For this new series, we’ll be taking a look back at some of the best Tipster articles. We scoured our archives and found some cool double-exposure techniques that you might want to try out on your next roll of film. Read on!
Graphic designer James Coleman revisits the camera's analogue roots and reinvents the classic Kodak Brownie, giving it a whole new life and modern look. Although these are just renders, one can't help but be awed by this unique idea so we spend a few minutes with him to talk shop.
Losing inspiration and motivation to shoot in film? Try some photography projects to jolt you back to your artistic self!
So you have lots of stunning photos taken using your beautiful film cameras. What's next? Do more with your photos and get busy with some crafty projects!
I wanted to start a monthly flick book for all the best about Lomography out there! There would be themes, such as the LC-A, double exposures, panoramas, etc. I'm hoping to gather the best photos around and create an online book for you all to see and get inspiration from! This time, we featured medium format cameras!
Two twelfth graders paved their way into awesomeness by launching a Lego man into outer space and took photos of its journey using a DiY rig and a $400 budget. Let's check it out!
There are those who are born knowing what they are meant to do in their life, while others struggle to find their own path. Savita – or better known as freckleface – had it tough and have to deal with a few issues of her own, but fate has its own way and she was saved by a tiny plastic Lomographic camera.
Birthdays are really fun, especially if one of your loved ones is the one celebrating! Birthdays are double the fun if you love making special gifts! I am the person that loves making surprise gifts for my loved ones and wrapping them in a unique way! So if you want to surprise someone with your fun gift wrapping techniques, just keep on reading!
You have heard of many tipsters for your analogue camera. Here's 10 tips to improve your love relationship with analogue camera! Last Valentine's Day I presented him a Sprocket Rocket. Since then we both are shooting only with analogue cameras. We have more topics than before, we hang out more often, we saved and bought a scanner together, we try the same type of film, and so our love is getting deeper.
This article shows how to make a simple DIY splitzer for your Diana Mini using only a cap from an old medicine or vitamin bottle.
Don't lose your precious gels ever again... It's sooooo simple!
Tired of boring photos? Grab some saran wrap from your kitchen cabinet and mask it! Read more after the jump!