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  • Three Nights in New York City Locations

    Three Nights in New York City

    Here are a few spots in New York City that the average tourist (I) shouldn’t (didn’t) miss.

  • Multiple Exposures with Fisheye No. 2! Reviews

    Multiple Exposures with Fisheye No. 2!

    Everyone knows that multiple exposure is when two or more individual exposures are made to create a single photograph.But sometimes when you have only 5 or 6 shots, multiple exposure becomes your best friend!

  • Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide Angle Lens Reviews

    Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide Angle Lens

    The Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide Lens is how I see the world! Everyone has their perfect focal length -- you know, that camera vision that matches your own? Well 38mm on the Diana+ is mine.

  • Mary's Photo Diary: My Whole Life Is a Darkroom Analogue Lifestyle

    Mary's Photo Diary: My Whole Life Is a Darkroom

    Like Lydia Deets from the Burton flick, Beetlejuice, Mary Robinson's life can be likened to a darkroom. Read on to see how Mary combines art and photography to yield such stunning film photographs.

  • Make Your Pictures Roll! Tipster

    Make Your Pictures Roll!

    Fisheye Camera / Lens + Fisheye Circle Cutter = Circular Photos!

  • Warhol, the Missing Portrait, and the Polaroid Analogue Lifestyle

    Warhol, the Missing Portrait, and the Polaroid

    It’s probably a well known fact that Andy Warhol and his Polaroid cameras got along really well. Images of Warhol with his instant companions are not too rare and this certainly comes as no surprise from the king of consumerism and instant gratification himself.

  • Kodak Elitechrome ED (35mm, 200 ISO) Reviews

    Kodak Elitechrome ED (35mm, 200 ISO)

    The Kodak Elite Chrome ED is my absolute favorite film. It has incredible contrasts and delicious colors.

  • A Pinhole Exposure Guide Neck Strap Tipster

    A Pinhole Exposure Guide Neck Strap

    I don't know about you, but I never seem to remember all the little things that are needed for each camera. Thankfully, my Diana Multi Pinhole Operator came with a handy little Exposure Guide, but I couldn't seem to fit it into the camera so I would always have it with me. I used Photoshop, cut and pasted a few things, and viola! A neck strap equipped with an exposure guide.

  • Hamburg Harbour Locations

    Hamburg Harbour

    The Harbour/Port of Hamburg - a photo opportunity not to be missed!

  • THE LOMOLUCK Fifth Issue: The La Sardina Reviews

    THE LOMOLUCK Fifth Issue: The La Sardina

    The Lomoluck showed up again! It couldn't resist the last launch of Lomography: The La Sardina.

  • It's Brilliant--Diana Instant Back+ Will Never Make You Regret Reviews

    It's Brilliant--Diana Instant Back+ Will Never Make You Regret

    Just a word for this brilliant accessory for Diana+/Diana F+: SUPERB. Just imagine a wonderful moment that not only you can capture but you can share it instantly.

  • Do Doubles on Different Sides of Your Film! Tipster

    Do Doubles on Different Sides of Your Film!

    When you flip your film and shoot on the back side of it, you get the lovely redscale. But sometimes I do miss the blue colour from the film when I do that. Why not shoot on both sides then!

  • Easy and Fast SPLITZ with Your Fingers Tipster

    Easy and Fast SPLITZ with Your Fingers

    Have forgotten your LC-A splitzer or can't find it once again? Or do you just have to be fast, with no time to mount and set your splitzer? That's not a problem. You don't need the splitzer all the time to do the splitz. You can use your finger!

  • My Street Shooting Tips Tipster

    My Street Shooting Tips

    Although I am not particularly good at street photography, I would like to share some tips that had worked for me. I hope that my tips will be of use to you. Do drop me a note if they work!

  • Mary Ellen Mark: Circuses and Prostitutes Analogue Lifestyle

    Mary Ellen Mark: Circuses and Prostitutes

    Whether prostitutes in Bombay, homeless teenagers in Seattle or circus performers in Vietnam, Mary Ellen Mark’s (b.1940) images have excelled at recording the lives of people on the margins of society in a dramatic and visually compelling way. Mark's images resonate with emotional and psychological force. They are rooted in reality, and many of them record the faces behind social issues.

  • Instant Photography: Then and Now News

    Instant Photography: Then and Now

    Santa Fe, 1943. A 3-year-old little girl asked her Dad why she couldn't see the photograph that he had just taken of her. The Dad was challenged by this question - and within an hour he had cooked up an idea and scurried to a friend's house to discuss the possibility of a camera that would spit out the picture after exposure.

  • Elle Fanning at Chanel with Her Diana Mini! News

    Elle Fanning at Chanel with Her Diana Mini!

    The masses gathered in style for a week of high fashion and fantasy as the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week came into full force. The Chanel show especially sparkled, and it wasn't just the floors and seats covered in black glitter, but also the star-studded crowd including Elle Fanning, who was sporting our beloved Diana Mini.

  • DearPhotograph: Photographs Are Like Memories Analogue Lifestyle

    DearPhotograph: Photographs Are Like Memories

    What you see is never quite what was actually there. Colors and contracts are false, light leaks erase parts of the scene. With time, photos - just like memories - can fade completely.

  • A Chance Encounter With LomoAmigo Neil Gaiman News

    A Chance Encounter With LomoAmigo Neil Gaiman

    Through a series of lucky events, I had the pleasure to meet and photograph the one and only Mr. Neil Gaiman.

  • I Do (Shoot Weddings in Lomo)! Analogue Lifestyle

    I Do (Shoot Weddings in Lomo)!

    It is one of my frustrations that our wedding was not covered by fellow lomographers; and so, I am compensating.