Can't find the perfect bag to keep and carry your favorite camera? Do you find all designs too simple and boring? Why don't you go for it and make your own totally unique and customized bag!
It's time to go all the way. Your digital camera has been on the shelf for months, entombed in dust. When it comes to loading your film camera, you're like a well-trained photographic assassin loading your sniper rifle. Your bathroom has a lingering odor that can't quite be identified by your friends, but that smell of fixer during your morning shower is like your first cup of coffee: necessary and refreshing. You're a film nut and you're proud of it. But once those negatives have dried, you're again stuck behind a screen while you scan and tone your images. It's time for that to change, and the first step in moving toward a full darkroom is understanding photographic paper.
The LC-Wide can shoot full frame, square frame and half frame. But with this super simple tip you can also create beautiful shots and endless panoramas that layer and merge like a work of art.
Wanna create jaw-dropping, 360-degrees of sweeping and dreamy panoramic pictures? Our resident Modification Master, Mandi, has devised a cool way to make it happen with your Diana F+ camera!
For less than a hundred bucks worth of equipment you can easily start developing your own black and white negatives. The cost of the chemicals works out to be less than $1/35mm roll or a little less than $2/120 roll. If you like to take a ton of pictures and don't have a lot of money to spend developing your own negatives is a lot cheaper and easier than you could possibly have imagined.
As I started taking pictures with my first lomography camera, the Diana F+, one year ago, I didn't realise at first that it can be quite expensive to get medium format film and to let a photolab develop it. So this is what I did in the course of a long lomographic year in order to reduce my film development costs.
How to get something duplicated onto each image on a film. A piece of text, an image or anything!
If you enjoyed the recent "Endless Wall" feature we have at our website and left you clicking for more, then here's something to quench your addiction of seeing continuous photos! Because this time, our very generous Tipster will be sharing his method on achieving such effect!
For all of you who like shooting with your SLR, but need to get a little wacky why not try giving it a textured mask?!
The idea to make this mask comes from my everyday life: I see almost every day an old cracked information sticker on public transport bus. (You can see that sticker in picture 1)
Getting bright stars in your photos is quick and easy. All you need are a few simple supplies. Here's the lowdown on how to do it!
We all know that the Lomography Supersampler is four times the fun compared to a regular plastic camera. But what if we do doubles with it, and use two masks? 4 lenses x 2 exposures x 2 masks = 16 times the fun!
If you have found your film mysteriously advances on its own in your Diana or other medium format camera, then this simple modification could fix it in 10 seconds.
Hey, fashion freaks and geeks! Do you like making collages out of your accessories and clothes? Do you like fancying and visualizing outrageous attires? Join the Lomography Polyvore Rumble today and match & mix your sense of style — with your most beloved Lomographic camera!
Mephisto19 reminisces about Autumn and the songs of September as he thinks up of a new theme for this month's rumble! Check out the jump for details!
We’ve teamed up with the creators of ‘Have you seen Bob?’ to bring you a fun new competition! Download your very own Bob and shoot him in some crazy locations over the next month for a chance to win Piggy points and your very own ‘Have you seen Bob?’ T-Shirt!
Today we launch the first Lomography Tungsten film, Lomography X Tungsten 64 ISO – If you’re not sure what the hell tungsten film is, read this!
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!
After shooting 10 rolls worth of pictures, I discovered that it's not that practical to have all those plastic sheets with negatives lounging around. I wanted to scan some negatives again and had to fight myself through a jungle of images to find out which group they were in. And it's always the one you check last...
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!)
No vacation is complete without a sunset photo. Learn how to capture beautiful sunsets with these simple tips!
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.
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!
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!
I think we all had times when we've forgotten the film we put in our cameras. I would like to offer a simple and interesting way by which you cannot forget the film you are using in the camera.