Could the 15 millionth liked lomograph be yours? Or could you perhaps, be the lucky liker instead? Well it’s time to stop holding your breath and find out. Just read on after the jump, today might be your lucky day!
In this article from Instructables, we'll learn how to make our own leather camera strap for the Lubitel. If you want a long-lasting strap that will hold your Lubitel when you go an analogue adventure, read this article from gmjhowe.
Dutch filmmaker Frans Hofmeester has committed to shooting weekly clips of his kids since their birth. His son Vince is now 9 and his daughter Lotte recently turned 12. All the shots have been put together in these sweet time-lapse videos that make us think about how quickly time flies!
Keep a food diary in analogue and let the simplest meals become the best memories.
Sometimes we use a regular film, take some good shots and finally after developing the results are not what we wanted, some color and magic is missing. Here's a simple way to add more color to your pictures by following 3 steps.
The people from the labs are our friends, but we all like to doubles, whether made with us or with someone halfway across the world, but what to do when the film gets inside the canister.
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.
Good negatives make good prints. Bad negatives make prints that are too dark or are all blown out. This tipster is all about getting the balance right.
When I was travelling, I tried to compare the photos taken by a digital camera and an original film camera, specifically an LC-A+. Why don't we play a little game by guessing which photos were taken by which camera? It's a face-off between the old and new!
Read about the thoughts of a thirty-something engineer based in Tokyo on the correlation of age, Lomography, and the realization of doing something you love other than a 12 hours a day job.
We all know that strangers act differently when they know they're being photographed. A lot of people are shy and cover their faces while others give strange looks. But that shouldn't deter you from photographing strangers. If we only took portrait photos of people we knew, we'd be missing out on a ton of opportunities for great portrait shots.