With this technique you can make a splitzer and/or Cokin type filter holder for your Lomography Sprocket Rocket.
Thinking of what to do with your old cameras that are just gathering dust and mold? Clean them and hang them up seems like a splendid idea!
We don't always get to see product advertisements and marketing campaigns that are effective, compelling, and tell great stories. So, today's Stop Motion Sunday offering will surely delight you -- especially if you own a lovely model from the Olympus PEN Series!
June is coming to an end and we won't let the month pass without appreciating all the beautiful brides of Lomography!
You've all been there, it's the middle of the night and you are trying to get some well-deserved sleep, when suddenly, an idea hits you that's either mad or brilliant. What if only one flash on your Diana F+ just isn't enough?
What kind of angle do you usually use to shoot your shots? I do understand that everyone uses different camera angles due to the subject one likes to capture. However, what I always try to do when I shoot is to have a low angle. When you hold your camera and shoot with the low angle, you can definitely gain a different result on your film! You can change your world by changing your angle!
We all live analogue lives. Despite all the technology and convenience we can have in this life, some still prefer to live it the "old school" way.
Last week, we launched the first test version of the Lomoscanner app for iPhone. The app is still being worked on by our app developers, but we wanted to launch a test version for you to try out. In this tutorial, we run through the most basic type of scanning you can do with the app. Soon we will also have tutorials on how to scan panoramic photos and LomoKino films!
You wound your film backwards too far and now it is inside the cartridge, but you still want to do multiple exposures or develop by your own? Seems not to be a problem anymore with this tipster, how to build a simple instrument to get the film back.
This tipster shows how you can make a simple DIY Split Color Filter for your Lomography Camera (I used LC-A) using the coloured gel from Diana flash.
A super cool tipster to turn a Fisheye 1 into a Fisheye 2!
Diana F+ Cuvée Prestige is the first 120 camera I ever had. Now, I am falling in down in love with her classic-sexy square frame and its romantic color tone.
Sometimes, there are things in life we just can't stop doing. Sometimes these are things we don't want or actions we know have been done too many times but still, jump in the bandwagon that eventually turns into a guilty pleasure.
It has the same fun size, light weight, awesome features, super easy focus zones, and vintage look as the LC-A+ BUT! with the amazing original Russian Lens.