As part of our Russia Day competition, we asked the Lomography community to try for a baby on June 12th. Diego (or Disdis as he's known in the community) was a bit early for the Rumble; his baby boy Leo was born in August last year. But we felt compelled to show his story and amazing selection of photos with you guys - Read on for his lovely tale of Leo's birth and development....
Karimunjawa is a newly-discovered untouched virgin paradise said to become the “next Bali”.
This is our scorching summer film-tastic fun-ventures at the seaside last April (12 to 18). We just got married earlier this year - February 5th to be precise. We even had a lomo-style wedding reception and we really like it (later i'll post about this).
We know that you're all curious of Lomography's mystery product to be unveiled next week! And since we would like to give you more clues, we have dedicated this week's gallery post for that ever elusive Lomography product.
For my first "Analogue For A Day," I decided it would be appropriate to try out a photo shoot with my friend Erika, strictly with film. I had done some digital photo shoots in the past, sometimes bringing along a film camera or two, but never before did I give my full trust to film...until now. Read on!
The best way to capture a scene from your most favorite movie!
In this Tipster article, I’m going to show you how to make a super-wicked-awesome deck of playing cards with the help of a Diana Mini, some Lomography 35mm ISO 800 Color Negative film, and props that were lying around the house. At the time of writing I happened to have a lot of sweets, but you could use whatever you wanted. Anything goes, but the shiner the better!