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  • My 2012 In Analogue: MX-filled Year-End Review

    My 2012 In Analogue: MX-filled Year-End Review
    My 2012 has been a very active year that brought me to various places around the country for work and a modicum of leisure. Continuing on my last year's mode of pushing the boundaries of lomographic possibilities, the many lomographs I took this year are largely experiments on juxtaposing different subjects in a single frame (from doubles to quintuples) using combinations of various analogue cameras. More often than not, shots are taken on different dates in different places.
  • The Underrated Super Camera That Supersampler Truly Is

    The Underrated Super Camera That Supersampler Truly Is
    Supersampler is one among the multi-lensed lomo cameras that seemed to have taken a backseat to give way to the prominence of LC-A+, La Sardina, and Fisheye – three of the heavily advertised and marketed LSI products in a multitude of clones, colors and promo packages. But, frequent visitors to my lomohome would probably have an impression that many of my multiple exposures are taken with at least a multi-lensed camera like Pop 9, Actionsampler, Oktomat and, of course, the queen of them all, the Supersampler. This article is my tribute to the latter's wonderful analogue charms.
  • Up Close And Personal With The Fisheye No. 2 ended about 2 years ago

    Up Close And Personal With The Fisheye No. 2
    At Lomography Gallery Store Manchester! The Fisheye No.2 is great for getting up close and personal with your Lomographic subjects due to its ultra-wide lens. Come and find out all the secrets that this bug-eyed beasty has to offer and then take it out and shoot some warped portraits and wacky multiple exposures!
  • Multiple Exposures for Beginners

    Multiple Exposures for Beginners
    New to Lomography? Have you been wondering how other people have been able to blend pictures together? You have come to the right place. With the technique of multiple exposure, you will find yourself achieving works of art that digital photography cannot compete with!
  • Quickie Tipster: Flip It. Flip It Good!

    Quickie Tipster:  Flip It. Flip It Good!
    When boredom comes along, you must Flip It. Your camera, I mean! The results: lovely reflection-like images that look like a parallel universe.