Want to show your Spinner photos in a different light? Try a stereographic projection. (Warning: Photoshopping is necessary!)
Today on the menu: Agfa Vista ISO 200 in cider vinegar with added lemon-vodka mixed with orange juice and a pinch of washing powder.
If you are looking for something that will make you busy, here is an alternative pinhole project in addition to a matchbox pinhole, pinhole can and paper pinhole cam. This article is a rough instruction on how to modify a disposable camera and turn it into a pinhole.
You can make this tipster even if you are all thumbs. Within a couple of minutes you can tinker a Splitzer for your Diana Mini!
Today is all about painting with liquid colours using only your camera. It's possible with this week's Tipster!
Things happen very quickly these days. On a blink of an eye you can see everything and afterwards you don't. And when our memory becomes unreliable on recording these random impulses in our lives, the camera becomes an effective tool not only for preserving time but also on dissecting bits of reality which then becomes siginificant snapshots captured on film. And this is clearly illustrated on this tip.
I've got the chance to take home a large batch of limes from work. Now, I like the color and taste of limes, so why not my film?! This small (part 1) tipster is about the effects of acidic lime juice on film!
Have 10 minutes to spare? Well maybe then you could try your hands on this simple but useful Do-it-Yourself Splitzer!
If you have some film negatives in your drawer that didn't make you very happy, it's time to bring it to the light. You can create a very analogue environment with this tipster!
Are you looking for an inspiration for a photo project? Why not play with colors? You might be amazed at the outcome of your film rolls!
Here are some tips for photographing during wintertime: setting the correct exposure values under the unusual light conditions created by snow and ice.
I finally decided to try and develop my film rolls by myself. I did this since I wanted to try and cross-process my films easily. Find out how I did it!
Having trouble shooting those weird yet fascinating double exposures? It's really easy, as long as you let your camera do the work. This tiny tip will help you!
The Dishwasher LabRat - four sample rolls shot with LC-A
Fisheye the sky to make a moon in the day or night. I don’t think I invented this, I think my lomofriends did, either way, it's something I enjoyed doing and you should too.
Take your Actionsampler pics into the fourth dimension by animating them!
Making your friends and family burn up is easier and safer than you think.
Adoring all those wonderful photos done with the help of splitzer, I decided to make one for my Lomo LC-wide as well. The results are very nice and what is better you can make the splitzer in 10 minutes and achieve great results with stronger vignettes.
It is one of those things that you can do in long exposure photography where you can defy both time and space and at the same time having fun while encapsulating this phenomenon permanently on its purest analogue state...
Soaking film in rubbing alcohol creates beautiful effects. It's easy too! Here's some tips for you to try.
Bursts of colour everywhere on a tiny canvas? Yes please!
Why drink Yakult? Because it is a probiotic milk that can bring so many benefits to kids and adults alike. Because of its distinct composition--live Lactobacilillus Casei Shirota, I made this crazy experiment and wondered how these bacteria could possibly affect the photos. I thought if it's good for our "insides," then perhaps it will also do our films good. Here are simple steps in making your film healthy and be happy with the result.
I bet all Lomographers must have self portraits! A reflective surface such as a mirror is a perfect place to take your self-portrait if you don't want to ask your friends to snap your photos.
If you ask me if I take normal pictures, I'd better say no. If you ask me what I can do my to pictures that I haven't already done, I still have answers left...
Vintage cameras that work in the store don't always function properly. Before you get rid of that old camera that doesn't take pictures, read this guide on how to turn a bummer buy into a lovely and festive light.
Probably the main reason I love Lomography and shooting film so much is the ability to create beautiful and interesting double exposures unlike no other.
You own a camera that is able to create double exposures but don't really know how to work this effect out? try simply to superpose trees, twigs, with a character, hands, face, it will give a beautiful faerie effect!
Why does a film expire? What's the difference between expired film and fresh film? You'll find the answers to these questions and more in this Tipster!
In this tipster, I'll show you how to (temporary) modify your Diana F+ in order to take some beautiful split photos. A split photo is composed of 2 different photos merged together. The split wil be made by 4 vertical interleaved bars.
The wheel in the sky keeps on turning, but with these simple tips you can keep on rolling to light painting heaven.
Beautiful to look at, very classy but still not perfect – that’s my Leica IIc. Read here why I like it nonetheless.
It is very simple, but also very fiddly, to do a double exposure with any camera, and it can be done in a few easy steps.
Simple double exposures for beginners!