It might be handy to know something elementary about first-aid for homo sapiens, but it's vital for a Lomographer to have crucial information about how to keep their beloved photographic tool ticking. In this chapter we provide you with simple explanations and tips to help you look after your camera properly and to prevent simple mistakes. Remember; any attempted repair that is not mentioned in this text is at your own risk and is not covered under the warranty.
Chris Kotsiopoloulos is the man behind the 30-hour shoot which produced the amazing 360 degree panorama of a day and night in Sounio, Greece. What's the longest exposure you've ever done? Show us your best shots!
Keep a food diary in analogue and let the simplest meals become the best memories.
Release your Diana shutter with the simple pull of a string – Perfect for crazy photos from impossible angles. Read more about this Tipster treat after the jump!
To take pictures, we need our cameras but without films, we can't do anything. Nowadays, prices have soared and the same people who today, take all our money, in the past they gave us the option of getting free films or albums.
Let's double the fun by creating a half-frame mask for the Diana F+! Read on to find out how to do this.
Are you desiring something so badly in our Online Shop? Is it the LomoKino? The LC-Wide perhaps? A La Sardina sounds pretty neat, too!
Fungus can slowly take over and destroy your precious lenses and film. If you are still not aware of this problem that could be growing on your gear, get acquainted with this guide which explains, among other things, what fungus is, what it does to your equipment, and how you can prevent it.
If you're anything like me you're a clutterer. Clutter, mess, and general untidiness seems to accumulate everywhere I go. No matter how hard I try to avoid it I'm always doomed to be the opposite of neat and tidy. However, I'm striking back at fate as I've come up with a quick, simple way to store my rolls of film and express my love of movies while re-appropriating some old VHS boxes.
In this simple tutorial our friends over at PhotoTuts+ teach you how to make your own photographic darkroom for developing black & white film!