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  • Useful Guidelines on Shooting with Ultra wide Lenses

    Useful Guidelines on Shooting with Ultra wide Lenses

    Wide-angle lens are further divided into sub-classifications: Wide, ultra-wide and ultra-ultra-wide. Based on current standards, wide lenses for 35mm cameras are those with focal lengths ranging from 24 to 35mm. Lenses are considered ultra-wide if they have focal lengths from 17 to 21 mm, and ultra-ultra-wide if from 12 to 16mm. The New Russar+ is a 20mm lens; hence it falls under the ultra-wide classification. If you have an ultra-wide lens or if you intend to get the Russar+, you might as well make the most out of your precious investment. Read on for a few guidelines on shooting with ultra-wide lenses.

  • Add some fun to your love getaway!

    Add some fun to your love getaway!

    Are you planning a romantic weekend with your boyfriend/girlfriend? Great! With this tipster you'll discover how to turn it in a perfect chance to get some nice nude shots!

  • Festival-loving Cameras for the Analogue Snapper

    Festival-loving Cameras for the Analogue Snapper

    A festival is filled with once-in-a-lifetime sights and spectacle worth remembering. It is but a requirement to bring a trusty camera when attending one, unless your memory is photographic enough to capture everything. If you’re still packing your bags for that much-awaited festival, take a few minutes to browse through our list recommended cameras to shoot with.

  • Impossible to Possible: Taking a Picture with the Konstruktor Transparent

    Impossible to Possible: Taking a Picture with the Konstruktor Transparent

    Our product, the Konstruktor Transparent Edition, is purely for display purposes and not for photographic use. Its unique see-through body makes it impossible for anybody to take pictures. However, a Japanese creator named Naga-san used some tricks to make taking photos possible! How did he do it!? Read on to discover what kind of tricks he used.

  • Take Fisheye Pictures with Your Konstruktor!

    Take Fisheye Pictures with Your Konstruktor!

    Ever wondered how fisheye photos would look like when done with a Konstruktor? I wondered about that too and tried the Fisheye Lens Adapter on my Konstruktor to find out. The results are great and the adapter brings loads of fun when used with this DIY shooter!

  • Create More Colorful Double Exposure Photos Using Gradient Colors!

    Create More Colorful Double Exposure Photos Using Gradient Colors!

    One day I had the idea to make color gradients with my computer and picture editing program and some other stuff to give my pictures a touch of color. You can also do it analogue style with rainbow paper!

  • Just Repaint Your La Sardina!

    Just Repaint Your La Sardina!

    Because I won a La Sardina Telefonbuch edition and had no DIY version of the camera, this La Sardina had to suffer my crafting and tinkering wrath.

  • Cook your Film and Create Crazy Effects!

    Cook your Film and Create Crazy Effects!

    Anyone looking for an easy way to quickly and conveniently manipulate his 35mm so that it delivers the craziest and most unpredictable color effects should try this easy tipster!

  • Archiving of Your Negatives, Photos and Files on Your Computer

    Archiving of Your Negatives, Photos and Files on Your Computer

    I started arranging my negatives early and transferred it with the same numbering on the computer so I can find my negatives easier. It's a cool and convenient especially whenever I need to look for something in my files.

  • A Clearer Viewfinder for Your Konstruktor

    A Clearer Viewfinder for Your Konstruktor

    When I finished building my Konstruktor last week, I found the viewfinder very dark. Several minutes after the Konstruktor was built, I decided to take it apart again to work on this problem.

  • Turn Your LC-A into an Amazing and Unique Camera!

    Turn Your LC-A into an Amazing and Unique Camera!

    Bravely, I bought a broken LC-A to repair it and give her a new dress. Fortunately, the camera still worked, so I didn't need to fix it but I gave it a new design. I also wanted to modify it to do multiple exposures.

  • Give Your Konstruktor Photos a Touch of Color

    Give Your Konstruktor Photos a Touch of Color

    Some of you may already be familiar with my tipster on transparent color sheets. With the Konstruktor, the whole process is really simple. Catch a glimpse of how I did it.

  • Colorful Double Exposures with Your LC-Wide

    Colorful Double Exposures with Your LC-Wide

    It's no secret that I like playing around with color filters. Here, I'll show you how I created overlapping color images using green and red filters.

  • Konstruktor In A Fluffy And Furry Robe Or As I Call It: My Pornstruktor!

    Konstruktor In A Fluffy And Furry Robe Or As I Call It: My Pornstruktor!

    Yeah, I won a Konstruktor. And one day after my birthday, the postman stood in front of my door with the box in his hands. Assembled, she looked too plain for me and since we are in the middle of the cold season, I bought my new baby a fur coat.

  • Conveniently Attach Color Filters to Your LC-Wide

    Conveniently Attach Color Filters to Your LC-Wide

    There are many ways to attach your color filter to the camera. Today I want to show you my way. Especially for my LC-Wide since I have only a few mounting options. Also, I searched for a better solution than Tesa film. Velcro was my choice!

  • Personalize Your Konstruktor With a Shabby-Chic Look

    Personalize Your Konstruktor With a Shabby-Chic Look

    When I got my Konstruktor I thought for a moment, "should I put it together right now or make a completely new design?" So what did I do? Of course, I completely redesigned it! I picked a beautiful color for my new design in the craft store.

  • Shooting on 110 Film with the Lomography Experimental Lens

    Shooting on 110 Film with the Lomography Experimental Lens

    One fellow from the Lomography Headquarters in Vienna did the unthinkable: use one of our Lomography Experimental Lens to shoot on film. Read on to find out more.

  • Presenting My Self Made Pinhole Camera

    Presenting My Self Made Pinhole Camera

    Taking pictures with a pinhole camera is fun! And just imagine that you're letting the tiny pinhole to do all the work for you. The DIY experience with this camera just beats everything, if you ask me!

  • Taking Infrared Shots with the Lomography Experimental Lens Kit

    Taking Infrared Shots with the Lomography Experimental Lens Kit

    The Lomography Experimental Lens Kit can be used not only do create wide-angle, multiple exposure or dreamy images; it can also be utilized to create stunning infrared shots. Here is a gallery, along with a detailed explanation of how it can be done.

  • How to Use Color Gels with Your Lomography Experimental Lenses

    How to Use Color Gels with Your Lomography Experimental Lenses

    Ever since the Colorsplash Flash came into our lives, we have been in love with color -drenched shots that you get by simply adding a color filter to your flash or camera. Learn how to use filter gels with your Experimental Lens Kit after the jump!