Tipster of the Week: Four Times the Colour

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Still on topic of using plastic filters and how it can enrich one's view on Lomographic colours, Dogma thought of something that will make you pull that Supersampler's ripcord more frequently and will give your shots some extra special look. Know more about it at this week's Tipster!

Stained Glass Pictures with the Supersampler by dogma

Well boys and girls here is a nice tip on how to put a nice stained glass effect pictures with your multi lens queen, the Supersampler. For this trick you will need to sacrifice some of your Lomographic stuff, but I can promise that you will love the result!

So for this trick you will need a scissor, duct tape or super glue, 4 different Colorsplash Flash gel filters and of course your Supersampler! First off, you need to use to cut about 9.25mmx24mm dimensions from the filters of the colorsplash. Then use super glue to connect all four filters together. Don’t smear the glue between the filters too much and also be careful and try not to spill it all over it or else it will create that fuzzy effect between each frame of your Supersampler pics. Finally use a duct tape to attach your mask to inside the camera and you’re done!

What’s left for you to do is load your film and run outside and shoot-shoot-shoot-shoot! Just don’t forget, because of colour filters you need more light for exposure than the usual, so use a higher ISO film and shoot in a bright sun.

Good luck!

written by dogma on 2009-08-24 in #gear #tipster #tipster-of-the-week #colors #supersampler #mask #modifications #tips #stained-glass

20 Comments

  1. myvitaminx
    myvitaminx ·

    already done it.lame tipster.thanks for nothing.

  2. krixers
    krixers ·

    way to be negative. i've never done this, can't wait to try!

  3. ivoryocean
    ivoryocean ·

    Cool idea, I'll definitely try this!

  4. kdstevens
    kdstevens ·

    Okay, so I guess we ALL have to check with myvitaminx before posting a tip to see if he's already done it or not. Hey, I was thinking of submitting a tip about converting a Holga to a zone plate camera. Is that alright with you, myvitaminx, or have you already done that, too?

  5. kdstevens
    kdstevens ·

    Well done. I like the fuzzy edges from the glue. I might even go so far as to run a bead of glue around the outside edges, also.

  6. jblaze823
    jblaze823 ·

    Awesome!!! That is so cool. Great work!!!

  7. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    love the 2nd shot!

  8. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Great tipster!!

  9. -kosmonavt-
    -kosmonavt- ·

    great tipp! awesome album

  10. sugiyamasatomi
    sugiyamasatomi ·

    I really love the pictures! amazing!!!

  11. disdis
    disdis ·

    nice tipster!

  12. dogma
    dogma ·

    Thanks guys! I'm glad you like it!
    @myvitaminx you're welcome
    @kdstevens :)))) LOL :))))

  13. luobodingr
    luobodingr ·

    I want to see an Andy Warhol style portrait with this modification!

  14. anarchy
    anarchy ·

    YEAH!! Good job, Dogma =) I love the glue effect, that shit looks awesome!!

  15. peterhoneyman
    peterhoneyman ·

    coolio! can't wait to try it!

  16. stouf
    stouf ·

    Very cool tip !!!

  17. eva_eva
    eva_eva ·

    great tipster!

  18. zulaikha-zulkifli
    zulaikha-zulkifli ·

    Thanks for the tipster! What ISO film do you used for this? Because I've tried but nothing came out after I develop. Maybe the sun wasn't bright enough and the film ISO was low. Can't wait to try it again though. =))

  19. sarah-addison-dobard
    sarah-addison-dobard ·

    I wonder if there is an alternative to using up flash gels. I saw someone once used a marker to color clear tape; have no idea how that turned out.

  20. iamtheju
    iamtheju ·

    Yeah, this is great but I don't want to use up gels. Someone let me know if pens on plastics work. lol

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