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  • Woy Woy: Another Australian Town with a Funny Name

    Woy Woy: Another Australian Town with a Funny Name
    The Woy Woy area (including Ettalong, Umina, Ocean Beach and Koolewong) is a popular holiday and retirement destination on the Central Coast around an hour and a half drive north of Sydney.
  • Shoot with Redscale in Overcast Weather!

    Shoot with Redscale in Overcast Weather!
    Do you like overcast weather? I prefer sunny days for going out and shooting films, however, I also do like overcast because it's the best time to shoot with redscale! I love shooting in redscale, and in this article I'll let you in on secrets for how to master shooting in redscale in overcast weather!
  • Kodak T-Max 400: A Fun Friend and a Savior!

    Kodak T-Max 400: A Fun Friend and a Savior!
    It's black, It's white, fast enough with it's ISO 400 and it gets on our pocket forever. It shows smooth ambience images, not much grain, pretty nice contrasts and I start to think that I'm building a strong relation with this my new friend.
  • The Holga Mod: Modifying the Aperture Settings

    The Holga Mod: Modifying the Aperture Settings
    If you are a hardcore Holga fan or have already taken the time to look up some sites featuring Holga mods and hacks (or to take apart your camera for that matter), you will know that the Holga, despite sporting a switch for two different aperture settings for sunny and cloudy conditions, only features one aperture. This is due to the fact that switching from cloudy to sunny causes an arm to slide in front of the lens opening, the area of the hole on that arm (which is supposed to allow less light in) is larger than that of the aperture; i.e. the amount of light remains the same.
  • Diana Mini and Lomography CN 800 35mm Film

    Diana Mini and Lomography CN 800 35mm Film
    Is the day a bit overcast and gloomy? Are you not sure if the sun will poke its head out of the clouds? Are you using a fixed shutter-speed camera? Well, Lomography CN 800 35mm film is for you!
  • Agfa CT Precisa (35mm, 100 ISO)

    Agfa CT Precisa (35mm, 100 ISO)
    If you like the excitement of discovering new things or you’re just into unexpected surprises, then Agfa CT Precisa is the film for you! Just load it in your favorite analogue camera and start shooting; then ask your local lab to cross-process it and you’re done!
  • Shooting on the Bright Side of Gloomy Days

    Shooting on the Bright Side of Gloomy Days
    Would you believe that gloomy days are great days to go out and shoot? Experience tells us that sunny days are the absolute best times to go out and take pictures, but overcast conditions have their own benefits when it comes to shooting as well. Here are some tips and suggestions on making the most of those grey days.
  • Sprocking and Rocking!

    Sprocking and Rocking!
    Just a few days ago I received my Sprocket Rocket, and I have to say that it's spectacular. The great side of it is that you can take beautiful and panoramic photos with it, with or without sprocket holes, and the negative part is that you have to use a high ISO because otherwise your photos will come out dark and a little color dead.
  • Here Comes the Rain Again User Rumble ended over 4 years ago

    Here Comes the Rain Again User Rumble
    "Here comes the rain again. Falling on my head like a memory. Falling on my head like a new emotion," sighed Annie Lennox, with much disappointment. For Lomographers, the sight of rain can be dreadful but hopefully we can fish out some great rainy-day photos from your pool!
  • Hersheypark

    Hersheypark
    With a combo of chocolate and roller coasters how can you go wrong?!