If you have some empty film canisters with a little bit of film sticking out, let me show you what else you can use them for (aside from making DIY redscale films), perfect for this season of love!
Updating my previous tipster, I'm going to show you how to turn an otherwise useless film box into a super wide panoramic camera! With exposed sprockets too?!! Go grab a film box now!!!
Is your film stash fat, full, and happy? Good for you, because mine is depleted, lonely, and in desperate need of replenishment. It doesn't help that I came across this Flickr group of film photographers showing off their analogue bounty. Are you ready to cry and drool with me?
We are proud to introduce the latest Lomographic invention. The Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner offers you the perfect way to scan, edit and share all your 35mm films. Exclusively available via Kickstarter and expected to be shipped by March 2013.
Lomography just celebrated its 20th birthday and we are definitely in the mood to celebrate!
Do you like overcast weather? I prefer sunny days for going out and shooting films, however, I also do like overcast because it's the best time to shoot with redscale! I love shooting in redscale, and in this article I'll let you in on secrets for how to master shooting in redscale in overcast weather!
Upon looking at these photos, skeptics may say that the lomographers behind them just had a brush with beginner's luck. But nevermind that--what you will see will definitely amaze you anyway!
Whether you live there or not, whether you've ever been there or only know it's sights from books, films and TV; New York City holds a special place in the heart of many people. With the recent disaster of hurricane Sandy hitting the city and many other places in the northeast US, let's take a minute to look at some of the best shots of the metropolis from our online community.
I love the big city, but after spending weeks and weeks in a basement office, staring at a computer screen, there is nothing better than packing a backpack with some food and my tent, and going out into the great wide open. With hardly another soul in sight, you see the sun set over your tent and smell the early morning dew.