On Thursday March 24th we held a special Online/Offline Blue Hour at the Gramercy Gallery Store in NYC.
We invited our most active online users in the NYC area to meet up face to face and enjoy analog tunes, blue cocktails and Brooklyn brews. We also had a nice showing from the meetup.com Lomography group! Those who attended received 5 piggies and a special gift, those who wore something blue got a free roll of film! Check out these photos for proof of a good time!
The Blue Hour happens every Thursday at all Lomography Gallery Stores. With free drinks, music and a relaxed atmosphere, good times are guaranteed! Please join us in building the Lomography community!
Lomography's Blue Hour - Online/Offline If you’re seeing this we know you are already active in our online community, but did you know that we have a very vibrant “IRL” scene in NYC as well? Take this special opportunity to make some new lomo amigos and enjoy free drinks, snacks and analog music in the stylish atmosphere of our Gramercy Gallery Store!
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Use Two 110 Films on a 35mm Camera for Crazy Awesome Shots So there are a lot of tipsters and hacks on the web for using 35mm film on different format cameras, so I went and tried using 110 on a 35mm camera, and this is pretty much what I got on my first try. It’s a bit of a process, but it’s also lots of fun, then again, what in Lomography isn't?
Camera Modification: Turn your LC-A+ into a Rainbow Camera! Personally I am a huge fan of redscaling. It allows you to get some color in your photos, even on the grayest of days. But what if you just want to add the redscale effect to just some of your photos rather than shooting an entire roll this way? Easy enough: use a red filter! And while you're at it, why not throw in some other colors as well?! Read on to find out how you can turn your LC-A+ in to a rainbow camera!
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