Masking with Lomography Diana F+ using paper cut outs.
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.
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. :/
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.
The Horizon gives a really wide view. Why not line the shots up vertically and get a wider one!
What to do with the empty film canisters? Look what a splendid idea RePlayGround had: a room divider!
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.
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.
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.
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.
I have used a few rolls of the Kodak Elitechrome EB (35mm, 100 ISO) recently and I am never ever disappointed with the results. It has rapidly become one of my favourite films to use, especially as it won me a prize!
A picture tells more than a thousand words, they say. At its best it tells a whole story. But what if one frame at a time is not enough to tell the whole story? That’s where half frame photography really excels. The 1973 build Olympus Pen EE-3 is my weapon of choice when it comes to half frame.
Fuji Sensia 200 is an amazing film that gives you golden greens and bursting blues when cross processed which make it without a doubt the perfect film for any summer day. Throw it in a camera that loves the sun as much as the Lomography Supersampler, and you have a winning combination.
I've only shot a couple of rolls so far and there is definitely more this compact beast can see than the viewfinder will show you. It's wide, it's sharp, it's fast, it's small and it shoots analogue masterpieces with no fuss.
Fuji Provia 100F is an ultra-fine grain slide film, aimed at professionals who want smooth, rich and detailed rendition of tones and colours.