A lot of photographers are using expired film, just because is fun and results are unpredictable. Here are a couple of toughts about storing expired film and letting it expire as it should be.
Here's a short brief of how I expose all of my expired film, and the exposure times and ISO I used. This tipster also tells about how different expiration dates influence the speed of the film.
Simple double exposures for beginners!
Here is a Tipster on how I made a splitzer for the La Sardina using an old film box. Read on to find out how I did this.
As small as it may be, the splitzer for Lomo LC-A+ can lead you to a brave new world when it comes to double exposure. Expose a whole roll with the splitzer covering half of your lens and then shoot again covering the already exposed half. Voila! You have both the "surprise" factor and the assurance of a clearly exposed double exposure. Read on for details.
It was raining heavily one night and I was home alone, dying to take some photos. Hence, I took out my La Sardina and started light painting in my room. Let me tell you how you can do it in this quick tipster!
I saw some awesome results with splitzers, so, one rainy day, I decided to make my own. And what is a better camera to try this than the La Sardina? Read on and find out what I did!
Tired of the same old colors you're getting with plain flash photography? Want your ultra-wide La Sardina shots to pop with color? Grab your Fritz the Blitz and meet me after the jump!