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Bullet Journal: 100% Analogue Way to Put Your Life in Order

Who would've thought that you can get so much done with a pen and a notebook?

How To: Load Film, Focus and Shoot with the LomoKino

The LomoKino makes all the wonderful possibilities of 35mm film photography available to the world of movie making. Cross-processed comedy? Redscale romance? Black & White drama? Sure you can! Whether you choose to create experimental stop motion or fantastic montage movies, it's possible with a LomoKino. We have prepared a step-by-step guide to get you started.

Make your own LomoKino Flip Book

What to bring your fantastic LomoKino movies to life, analogue style? Read this guide and we’ll show you how to make your very own LomoKino Flip Book!

A Mystery Treat

We’ve already given you some pretty big clues about our mystery product – And now it’s time for a special treat! We won’t comment any further on what this is, but we'd love to hear your thoughts - Check the website on November 3rd for the entire mystery to be unveiled…

Alternative Lomograph Printing With Emulsion Transfers!

Ever wanted to do something different with your photographs? I will give you a step-by-step processes to make black and white Lomograph prints in a creative, messy and alternative way!

Redscale your Kodak BW400CN!

It may seem like a weird idea to redscale black and white film (that's not sensitive to color either way), but read on to learn why it's something you should definitely give a try.

Lomo T-shirt Printing!

Nothing feels better than wearing a shirt you designed yourself!

My first try with a color infrared film...
Infrared @warning Portraits
Infrared @warning Portraits
Infrared @warning Portraits

Lomography Proudly Presents the Tori Amos Inspiration Competition Winners Announcement

Check out the winning photos from this year's most inspiring competition. Read on after the jump!

Bikini,beach and prophecy!

Tutorial: All About the Dreaded Fungus

Fungus can slowly take over and destroy your precious lenses and film. If you are still not aware of this problem that could be growing on your gear, get acquainted with this guide which explains, among other things, what fungus is, what it does to your equipment, and how you can prevent it.

How to Pull Out Stuck Film

Sometimes, our film gets stuck and you can't pull it out. What will you do? Go to the shop and ask someone to help you pull it out? I also experienced the same problem. By getting help from a friend's blog, I have learned a simple way to do it myself. Check it out!

An Introduction to Photogram/Contact Printing

For September's Phototuts tutorial, we'll focus on the magic of photograms and making contact prints! If you've always wanted to create your own prints, here's your chance!

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A Guide to Night Photography

When doing night photography, it is essential to know some tips and techniques that will help you attain beautiful pictures. Here are some tips that you can follow when doing night photography.

Quick Tips for Photo Composition

The proper composition of the subject can affect the overall outcome of a photograph. There are certain guidelines that you can follow in order to come up with effective shots that improve the quality of your picture! Here are some tips!

Lasting Impressions!

Having already made multiple prints from my negatives at school with the enlarger, I decided that I wanted to add some sugar and spice to my photos with some cool designs! This idea also works with cyano type paper and other light sensitive papers.

8 Easy but Awesome Beginner Tips

Anyone who has spent enough time in the Lomo Society will have a faint idea of some popular tricks people like to do which give you great results! So this Tipster is for all the Lomo-Beginners out there! (Not saying that I am in any way an expert on these! I just happened to see other people doing them and felt like spreading the idea for the newbies!)

Flipping Amazing - Lens Flipping for Beginners

A happy accident while cleaning my lens produced some great results on my Seagull 4a.

Take Advantage of the Golden Hour!

The golden hour is the hour after the sunrise and the hour before the sunset. Many photographers take advantage of this magical hour for the magnificent lighting that it casts over the horizon. Learn how to take advantage of the golden hour!

The Wonders of 3D Camera Mapping

MOTALKO, a documentary on the very first Hungarian gas station, contains 3D mapping scenes of analogue photos taken during that time. The result is an excellent footage that will bring you back to that era. View a clip of the documentary here.

Street Photography Tips

Street photography captures everyday moments of people that we pass by daily. It’s always interesting to see what you have captured once you have developed your rolls. Here are a few tips for those who want to explore the art of street photography.

Recycle Your Lomo Packaging!

Do you have a need to keep all things Lomo, including the packaging? Well here is one of many ways to recycle your Lomo packaging.

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An Instant: Taste of Summer Rumble Winners Announcement

The time for sun, surf and sand has come to a close so we must announce the winners for our An Instant: Taste of Summer Rumble! Here they are!

Elizabeth Thomson