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  • A Shaky Start with the Lomo LC-A+

    A Shaky Start with the Lomo LC-A+
    Ever since I started shooting analogue and joined this wonderful community, there was one camera in particular that caught my eye, the Lomo LC-A+. And as I’ve noticed, it has caught many an eye, because it’s a much-used and much-loved camera. So I decided to order one and see for myself what all the fuss was about.
  • 10 Vintage Christmas Commercials

    10 Vintage Christmas Commercials
    It's Christmas morning and I bet you're excited to run to your tree, look for packages with your name on them, and rip open your presents. But before you do, take a look at 10 vintage video clips that are sure to bring back nostalgic memories of your childhood Christmas wishlists.
  • LC-A & LC-W Tip: Always Check for Fresh Batteries!

    LC-A & LC-W Tip: Always Check for Fresh Batteries!
    "Help! My whole roll of film came back totally dark!" it says in the FAQ section. The key to making sure you don't get blank, dark, or underexposed rolls back from the lab is simple: always check that you've got fresh batteries loaded in your LC-A or LC-Wide!
  • Holga CFN - How I Hate to Love You.....Your Flash That Is!

    Holga CFN - How I Hate to Love You.....Your Flash That Is!
    The Holga Affair - we're all a part of it, we love this blocky plastic camera. With each new model we awe and drool a bit and find new ways to explore our creativity. With the Holga CFN we experience new ways to blend color into our night shots and get gitty at the chance to prowl the night searching for new objects and people to shoot. If you have this camera you may have noticed that without the 6x4.5 mask the batteries which power the flash have a problem of falling out of place. I tried tape (the same electrical tape I use to decorate my Holga) but the heat of summer and the bumps and turns while riding my bike around town caused the batteries to get loose and fall out of place. I even spent a few times in the pub with the camera under my shirt trying to resituate the batteries into place without exposing the film to any light. The main problem besides the flash not working was the tape and or batteries would get in the way and block part of your film from being exposed.