Adapter for the Diana viewfinder (with a 35mm back)
There are many ways of shooting with 135 in a 120 camera to sensitize the sprocket holes. This is an option in wich you can use the paper protection roll of 120 films.
Some time ago, I read an article of cohetesnaranjas about a failed experiment of mixing words with landscape. I thought it was a wonderful idea so I kept it in my mind so that I could try it someday, maybe with something more.
If you have a scanner with a backlight then you should be able to use the DigitaLiza scanning mask to scan sprockets - examples are the V330 and V500 models. To get a correct exposure though you'll need to tweak the EPSON Scan software. Read on to find out how.
Planning to give out something for your lomo loving friends this holiday season? Why not try adding a touch of lomography to your gift by attaching this easy to make film ribbon? It's fun, easy, and eco friendly too. I'm pretty sure you have a couple of film negatives that you'd like to dispose off properly so why not recycle it, right?
This photo of Audrey Hepburn going shopping with a baby deer (fun fact: the pet's name is Ip, short for Pippin) was taken by Bob Willoughby, who met her shortly after she arrived in Hollywood in 1953 and continued to shoot her for over a decade.
I try to get a different character from my Sensia. I tried some different exposing times to play a bit with the light and results of the different exposures.
I decided to shoot a roll of doubles with myself layering the stars of the night sky with ordinary things down on Earth!
How to bypass the LC-A+ lack of Bulb mode? Here I show you how to make long exposures with your LC-A+ using just your finger.
The only word can described this film is "surprise". Unexpected color makes me feel surprised again and again. Purple and red, makes my every single picture become more eye-catching and more artistic.
Camera Mail is an interesting project that you can do! The idea is to mail a camera to different parts of the world and have people take pictures of themselves. Read on for the instructions on how you can start your own Camera Mail project.
This tipster is simple and most probably written before but just want to share with some of you guys who left me a message about how i go about using the silhouettes for my double exposures.
ROARRRR....it is happening! Lomography has officially set its foot in the Lion City! If you want to be the first to engage with Lomography Singapore, accept this challenge that we have for you!
Photography with a minimum of 3 exposures per picture. My life in 20 exposures and 5 photo's. A tale of Lomography done by a 15 year old.
I thought of cooking film. I put the film in the microwave and.... good pictures came out!
We have new looks at each season, how could our cameras stick to an old look? Let's have a make-over and give your camera a new look immediately!
Here’s a quickie tipster on how to make DIY lens caps for your DIY camera!
Bursts of colour everywhere on a tiny canvas? Yes please!
Have forgotten your LC-A splitzer or can't find it once again? Or do you just have to be fast, with no time to mount and set your splitzer? That's not a problem. You don't need the splitzer all the time to do the splitz. You can use your finger!
This is just a very quick and easy tipster (that some of you may already be aware of) and it's sure to add an extra splash of colour to your Instax photos.
Velcro and a drop of super glue do the trick!
If you're no good at judging distances Zone Focusing on the Lomo LC-A+ can be difficult, but with a a couple of techniques you can nail it every time.