Most of us Lomographers tend to stack up empty film boxes everywhere, wishing to recycle them in a clever way. Here's just one of the many cool things you can do with them - pinhole cameras! Check out this easy tutorial on how to build your own 35mm pinhole camera with just a few basic things you can easily find at home!
Have you ever wondered why the sky sometimes is blue, sometimes green, sometimes red or orange? I love taking pictures of the sky; how about you?
This is a super duper simple and awesome technique to have a sprocket holes on any 35mm camera.Everyone should try it,since the tools needed is common things that we have in our house.
So, within a matter of months I've managed to gather a few cameras and film (both used and unused). The initial 'I'll just put it on a shelf' and 'throw it in a basket' just doesn't cut it anymore! It's everywhere and not in any order. Then one day I found the perfect solution.
Everyone knows that multiple exposure is when two or more individual exposures are made to create a single photograph.But sometimes when you have only 5 or 6 shots, multiple exposure becomes your best friend!
It's another month and Lomographic luminary mephisto19 has another rumble he cooked up for the rest of the community. Be careful not to burn yourself though, as this one is scorching!
My dear friend Carling is a dancer and she got me introduced to Fernando. So I shot in his show, backstage and I could have asked for nothing more.
The wonderful outcome of the experiment I did for the Thailand-Spain film swap.
A super duper cheap way to alter your photos, color-wise!
Who’d have thought a pair of roller skates favourite partner would be the coloursplash camera? Well, they sure did!