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We've all heard and experienced it one time time or another. You're just minding your own business taking a few snapshots with your Lomo cameras when out of nowhere, uniformed individuals accost you and demand that you either show them a permit or stop shooting. This is the war against photography. Know your rights!
Multiple exposure is a photographic technique by exposing your film to different subjects. This technique will produce unique and unimaginable image to your photos. In fact, this method is experimental and will enable you to express your photos in a creative way. This article will guide you on proper subject to be choose for multiple exposure
Weeks ago I attended the release of 'La Sardina' in my lovely country: Chile. The release was directed by people from "Lomo Chile", and to my luck I won a Lomogaphy Redscale XR 50-200 film in a contest. I couldn't wait to use it and see the results!
Kodak Ultramax 400 got its own style or character. With a cheap negative film where you can get it at any shop easily in the world, you can get a blue tinted photo as you use a tungsten film processing in E6. Sometimes the result is far better, no matter in what condition whether in outdoor or indoor.
Ilford is the well known black and white film. Most professional photographers use it as their bullet for black and white photography. Since Ilford XP2 was invented in 1991 (the year that I was born!) it gives a new soul to black and white photography because it only uses C41 chemical to process!