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  • Diana F+ Lens Adaptor: Give Your Powerful SLR a Taste of Lo-Fi Goodness

    Diana F+ Lens Adaptor: Give Your Powerful SLR a Taste of Lo-Fi Goodness
    Use the Diana F+ lens adaptor to create dreamy lo-fi images using powerful SLRs.
  • How to Mount Your Diana Lens to Any SLR

    How to Mount Your Diana Lens to Any SLR
    Want to use your Diana lenses on your other cameras but there is no existing mount converter? Why not make it yourself? All you need are three things that you probably have lying around!
  • Pentax Auto 110 SLR

    Pentax Auto 110 SLR
    A review on Pentax Auto 110 SLR, the worlds smallest film SLR!
  • Zenit APK: A Reliable Russian Companion

    Zenit APK: A Reliable Russian Companion
    Still looking for a reliable and so-called soulmate SLR? Here comes a Pussian powerhorse, the Zenit APK. It has such a strong, black-painted body with shutter speeds of up to 1/2000. What's next? Read on!
  • Pentacon Six: A Great Medium Format SLR

    Pentacon Six: A Great Medium Format SLR
    Finally, an SLR that I can officially love: a medium format monster from Dresden.
  • Nikon N65: A Friendly 35mm AF

    Nikon N65: A Friendly 35mm AF
    Light, quick, plastic, grey and black with that hint of red; the Nikon N65 is a modern, compact and versatile camera for everybody. A great fitting camera for novices and advance users. Not to mention affordable. There are a plethora of these cameras available.
  • Films, Cameras, and a Wedding in Bali

    Films, Cameras, and a Wedding in Bali
    A month ago, two college seniors of mine got married in Bali. I was lucky enough to be invited to their wedding and I was really excited to capture their special day on film. For me, this was the first time I had attended a wedding since I started shooting with film and I had no idea what to expect.
  • Braun SR 2000 PK

    Braun SR 2000 PK
    This is my 1st SLR camera, I bought for MYR500, at Johor Bahru, Malaysia. I love this camera, it really fulfills what I want from a camera.
  • Flooding in the Prairies

    Flooding in the Prairies
    Being in the flat prairies in the middle of Canada, and having a large amount of snow in winter. Flooding is a more than likely occurrence. Living on a farm with cows makes this a challenging time to be a farmer, but with great opportunities to take great photo's. I carry my Nikon FM SLR around all the time while out doing chores and just walking the land.
  • Pentax ME Super

    Pentax ME Super
    For years, the different numbers, knobs, and settings of SLR cameras frightened me. But the Pentax ME Super showed me there is nothing to fear! Learning to use an SLR is a great step in any lomographer's journey and the Pentax ME Super is great for that.
  • The Nikon F5

    The Nikon F5
    Here's the much awaited decided sequel of the four way battle royale for the coveted award of “Best Camera From An In Law” So, LETS GET READY TO RUMBLE!!!!!!
  • The Canon AE - 1

    The Canon AE - 1
    When I first moved to Denmark my in laws seem to think that I like cameras and to them this meant I could be a dumping ground for all their old junk. In my first week I inherited 4 cameras A canon AE 1, Nikon F5, Minolta SRT 3o3 and a canon canonette- I like my In laws. SO I decided I will review them all in a four way battle royale for the coverted award of “Best Camera From An In Law” I will be judging the cameras on 4 elements (each with a maximum available score of 10 Woops). The elements are: 1 Aesthetics, 2 Functionality and practicality, 3 image quality, 4 Mattness ( I am not really sure what this is yet) and to help me out I have called in some top quality A list celeb judges. So: LETS GET READY TO RUMBLE!!!!!!
  • Magnifiying glass lens

    Magnifiying glass lens
    Your SLR don't have a lens? Want to make a cheap lens? well, here come a tipster for you guys who don't have lens for your camera.
  • Custom-Bokeh Multiple Exposures

    Custom-Bokeh Multiple Exposures
    This is a great technique for doing multiple-exposures. First of all, I shot a roll of film through my SLR using a custom bokeh mask. The basic idea behind the mask is that it changes the out-of-focus areas from standard circle-ish shapes to fancy shapes such as stars, faces, hearts etc.
  • Fuji Provia 100F: My Favorite E6 Slide Film!

    Fuji Provia 100F: My Favorite E6 Slide Film!
    Like many Lomographers, I started my Lomographic journey because I was amazed by the strong saturated colors of cross-processed slide films. When I felt ready to venture into slide films, I tried one of the most commonly found iso100 slide film, Fuji Provia100F. My verdict? Read on to find out more!
  • The Canon EOS 650

    The Canon EOS 650
    Chunky, clunky, but really quite funky. I have lots to thank Lomography for - but letting me rediscover my analogue soul is top of the list. Through Dianas and other toy cameras, I reconnected with the joy of film photography once more.
  • Miranda DR 1.9

    Miranda DR 1.9
    This great camera that was my grandfather's and given to me by my brother has thrilled me. It's simple design mixed in with the SLR features helps me to get that shot that I love and admire from most Lomographers. However, the vintage style might mask some simple issues.
  • Canon AV-1: Photography Made Easy.

    Canon AV-1: Photography Made Easy.
    Always wanted an SLR camera but you were never quite sure where to begin with? DSLR prices scare you to the bone? You love lomography and live an analogue lifestyle? Introducing Canon's AV-1 SLR camera. A great way to start shooting stunningly beautiful pictures without having to waste hundreds of dollars on modern-day SLRs.
  • Lomography Most Popular Photos of 2010: July

    Lomography Most Popular Photos of 2010: July
    The second half of our banner year of 2010 sure showed no signs of slowing down! Here's a brief look back on the month of July and all of the most popular photos that we've been graced with during those 31 days!
  • Olympus OM-10

    Olympus OM-10
    I picked this camera up in a charity shop for £10 (roughly $16) and it came with the body, a 35-200mm lense, a 28-85mm lense and a gigantic camera bag. Already a bargain! I then went to a local camera fair and bought 50mm lense and a 28mm lense