Taking a selfie? Show us where you’re at, too, by capturing it with the Spinner 360˚!
Anyone and everyone who's adventured across China on a train will know that it's not just about getting from point A to point B; it's about the journey itself and the people you meet along the way. Wang Fuchun took this to the next level with his series of incredible photographs that documented Chinese passengers on trains. Prepare to be dazzled by these down-to-earth shots that capture real life on a train!
People are often surprised that I develop and even cross process my own negatives in the comfort of my own home, especially after they've seen my photos. And I am often surprised that they’re surprised, considering how easy it is to do.
Today I will be introducing the technique so called EBS, exposing both sides of the film, one of the most unique techniques within Lomographic photos. Is it hard to do it? Maybe! But once you get good luck and concentration, you might get amazing results!
This is an article introducing how to make homemade red scale film. There are already some fabulous articles about how to make red scale films out there, however I decided to make one with my method. This method keeps film frames in order, and it is useful for EBS (Exposing Both Sides of film) trick as well ☺
Learn how to make a round Spinner in 6 simple steps with this tutorial!
Tired of the typical photobooth setup where you just stand and pose in front of a backdrop? Then you’ll love this idea put together by Kansas-based photographer John Deprisco!
We're often in search of sources of illumination. Either, literally, pure light, or works, people, and places that serve to illuminate us. Two artists have been traveling the globe for a decade with a crescent moon and have ingeniously created a photo series that tells the age old love story between man and moon.
Since December 1st, our Advent Calender has been providing you with discounts on some of our most popular cameras. This weekend only, you can take advantage of all the previous deals one more time!
Do you like overcast weather? I prefer sunny days for going out and shooting films, however, I also do like overcast because it's the best time to shoot with redscale! I love shooting in redscale, and in this article I'll let you in on secrets for how to master shooting in redscale in overcast weather!
Give it a hand will you? Ever tried to spin your Lomography Spinner 360° manually rather than pulling the string? The effect it creates is very much like a time warp and that’s what we’re after for Race 5!
How to process color film at home, in your bathroom.
‘Ho nooo, I finished my C41 Bleach… Wait a minute… I have tons of E6 Bleach…’ Thus, a new types of color processing are born! Get to know all of them right here, right now!
This is a how to guide for anyone struggling with their CanoScans. In this Series I will discuss the 4 ways to scan 4 different types of film: Colour Negative, Slide film Cross Processed, Colour Positive film and Monochrome film. Starting with Colour Negative Film.
Before you throw away that used coffee cup in the trash bin, take a look first at the amazing art a Malaysian artist has been making with it. Find out more about the artist and his work after the jump!
Do you have some toilet paper tubes ready to be discarded? Don't throw them away yet! Take a look at some of these amazing artworks made using this unique material and be inspired!
Come with us on a journey through space and time to partake in the ultimate DIY adventure: developing your own film. In part 1 we will cover C-41 color negative and the lomo fan favorite: cross processing.
If your lab is saying something is weird, you did it right!
Ever thought of living in your own planet? It is now easier to have your own planet with the Lomography Spinner 360º and a little bit of photoshop tricks.
He really knows nothing about Lomography ever since he started to learn to take photographs with a digital camera. Not until two years ago when he discovered the art of taking the shot from the hip and the whole culture that surrounds it – he finally found home, and this is where his analogue heart resides currently and no plans of moving out, so far!
For some of us light painting could make our eyes stop blinking. Also, it can push our creative intuition to the edge. But, there are several that I would consider as mistakes when doing it. As a result, there are only tired and weird pictures, that had many annoying element on its. So based on my shots here goes things that you need to avoid while doing light painting.
Are you seeing red leaves, yellow skin, green skies, and white trees? Hey, you must be hallucinating! Or maybe not because they might just be psychedelic infrared Lomographs!
We always raise an eyebrow or shiver in disbelief whenever we hear the words "manipulated" or "enhanced", especially if it's done differently from the ways of analogue photography. But we must admit these digital advancements became indispensable, and on the contrary, can do no harm for us as our Tipster says so!