Michael Stipe, frontman of the recently disbanded group R.E.M., cites Patti Smith as one of the people who influenced his musical career. In 1995, he followed Patti Smith on tour and took some black and white photos. Learn more after the break.
WOT? Is this serious? And I can tell you it's super simple, almost everyone can do it with a cellphone in their pocket.
Nothing feels better than wearing a shirt you designed yourself!
Different. Business cards that marry Digital to Analog. Something personally created that is different every time. A unique product that raises peoples interest in it, and the process that creates it.
Shooting live gigs has been quite an experience for me. Totally different from what I’ve been documenting prior to my Rock Lomography side project. I admit, I’m still new in music photography but I would like to share some of my knowledge with fellow lomographers based on my one-year stint. Just a few simple tips if you’re trying out. Remember this does not conform to regular music photography guidelines. Here are the 10 Golden Rules in Rock Lomography :
The best store in the UK? We think so!
Yes that is the band Kiss' logo in my Sprocket Rocket pictures! Now i explain you how it is possible and how you can do it on your own as well.
Developing your own monochrome Lady Grey and Earl Grey films at home but don't know the exact times? We have the answer for you!
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.
Here are a few spots in New York City that the average tourist (I) shouldn’t (didn’t) miss.
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.
Or how to convince a little fungus to stay to live in your film
With all this baking soda and dishwashing, I thought I would have some fun with my film myself. So I powdered up my film with some baking soda and gave it a drink in red wine vinegar. Some rinsing with water, drying, shooting, and developing and every picture has a blue hue. Here's how I did it.
Want to use 35mm film in your regular Diana camera but haven't got the special 35mm back. Well you can all you need is a slight modification and you can happily shoot sprocket framed snaps with the aid of some foam and electrical tape.
Letting your film-roll swim in boiling water with a little bit of a household cleaner will give your photos a blue and shining fog.
Stylish pictures which are "eaten" above and below by light that you get with a thick Diana roll. This most likely results when the film is loaded too loosely or is wound up wrong. But just exactly how, I haven't yet figured out myself...
It is easy to make crazy effects with your lomos with objects you have on hand.
Have forgotten your LC-A splitzer or can't find it once again? Or do you just have to be fast, with no time to mount and set your splitzer? That's not a problem. You don't need the splitzer all the time to do the splitz. You can use your finger!