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  • Tipster(s) of the Week

    Tipster(s) of the Week
    For every lomographer who has been looking for tips to make their analogue life easier and more fun, the Magazine has lots of tipsters to use as reference. This week's featured tipsters may be useful to you if you want to either shoot Autumn sceneries in black and white, or turn your La Sardina into a compact travel memento with a scrapbook-y design. If you're curious, read on to find out what it's all about!
  • Tipsters of the Week(s)

    Tipsters of the Week(s)
    For every lomographer who has been looking for tips to make their analogue life easier and more fun, the Magazine has lots of tipsters to use as reference. The past weeks' featured tipsters offer a variety of useful tips, so if you're curious, read on to find out what it's all about!
  • We Still Want Your Reviews and Tipsters!

    We Still Want Your Reviews and Tipsters!
    Come on, we know you have an interesting tip or something to say about your favorite photography gear to date! Whether it's of the crafty kind, something to make your shots better, or new analogue goodies you've gotten your hands on, we want them!
  • Craft Crazy: 5 Nifty DIY Tipsters for You to Try

    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!
  • Taking Back Tipsters: Spinner 360

    Taking Back Tipsters: Spinner 360
    Have you been itching to take your Spinner 360 out for a spin? While you're making plans for a photowalk with your panoramic shooter, why don't you check out some nifty tips and trick you can try with it as well?
  • Minimal Control Could Mean Great Doubles

    Minimal Control Could Mean Great Doubles
    Imposing some degree of control can increase the probability that your doubles will turn out good.
  • Tipsters of the Week(s)

    Tipsters of the Week(s)
    For every lomographer who has been wanting to make his or her film photos extra interesting, the Magazine has lots of tipsters to use as reference. The past weeks' featured tipsters may come in handy, so read on for some tips on how you can make your film photos stunning!
  • How to Customize Your Holga 135BC

    How to Customize Your Holga 135BC
    I found a way to customize my Holga without paint and the best part is that you can change it whenever you want. After I did mine, a friend asked me to do the same with hers, so I began to think that maybe this could be a nice tipster to share with the Lomography community.
  • Tipster(s) of the Week(s)

    Tipster(s) of the Week(s)
    We know we missed a couple of featured tipsters from the previous weeks--our bad, our bad. So, to make up for it, we bring you three winning tipsters and tutorials that will surely inspire you and replenish your creative juices! Check them out after the jump!
  • Make Your SuperSampler Fly!

    Make Your SuperSampler Fly!
    Here's one tipster that is almost not one, but rather a boldness and nothing more. Read about how you can make your SuperSampler fly after the jump!
  • Top of the Tips: LC-A Tipsters

    Top of the Tips: LC-A Tipsters
    From simple multiple exposures to trickier feats, here are our top Tipster picks for the LC-A that'll do you no wrong - in fact they'll do you every right! So, with your right, red, photo-hungry eyes, start planning for those next LC-A+ shoots - well, actually, don't think, just shoot!
  • Taking Back Tipsters: LomoKino

    Taking Back Tipsters: LomoKino
    Itching to make a movie? Looking for a way to make your LomoKino movie colorful? Want to know how to maintain your LomoKino? We just might have the answers that you're looking for in this edition of Taking Back Tipsters!
  • Tipster of the Week

    Tipster of the Week
    On this edition of Tipster of the Week, we'll learn some useful tips when using our Horizon cameras. Read on to learn more about this week's excellent Tipster!
  • Taking Back Tipsters: Pinhole Photography

    Taking Back Tipsters: Pinhole Photography
    In line with the World Pinhole Photography Day on April 29th, we've compiled some of our pinhole photography Tipsters from our archives. Read on to get some inspiration when you celebrate Pinhole Photography Day.
  • Taking Back Tipsters: La Sardina Tips

    Taking Back Tipsters: La Sardina Tips
    It’s time for another edition of Taking Back Tipsters! This time, we’re going to focus on some outstanding La Sardina Tipsters from our community members. Have a look!
  • Taking Back Tipsters: Diana F+

    Taking Back Tipsters: Diana F+
    It's time for another edition of Taking Back Tipsters! This time, we are featuring some of the best Diana F+ Tipsters contributed by our community members. Read on to find out if your Diana F+ Tipster made the list!
  • Tipster of the Week

    Tipster of the Week
    It's the end of another analogue week and of course, we're going to pick another Tipster article which captured the community's hearts. Wanna know who bagged it this time? Read more and find out!
  • Taking Back Tipsters: LC-A Tips

    Taking Back Tipsters: LC-A Tips
    You’ll surely need some useful tips when using the new LC-A Silver Lake. Here are some of the best tips we found in our archives. Read on!
  • Spinner 360° Motorizer FAQs

    Spinner 360° Motorizer FAQs
    The Spinner 360° Motorizer brings all kinds of creative options to your spinning adventures. In this article, you’ll find answers to all of your most burning questions; from how to attach the Spinner 360° camera to the Motorizer base, to how to set your spin mode, read on to learn the secrets of Spinner motorizing!
  • Taking Back Tipsters: Double Exposures

    Taking Back Tipsters: Double Exposures
    For this new series, we’ll be taking a look back at some of the best Tipster articles. We scoured our archives and found some cool double-exposure techniques that you might want to try out on your next roll of film. Read on!