Thinking of what to do with your old cameras that are just gathering dust and mold? Clean them and hang them up seems like a splendid idea!
Let's call this an overview to the basics of star trail photography for beginners from the pros. These are a short collection of techniques I've read and learned from books and tutorials that I want to share with you.
Behind-the-Scenes takes you into the colourful, inspiration-filled life of one of the youngest Lomostaff members Dominik (dopic) and his Diana Instant Back+ journey!
Got a Diana and a 35mm back but keep ending up with your favourite grandma's head in half? Here's a quick tip to fix that.
The cable release for the Diana camera is very handy for long exposures, but it is very limiting if you want to produce some self portraits or if you have complicated lighting and need some distance from the camera. Here is a DIY tip for a longer cable release. All you need is string.
On our recent collaborations with one of our most favorite illustrators in Malaysia, ilovedoodle who loves doodle (of course!) can't control his itchy hands and so he did a little doodling on our Lomography Sprocket Rocket White Edition!
Street photography captures everyday moments of people that we pass by daily. It’s always interesting to see what you have captured once you have developed your rolls. Here are a few tips for those who want to explore the art of street photography.
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!)
Given a finite amount of wiggle room, just how flexible can you get? That's the challenge of creating a LomoWall and here's the most popular ones from last week!