's no denying this thing is pretty, in Globe Trotter form it may be Lomography's most attractive camera yet. But how does it perform when out and about? Here's my first thoughts on the camera.
Have you recently flipped through your old photo albums? It’s really fun right? You see photos of yourself when you were little, back when toys and candies were the only things you desired. Seeing those old photographs is a very heartwarming activity if you ask me. But have you ever wondered if kids these days will ever feel that way? Will they still be flipping through family photo albums? Or just browse through Facebook albums?
Because the LomoKino is a crank driven movie camera, it puts you in control of the frame rate. Turn the advancing crank slo-o-o-o-o-o-w and you’ll get a jagged, stop-motion effect; turn the crank quick and you’ll get a smoother, more fluid looking movie – Read after the jump for some examples!
I’ve only shot a few times with the LomoKino but I already love the results. I’m just an average Lomographer on my other camera of choice (the LC-A+) but seem to be magically drawn to this crazy beast. He and I are going to be good friends, I know it. I can’t wait to see my next films but in the meantime I have learnt a lot from my first attempts – So here are some tips for you before you try your own!
Come with us on a journey through space and time to partake in the ultimate DIY adventure: developing your own film. In part 1 we will cover C-41 color negative and the lomo fan favorite: cross processing.
Superman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, Batman, Darth Vader, Power Rangers, Hobbits, Elves, Zombies... YES that's COMIC CON in San Diego. It's the perfect time and place to lose your shyness when asking strangers for a picture.
Are you in the mood to try something crafty and creative? Why don't you try your hands on some interesting DIY projects, whether for something to jazz up your camera, make your photos more interesting, or simply do more with the materials around you!
How many of you are glued to your tellies for the 2012 Olympics? Anybody? Well, then get clued in on all the action you missed here! Instead of showing full-frame scenes of courts, rinks, pools, and rings, TIME has zoomed in on some of the World Game's poignant moments in tight shots that are quite literally "in your face."
I am usually the last person to remember to throw a camera in the bag before I leave home. But now that I have joined the Lomo movement, I have the 10 Golden Rules to follow. I am making myself familiar with each one of the rules by acknowledging each rule with photos!
A reflection on the growth of my camera collection, and the growth of my person. Why do we take photos? Why do we collect cameras? What does photography mean to you?
It has been raining here in Houston, for the past 8 days. It is pouring down today, and there is around 30% chance of storms for the next week. I’m going stir crazy to say the least; however I’ve managed to take advantage of the dreary ambiance brought on with the rain clouds and tall grass.
Everytime I get a new camera or I want to try a new film, I take pictures with my pets. They are my new models. Taking portraits of people is not so easy, but I think, it's easier with pets and animals. Find out why after the jump!
A look into all the analog cuteness that the Lomography community has to offer!
Often intimidating to new Lomographers, Adam shares his experience with cross-processing slide film.
Do you always forget where you left your La Sardina lens cap? Have you ever wondered how your La Sardina would feel if the lens cap is tied together with it until the very end?
Here's a list of what you should do and should not do when working with an Ultra Wide Angle lens. With these tips and tricks, you will be on your right track in producing fun and interesting photos! Enjoy!
Here's a super simple tip for avoiding loosely wound rolls on your Diana camera.
Sometimes organization can be indeed helpful. All these different films and cameras...you mix them up so easily. You kind of need to write down which camera and film you used. Let me share with you a tip on how I do it in this tipster!
As it wasn’t enough that Lubitel is able to provide lovely results for your analogue desire, this old-fashioned camera can also be employed to easily obtain redscale shots in a fully DIY manner. Find out more in this quickie tipster.
How do you avoid light leaks on your pictures because your film is not winded up tight enough in your camera? Find out how you can avoid this problem by making sure the film is wound up tight in your camera in this tipster!
This is an article to help those few and indeed others who want to know a few tips and tricks on how to go about shooting portraits and making it more interesting.
Great park for east coasters and great roller coasters.
There are all kinds of editing programs which you can use to edit your LomoKino scans into a movie – In this article, we’ll give you a round-up of four of them…
How well do you know the language of Lomography...? Are you a total beginner who thinks 'vignettage' is a type of vinaigrette? Perhaps you already know a little photographic patois? Whatever your level of fluency, this little guide should help to turn you into an expert Lomolinguist!
This is just a short and sweet poem I wrote. I hope you lomo lovers will like it!
My favourite thing about taking a break from my busy, busy life is going out and about with my film cameras, and feeling immersed in my own culture. So I became a tourist in my city for a day!
I am a big fan of scarfs come winter, spring, or summer. What I'm not a big fan of is plastic on my neck in the blistering heat of the summer. This tipster presents a perfect combination of the two; all done in less than 20 minutes!
Looking for a fun way to capture your travels this Summer? Check out a super simple idea after the jump!
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.
Art meets analogue meets digital in this fun creation by artist Mr. Attacki. Using special LEGO pieces, he recreated the Leica M8 camera, complete with viewfinder, shutter button, and even an LCD display! Of course, it's still just a toy.
Shooting with expired black and white film is much easier and simpler than shooting expired colour film, so bargains can be had.