I wanted to start a monthly flick book for the best of lomography out there! The online books center around themes; the previous installments have already featured the legendary LC-A and LC-A+ cameras, medium format cameras, and multi-lens cameras. This installment is about the special feature we did on Kodak films and cameras after we heard about the company discontinuing their films.
Think South Florida and the Florida Keys and you think of sun, sea, and sand. Last year we were lucky to go on a road trip around this area, and visited the local beaches at any opportunity. We found beaches that are unspoilt and practically deserted. Read on to find out about the beaches we visited.
It's always fun to use the Actionsampler and capture some sequential movement. But are you bored with the results of the Actionsampler? One thing I do with mine is remove the separation mask. Read on!
Want to try something new? Want to create fantastic multi-lens doubles? It's really simple and fun to do with the Pop9 (without wrecking your camera).
The Pop 9 is a great little camera which produces 9 identical images on one 35mm frame, and, as Lomography says, instantaneously transforms the environment around you into explosions of pattern-repeating pop-art! But what happens if you would like to experiment with it a bit more to give you different results? Keep reading this tipster for a lens modification, giving you twice the fun!
Justin Quinnell is a master at making weird and wondrous pinhole photographs - He recently worked as the Pinhole consultant for the movie 'The Brothers Bloom' and his cameras are featured in the film. We took the opportunity to talk to him about his Hollywood experience and fascination for pinhole photography.