Russia + Singapore Film Swap is a photo collaboration between Lomographers in Russia and Singapore. It's a Lomographic interaction and a way of exchanging cultures and colours!
They painted my life with the colors of Lomography. They inspired me to take good pictures. They filled my life with laughter. They are my inspiration!!!
Ever since I got my first LC-A+, I started to get curious and wanted to know about the camera and its origin. A rare chance came along to travel to Russia in June 2011 and I immediately jumped on it. Thus, my journey to the birthplace of LOMO LC-A begins!
are you ready for the world wide pinhole day? making of this camera started when "cyanwater" request to have a SPAMera for her birthday. yeah... there is no way u can purchase one of the shelves. this SPAMera is of different mechanism compare to the original version from Chris Keeney.
A fellow film photographer's birthday coming? Need ideas for the coming festive season? Well giving someone a 120film as a gift just got interesting!
If any of your whippersnapper friends insist that you need Photoshop to make your photos look good, better school them on the impeccable work of portrait artist Philippe Halsman, who made one of our time's most memorable photos through sheer determination. And lots of pissed off cats.
Thinking of decorating your wall with Lomo photos? Grab some hemp rope and pegs! A $4 solution to your own Lomowall!
Own a Holga WPC? 120 film too expensive to experiment with? Want some super long pano with sprocket holes?
Not only is cyanwater one of our most active lomographers, camera testers, and a very cool person, she is the very patient winner of the Fisheye Lomo Amigo Competition. So read on after the jump to get an insight into the woman behind the camera.
We all have our own prized collection of analogue cameras at home but Mijonju is definitely one of a kind! He has a regular web video on youtube that proudly showcases and reviews new and old acquisitions. We exchanged a few words with him and here's what this collector has to say!
We've got a special Tipster for you guys just in time for Halloween, courtesy of tattso! Things are going to become a lot more spooky and scary as we're going to show you how you can capture apparitions with your trusty pinhole cameras! Scaredy cats, you've been warned!
Close your eyes when you advance the film inside your Sprocket Rocket