How do you make a dull day into a bright joyful photo? Load some Provia into your chosen weapon and let loose some wild colours.
My first forays into Lomography were filled with wonder as I looked at other peoples’ bright, colourful, wildly saturated shots and I soon learned that they were the result of cross processing colour slide films in C41 chemistry. I first tried with Fuji Provia and really loved the bright colours I got.
I soon grabbed myself another 5 pack of Fuji slide film without realising I’d picked up Provia instead of Velvia. However I absolutely fell in love with the gorgeous bright tones of the cross processed Provia pics. It was my first choice of film when I went to the Perhentian Islands in Malaysia and the results definitely didn’t disappoint. This film also makes a fairly ordinary day in Wiltshire look bright and exciting.
The results always make me smile and somehow make my memories of the time that I took that photograph more vivid and fun!
Tipster of the Week: Fashion is for Fashion People They say to shoot film these days is back in fashion! So why not level up your hipness factor just by using everyone's favourite analogue muse - The Holga! And get to know how to be a fashion leader at a click of the shutter button!
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LomoGuru of the Week: faaabii Aside from his amazing analogue photography skills, our newest LomoGuru is also equipped with totally rad fingerboarding tricks. Let's get to know one of the brains behind the successful LomoWochenende 2014, our LomoGuru of the Week, Fabian Schreiter, best-known in the Community as faaabii!
Lomography Holiday Challenge 2014 The sun's already out and summer's officially in! You know what else this means? It's time for this year's Lomography Holiday Challenge at the Lomography Embassies in Portugal!
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