There are lots of self-portrait shooting methods, and in my article I will tell you about some of them.
Have you already seen a mysterious looking photo that features a transparent subject? Well, it's one of the multiple exposure techniques and is actually simple to do.
Now that you already got acquainted with the different film formats you'll most likely encounter today, it's time for us to show you how to do one of the best tricks with film: making a redscale film out of any 35 mm roll!
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!
For the arts and crafts and even scrap-booking aficionados here in the community, this is a Tipster that you can relate to!
Have a gift of to give? Want to have giveaways at your next shindig just like the Hollywood A-listers do? Try using a personalized gift box of sorts using a film canister!
Recently, I've been stuck on thinking about places to store my many cameras. I want them to be on display but I don't want them to be covered in dust either! Read on to find out how I fixed my problem with a fun DIY solution.
Ever since I started to develop my own film, I no longer get the negatives back from the lab, neatly organized in plastic sleeves and a nice protective envelop I can just keep in a shoe box. So I had to find a different way to store my developed film.
Don't want to burden yourself by carrying a bulky camera bag? Try out this DIY solution that will just cost you a tablecloth and an old belt!
By spraying your film with water and exposing it briefly to the darkroom safelight, you can make all sorts and shapes of bubbles, drops and droplets shine on your home developed colour film. And that's not all - you never know what they will look like before scanning your film! See a new way to add an element of artistic surprise to your Lomographs.
Flatter your portrait subject with the perfect background, even if you don’t have professional backdrops or lighting. A little exposure and composition know-how can get you a long way toward a beautiful portrait background.
You've got some shots which fit perfectly together as a panorama? You have some free space in your room for Lomography? You have some time left? So, this tipster is perfect for you!
When the number of pictures with tags like #legs, feet, foot, and toes slowly reaches eternity, we'll talk about taking photos of some other parts of your body. Right now, we'll see how cool it might be to shoot both of your own hands by yourself!
Some months ago, we celebrated International Pinhole Day. Sounds like a good reason to make your own pinhole camera, right? Here's a quick tutorial on how to make a pinhole camera the easy way without special necessities.
There is no doubt that doubles are fun when shot randomly. The thought that you don’t have any idea on what you are shooting adds surprise that we lomographers love. But sometimes, experimenting and having themes or concepts when shooting doubles helps in producing beautiful results.
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.
Rodinal is my favourite developer and you can develop almost anything in it. Using this developing method is my favorite way and works with every film I have tried to develop in it. Read this tipster and learn exactly how you can do it.
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.
How many cameras does it take to cover a van? No, this is not a trick question involving calculating the surface area of a van and then dividing it by the shape and size of an average camera. After the jump, read about a man who did this and how many cameras he ended up using.
In a dark room, remove the reel frame, draw to your liking and re-roll. The result depends on your ability to draw in the dark!
Forgot your precious color gels? Did you say goodbye to the colorsplash flash at the wrong time, or do you simply want to play with your photos and paper? This is a great trick that makes it easy to give a different feel to your photos!
This is a quick tip to remember when traveling on a train with your Diana F+ (or other cameras that allow you to do long exposures). Don't forget to press the button a couple of seconds!
Here's another viral video found on the internet and this time, it features photographers both analogue and digital and the typical things either of them say. Watch the video after the break!
Since we are photographers, we look at our environment differently. Everything is a potential subject. The images that appear in our photos already exist and it is our job to find them and put them on film. Sometimes, the potential subject is a stranger and we are too afraid to take a photo. if you want to get over this fear, this is the tipster for you.
In the first chapter of this album making tipster series I will show you how to create your own professional looking ‘post bound’ photographic album, into which you can put your lomographs so they can look their very best.
If you have old photos that you would like to preserve, you must know how to store them properly in order to keep them in good condition. This will ensure that your photos will last for years to come.