One of the things that we look forward to when shooting with film is the result. Seeing the photos is always a surprise as we never know what exactly we're going to get. Here are some tips that you could use to hack your next roll of film.
Getting blurry shots when you shoot inside? Night shots all browny looking or washed out? Got no detail in clouds or snow or on beaches? Get the right film for the job.
If you're in for more experiments and wanting to do something with your rolls of film a bit differently other than baking it, cutting it into pieces and even fermenting it; how about cross processing? I know, this is much common now in Lomography next to cheddar cheese, but there is a scientific way of doing it! And all you need to know about it is here, courtesy of our Tipster of the week!
You asked for it, you got it — welcome to Lomography.com’s Great Big Film Bible: Colour Reversal/Slide Film Edition! In coming days we’ll be rolling out summaries about all the slide films we could get our hands on, describing their characteristics and illustrating it all with excellent examples pulled from the Lomo community. But before we dive into the dizzying kaleidoscope of films, we thought we’d lay out how it all works.
As part of our tireless quest to bring you the most complete analogue film information on the planet, we present Part 2 of the Great Big Lomography Film Bible: Colour Reversal/Slide Film Edition. Today, it’s all about Agfa!
C-41 cross processing and E-6 processing showed me the vastly different characteristics of this film. Although I don't know this film very well, I find that I can "see" more if I listened to my heart.
I do not know if this is a unique idea; if it is, then I am taking my claim to immortality. Introducing, the "Principle of Light Penetrability" by Rene M. Nob.
Redscale is the most simple experiment a lomographer can undertake (before you hit the dishwasher). But what does extended range mean and how can you use it?
A review of the most dazzling, must-try chemical tipsters ever written! Enough to satisfy even the most insatiable set of die hard DIY hands.
Read about my Love at First Lomo Story: A Road Trip to Remember--or how the Fisheye and Diana Mini cameras popped my Lomo cherry.
Decoupage is a type of art wherein paper and glue is used to create colorful images. Take your LC-Wide photos to the next level using the classic art of decoupage for in-camera collages!
Falling in love with La Sardina is kind of a bad romance; you hate it for some things on one hand, but on the other hand, you can’t help loving it more and more because of its unique charm! Please read on…
Here I will demonstrate how to do endless panoramas with the La Sardina. It's not as straight-forward as you'd think. More after the break.