With this technique you can make a splitzer and/or Cokin type filter holder for your Lomography Sprocket Rocket.
Here in the community, we often read about how our fellow Lomographers bought a camera at a yard sale or flea market. But how do we know when buying a camera if it is in a functioning state? Here are a few tips about what to look for (or to avoid).
As street shooters, we Lomographers want to be able to deliver great documentaries and photo essays through our photos. One of the best ways to do this is with the acronym EDFAT. Check out what it means after the jump!
So, you love self developing your film? Great! But wait, why should I have to develop only 2 rolls per batch and wait? Now I will bring you the power to double your rolls and of course the fun, too!
For less than a hundred bucks worth of equipment you can easily start developing your own black and white negatives. The cost of the chemicals works out to be less than $1/35mm roll or a little less than $2/120 roll. If you like to take a ton of pictures and don't have a lot of money to spend developing your own negatives is a lot cheaper and easier than you could possibly have imagined.
To help Lomographers when choosing the correct ISO rating for their film in toy cameras, I have created a colourful little table based on the "sunny 16" rule for Lomography's best loved, plastic toy cameras.
Want to improve your light painting? Do you dream of defined glowing figures in your photos? Follow these steps and you can create bright Lomographs.
Do you like the glowing effect on Lucky SHD 100 film? it is dependent on your taste though, but for some of us it looks weird, especially when you take a portrait. I am one of them. The basic problem of the glowing effect on Lucky SHD 100 film is, the fact that this film doesn't have anti-halation layer, because of this, sometimes our pictures show flares or a glow, even intended to be overexposed. But do not be worried, this problem can be solved.
What is ‘vignetting’ and what does it have to do with the LC-A+? What does it mean to ‘cross-process’ a film? What’s the difference between a ‘pinhole’ and a ‘panoramic’ camera? One of the first things you’ll notice when browsing the Lomography site for the first time is that there are some pretty crazy terms thrown around. Don’t worry, you’ll find definitions for all kinds of photographic words on this page!
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.
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!
Add some color and design to your photos with these easy-peasy, printable DIY Rainbow Polka Dot Filters. All the steps, tips, and tricks from someone who's made it to the other side of the rainbow.
After purchasing my first ever film scanner, the Epson Perfection V500, I was stoked to finally be more "hands-on" with my Lomography experience. But alas, something that should be as simple as pressing a button has caused me more stress than ever! After researching and testing, I've figured out 6 different ways to configure your x-pro scans -- read on to join the conversation.
Every cross processed slide films have different color shifts. In order to use them flexibly, why don't we have a color palette?