In this new series, we talk to film fanatics from all around the UK about their passion for film photography and the best places to shoot in their home town. Today we meet David Scard, a Broadcast Technician from London.
Looking to stir up your analogue adventures? Lomography Mixed Film Packs are available in both 35mm and 120 formats – Each pack contains a selection of the finest Lomography films to experiment with – You’ll be able to shoot stunning color negative, brooding black and white and vibrant X-Pro photos all for the price of one film pack!
Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim (UWS) was my first toy camera. It was the beginning of my love towards Lomography.
Night shots, low light, dark interiors, fast action: all things I've come to fear since I got back to analogue photography, also because I'm definitely not a flash-person and I'm not into long exposures. If you're any like me, fear no more: Fuji Superia 1600 is the way!
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.
I made this video tutorial to show how I scan cross processed film. When I first started scanning my own film it took me a long time to get results I was happy with, particularly from cross processed film. This tutorial should give you all the information you need to get good results without months of trial and error.
Agfa APX 400 is a punchy fast monochrome that gives photos a crisp style perfectly suited to Lomography. Shoot it in bright or overcast light, in your LC-A+ or 360 Spinner -- this contrasty friend doesn't disappoint. This is classic black and white at its best!
While visiting friends of my father, I stumbled upon a camera I had been looking for everywhere: the Yashica Mat 124G. Its previous owner sold it to me in near-mint condition for extremely cheap, and I already love it. Here are my first impressions.
Analogue is a full service graphic and digital design agency based in Leeds that took a very interesting approach to graphic design. This year, they added a new look to their brand identity by showing their craft in a new light: they gave graphic design an analogue look!
Up until the late 60s Lothar Wolleh was one of Germany's most successful commercial photographers. Then he gave it all up.
A powerful yet pocketable film camera for everyday use often compared to an LC-A. This camera is so small and convenient that you can carry it around almost anywhere yet produces fantastic results.