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Shadow Subjects

The San Francisco-based photographer and writer, Ian Tuttle, has created an awesome way to keep his subjects within frame (so to speak). With this nifty camera modification there's always a captive audience!

Yashica Lynx 5000E: Yashica Haunts My Dream #1

Lynx is like a girl next door with great personality who's on a little chubby side. But why do I often dream of Yashica. Could it be the Radioactive lens giving me brain damage? Could it be the nostalgic feeling of 1960's Japan and Astro Boy?

Old Times
Old Times
Old Times
Old Times
Mini moments
First Lomo cam...

Escape from the City: Waterfalls Among A Concrete Jungle

In a city surrounded by skyscrapers, banks and law firms, where do you go to unwind? Where do you go to get away from city life? The next beach is overcrowded, at the next beach are clubs where you're bound to run into people you know turning the night into yet another beer consumption ritual. So where do you go to unwind? The answer is this, the Palmengarten Waterfalls!

Oh It's June Already

Victorian Brompton Cemetery, South Kensington

Beautiful, haunting, gothic, a Victorian cemetery near Earls Court. What a treat!

The Lubitel in Hiller Torfmoor

With the help of my Lubitel, I have discovered the sprawling nature of the Hiller Torfmoor (peat bog).

Simply a Joy: Rollei Digibase CN 200 PRO

A very special film: No orange mask, very saturated colorful images and stable for the next 300 years. Easy to scan and easy to shoot.

The Ugly Betty of Cameras

A short review of my new (wasn't sure whether it was working) Pentina from ebay!

Waverley Abbey #4
Waverley Abbey #3
Get thy bearings! #2

Multiple exposure with the Color Splash? Six screws and a screwdriver make it possible!

Who doesn't feel it's painfully missing? A multiple exposure switch on your beloved ColorSplash. If you don't mind a few small holes in the face of your white spaceship - or you can accept it in order to make colorful multiple exposures with your ColorSplash - Here's a little tip.

Masking with the Diana F+

Masking with Lomography Diana F+ using paper cut outs.

Olympus Écru

The name of this concept camera was chosen to symbolize its intended role as a tool for living an intellectually enhanced life as natural as unbleached cloth. This concept is symbolized in the white body of the camera, which was sold as a limited edition of 10,000 units in Japan and 10,000 overseas.

Actionsampler Flash - A Rough Start

Yeah! Finally a camera to all conditions! Light, easy to carry, great for festivals because I can use it 24 hours and take pictures of my friends... looking even more drunk. :/

Kodacolor 200, Who Are You?

When I bought my LC-A+ 6 months ago, I got two free rolls of film in the package, to get me started. I've only just finished the second roll and now I wonder - who is this little amazing roll of film that produced such good results? Searching "Kodacolor 200" yields no results on Google - which means there's something funky about it. I went a hunt, keep reading to see what I found out.

Stack the Horizon Shots!

The Horizon gives a really wide view. Why not line the shots up vertically and get a wider one!

Room divider!

What to do with the empty film canisters? Look what a splendid idea RePlayGround had: a room divider!

A Combination of Sprockets and Cross Processing

My first rolls of X-Pro slide film came back today with amazing results. Sprockets and all. I am genuinely very proud of some of these as they are, what I consider to be, my first good photos.

Nikon FM

A classic camera! The Nikon FM is an advanced mechanically-operated, interchangeable lens, 35 mm film, SLR camera. It was manufactured in Japan between 1977 and 1982. I inherited one a couple of years ago, around the same period I started Lomography with my Diana F+. And I know I'll keep this camera until the day I give it to my own children.

Corn Field

Loading the Lomo LC-A+

safest way to load your LC-A+ and get some extra shots! Sometimes while you are shooting with your precious LC-A+, the advance wheel gets a bit hard to turn and you start hearing a strange sound like a "crack crack crack" from the inside of the camera.

No more crooked scans with the DigitaLIZA!

Click here to learn about the modification of the standard negative holder to fit the DigitaLIZA in my scanner. Thus, the DigitaLIZA can be aligned in the center for straight scans.