So many cameras, so much film--how do you pick your favorite? When picking favorites, I must choose the trusty combination that ensures beautiful, wonderful photos, any time, any place: The Lomo LC-A+ and Lomography X-Pro Chrome. I must plead: please Lomography, bring back this film!
Indie band ‘Little Joy’ shot one of their music videos with a vintage video camera. Find out more about the band and the video after the break.
After purchasing my first ever film scanner, the Epson Perfection V500, I was stoked to finally be more "hands-on" with my Lomography experience. But alas, something that should be as simple as pressing a button has caused me more stress than ever! After researching and testing, I've figured out 6 different ways to configure your x-pro scans -- read on to join the conversation.
The Pop9 is an excellent way to create a solid background for double exposed film. Since the Pop9 produces 9 identical images the backdrop for each picture is consistent throughout the entire 35mm frame, which allows the reloaded film to focus on a particular subject.
In this tipster, I want to give lomographers a tip for shooting beautiful and lovely backlight photos. Isn't it great to have nice blue colour on the sky and those high contrasting colours of the subject you are shooting? I personally love it. There is a simple way to get these kinds of lovely shots which I found out around two years back.
In the times of the all-encompassing digital medium, as a working graphic designer in today’s world, it is very refreshing to find such handmade beauty. Especially when they feature such analogue delights, and bring forward so many fond memories. Come and meet the Zim & Zou ‘Back to Basics’ art project.