Certainly you have already heard of pushing, pulling and cross-processing. But what exactly is it? And how does it work? In this tipster I want to present you different ways of developing films.
I'm guessing I'm not the only one who realizes that my Diana+ is accidentally in B mode after taking a bunch of photos. The B mode switch is quite sensitive and it shifts easily without realizing. Here I present you the solution for this problem!
When people think of a 110 SLR, they think of the Pentax Auto. However you cannot deny the fun and versatility of a zoom with macro capability.
You want to make your Lomo camera look unique, modern, but still romantic and cool, but you have no idea how to make it or you're afraid of gluing your fingers? Don't worry, it's easy and you can do it in only few minutes.
When I bought my Holga 135bc, I was expecting some crazy results. After i got my first roll developed, i was happy with the quality but was disapointed to see that the whole roll had not one light leak! Here is one quick modification you can add to your Holga 135, or Holga 135bc!
I really wanted to sew my LomoKino a little protection, because I always have everything transported in a large bag. This time I just took a colorful fabric.
I always wanted to try redscale film. One day, I went to the Lisbon Embassy Store and bought a roll, but when I used it and got the results back, I was slightly disappointed. Too dark, too red. So I wanted to go softer.
"Oh help, I'm seeing double" - Don't worry, it's just Double Exposures. But it's not always that simple as it sounds. Here are three basic hints that helped me and will hopefully help you too with your doubles.
There are all kinds of clever methods to get a disappeared film leader sticking out of its canister again. The easiest is using a film puller. Here's how it's done.
What makes you feel free? If you're anything like us, then it's leaving the digital grind behind with a camera in hand! Read on to find out what we're after for this rumble. There's plenty of piggies to be won. Every day!
Last Thursday I went to the Diana Baby release party at the Lomography Gallery Store in Amsterdam. As the dresscode was black & blue I decided to give myself a smashing manicure, and a Tipster for all of you nailpolish fans out there!
Hey all you Lomographers out there! Ever wonder how you can use your car to help you get cool filter effects? Well come on and join me on this tipster to show you how it is done.
Come on, we know you have an interesting tip or something to say about your favorite photography gear to date! Whether it's of the crafty kind, something to make your shots better, or new analogue goodies you've gotten your hands on, we want them!
For every lomographer who has been looking for tips to make their analogue life easier and more fun, the Magazine has lots of tipsters to use as reference. The past week's featured tipster may be useful to you if you plan to shoot redscales, so if you're curious, read on to find out what it's all about!
Have you ever taken a glass of water and mixed in everything you had under your sight? Well, what if you put in your film as well?
My friends and I had a day off from school one Monday, so we decided to spend some time away from our mundane lives by getting out of the house, and getting some fresh air! So of course, we decided to abandon city life for a day, and embrace the untamed and wild nature of our neighboring island, Pulau Ubin.