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  • Angular Momentum- Shoot with the Sprocket Rocket

    Angular Momentum- Shoot with the Sprocket Rocket

    The camera itself looks very retro, it reminds me of some old vintage cameras, but the inner life of the camera is equipped with the finest lomographic details. After I tested the new sprocket rocket camera for a long time, I can only say that it is ready now for a trip to outerspace – to the sprocket universe.

  • My new Sprocket Rocket camera

    My new Sprocket Rocket camera

    The new Sprocket Rocket is going to get all Lomographers and analogue photographers to start talking. After testing it, I am absolutely convinced that the future is analogue. Long life to the Sprocket Rocket!

  • Lomography Diana Mini - The Surprise of Shooting Forever (staff review)

    Lomography Diana Mini - The Surprise of Shooting Forever (staff review)

    The Diana Mini exemplifies the famous "Don't Think Just Shoot" motto. It literally can shoot forever on a roll of 35mm that produces twice more photos (72 photos) than normal format. It totally fits into my environmentally concerned mind that I can shoot at ease without worrying of wasting film...

  • Lomo LC-A+ vs. Olympus XA - A Lomographic Perspective

    Lomo LC-A+ vs. Olympus XA - A Lomographic Perspective

    I compare and contrast these two famed cameras from a Lomographic perspective. Thinking about which camera is best for following the Ten Golden Rules helps us see things in a different way.

  • Canon EOS A2

    Canon EOS A2

    A Canon 35mm SLR from the early 90's has quickly become my go-to camera.

  • Diana Mini, Flash, Square Format, Black and White and in your face!

    Diana Mini, Flash, Square Format, Black and White and in your face!

    I needed a camera on a night out and decided to be extremely shallow and go for looks. Diana mini white with a white flash would suit my style for the evening. Black and white film would give me an edge but I never expected the results to be this good!

  • Lomo Electra 112, a Russian Version of Yashica Electro 35 GSN.

    Lomo Electra 112, a Russian Version of Yashica Electro 35 GSN.

    If you are owner of Yashica electro 35 GSN camera, then you should take a closer look at Lomo electra 112. Is it just for me, or these both cameras really look like sisters? Well lets find out what kind of likeness and differences they have.

  • Lomography Redscale XR - Not the Typical Redscale. Better!!!

    Lomography Redscale XR - Not the Typical Redscale. Better!!!

    The first Redscale film I ever tried never convinced me, in fact I didn't like it. So when I heard the news about the new Lomography Redscale XR film I wasn't that excited. Still, I bought a pack to try to prove myself wrong, ending loving the results and opening the door to a new range of possibilities and a whole lot of fun!!!

  • The Diana Multi Pinhole Operator – One Pinhole is Not Enough

    The Diana Multi Pinhole Operator – One Pinhole is Not Enough

    My yellow plastic friend

  • Diana Instant Back + Fuji Film: Analogue To Go!!

    Diana Instant Back + Fuji Film: Analogue To Go!!

    The Diana Instant Back + Fuji Instax Mini Film = Fun On The Run in Sin City!!!

  • Colorsplash Flash: Put Some Chakras Into Your Shots

    Colorsplash Flash: Put Some Chakras Into Your Shots

    Natural tones can be boring, so put some fun dyes and lighting effects into your shots using the Colorsplash Flash Chakra Edition. It is a lightweight, reliable, inexpensive flash perfect for messing around with!

  • Lomography Redscale XR - I like!

    Lomography Redscale XR - I like!

    What a film! I have to confess that I never was a big fan of redscales...Yeah, of course, sometimes there have been some really cool results which delighted me but mainly I wasn`t fascinated by film switching.

  • Olympus Trip 35 : The Most Classic and Trusty Camera

    Olympus Trip 35 : The Most Classic and Trusty Camera

    Almost fully automatic classic camera that can stun your brain with its sharp pictures. With it you can take very well exposed snaps and can manage with a fixed focus lens as well.

  • Smena 19. Less Common Version of a Popular Camera

    Smena 19. Less Common Version of a Popular Camera

    I feel sweet appreciations for this camera though I don't use it too much nowadays. It was a kind of pass to photography universe and first camera in my life

  • Lucky Charm Enchanting Your Eyes

    Lucky Charm Enchanting Your Eyes

    Lucky Charm 200 ISO enchanting your eyes with a natural gradation colors of the scenery! This color film, made by the Chinese brand Lucky Co., from Baoding City, in Hebei Province, is one of their best quality films. It is quite rare in some part of China, like Yunnan, but in other areas is very popular.

  • Chaika-3 - Half Frame for the Space Age

    Chaika-3 - Half Frame for the Space Age

    The Chaika-3 is a cleverly designed half-frame camera from the era of race for outer space. It has enough enough tricks (and traps) to keep you entertained for a while.

  • DIY Redscale with Kodak Color Plus 200

    DIY Redscale with Kodak Color Plus 200

    I was thinking that should I buy some redscale film or should I try it for myself? And the answer was simple. Do it yourself!! 

  • Lomography 120 X-Pro Slide : From Package to the Last Sticker

    Lomography 120 X-Pro Slide : From Package to the Last Sticker

    My first time... with a slide film. I remember it was a Lomography X-Pro Slide 200. I just had to put it inside my Diana and it was alright, maybe too easy. I took a few shots and tried some double exposure... Just the time to say a word and the roll was out.

  • The Plastic Dialogues

    The Plastic Dialogues

    This is a friendly battle between Diana F + and Holga. See who the winner is!

  • Velvia Goodness!

    Velvia Goodness!

    I have been a fan of this film. 50 iso has never been this good for cross-processing. Since last year, I have been looking forward to use up a Fuji Velvia 50 iso, but can never found one. Some say this film is rare to its rarest. Until one day, a friend of mine has a brick of this, so I consumed 2-3 rolls of film from him.