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  • Pentax MX and Earl Grey: an Explosive Couple!

    Pentax MX and Earl Grey: an Explosive Couple!

    Pentax MX is a great camera, an old splendor that does not want to be forgotten. Matched with a Lomo Earl Grey 100 ISO film and with a good old 50mm lens the result will be really impeccable!

  • Review: LC-A+ Case

    Review: LC-A+ Case

    I've always said that when you buy a camera, you should get the case. It's cheap insurance if you drop it!

  • Ilford HP5: The King of Black and White

    Ilford HP5: The King of Black and White

    When I shoot black and white, there is one film I turn to more than any other. It's a stalwart, bullet-proof film, reliable until the last. Ilford HP5 Plus.

  • The Panoramic and Subaquatic Canon Autoboy D5

    The Panoramic and Subaquatic Canon Autoboy D5

    Right before a beach trip, I found my aunt's Canon Autoboy D5 from the '90s lying around the house. I took the waterproof film camera with me to Boracay not knowing what condition it was in, but the gamble paid off as I got four rolls of great vacation photos from it! Find out why this Canon camera is an ideal travel snapper here.

  • Mastering Bokeh with the Bokeh Masters Kit

    Mastering Bokeh with the Bokeh Masters Kit

    DIY Photography recently sent us the Bokeh Masters Kit, a simple accessory which allows photographers to get creative with their bokeh photographs. Let me tell you about my first try and share with you my results in this quick review!

  • After a 110 SLR? Consider the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR

    After a 110 SLR? Consider the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR

    When people think of a 110 SLR, they think of the Pentax Auto. However you cannot deny the fun and versatility of a zoom with macro capability.

  • Getting Instant with the Polaroid 635 CL

    Getting Instant with the Polaroid 635 CL

    What to do when you are feeling impatient and simply don't want to wait for the lab to process your images? Grab yourself the marvelous Polaroid 635 CL (Close Up).

  • Ricoh Xobbox: A Completely Transparent Camera

    Ricoh Xobbox:  A Completely Transparent Camera

    The Xobbox is a limited edition version of the model LF-22 manufactured by Ricoh in 1993. It’s a point and shoot camera that's all transparent!

  • Lomography CN 400: A Versatile Gem In The Analogue World

    Lomography CN 400: A Versatile Gem In The Analogue World

    If you ever find yourself wondering what film to use next, look no further. The Lomography CN 400 has plenty to offer, and is perhaps the most reliable film to have in your pocket. Check out what this treasure has to offer!

  • Minolta Meets Orca (or My First Foray Into 110 Film)

    Minolta Meets Orca (or My First Foray Into 110 Film)

    So, I found my mom's Minolta Pocket Autopak 450E a couple of months ago, and managed to get my hands on a roll of Lomography Orca B&W 110 film. Needless to say, I was itching to shoot with it!

  • Fritz the Blitz Adapter Kit: Take Your Favorite Flash To A Whole New Level!

    Fritz the Blitz Adapter Kit: Take Your Favorite Flash To A Whole New Level!

    Have your ever wondered how to use your La Sardina Flash aka Fritz the Blitz on other cameras? Well the answer is really simple, get your hands on a Fritz the Blitz Adapter Kit ASAP!

  • Fisheye All The Way Baby

    Fisheye All The Way Baby

    In this article, I talk about my first experiences with the FishEye Baby 110 Metal. From the B&W Orca to the color goodness of Tiger, I'll give you a quick idea of my fist experiences with a Baby 110 camera with and mostly without flash.

  • Lomo Smena Symbol: A Wonderful Lens!

    Lomo Smena Symbol: A Wonderful Lens!

    This camera has a wonderful lens, I liken it to the Olympus Trip 35. How does the rest of the camera fare? Overweight tank or heavyweight contender? Find out in this review!

  • Amazing Experience with the LC-Wide Instant Kit

    Amazing Experience with the LC-Wide Instant Kit

    LC-Wide has recently had her first birthday. I bought it almost when it was released and it completely changed my shooting style; I took the Instant Bundle, because I liked very much the idea of having the capability to shoot on Instax Mini film.

  • Kodak T-Max 100: Black and White Class!

    Kodak T-Max 100: Black and White Class!

    As I said before, I am new to this, so I am playing around with as much different films as I can get my hands on. There was this fuss about Kodak T-Max a while ago, so I decided to get one and try...Have a look!

  • The Pros & Cons of C-41 Black & White Film

    The Pros & Cons of C-41 Black & White Film

    There's a reason why the best black and white films out there are meant for traditional developing. While C-41 monochrome is convenient to process, the results aren't so impressive. I shot one roll during a beach holiday and was a little put off by how washed out and grey it turned out.

  • Lomography Product Reviewpedia

    Lomography Product Reviewpedia

    From films to cameras, this list of reviews will cover anything and everything analogue photography has to offer. If you can't find a review on a product, drop us a note!

  • Lomography Colour Tiger 110 – A Quietly Strong Film For All Conditions

    Lomography Colour Tiger 110 – A Quietly Strong Film For All Conditions

    Despite its relatively low ISO of 200, Lomography Colour Tiger 110 makes for a solid all-weather companion in the right camera, producing photos with a lovely vintage feel.

  • My Diana Mini Coral Fusion, My Love!

    My Diana Mini Coral Fusion, My Love!

    My Lovely Diana Mini Coral Fusion was my first film camera!! With it's unique personality, I instantly fell in love with this coral beauty!

  • Actionsampler Flash: A Great Camera!

    Actionsampler Flash: A Great Camera!

    Like the version without flash, the Actionsampler Flash is very simple to use. Learn more about this multi-lens camera after the jump!