Do you love to use a Splitzer with your La Sardina? The you must try to make this "Peek-Through" Splitzer using an empty film box! It takes Splitzer photos to a brand new level!
Manufactured between 1939 and 1957 by Michigan-based camera maker Argus, the Argus C3 is a 35mm rangefinder that has earned some intriguing nicknames, as well as spots in various camera lists for its design. Find out more about this intriguing camera in this installment of Lomopedia.
This week on Analogue Girl About Town, I thought I’d show you some of the nighttime bokeh photos I've taken of the LA skyline from some of the best spots in the city and write a tutorial on how to make homemade bokeh filters.
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.
Jazz up your nighttime city skyline shots with a few simple tricks!
I'm back to doing experiments. Destruction, manipulation, tampering, and creation!
A review of the most dazzling, must-try chemical tipsters ever written! Enough to satisfy even the most insatiable set of die hard DIY hands.
When I chose to grab the Holga 135 from amidst all my cameras, the way I take pictures changes the possibility of shooting double exposures.
An analogue pursuit shared by two people cut the distance between La Palma in the Canary Islands and Barcelona in Spain.
I horde cameras but I also horde photos. However, it is the latter which are the protagonists.
Want to know how to go around coloring the world without a marker? Here's a couple of tips to get you started!
Traffic lights are helpful light signals that you usually find on the corners of crossroads...but they're also inside your Lomographic cameras.
Thanks to the double exposures and the bokeh technique, we can achieve surprisingly beautiful effects at our photos.
In a dark room, remove the reel frame, draw to your liking and re-roll. The result depends on your ability to draw in the dark!
Here's a trick on how you can get light leaks without opening your camera! Read on for the steps.
Why not? and then soak it in mouthwash of different colours (blue, red, green..) for a couple of hours. Rubbing scrubbing soaking fun!
This is the first in a series of articles on different analog cameras that I'm testing these days. It's not a exhaustive technical analysis, but rather a list of technical characteristics of each camera and my personal opinion after using it with only one film each. Hope this helps to know a little more these cameras.