Time for some double exposure fun! Take out your sardine can camera and let's get layering! Read on for more details...
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To be honest, this was the first time I used Fuji Velvia 50. I decided to use this film for capturing the beautiful sunrise in Mount Bromo.
Signalling the end of an era, freelance photographer Steve McCurry takes out the last roll ever of Kodachrome to document his trip to India. Find out more about the last 36 shots of this incredible emulsion here.
After a dip into the pool with Franco Fontana a few weeks ago, this week’s installment of Influence or Coincidence dives into the cold and foggy German winter. Read on to find out more about photography’s star couple Bernd and Hilla Becher and of course, who on Lomography got closest to their style.
Fabrizio Soler, aka webo29, hails from Malta and is one of Lomography Magazine's new regular writers. Know more about his upcoming series, featuring photographs that are either influences or coincidences, after the break.
Natural and soft toned, is the best way to describe the characteristic of Fuji Superia 200. It can be used during day and night. The best thing is, the film is easy to get everywhere with a cheap price!
I've used a handful of redscales—DIYs and Lomography Redscales. For DIYs, a good number of times, they are underexposed, for Lomography Redscales, some shots are still underexposed. Without going to too much analysis about film density and time exposure, I figured double exposing them would do the trick.
I always buy my rolls of film on the Internet, and when I saw this Mystery 400 Speed B&W Film being announced on Etsy, I knew I had to give it a try!
Some of the lomographers might have experienced this: they got these really intense red photos from the Lomography Redscale XR when shooting with their Holga or Diana. Some of them like it, but what to do with those who don't? Read on to learn how to get vintage-looking photos from this film with cameras that can't rate ISO.
Shooting with expired black and white film is much easier and simpler than shooting expired colour film, so bargains can be had.
Here's a tipster on how to use a redscale film without getting the full reddish effect or outcome of the film. If you want to get a result that brings out a yellow/gold effect, this tipster is for you.
In which our hero divulges the mad ramblings and rants about his craft. Or, put it in a notebook; that's analogue, right?
In which our hero divulges confidential trade secrets or, tips and tricks to try with your next roll of redscale film.
I bought HUNDREDS...yes, hundreds of Kodak Ultima 100. So, I made my own DIY redscale films for a few rolls and was blown away by the results! Read about my awesome redscale results after the jump!
With the start of the year, I have already planned out my things to-go-to and things-to-buy for this year. Unconsciously, all of what I have on my list are about or is connected to my Lomography addiction. Thus, coming out with my Analogue Bucket List.