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Photographing Your Children

Every parent should make it a point to take lots of photographs of their children. Perhaps, these are one of the best gifts we can ever give them in a life time.

Enjoy Lomography even more with Lomography Splitzer!

Have you ever used Lomography Splitzer? I use it all the time! Depending on how you use it, you can get great results with your analog photography! I will introduce some of techniques on how to use it!

Capture the Illusion of Night

Long exposure is among the more popular techniques used to capture light, and it can be done so easily and beautifully to capture the illusion of night. There's a wide spectrum of lighting to be found on a street, highway, in a tunnel, factory, during a sunset, and even a heavily lit Christmas scene. So go ahead and capture it! Sound hard? It's actually quite simple really! As long as you know what to prepare, you'll be able to capture extremely cool long exposure shots!

Best Usage of your Films

A few tips on what films to use and the best conditions to use them.

Using Light to Shape Landscape Photography

Landscapes are a favorite of many photographers, but it's often a challenge to make most of the light conditions outdoors. If you want to learn how to work around these various light conditions for striking landscape photographs, we have the PhotoTuts+ article to help you! Read on!

Silhouette Love

I think silhouettes are familiar to everyone. I personally love to take the silhouettes of tree branches. Silhouette is full of mystery, mood and emotion. I love silhouettes because they do not give a clear picture of the photos for us to create imagination.

The Art of Using Backgrounds to Create Moody Photos

Do you want to know how you can utilize backgrounds to make your photos look striking, moody, and dramatic? You might enjoy reading this informative and inspirational article from PhotoTuts+ author Andrew Gibson and soon be on your way to taking photographs made better by great backgrounds!

Super Square Format Tips

Square Format = Diana F+ = 120 ? YES! Absolutely yes! How about Diana Mini? Yes! I think everybody enjoys the square format. Here are some tips that you could use!

DIY Splitzer for the Diana Mini

This article shows how to make a simple DIY splitzer for your Diana Mini using only a cap from an old medicine or vitamin bottle.

Multiple Exposures with Flowers!

The Multiple Exposure (MX) technique is one method to create some of the most unique photos know to Lomographers! We all love MX, but what are the techniques? Flowers are my favorite subject for MX. I often mix them with landscapes, old factories, trees and so on. Now, let's take a look at how we can create those wonderful images!

Life's Daily Photo Walk with MX Skills

this one is really easy. It's something you can easily try within all the techniques from MX. You can basically snap whatever you want, and you can create very unique shots! You just need to know how to MX it :)

Beautiful Island - Koh Lipe!
Beautiful Island - Koh Lipe!

Review: Diana Mini

They said never judge a book by its cover.. So never judge the Diana Mini by its size!

Little Girl in Diana Mini

Are you always shooting alone , want someone come with you and be your model? With just a few steps you can have a lovely girl in your photo.

A Guide for Newbie Shooters Who Want to Become LomoStars!

Sometimes, when browsing through all the Lomohomes, I see some Newbies who don't have any pictures uploaded yet. They complain that they do not have enough experience or money to choose a Lomo cam, sometimes even upload digital pictures. But it could be that easy to start immediately! Here's a quick guide for new people for the first steps into the world of anaolgue photography.

A Guide for Newbie Shooters Who Want to Become LomoStars!

Sometimes, when browsing through all the Lomohomes, I see some Newbies who don't have any pictures uploaded yet. They complain that they do not have enough experience or money to choose a Lomo cam, sometimes even upload digital pictures. But it could be that easy to start immediately! Here's a quick guide for new people for the first steps into the world of anaolgue photography.

Buscando Inspiração Dentro da sua Rotina

Não é preciso visitar um lugar fantástico pra fazer fotografias fantásticas. Abra o olho para o que está a sua volta.

Começando com a Diana: a cada superexposição, um aprendizado

Os primeiros rolos são perda quase total mesmo, principalmente se você não está acostumado ao formato, à regulagem 100% manual, ao iso do filme e gosta de experimentar.

Dupla Exposição = Diversão com a Diana!

O que antes era considerado um erro do fotógrafo ou da câmera, pode ser na verdade, seu maior salto criativo!

Multiplas Exposições: Escolha seus Temas!

Multipla exposição é uma técnica fotográfica que consiste em expor seu filme a diferentes sujeitos fotográficos (temas). Essa técnica produzirá imagens únicas e inimagináveis em suas fotos. De fato, esse método é experimental e lhe permitirá expressar suas fotos criativamente. Este artigo lhe guiará em temas adequados a escolher para multiplas exposições.

Dazzling Nature Documentaries in 3D Soon!

If you have 5 minutes to be slack-jawed with awe, watch these truly bedazzling short films by Louie Schwartzberg, noted nature cinematographer and filmmaker. He has been shooting high-definition time-lapse videos of flowers blooming, animals moving, and seasons changing for 30 years and the footage he gets teaches us so much about our planet and ecosystems.

Creative Corner: Two Way Photo Accordion

Don't know how to display your favorite photos? Here's a new way to show them off around your house, office, or room! Read more after the jump.

US City Slicker sixsixty: How to Fake Summer in San Francisco

Don't let the famous San Francisco fog put a damper on the colorful Summer photo scrapbook you were planning. Fake it 'till you make it with these colorful tips.

A Compilation of Self Portraits

"A compilation of your portraits and stories about them". When I read that this was one of the requested posts back in March, I could not believe it, themes as beautiful as the next! I then got to the request for "SUPER SELFIES", I have selected just a few, otherwise this post risks of becoming a mile long!

Shooting Portraits: A Few Tips And Stuff

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.

Some Tips in Composing Square Photos

Composing photos is somewhat different for square format. Let me share some of the things I have observed thus far.

The Who, What, When, Where, How, and Why of Taking Portraits

Here is a litany of who, what, when, where, how, why I take portraits.

Minimal Control Could Mean Great Doubles

Imposing some degree of control can increase the probability that your doubles will turn out good.

Projetos Artesanais: Transforme Qualquer Coisa em um Quadro-Negro

Há pouco tempo, eu queria comprar um quadro-negro para usar como um adereço numa cabine fotográfica num casamento. Eu decidi que seria muito mais barato e divertido comprar um quadro-negro, pintá-lo e fazê-lo eu mesma! Dessa maneira, eu fui capaz de transformar algo velho em um item utilizável e customizado, e ter direito de me exibir dizendo que eu mesma que fiz! Descubra como você pode fazer um quadro-negro a partir de quase qulaquer coisa neste artigo!

Skinny minny
Paula Riot Gypsy
Diana Mini Junio
don't be so koi
Crete 2011

My Thoughts on Portrait Photography

Portraits are among us since the first painting was ever made, and everybody has a portrait photo in their wallet, whether just an ID photo or a snapshot of someone special. Read about my tips on taking portraits after the jump.

Múltiplas Exposições - A Nova Onda

Algumas vezes, quando o sentimento artístico está em você ou a sua imaginação flui como a corrente do Rio Nilo, sinta-se livre para experimentar múltiplas exposições. Sejam elas planejadas ou não, as imagens podem ficar bem doidas e divertidas de se ver. Nem todas as câmeras têm essa configuração de Múltipla Exposição (MX). A minha favorita é a Diana F+.