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  • A Little Taste of the Countryside Part II: Cameron Highlands Locations

    A Little Taste of the Countryside Part II: Cameron Highlands

    Cameron Highlands is a little hilly paradise full of hidden surprises and breathtaking scenery. While in Cameron Highlands, you should visit the Time Tunnel Museum, the first memorabilia museum in Malaysia. It was opened by See Kok Shan, an avid collector of knick-knacks and memorabilia.

  • Craft Crazy: 5 Nifty DIY Tipsters for You to Try Tipster

    Craft Crazy: 5 Nifty DIY Tipsters for You to Try

    Are you in the mood to try something crafty and creative? Why don't you try your hands on some interesting DIY projects, whether for something to jazz up your camera, make your photos more interesting, or simply do more with the materials around you!

  • La Cigale: French Themed Market and Cafe Locations

    La Cigale: French Themed Market and Cafe

    In the unlikeliest of places, hidden away from the bustle of Auckland Central, is a place where foodies can do anything from enjoying a relaxing coffee and French pastry to doing their weekly food shop.

  • Actionsampler Flash: A Great Camera! Reviews

    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!

  • Buda + Pest = Budapest Locations

    Buda + Pest = Budapest

    The capital of Hungary is the right destination during the European summer or winter! Learn more about it after the jump...

  • iPhone Glass Back Becomes Wet Collodion Photo Plate News

    iPhone Glass Back Becomes Wet Collodion Photo Plate

    Old meets new yet again in this successful science-cum-art project by self-professed photo nerd Jake Potts of Bruton Stroube Studios. He was able to create a unique iPhone design by developing its glass back cover via the wet collodion process! How geeky cool is that?

  • Ilford FP4+ 120: Classical Charm from a Black and White Wonder Reviews

    Ilford FP4+ 120: Classical Charm from a Black and White Wonder

    Ilford FP4+ is a medium speed, traditional black and white film, which is rapidly becoming one of my favourites. Great contrast and tonality make this classic film my first choice when there is good light available.

  • Craft Crazy: Dress Up Your Camera! Tipster

    Craft Crazy: Dress Up Your Camera!

    It can often be difficult to protect your camera from being scratched or damaged while it's in a bag or hanging around your wrist, so here's a simple and cute way to give your camera a bit of protection. It's a fun project to do with any fabric that you may have.

  • Halki: The Perfect Small-Island Getaway from the Digital Grind Locations

    Halki: The Perfect Small-Island Getaway from the Digital Grind

    When the nearest city is a one-hour ferry ride away, you know you’ve escaped! The wonderful island of Halki, Greece, is the perfect sun-soaked getaway from all the hustle and bustle of modern life.

  • Lomography CN 400 ASA 35mm: No Flash? No Problem! Reviews

    Lomography CN 400 ASA 35mm: No Flash? No Problem!

    I've been using Lomography CN 400 film most of the time for my spinner shots, but out of a happy accident I discovered this nice film also comes in handy when shooting a rock concert indoors on low light situations.

  • Mind-Blowing Light Painting Mosaics By Brian Matthew Hart Analogue Lifestyle

    Mind-Blowing Light Painting Mosaics By Brian Matthew Hart

    If you're one of those who have tried and succeeded in taking beautiful light paintings, wait until you see the amazing work of a master light painter who made mosaics out of his photos! Learn more about it after the jump!

  • A Letter to My Canon EOS 88 Reviews

    A Letter to My Canon EOS 88

    I wanted a different approach on writing a review, so instead of the typical article, I wrote a letter for my Canon EOS 88.

  • DIY Camera Case for the Diana Mini Tipster

    DIY Camera Case for the Diana Mini

    Right now I'm just in craft fever making camera bags. As always, I'm afraid for my beauties in my big pockets, that's perfectly. This time it's about a bag for the Diana Mini.

  • Lomography Colour Negative 400: Countless Facets with Only One Film! Reviews

    Lomography Colour Negative 400: Countless Facets with Only One Film!

    Who said that colour negative film can't give colours as bright as slide films? Lomography Colour Negative 400 proves you were totally wrong!

  • Ian Ruhter and His Camera Truck Analogue Lifestyle

    Ian Ruhter and His Camera Truck

    If you haven't seen his stunning wet plate images, you are in for a treat. If you have, you know what we are talking about. Ian Ruhter, his truck and the people who have posed for him and helped him create stunning photographs are making a splash online and in print. We interviewed Ian about his current and upcoming projects, take a look at what he had to say.

  • Photographing Animals is Hard to Resist Tipster

    Photographing Animals is Hard to Resist

    I know everyone has a soft spots for the furrier species, and there's something about taking pictures of them that's so dang hard not to do. This is a tipster telling you how I go about trying to capture them and my favorite places to go to see them.

  • Dazzling Doubles: Is the Splitzer Cheating? Tipster

    Dazzling Doubles: Is the Splitzer Cheating?

    There are some truly stunning double exposures showcased within the Lomography community, but I have always been too nervous to double up my pictures so boldly! However, accidental doubles always make me laugh, and sometimes make for great photos. Since I started experimenting with the Splitzer, a whole new realm of possibility has been revealed!

  • How To Make a 6 Month Pinhole Camera By Justin Quinnell Analogue Lifestyle

    How To Make a 6 Month Pinhole Camera By Justin Quinnell

    Justin Quinnell is one of the modern masters of Pinhole Photography. He has experimented with long exposure pinhole photos - as long as six months! We have featured him in the Magazine a couple of years back, and now we would like to re-introduce him to the community!

  • Ilford FP4+ 120: An Awesome Medium Speed Monochrome Film! Reviews

    Ilford FP4+ 120: An Awesome Medium Speed Monochrome Film!

    The Ilford FP4+ is a classic medium speed monochrome film with a nominal ISO speed of 125. It is very sharp and produces images that blow your mind!

  • Rule #1: Take Your Camera Everywhere You Go Analogue Lifestyle

    Rule #1: Take Your Camera Everywhere You Go

    I am usually the last person to remember to throw a camera in the bag before I leave home. But now that I have joined the Lomo movement, I have the 10 Golden Rules to follow. I am making myself familiar with each one of the rules by acknowledging each rule with photos!