Ready for the latest Lomographic Film sensation? We have some fantastic news for you! We're excited to introduce you to our latest emulsion - LomoChrome Purple. It's an awesome color negative film which gives naturally infrared results! Limited stock is available for pre-order, in 35mm and 120 formats. Delivery is guaranteed in July 2013 for most countries.
Today I will be introducing the technique so called EBS, exposing both sides of the film, one of the most unique techniques within Lomographic photos. Is it hard to do it? Maybe! But once you get good luck and concentration, you might get amazing results!
I wasn't sure about which section of the Magazine I was supposed to submit this article. Reviews, Tipster, Analogue Lifestyle? The thing is that shooting this film is experiencing the best analogue and Lomographic sensations at a 100%. At the end I decided to write a review with touches of analogue lifestyle, and a little trick as a gift!
Analogue and consequently lomography, is becoming more and more a fancy theme to “carry around”. For those who thought this movement had its days counted, now you can be sure that it’s here to stay and to embellish a new era. But, aren’t the aesthetics overlapping functionality?
When a turning point comes in life, seasons are left behind and new ones begin. Photos outlast those transitions, but are always best to keep around in memorium? In our electronic age, even our film photos are posted as pixels and online images. Thus comes the question, "To Delete, or Not to Delete?"
Imposing some degree of control can increase the probability that your doubles will turn out good.
Here's a super simple tip for avoiding loosely wound rolls on your Diana camera.
This classic album documents the passage of a life and the descent into madness. A masterpeice of progressive rock and one of the best selling albums of all time.
For April's Phototuts+ feature, we'll be learning about various vintage films and cameras. Read on for this comprehensive guide from Cameron Knight.
The photographers who came before us left a rich legacy of instructions for bettering our craft. Here are some of their suggestions.
I guess everybody who owns a Diana+ 35mm Back knows the problem: What you see in the viewfinder does not correspond to what you get on the photo. Read on to find out how to solve the problem!
When I was travelling, I tried to compare the photos taken by a digital camera and an original film camera, specifically an LC-A+. Why don't we play a little game by guessing which photos were taken by which camera? It's a face-off between the old and new!
Medium format film is often shot in cameras with a 6x6 square aspect ratio of 1:1 (as opposed to 3:2 in many 35mm cameras). Composing your shots for a square is often quite different to shooting a rectangular image.
It may seem strange to write a letter to someone who is with me every day--even more so, a camera. However, I felt that important and personal matters are best to be told in pen and paper, especially if you're not the talkative type. Here's my letter to Diana.
I do not know if this is a unique idea; if it is, then I am taking my claim to immortality. Introducing, the "Principle of Light Penetrability" by Rene M. Nob.
Money is tight and the purse strings mean we might have to wait a bit longer to develop our photos! So what? Makes for more of a suprise when you finally get them back!!
Have you ever had this thing where you plan for a photoshoot somewhere, but suddenly the weather changes and you have no idea what settings to use now with the equipment you have? Or did you ever ask yourself if you'd need a flash or a tripod with ISO100 film while being indoors? Well this handy simulator will answer all your questions for a perfect exposure!
It's charming, unpredictable, awesome – and legendary too! It's blue but happy, square but flexible, and a respectable lady. It's my one and only Diana F+! This lomo camera was the first to rock my Lomographic world and the key to the most charming kind of photos I've ever had the pleasure to create. It's another world, and one of the best in my LOMO world!
Hasselblad, a name and a brand that makes every photographer, who's had experience with these amazing cameras, smile and reminisce when the beast renders square beauties!
This is a very simple tipster that combines two of the funniest things in photography: Light Painting and Double Exposures.
22-year-old Maria Kazvan studies Journalism, though this isn't her passion. She loves taking people's portraits and strives to fully capture expressions on her subject's faces so as to expose their underlying emotions. Brimming with ideas and passion, we expect her photographic desires, explained in the interview, will soon come to fruition!
Moni is a photographer who captures the real in a way that renders it almost unreal. She fosters a dreamy landscape of wonder via a simplistic approach to her photography. Walk into her dreamland and let me tell you how I feel about it.
Redscale film is one red natural film, made to provide us with awesome vintage photos and ghost golden ones. You can find one in Lomography Store or you can make one by yourself.
Today, we’re taking a look at the theory and psychology behind the size, framing, and visual weight of different elements in your photographic composition. You’d be surprised how much there is to learn about this choice, and the impact your decision can have!
You probably have listed your film photography resolutions last year and so now that 2012 has just begun, we're asking you: how did they work out for you? Successful? No need to worry, we've got you a list on how to widen your film perspectives this year. Learn more after the break!
You can make money out of art if you're good enough, but can you make art out of money? A Korean-American origami artist does it, and yes, he makes money out of his money art!
Lana Del Rey, born in 1986 in New York City, is one of the most inspiring artists in the baroque pop scene. Del Rey released her first album entitled “Kill Kill” in 2010, and soon she will released her second album called “Born to Die.” Lana is a real analogue lover, as you can see in her music videos.
Sometimes, that extra drop on the hard concrete floor, or the extra thud on the edge on a wooden table can knock the mechanism that enables our retro Diana F+ falshes to shoot a dazzling display of light. Often, it can be fixed. Diana F+ flash can be saved!
Having just started a few years ago, a lot of things – both the good and the bad – already happened since then. She’s the girl whom we might call the Lucky One and to talk with someone who is born with such karma, it’s hard not to get affected by her unending enthusiasm towards Lomography!