Hi there! :)


It’s been a while since I held my first Holga camera in my hands on Christmas Eve 2007. Lot of stuff changed as those years were passing by.

Credits: murdoc_niccals

Now I’m happy to be member of this community and i recently decided to be more active here. I already know some of you a little bit. I don’t know if you know me, but you can get to know me if you want to. Sometimes i have questions about lomography, but i have no one to ask. Sometimes it’s YOU who could help me or who I could have a friendly lomo-chat with. I look forward to all of you :) Curiosity is my middle name so let’s be friends.

Credits: murdoc_niccals

Oh, and here is my first question:

What do you do with stripes of film after scanning? How do you store it? I have a loads of unsorted films and i can’t figure out what to do with them :)

written by murdoc_niccals on 2012-10-21


  1. ksears119
    ksears119 ·

    Good first blog! For years I have stored my negatives in sleeves that fit into a three ring binder. There is space on the sleeve to write the date, place, subject, etc. Fairly inexpensive and you can fit a lot of sleeves into a binder. Good luck!

  2. murdoc_niccals
    murdoc_niccals ·

    thanks for first comment and for your advice! three ring binder looks like a neat solution. i think i'll go for it. :)

  3. wolkers
    wolkers ·

    I keep my negatives and prints in the paper bags I get from the lab and store those in boxes. I write date, film and camera on the bags and so I always find very quickly, what I was looking for. It's kinda messy and requires loads of space, but I get along quite good with it!