Fellow Lomographers, it’s time to think inside the box! Every Lomography product comes in a funky looking box, neatly packed for your satisfaction! Don’t throw those Lomo boxes away, they will come in handy later on.
Many of us occasionally get curious about what's inside someone's bag. But have you ever wanted to rummage inside a fellow photographer's bag? A newly-launched website feeds your curiosity with photos and videos of photographers and their weapons of choice--mostly delicious analogue goodies!
Here I would like to share about my experience on how I made myself the cheapest tripod by using Blu-tack when I get started the journey in Lomography. I never have any tripod or shuttle release cable for myself, so I have to go for the creative way with what I have! For those who wish to take longer exposure photo but without tripod or shuttle release cable, now worry no more!
If people say the Fisheye likes to play games under the sun, then the Fisheye No. 2 should be an animal who loves to stay awake and keep making creations.
This time, I want to introduce my favorite camera, the Cosina CX-2. Why does it looks like the LOMO LC-A? Sure, because it is LOMO LC-A's father. Someone said the design of LOMO LC-A was derived from the Cosina CX-2.
Have you ever wonder what results would you get if you DIY your own redscale films? I took what's on my table, an empty canister and an expired 2008 Kodak Colorplus pack. I DIY it into a redscale film and here are the results! :)
This goes out to the unfortunate Lomographers whose LC-A+ od LC-A experienced a mishap and needs some care. If the top part of your trusty camera cracked or broke you'll learn how to change that part. Have fun and get your hands dirty to get a feel for your LC-A!
Time Magazine camera, a thrift store find sure to satisfy any Lomographer's lo-fi needs!
Your Fisheye One' skin is falling off? Wish my sharing can help you.
This is a very easy way to scan your negatives! No cutting up shoeboxes, and no windows - just use your computer screen!
For all of us who love the vignette effect on the corners of classic Holga cameras, there is now a 35mm Holga! Built with the classic plastic lens of Holga, 2 aperture settings, and 2 shutter settings, this 35mm camera is perfect for amateurs or expert lomographers.
This is my first camera ever; my parents gave it to me as a key chain but soon, I discovered it could take photos.
What do you get when you merge today's advanced digital technology and the charm of analog cameras? An amazing and award-winning masterpiece!
An easy to find pseudo-TLR, the Kodak Duaflex II is an nice addition to any toy camera collection for its simplicity and low cost if you're willing to modify your 120 film for 620 spools or experiment with 35mm.
Most of you will know this: you have millions of pictures, but when you are searching one of yourself, then there are maybe only one or two self-portraits in the mirror -- and that's it. I really liked it, when I got the cable release with the LC-A+, and felt that I need more!
In which our hero takes DIY redscale film one step further and discovers new potential in the colors of his pictures.
It is one of my frustrations that our wedding was not covered by fellow lomographers; and so, I am compensating.
On a rainy Friday morning, I had nothing much to do. So, I decided that I would give my Actionsampler a makeover!
Have forgotten your LC-A splitzer or can't find it once again? Or do you just have to be fast, with no time to mount and set your splitzer? That's not a problem. You don't need the splitzer all the time to do the splitz. You can use your finger!
Check out our Doubles story: Lomographer Shanghied from Richmond, Virginia sent me this rewound film with no specific instruction - just a note that said “Use with this mask”. I was not sure about how I’d put the mask so as not to overlap his first shots but I figured what the heck - Lomo knows no rules. I need not worry.
Disappointed with an abundance of rubbish prints of shots that went wrong? Building up a shelf full of photographic embarrassment? Never fear, here's a way to make use of those sad photos.
What does ASA mean, anyway?
Solid build, rugged, and strong! Its shutter sounds very solid with the "clack". Still a great performer ever since the 1970's. Images are sharp and crisp.