Have you already seen a mysterious looking photo that features a transparent subject? Well, it's one of the multiple exposure techniques and is actually simple to do.
Want to delve into the awesome world of wet plate collodion but don't have a camera for it yet? If you have a medium format camera with an instant back, then that's all you need!
Do you think you've tried everything with your Lomo LC-Wide? Well, we have a checklist for you after the jump, so read on to see if you've experienced all the wonders the Lomo LC-Wide is capable of!
Giving your kids educational toys to play with need not be an expensive endeavor. For instance, you can use old film canisters as DIY Montessori Sound Boxes!
Regarded by many camera experts and enthusiasts as the 35mm version of the equally popular Olympus Pen camera, the Olympus Trip 35 remains a collectible and iconic compact camera for the high quality photos that it can take. Find out more about this analogue favorite in this installment of Lomopedia!
After a brief hiatus, I'm back with yet another pinhole tutorial. This time I'll show you how I created my first stereoscopic (that's 3D to most people) pinhole camera. Read how after the jump!
Tired of the same old story? Static pictures, motionless? This is the tip for you: find out how to add motion to your pictures.
In honor of the latest analogue wonder to join the fantastic Lomography lineup, the Lomokino, we pay tribute to Eadweard Muybridge, a very important figure in the history of cinema.