It's go skateboarding day! Look for those old knee and shoulder pads, stake out a helmet and get yourself on a skateboard today! Need motivation? Check out the top 50 skateboarding photos we selected for you!
Here's a quick tipster on how you can make your own 127 film out of an old roll of 127 film and a normal 35mm film.
I've used a handful of redscales—DIYs and Lomography Redscales. For DIYs, a good number of times, they are underexposed, for Lomography Redscales, some shots are still underexposed. Without going to too much analysis about film density and time exposure, I figured double exposing them would do the trick.
Tarantino reveals in an interview, "Digital is not for me. I don’t think that it’s better something shot in digital or projected in digital." He explains why he thinks that analog shooting is the best way to make movies, even though we're in a the digital era. A curious clip, in which the Hollywood director reveals his romantic feelings about the evolution of recording still images on 35mm film.
Tarantino reveals in an interview, "Digital is not for me. I don’t think that it’s better if something is shot in digital or projected in digital" He explains why he thinks that analog 35mm shooting is the best way to make movies, even though we are experiencing today the so-called “digital era”. A curious clip, in which Tarantino reveals his romantic feelings about the evolution of recording still images on 35mm film.
Cleaning out the attic, I came across a bunch of old films that had been gathering dust for years. Trying an expired roll of Porst Chrome X 100 gave me some nice surprises.
Patterns surround us in both natural and manmade forms, offering photographers great opportunities for dramatic and eye catching shots. But how do we best utilise pattern in our work? Today we’ll be taking a look at several different examples to better understand pattern in photographic composition.
Rangefinder cameras are best known for the exceptionally sharp images that they produce, making them much sought after analogue goodies by lomographers and professional photographers alike. But for me, my beloved rangefinder, the Yashica Electro 35 GSN, is one best for redscaled photos. Let me show you why after the jump!
A German photographer got his first film camera two summers ago, and has been taking amazing photos ever since. Among them are some beautiful, nicely done double exposures. Take a look at some of his work after the jump!
I got some expired True Colors film from my friend. It was cheaply sold for 30 pesos -- a little short of $1 USD. So I tried these films in different cameras and I got exciting results. Although I was expecting that the color shifting won't do much of a hassle, the colors in these expired films came out different. The film was imported from Italy. I don't know how many films of these are still out there but it's a nice way to hunt out!
It's Monday once again and here's another feature on analogue eye candies which you may have already seen in cinematic films, old school music videos, vintage advertisements, or other forms of visual media. Our fourth full feature for this series is a Rolleiflex TLR caught on Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus!
Are you desiring something so badly in our Online Shop? Is it the LomoKino? The LC-Wide perhaps? A La Sardina sounds pretty neat, too!
The Lomography Vienna team is expanding and we're still looking for two full-time Web Developers!
It isn't easy to find a secondhand camera for sale in Reykjavik. I got lucky twice. Both times in local flea market. I proudly present you my two lovers: experienced Olympus OM-10 and handsome Olympus LT-1.
A couple of days in the capital of China brings endless thrill and enchantment
Tired of boring photos? Grab some saran wrap from your kitchen cabinet and mask it! Read more after the jump!
If you are a crazy photographer and you keep your unexposed and used films together, and also have multiple cameras loaded at the same time, having a bit of discipline and organization can be a great idea.
The Fuji 64T Type II is a different tungsten alternative to the popular Lomography X Tungsten film!
T3 magazine talks about a Lomography's newest analogue camera.
The kids of the block are here! And they sure are well-known!
After reading the tipster "Intoxicate Your Film" while I was working at my job at Naturalis (Natural History Museum) and putting snakes in jars of alcohol, it came to mind that I could easily combine these two.
"But the truth is everyone battles the war of ideas, however it’s easier if you immerse yourself in a world you have built and understand. You need not look too far for inspiration this way, you own this world, this in my case, is the ‘Aberrant Necropolis,’" according to our ever-lovely muse, Ellen Rogers. Get stunned by her photographs once again after the break.