When the number of pictures with tags like #legs, feet, foot, and toes slowly reaches eternity, we'll talk about taking photos of some other parts of your body. Right now, we'll see how cool it might be to shoot both of your own hands by yourself!
There are some truly stunning double exposures showcased within the Lomography community, but I have always been too nervous to double up my pictures so boldly! However, accidental doubles always make me laugh, and sometimes make for great photos. Since I started experimenting with the Splitzer, a whole new realm of possibility has been revealed!
I know everyone has a soft spots for the furrier species, and there's something about taking pictures of them that's so dang hard not to do. This is a tipster telling you how I go about trying to capture them and my favorite places to go to see them.
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.
Need a place to store your beloved, scanned lomographs? Here's a creative way to spice up your memory drive with some analogue love! Read more about how to make your own after the jump.
Multiple exposures are a perfect way how to experiment, be creative and sometimes even make your time you spend with your camera more interesting and adventurous. And because it’s a season when you may find flowers everywhere, let’s have some double-flower-fun!
Du magst noch buntere Fotos? Schnapp dir eine Schere, etwas Tesafilm, buntes Zellophan, natürlich deine Kamera und das Basteln kann losgehen!
Wil je foto's die nog kleurrijker zijn? Pak een schaar, wat tape, kleurig cellofaan en natuurlijk je camera - tijd om te knutselen!
Would you also like photos with amazing red, green, blue and yellow shades? You can easily make ones to put behind and in front of your lens on your own!
Want even more colorful photos? Grab a pair of scissors, some sticky tape, colorful cellophane, and of course your camera, and let's get crafting!
I have always wanted to try Revolog Kolor Film, but for the mean time, I tried out a DIY substite.
Very recently, I came up with a basic survival kit for every Lomographer, containing some everyday and easy to find items. Admittedly, I missed out some neat additions, so a part 2 was in order! Read on to see if you need to include these items to your Survival Kit!
in this article i will show you how to make 35mm film became and fit to 120mm film. this is my first time doing this and the result going well. im using Holga WPC for this experiment which is this is a pinhole camera
Tired of the same old colors you're getting with plain flash photography? Want your ultra-wide La Sardina shots to pop with color? Grab your Fritz the Blitz and meet me after the jump!
Doubles, collaborations, MX shots. These are among of the famous features about Lomography. Lomography cameras such as LC-A+, LC-Wide, Fisheye, La Sardina, Fisheye 2, and many more are one of the few cameras which has the ability to shoot multiple exposures. Sometimes MX shots are nice and sometimes it is not. So in this article, I would like to show everyone a simple way to shoot well-exposed MX shots!
Whether you love shooting and experimenting with color negatives or slide films, you must always take advantage of the hues you can get from each roll of film. We're all about colorplay this month, so I'm sharing with everyone how I make the most out of my color films!
Once spring begins, the sun shines and the flowers start blooming, so we have to make use of this! Take all your films then shoot flowers; Once you are done, shoot another layer with something totally different! Take a look at the results you can get with this film after the jump!
What is Lomography to me? LIVING A HAPPY, COLORFUL LIFE! I just can't imagine we humans living without these bright lively colors around us. To document and enjoy every moments, I always put my trust in my cameras. That's why I always bring at least one camera everywhere I go because you never know what will happen. Let loose and play with colors around you. Now, it's time to play colors with adi_totp!
Making your friends and family burn up is easier and safer than you think.
Sometimes we use a regular film, take some good shots and finally after developing the results are not what we wanted, some color and magic is missing. Here's a simple way to add more color to your pictures by following 3 steps.
If you get frustrated when taking photographs of people, then help is at hand -- human beings are one of the most photographed subjects in the history of photography!
Just because we lomographers are carefree snapshooters doesn't mean we don't need some essential tools and supplies when we're out in the field. Let me share with you some of the basic stuff you can easily find and put together to create a Survival Kit!
Have you been maximizing the use of your Diana F+ camera? Here are some tips and tricks to help you achieve various results.