I love to travel and I love to bring home gorgeous pictures. Well, who doesn't? Let me tell you my secrets to great travel shots.
Sometimes we don't need faces to appreciate a Lomographic photo. Silhouettes, captured in elegant medium format, are just enough to show the beauty that film photography can bring.
Have you already seen a mysterious looking photo that features a transparent subject? Well, it's one of the multiple exposure techniques and is actually simple to do.
Women like adorning their hair with flowers. It's girly, it's fresh, and it makes you extra pretty! After all, it's our crowning glory, right?
Among the wondrous things you can achieve with the Lomo LC-A+ and its nifty MX button is the splitzed double. A lot of lomographers out there might already have an idea how it's done, but for those who don't, read on to find a quick tip and a handful of jaw-dropping photos that will serve as creative inspiration!
Lomographs taken using the Fisheye cameras are already unique in their own way, but who says you can't experiment with fisheye snaps anymore? One thing you can try making with these fun, circular shots is to splitz them, using a dedicated splitzer you can make yourself! Find out how after the jump!
Haven't tried taking splitzed photos yet using your Diana Mini? Then, It's time for you make a handy splitzer for your Mini mate using some easy to find materials. Find out how in the tipsters by our fellow lomographers after the jump!
Ever fantasized about "calling the shots?" Well, it's possible with the Splitzer - the lightweight plastic accessory that allows you to slice your Lomo LC-A+ images into halves and quarters just by twisting the blades. The results will amuse and surprise you - take a look at our favorites after the jump!
Looking for something to serve as your inspiration for you next Diana F+ masterpieces? Today, we bring you a selection of impressive Diana doubles, made funky and interesting using the Splitzer technique! Take a look at some splitzed doubles showing people with the world at their feet!
I had this week’s article written and ready for publishing two weeks before my deadline but a lot has happened since then so I decided to write an entirely different article, one that would be more fitting. I also dusted off my trusty Mamiya C330 so I could capture the sense of this piece on film.
DIY photo frames are a dime a dozen but this one in particular is particularly nice. Read on for the steps on how to do it yourself!
Ever wondered how to use coloured filters for your black and white holga shots, and what effects they have? I have the answer for you
The quick and easy way to load your Smena 8m with redscale film, or any camera with a removable take up spool!
I could not wait to try out EBS after coming across a Japanese Lomographer's tipster. Never had I expected the results from a negative film could be so fabulous! I have deeply fallen in love with EBS shooting style!
This psychedelic effect came from a unique concoction that is within reach at your mum's hearty kitchen!
No matter how bad you treat your film it will always survive!
One of the most popular techniques among the community is lightpainting – it’s fun, it’s challenging, and if successful, the results are quite rewarding! So how about taking things up to the next level?
People are often surprised that I develop and even cross process my own negatives in the comfort of my own home, especially after they've seen my photos. And I am often surprised that they’re surprised, considering how easy it is to do.
Today I will be introducing the technique so called EBS, exposing both sides of the film, one of the most unique techniques within Lomographic photos. Is it hard to do it? Maybe! But once you get good luck and concentration, you might get amazing results!
The idea of film soup, is to allow the film to have chemical interaction with the 'soup', and produce the unexpectedly extraordinary effect for your Lomographs. Since the first film soup ever been 'served', every Lomographer has eagerly recorded down their own recipe and review. In this article, I would like to share my experience with my own secret recipe!
Doing long exposure shots and light paintings can be an easy and enjoyable experience. By remembering some tips and tricks, anyone can do it well.
Located in Northern Europe, it is an island between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of the United Kingdom. Iceland is the westernmost European country with Reykjavik as the northernmost national capital in the world.
I have recently completed my first film destroy mission and have been amazed at the beautiful warped colours it has produced! The best way to play with colours is to use the unexpected. So why not add a bit of excitement to your pictures and take a risk? Read on to find our more about my film destroyer which produced psychedelic results!
Twice a year we have the ability to stock up on sticks that twinkle when we light them on fire. Sparklers have a color you can't replicate. Here we will talk about how to use sparklers for lighting portraits and light painting. From common mistakes to best practices, let's lock in your commitment to Sparkle Motion!
Would you also like photos with amazing red, green, blue and yellow shades? You can easily make ones to put behind and in front of your lens on your own!
Add some color and design to your photos with these easy-peasy, printable DIY Rainbow Polka Dot Filters. All the steps, tips, and tricks from someone who's made it to the other side of the rainbow.