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  • Island in the Sun: Polzeath Beach, Cornwall

    Island in the Sun: Polzeath Beach, Cornwall
    The UK might not have your typical tropical warm climate or endless sunshine in the sky, but I have found a treasure of a beach closer to home, which I reckon could rival many a beach abroad! Read on to find out where it is.
  • Paris Wandering in Black and White

    Paris Wandering in Black and White
    Paris is a great city location, which you really have to walk around to really see how beautiful it is and soak up the atmosphere. Even better as black-and-white film works perfectly with it. Take a look at where we visited.
  • Cornwall in Black and White

    Cornwall in Black and White
    Cornwall forms the tip of the southwest peninsula of Britain and has the mildest and sunniest climate in the whole of Great Britain and is known for its beaches and rugged coastline. Here I give you an idea of some of the great places you can visit, like I did with my black-and-white film.
  • Key West in Black and white

    Key West in Black and white
    Key West in Florida is known for it’s tropical climate and the bright bold colors influenced by the Conch (Bahamian immigrants) history, which makes it ideal for shooting with color film, especially slide. But load a camera with black-and-white film and you get a real sense of the history of the building on the island. Read on to find out more.
  • Cloud 9 with the Pop9: Pop9 in Thirds

    Cloud 9 with the Pop9: Pop9 in Thirds
    The Pop9 is a great little camera, which produces 9 identical images on one 35mm frame. But if you want to give your self slightly different results, think about playing with the internal frames for the lenses Warning: this Tipster permanently modify your Pop 9!
  • Island in the Sun: Beaches of South Florida

    Island in the Sun: Beaches of South Florida
    Think South Florida and the Florida Keys and you think of sun, sea, and sand. Last year we were lucky to go on a road trip around this area, and visited the local beaches at any opportunity. We found beaches that are unspoilt and practically deserted. Read on to find out about the beaches we visited.
  • Cloud 9 with the Pop 9: Removing the Internal Frame

    Cloud 9 with the Pop 9: Removing the Internal Frame
    The Pop 9 is a great little camera, which produces 9 identical images on one 35mm frame, but if you want to give yourself slightly different results, think about removing the internal frames for the lenses, warning this tipster permanently modify your Pop9! Read on to find out more.
  • Perpetual Pinholes: London and the Diana F+

    Perpetual Pinholes: London and the Diana F+
    After receiving my first Lomography camera, a Diana F+, and finding out one of the amazing features was the ability to use it as a pinhole camera, I couldn’t way to try it out. Pinholes allow you to get the sense of movement when the subject includes people or vehicles and give you dream like effect. Read on to find out more.
  • The Eiffel Tower in Black and White

    The Eiffel Tower in Black and White
    The Eiffel Tower is probably Paris’ most famous landmark and well worth a visit. If like me you happen to visit it in the middle of a rainstorm, all is not lost. Make sure you load some black-and-white film for some atmospheric shots and if you are lucky, some great reflective images!
  • Livin’ Life with My La Sardina: My First Roll in the Height of Summer

    Livin’ Life with My La Sardina: My First Roll in the Height of Summer
    The La Sardina was a camera I ended up buying the same day it came out last year. The version I brought was the lovely bright red El Capitan. I thought I would give you an insight into all the places I visited whilst shooting the first roll through it. Read on to find out more.
  • Island in the Sun: South Beach, Miami USA

    Island in the Sun: South Beach, Miami USA
    South Beach is a wonderful beach, it's a neighborhood in the city of Miami Beach, Florida, located due east of Miami City between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The South Beach section of Miami Beach is a major entertainment destination with hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants, shops and hotels, but I love it for its close proximity to the Art Deco buildings Miami is famous for, and it’s Lomography friendly, brightly-colored lifeguard towers. Read on to find out more.
  • Cloud 9 with the Pop9: Experimenting with the Lens

    Cloud 9 with the Pop9: Experimenting with the Lens
    The Pop 9 is a great little camera which produces 9 identical images on one 35mm frame, and, as Lomography says, instantaneously transforms the environment around you into explosions of pattern-repeating pop-art! But what happens if you would like to experiment with it a bit more to give you different results? Keep reading this tipster for a lens modification, giving you twice the fun!
  • Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story Exhibition

    Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story Exhibition
    Having started life as a semi-professional athlete, it wasn't until he bought his first camera that he found his true profession. He went on to have the most expansive record of African American urban culture known today and at the time of his death, he had taken nearly 80,000 photos. After narrowing it down to 987 images, this exhibition shows the "most beautiful, appealing, and historically significant images" - Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story
  • Secondhand Love Affair: My Fuji Instax Mini 10

    Secondhand Love Affair: My Fuji Instax Mini 10
    A Fuji Instax Mini 10 camera, found amongst tools and other junk at a car boot sale has turn into one of my favourite cameras, it really is a secondhand love affair!
  • Love at First Lomo: My First Love, the Diana F+

    Love at First Lomo: My First Love, the Diana F+
    My first lomo love was the Diana F+. From what looks like it could be a basic camera, is probably my most versitile camera in my collection. Be warned this camera started me off on my obsession which currently totals 22 cameras!
  • New York City in Color Circa 1950s

    New York City in Color Circa 1950s
    It is hard to imagine a world without colour photography but before the 1950s, colour photography was mainly used for fashion and advertising purposes. It soon started to become available to more people and this exhibition highlights a wide range of colour photographs taken in New York from that time.
  • The Big Apple in the 1940s in Black & White

    The Big Apple in the 1940s in Black & White
    A new exhibition dubbed "The Radical Camera" collects photos from the Photo League, a group of young, idealistic photographers, most of them Jewish Americans, formed in 1936. The exhibit showcases photos of New York from this era.
  • Using Redscale Films: Experiment with the ISO

    Using Redscale Films: Experiment with the ISO
    If you are new to redscale film or not really experimented with it, this is a great tipster, experiment with the ISO of the Redscale XR, to see which colours you like best, unless like me you can't decide!
  • Post-war East End London Photos of the 1950's

    Post-war East End London Photos of the 1950's
    A new exhibition in the Westfield Stratford City shopping centre, London, allows viewers to appreciate the beauty and history of East Londoners going about their daily life, in black and white photograph, in unconventional and often candid settings.
  • The Love Story That Changed History

    The Love Story That Changed History
    Just 45 years ago, marriage between two people of different races was illegal in America, this exhibition in New York, documents the marriage between two people, Richard and Mildred Loving, who helped change this law and America for good.