Here's a little history behind the new Konstruktor camera! Rooted in concepts like cubism, modernism, and futurism, Constructivist architecture was the Soviet Union's way to use art for a social purpose, heading towards the newly emerging Russia.
Since I started pin-holing the world, I have had the strong desire to make a special camera, with the purpose of shooting just one photograph. The purpose was to sacrifice the camera in the process of photo creation – I wanted the camera to become the photograph. To let you understand, the process from the camera to the photograph is the same that ties the baby bird to the egg: the bird grows protected from the shell and when it's ready breaks it and comes out. This is why I decided to create the Pinhegg – An Egg Pinhole Camera.
Once you have a BIG negative, what can you do with it? Why, make an equally huge print from it, of course! Following up on an earlier article for making B-I-G negatives, this article shows you how to make enormous prints. And, again, all of this magic is sans darkroom.
Maybe surrealism runs in the blood of the Spanish? Reminding us of Salvador Dali's work, these optical illusions by Chema Madoz on black and white film were created without post-processed manipulation. His careful composition of everyday items into symbolic objets d'art is guaranteed to make you stop and stare.
If you or one of your friends have a wedding coming up, here's a fun way to proudly show your Lomographic love to all of your guests!
Tips on getting the most out of very badly exposed images using a scanner.
If you love taking photos using available light and hate enabling flash, then the Fuji Natura Classica is the perfect camera for you. With its sought-after NP (Natural Photo) mode, you'll be able to capture true-to-life colors and minimal grain using high-speed 35mm films even in low-light situations!
You know how sometimes, you look at those photos that only take up part of the frame and wish you could do something with the wasted bits? Mother nature can help you with that!
Can be found easily, compact, easy to load, automatic or manual override, and equipped with fast and sharp lens make it one of the best and affordable rangefinder camera ever made. Some people call it poor man's Leica.
Dress up your La Sardina DIY camera to look as if it has not been covered at all! A step-by-step guide to creating a see-through optical illusion for your do-it-yourself sardine cam.
13 years ago, Jeff Harris made a New Year's resolution - that is to take a picture of himself each day. And 13 years and 4,748 self-portraits later, has done an amazing and inspiring work. Let's check it out.
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.
Candice O'Donnell's images are like a ray of sunshine with a balmy breeze. After two years we caught up with Candice and got a peek at her latest analogue shots. Want to know what she's been up to, read on below.
Pinhole photographer Thomas Hudson Reeve has come up with an interesting concept for shooting: he doesn't use a camera and he doesn't even use film! Instead, he uses Papercams, pinhole cameras made entirely out of photo paper! Check out the awesome results below.
If you want to go back to the roots of photography, one thing you can do is play with a pinhole camera. By using a pinhole camera, you can learn or go back to the basics of photography while having a lot of fun. Here are some tips that might help you.
For students, finals are coming up around the corner--that means cramming, studying, staying up late, and reviewing old papers. And for the others of you who work also, keep yourself organized with this month's lomo-tastic folder!
Christmas is a good opportunity to take some bokehs, since there are plenty of lights to take pictures of. Here is a simple way to generate gorgeous light bokehs, using your Lomo LC-A+.
Here's a fun idea for easy bokeh! Dust off that hat and take it out for a lomowalk.
What you need to look for when you buy a used camera.