Pearlgirl77 is no stranger to the Lomo community. She is one of our most active and experienced members, as you can see in her LomoHome. She is obviously an ardent analogue photographer who has laid her hands on over 30 cameras, giving every camera a taste of her expertise.
We caught up with Diana World Tour Austin's contributors THE OCTOPUS PROJECT to see what they're up to these days. You may know them from their visually stunning set at last weekend's Fun Fun Fun Fest, or from their new video for "Whitby" which debuted on Stereogum this week! Check out their interview after the jump!
November is Lomography's birthday month, and December brings about the 1 Year Anniversary of the Lomography Gallery Store Austin! What better way to celebrate on the cusp of these momentous occasions than with an exhibition showcasing the analogue works of art as photographed by YOU!
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!
Lomography and the Downtown Austin Alliance would like to introduce the “As Austin As It Gets” Rumble! A rumble all about Austin, Texas! Check out more information after the jump!
Looking for an excuse to show off your shots you’ve recently had? Talk about good timing, because a new Showdown awaits you! Enough of the suspense already, and get uploading now!
When shooting analogue, you will face the problem of having developed negatives lying around everywhere and piling up. You can throw them away, or put them somewhere in a dark corner and forget about them, but what if you want to scan them again or need them for any other reason? I do know I am pretty chaotic, but for my negatives I needed a method to keep it organized. So, let me show you how I archive my film negatives after the jump!
Here's a trick that has been priceless when doing double exposure at night with the LC-A+, avoiding the shakes of a hand held long exposures.
Everything is bigger (and hotter) in Texas, so let's make the most of the biggest and brightest day of the year. Sunrise: 5:30 am / Sunset: 8:30 pm... with three badass workshops in between!