This tipster is simple and most probably written before but just want to share with some of you guys who left me a message about how i go about using the silhouettes for my double exposures.
Can you believe that these city silhouette photos are not multiple exposures? Beijing photographer Jasper James' technique was to superimpose the portraits with the cityscapes using light and reflected glass! See more photos below and create shots like these with the La Sardina's handy MX switch!
Recycling is always a good idea for our planet. Let's make some gifts for our friends using Instax cartridges! Learn how I did it after the jump.
If you have some film negatives in your drawer that didn't make you very happy, it's time to bring it to the light. You can create a very analogue environment with this tipster!
This is a very simple tipster that combines two of the funniest things in photography: Light Painting and Double Exposures.
Are you looking for an inspiration for a photo project? Why not play with colors? You might be amazed at the outcome of your film rolls!
Probably the main reason I love Lomography and shooting film so much is the ability to create beautiful and interesting double exposures unlike no other.
How to make beautiful borders for your Diana pictures with just a few pices of plastic, tape, and a lighter!
Do you want to shoot self-portraits with your Diana F+? But the Diana cable release is too short and longer ones are too expensive for you? No problem, you can simply make your own diy cable release. All you need is a stable tripod and a string.
Don't know how to display your favorite photos? Here's a new way to show them off around your house, office, or room! Read more after the jump.