Want to display your instant photos? Here's the cheapest and easiest way to display them!
Kevin Schraer of Tucson, Arizona has road tested the much-talked about Lomography Experimental Lens Kit, the results of which we’ve stumbled upon on his Flickr page a few weeks ago. Check out our interview with him after the jump!
Wildlife in the context of our ever-evolving environment are some of the most challenging subjects to capture, and yet there are the talented few who have done just that: inspire us with their patience and dedication to preserving and photographing nature. Take a look at the chosen ones by Telegraph UK.
In which our hero regales you, dear reader, with a tale about an old friend.
Let us take a trip down memory lane -- back to the days when novelty items such as cameras were given out like candy for free. Ah, nostalgia.
Since I got into analogue photography, I´ve only developed one roll in the lab: they took one day to develop and scan it, and then I found out they hadn’t scanned the sprocket holes… I really needed a scanner and knowledge on processing/developing!!
We all need to somehow scan our photos. This will be a comprehensive guide to scanning - From scanners for every budget to having alternatives to traditional scanning.
Scanning our own film or photos is a blessing! We can save time, money, scan the way we want to and store the files in our computer!
Today a scanner with transparency unit should be part of a Lomographer's standard equipment like the Lomo LC-A and a fridge full of films is.
For anyone who’s bought a Spinner 360 or Sprocket Rocket, figuring out how to scan sprockets can take a lot of trial and error...which is why I wrote this guide.
If you have a scanner with a backlight then you should be able to use the DigitaLiza scanning mask to scan sprockets - examples are the V330 and V500 models. To get a correct exposure though you'll need to tweak the EPSON Scan software. Read on to find out how.
The DigitaLIZA makes it easy to scan uncommon frame sizes and to include the sprocket holes, but lining it up on the scanner bed can be tricky. This easy tipster shows you how to get good alignment every time.
Did you ask why your scanner gives some strange mistakes when you put on the Digitaliza? This is my experience!
Do you want to scan your negatives but don't own a flatbed scanner? Do you have an ordinary scanner and a tablet? Look no more, I have a solution for you.
Here you can find a useful guide to modify any kind of Holga 120 into the 70mm format.
While the "tin" in tintype gives a clue on the taking medium of the age-old photographic process, it seemed to have sparked an interesting concept and idea in photographer David Emitt Adams. Take a look at his interesting work after the jump!
Personally I am a huge fan of redscaling. It allows you to get some color in your photos, even on the grayest of days. But what if you just want to add the redscale effect to just some of your photos rather than shooting an entire roll this way? Easy enough: use a red filter! And while you're at it, why not throw in some other colors as well?! Read on to find out how you can turn your LC-A+ in to a rainbow camera!
We don't know about you guys, but we're roasting here at Lomography HQ. The sun is shining, summer is here, the weekend is near and all we want to do is put on a swimsuit and go to the beach! But alas, we can't, so we're going to live vicariously through these top 50 summer shots. Join us for the stuff that dreams are made of!
Michelle Bates is a passionate photographer that mainly works with the Holga. We asked her some questions about her love of analogue photography, so take a moment to learn about her artistic path and see her impressive and beautiful photos.
325g. Who knew so much pleasure could be so light? Read on to find out what I'm talking about!
Ever wondered how to use coloured filters for your black and white holga shots, and what effects they have? I have the answer for you
This time I was lucky to try out quite an extraordinary camera - Sunny Fruit Juice Camera 35mm. This little queen of covert cameras is truly a spy's dream, and even Agent 007's sophisticated gadgets pale in comparison.
The Lubitel-2 Twin-Lens Reflex camera is a redesign of the original Lubitel, enhanced with a couple of new features.
Thinking of buying an underwater case for your beloved Fisheye? Read on for my review of the Submarine Case.
Twenty times bigger than the original, the Holy Holga is almost as tall as person and is fully-functional! The camera is so big that one has to step inside to load it with photo paper and use a two-horse trailer and pick-up truck to move it around. This camera might just be the exact opposite of the Diana Baby 110!
You may think nature photography is only for those who live in spactacular surroundings and sunny climates, or can afford to travel there. Think again! Anyone can take gorgeous nature pictures, no matter where they live
The idea of film soup, is to allow the film to have chemical interaction with the 'soup', and produce the unexpectedly extraordinary effect for your Lomographs. Since the first film soup ever been 'served', every Lomographer has eagerly recorded down their own recipe and review. In this article, I would like to share my experience with my own secret recipe!
What's the best Lomography film for overcast conditions? How do I get that warm honey tones in my photos? Everything that you need to know about Lomography Film is now just a click away - in the Lomography Film microsite!
Gong Xi Fa Cai! Another Lunar Year is upon us! Did you know that like its Western counterpart, the Chinese has its own set of zodiacs? Although, unlike in the West where the zodiac changes every month, the Chinese Zodiac changes every year! Find out your sign under the cut, along with your film match!
Certainly you have already heard of pushing, pulling and cross-processing. But what exactly is it? And how does it work? In this tipster I want to present you different ways of developing films.
Every cross processed slide films have different color shifts. In order to use them flexibly, why don't we have a color palette?
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!
A few tips on what films to use and the best conditions to use them.
Ever want to just get away and feel inner peace? Well, on my recent trip to Arizona, I found that on the buttes of Papago Park. Feel the peace.