Traveling and taking photos are like what peanut butter is to jelly, Thelma to Louise, peas to a pod - they go perfect together! That's why for this weekend, we're going to give you a slew of travel related Tipsters from your very own. Click through for Taking Back Tipsters!
This quick and simple tipster is for those who like to see and frame even when using “multiple exposure shutter.”
Camera bags are almost as important to us Lomographers as the cameras themselves. We simply cannot be caught dead with a garish bag now, can we?
Got a beat up and irreparable analogue camera such as a Kodak Brownie just lying around gathering mold? Why not break it down and make it into nice pieces of jewelry?
Inspired by creative artists who do customized works, I decided to give my Konstruktor a new look. Being able to give a personal touch to such a creative tool was a fun and rewarding project!
We know that the holidays are far and away, but this instant Tipster needs to be shared to everyone as soon as possible!
Want to jazz up your next party and up it a level or two? Add a dash of sophistication and kitsch with these film canister place holders!
Ever wondered which professional photographers are still shooting film and what gear they're using? Wonder no more as ShotKit answers all your gear related queries!
It's long, flat, thin, and cool - all of which are the characteristics you want of a bookmark!
Kodachrome is one of those golden films from a not too distant past that has died a sudden death. Not only because the film was taken out of production, but even more so because it can no longer be developed. Or can it? Read on to find out how you can easily get some seriously funky bluescale pics out of your forgotten Kodachrome 64 stash.
If you want to add a little bit more story to your double exposures, using a splitzer is key! Full bleed photos are coming your way in this week's edition of Taking Back Tipsters!
There is no doubt whatsoever that the new Petzval lens is the perfect portrait lens. No argument there. But that does not mean it can't be used for other sorts of photography. In my opinion, this gorgeous lens is the perfect tool to make some lovely nature shots!
Sometimes a picture is so pretty, you just want to frame it and hang it on the wall. With an in-camera mask, you can skip the framing bit, and create fun borders right on your pictures.
The new Petzval lens is a beautiful thing as is. But that shouldn't stop us from trying to improve it! Wanting to shoot some infrared film with this lens, I had to find a way to attach an IR filter to it. After giving it some thought and about 10 minutes of work, I came up with a rather elegant solution.
Having a small wedding and want to give your beloved guests a small keepsake for attending your ceremonies? Why don't you give them a film canister filled with goodies?
It's about time we got The Pinholes a Pinhole camera to shoot with! This retro band sat down with us to share their analogue lifestyle and clue us in on the Singapore music scene. Check out the interview and snaps after the jump!
Bundle up and head out to Lomography Gallery Store Singapore for awesome workshops. Meet some new friends or learn something cool! This March, we have a line up of workshops suitable for different levels of experience.
It's no secret that I like playing around with color filters. Here, I'll show you how I created overlapping color images using green and red filters.
We're continuously on the lookout for interesting apps made by photographers for photographers, which the Massive Dev Chart Timer truly is!
Loaded with film but short on cash? Fellow Lomographer chocochipcookie shows you how to build your own film drying rack on the cheap, and it's even portable too!
Breath new life to one of your old and unused camera cases. Make it into a unique camera bag that's fit for the catwalk!
The analogue images you take don't magically become photos just because you will it into existence. The darkroom is where all the magic happens! Whether you're adept at developing at home or not, here's a couple of darkroom-centric Tipsters for you guys to pore over this weekend.
Looking for a new and exciting way to display your favorite Lomographs? How about a DIY clipboard?
Have a satchel that you want to convert into a stealthy but equally fashionable camera bag? Here's how!
We've had 20 years of Lomography, and I've been a part of the movement for almost 17 years. But, I said "almost" because I had long breaks in between. Anyway, I think it's time to look back at those old pictures from the beginning. I have to admit I never made an effort to scan all my old pictures, but there are still a few of them. I think it's worth it to have a look at them.
Some of you may already be familiar with my tipster on transparent color sheets. With the Konstruktor, the whole process is really simple. Catch a glimpse of how I did it.
One fellow from the Lomography Headquarters in Vienna did the unthinkable: use one of our Lomography Experimental Lens to shoot on film. Read on to find out more.
We proudly introduce you to the Achievement Awards to the community! We’ll be dishing out these awards when you reach certain milestones of Lomographic excellence – Read on to find out more!
With the beginning of 2013, a whole new year of analogue opportunities awaits. But, with the endless ideas the Lomographic Communiy has to offer, it’s hard for a newcomer to pick which idea to try first.
As Valentine's Day quickly approaches, love is definitely in the air! Let's celebrate the season by sending in your most romantic and downright cheesiest Lomographs!
A few tips on what films to use and the best conditions to use them.
We've all heard the Lomography motto "Don't think, just shoot," but is that something you really do? Do you really let go completely of all your doubts and "not knowing" and just take the photograph? Well, here's a little reassurance for you that what you don't know won't hurt you, really.
Have you ever wondered what the security officer behind the X-ray machine sees in your bags? How do they determine the materials based on the images on their X-ray screen? Put on your X-ray glasses and find out!
What happens when you shoot a roll of what Kodak touts as the world's finest ISO 100 film with the Lomo camera that started it all?
The belle of the ball has finally landed! This month, the Lomography Gallery Stores welcomed the most recent addition to the Lomography camera line up, the Belair X 6-12, on their shelves!
This roll of film made me think very carefully how and which camera it should be used with. And so should you.