Finally my research is completed and I am now ready to tell you about how to disassemble a disposable camera and reload it. Despite the fact that the most are "single-use" only, they can be disassembled and recharged with film and a battery.
Thinking of what to do with your old cameras that are just gathering dust and mold? Clean them and hang them up seems like a splendid idea!
If you're into fashion, it's one of the mortal sins to keep wearing the same thing over and over again. To avoid this little faux pas, we've got another DIY accessory for you guys to try out.
Want to jazz up your place but feel its a wee bit too early for Christmas lights? Here's a nifty idea you can try out!
Do you want to scan your negatives but don't own a flatbed scanner? Do you have an ordinary scanner and a tablet? Look no more, I have a solution for you.
Many photographers love to carry their iPad or Android tablet around to edit their photos and upload to Facebook or Instagram straight after their shoot. Therefore, the tablet is an essential item in their bags. Sadly, the Smartphone Film Scanner is not made to scan the films with a tablet, but that doesn't mean you can't use it.
For anyone who’s bought a Spinner 360 or Sprocket Rocket, figuring out how to scan sprockets can take a lot of trial and error...which is why I wrote this guide.
If you or one of your friends have a wedding coming up, here's a fun way to proudly show your Lomographic love to all of your guests!