We asked you to be loud and proud of your city through this rumble. And not just that, for it had to be painted in Lomographic red!
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!
Photograms are produced by laying objects directly onto photographic paper, so there's no camera involved. This means that they're one of the easiest ways to get great results in the world of photography! Read on for details of how to make them…
Chris Kotsiopoloulos is the man behind the 30-hour shoot which produced the amazing 360 degree panorama of a day and night in Sounio, Greece. What's the longest exposure you've ever done? Show us your best shots!
If you ever want to try to self develop your film with coffee, here is a good tip!
The La Sardina was a camera I ended up buying the same day it came out last year. The version I brought was the lovely bright red El Capitan. I thought I would give you an insight into all the places I visited whilst shooting the first roll through it. Read on to find out more.
Okay, this may be cheesy. It's about my love story. Even if this is quite personal, I think I will share it to show you how big Lomography's part in my life is.
Most of us use a variety of cameras and different films in order to actualise whatever that is we have perceived or, at most times, to surprise ourselves. Intentional or not, either way, it doesn’t matter because there is love in analogue! – And this is what our Tipster has to share with us this week!
How do you bring back overtones, nuances, smells, shades, dirt and dust in your analogue pictures? A bunch of experimental Lomographers (there are a lot of you!) has been keeping us busy with Do-It-Yourself techniques for quite some time now. Now we present to you a compilation of some of the best Tipsters using organic materials!
This year, I have taken a few more risks with my beloved films and have done lot of naughty things to them to see how far they can be pushed! Read more about my experiments after the jump!
Like the revolog film effects? Want to achieve them without the hefty price tag? Read on to find out more!
The laboratory has been recently disturbed with a series of case studies begging to be examined. Lab Rat novices wondered aloud on the Lomography blog. about the effects of body processes on film emulsions. Without a smidge of hesitation, we sent out our volunteers on three highly-delicate missions. View the reports at your own risk.
You all have it at home - and it will spice up your photos
For subtle speckles and washes of colour, all you need is a little lemon juice.
Kitt Santos is a designer and illustrator who mixes elements of folklore with pop art. His kick-ass body of work references Art Nouveau, architecture in general, contemporary art, and is inspired by high fashion and the feminine form. He has christened his La Sardina DIY "La Sardina Oceanid" and warns that bad luck might befall any who set their eyes upon her...
Although a lot of us love using expired films, some of us still love the sharp clean and fresh look of well... fresh film. But what do you do to keep expired films looking fresh? FREEZE 'EM