This time, I want to introduce my favorite camera, the Cosina CX-2. Why does it looks like the LOMO LC-A? Sure, because it is LOMO LC-A's father. Someone said the design of LOMO LC-A was derived from the Cosina CX-2.
What does ASA mean, anyway?
When you flip your film and shoot on the back side of it, you get the lovely redscale. But sometimes I do miss the blue colour from the film when I do that. Why not shoot on both sides then!
A quick and easy little tip to mark your full rolls of film.
In this simple tutorial our friends over at PhotoTuts+ teach you how to make your own photographic darkroom for developing black & white film!
The most expensive camera yet… isn’t new. Nor is it digital or anything remotely high tech.
She comes in many bright colors, she produces great bright colors. She's iconic, pocket-sized, and functional. She's neat and eye-catching. You'll never go unnoticed with this marvel box in your hand!
Suddenly got a feeling to shoot with Redscale, however the Lomography Shop's Redscale are all sold out... What should you do? Why not use a DIY Redscale film!
The truth is that I wasn't convinced at all to use a redscale film, but if you don't try it you'll never know if you'll like it. In this case I didn't like it, I LOVED IT!
So you want to try red scale film but are having trouble to find one? No problem. Make one for yourself.
In which our hero takes DIY redscale film one step further and discovers new potential in the colors of his pictures.
I often take photos and think "It's going to be another boring roll of film!" Then I found that it is never too late to save those boring shots. By taking the film out and shooting a second layer with redscale, the results can be exciting and mesmerizing.
To called this film a redscale is maybe a little bit inappropriate. Since this film has an unexpected wide range of colors, it will definitely give you shock therapy. I am aware there are some films that have similar capability like Nightbird. But, again you will be shocked with the results.
In which our hero, on a whim, purchases a box of film on sale and is very pleased with his decision. Or, Kodak Ultramax 400 is a fantastic film for all occasions!
I love to do double exposures with my Lomo friends in and out the country. I love to see different cultures, the cities and life in general in one frame of picture. But apart from mark the film to do successful double exposures, there is an easier method...
Do you have an old table or piece of furniture lying around? Want to make it your favourite household item ever by making it lomographied? Well, follow this tipster and I'll show you how to make a Lomography table in 5 easy steps.
An old slide film produced in Italy. This film expired more than 25 years ago. Result: a dream.
Fortunately, I can bring all my plasticky Lomography cameras everywhere for they are very light.
Are you like the rest of us Lomo geeks? Do you love the vignette around your lovely colour-popping pictures? Well, here is an awesome tipster on how to greatly exaggerate that vignette using your Lomo LC-A.
The sight of the giant LC-A+ at the Lomography Gallery Store Sheung Wan in Hong Kong is something not to be missed. It stands tall there about waist level, always amazing the visitors. In this article, our store manager Alex will tell us the making-of story of how the giant camera was born!
It is one of my frustrations that our wedding was not covered by fellow lomographers; and so, I am compensating.