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DIY Your Own Special Apertures for Lomography Petzval Lens

The Petzval Art Lens is famous for its circular bokeh. In fact, you can even make you own DIY filters of special shapes!

Amazing Polaroid Emulsion Lifts by Lio Munoz

Emulsion lifts with instant film certainly is one of the ways you can get experimental with analogue photography. While it may take some practice before one perfects the technique, but the results can be rewarding, as we can see in the works of a Chilean photographer!

Modify your Holga 120 to Shoot in the 70mm Format

Here you can find a useful guide to modify any kind of Holga 120 into the 70mm format.

Crashing and Burning: My Epic Quest for Colored Sparks

Ever since I shot my first roll of steel wool lightpainting shots, I fell in love with the technique. Hanging out with friends, there's the thrill of doing something your parents would sternly shake their head at. There's this obvious charm about it, I mean, I got a friend who doesn't care for photography at all, yet each time I get the steel wool out, he begs to come along, giving suggestions how the shot could be more epic and stuff like that. After a while though, I got to wondering, could I get something more than just orange sparks?

Jetzt wird es richtig heiß: Ring of Fire

Nachdem hier schon diverse Tipster zum Thema Lightpainting und dergleichen erschienen sind, kommt jetzt mal ein richtiger Burner. Sprichwörtlich.

How to make 3D Stereographic Images

I made 3D stereographic images using 2 disposable cameras and duct tape. Once shot, I easily made them into a moving image using photoshop. Originally for a class presentation.

Half cat, half human
Rainbow Power

Your Own Macro Studio

Do you want to shoot great macro photos, but the results always look boring? Well, keep on reading. Do not expect that I will show you how to build a real studio, but read on.

How to Write with Light - Making it Legible!

If, as a kid, you were told off because of your bad handwriting and, as an adult, this problem got worse... this tipster is for you!

Double Scan Film Strips Simultaneously

I just tried something new to those old film strips that I have in my box. I’m looking for film strips in a different moment and bring back the old moment I have. After that, I prepared the Scanner and Digitaliza. Let’s get started!

Life's Daily Photo Walk with MX Skills

this one is really easy. It's something you can easily try within all the techniques from MX. You can basically snap whatever you want, and you can create very unique shots! You just need to know how to MX it :)

Both sides of the daily life

Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

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!

Don't Be Afraid of Moving Your Camera!

One most often thinks about exposure time when shooting in a dark setting. So what setting befits an eight-second exposure? When attempting to capture the night scenes in your city? Perhaps, but let artist Nicolas Ruel provide you with a less conventional answer!

How to Get Flowers Out of Fireworks: A Nighttime Photography Technique

What is a photographer to do at a Firework Show? What about finding new ways to use his camera, and take beautiful and unexpected images of flowers in the night sky. Find out how photographer David Johnson did it.

US CitySlicker sixsixty's Ultimate Lomography DIY: Develop Your Own Film: Part 1

Come with us on a journey through space and time to partake in the ultimate DIY adventure: developing your own film. In part 1 we will cover C-41 color negative and the lomo fan favorite: cross processing.

To Crop Or Not To Crop, That Is The Question

While some like to present their photographs unedited or straight-out-of-camera, it turns out that a little snipping here and there can transform good images into great ones. Did you know that some of the most iconic photographs of the century are actually cropped versions of their originals? Check out the gallery below and tell us what you think!

Vectis 50mm Macro Test
Vectis 50mm Macro Test

DIY Color Gels with a Twist!

Did you lose your color gels for your Colorsplash Flash? Or are you just getting a bit bored with your same old color gels? Read on to see how to make your own color gels with a bit of twist on it!

Analoge Frische

Fotograf Dan Cretu hat wortwörtlich eine fruchtige Idee. Er benutzt Lebensmittel wie Orangen, Limetten, Gurken und Tomaten zur Herstellung analoger Skulpturen, die allesamt sehr lecker aussehen! Eine Salat-Kamera? Ein Zitrus-Fahrrad? Sogar eine Kassette mit Fleischeinlage? Bei ihm ist alles möglich.

Make Some Noise For The Beastie Boys

Anlässlich des Todes von Adam Yauch, besser bekannt als MCA von den Beastie Boys, habe ich eine kleine Tribute-Serie gemacht, die ich gerne mit euch teilen möchte.

DIY Regenbogen Polka Dot Filter: Topf mit Gold nicht inklusive!

Willst du deinen Fotos Farbe und Style hinzufügen? Dann probiere es doch mal mit diesem einfachen Regenbogen-Filter zum Ausdrucken. Hier kommt eine Schritt-für-Schritt Anleitung mit Tipps und Tricks von jemandem, der es bereits auf die andere Seite des Regenbogens geschafft hat.

First Diana Mini Roll :)

DIY Film Retriever/Extractor

Don't you just HATE it when you accidentally rewind the entire roll of film that you intend to use for a film swap? So here is a simple tip that you can use on any 35mm fully retracted film leader!

Make Your Own Color Filter!

Would you also like photos with amazing red, green, blue and yellow shades? You can easily make ones to put behind and in front of your lens on your own!

Creep
Der erste schöne Sonnentag in Düsseldorf! Rheintum panographic.
Lovers in the snow