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Back To Basics: Cross Processing

Often intimidating to new Lomographers, Adam shares his experience with cross-processing slide film.

5 Tips to Being a Thrifty Photographer!

In this tipster, you will find out how you can save money on film photography. I will go over the five basic ways on how any film photographer and Lomographer can pursue their artistic dreams and develop their creative outlets without having to spend a fortune.

Battle of the Wide Angle Vivitars (Part 1)

In part one, I compare and contrast the features of four very similar wide-angle Vivitar point and shoot cameras, including the legendary Ultra Wide and Slim. In part two, I look at the results of a side-by-side shootout.

A Review From the Heart: Why Do I Love My Diana?

The Diana F+ is one of my favorite cameras, so if you are expecting objectivity and technicalities, turn the page. This is a blind passionate review, like love! Because I love my Diana F +.

Mixing It Up with Film

In this review, let me share with you my first experiences with the Lomography Mixed Film Pack and my Diana F+, and some of the resulting photos.

Walking near Fiskerton

Playing with Color: Easy Peasy Lemon Mask for Your Summer Shots!

It is officially the summertime here in the UK, but when the sun refuses to appear, get busy and put some sunny colour into your film instead! Here's how to do it in four easy steps.

Today in History: Paul McCartney is Born (1942)

On this day, 70 years ago, one of the most influential singer-songwriters in history was born in Liverpool, England. Join us as we take a look back at the life and work of the iconic English musician in this installment of Today in History.

LomoCelebs: Brad Pitt's Black & White Portraits of Angelina Jolie

Take a look into the private lives of Hollywood's power couple in these monochrome photographs by Brad Pitt himself! Using rare tech pan film, Brad captured his family's intimate moments for W magazine, starring the stunning Angelina Jolie. If you think Brad does well in front of the camera, wait until you see him work behind it.

Creative Corner: Instax Albums

Inspired by my heightening stacks of instant photos, I decided I needed more places to put them than just in a box somewhere in my closet. So gather up some of your favorite instax photos and read on for how to make your very own photo album!

Kodak Color Plus 200: A Film for the Outdoors

Kodak Color Plus 200 is a cheap and cheerful accessible film that produces the best photos when used outdoors. Take a look at some of the photos I've taken using this film after the jump!

How to Do Light Painting with the La Sardina

It was raining heavily one night and I was home alone, dying to take some photos. Hence, I took out my La Sardina and started light painting in my room. Let me tell you how you can do it in this quick tipster!

At The Moment
This Is Japan! -Night Walk At The Festival Week-

Sepulchral: A Journey in the Necropolis by Ellen Rogers: Earl Grey

Hello there and thank you for bearing with me! It has been some time since I was here talking to you last and since then I have been moving into a new studio! I have never really had a bespoke space just for working in before so it’s a good way for me to separate my ever messy (and stinky) work from my home life. I will post more about that soon.

Which Smena? A Comparison of the 8M, Symbol, and 35

There are three types of Smena that are readily available, the 8M, the Symbol and the 35. This comparison helps to make the choice of which one to get a little simpler.

Playing With Color: Cross Processing

Color negative films can give you interesting effects, but when you truly want to play with color, cross processing is the only way to go.

Any Time, Any Place - Part One

It might not be your birthday and you might not have just blown out the candles on your cake, but we’re about to make your wish come true. A brand new Lomography product is on its way soon! Read on for your first clue and get guessing!

The Day My Analogue Life Started

As of today I can’t imagine a life without analogue photography. It’s not only one of my favorite ways to relax and escape from daily life, it’s also a way to show that same life and share it with others. Also professionally, I prefer working analogue and it helped me create my ‘handwriting’ during my design study. When did this start? Not even that long ago, in a place not so far away…