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Tips and Tricks! Here are the ones you absolutely must read, so we've selected them for you. The main magazine Tipster Section awaits you for more how-to tipster fun.

  • Diana Baby 110 Mega Tipster Post

    Diana Baby 110 Mega Tipster Post

    Read this if you want to find out all you need to know about handling the Diana Baby 110. From changing lenses to shooting doubles this article has it all covered!

  • Back To Basics: Filters Part II

    Back To Basics: Filters Part II

    Many cameras have a screw thread on the front of the lens. There are a few uses for this, but the most common is filters. Find out how to enhance your colour lomographs with these essential items

  • Changing Films Whilst Shooting: With the Diana Baby 110 You Can!

    Changing Films Whilst Shooting: With the Diana Baby 110 You Can!

    Yes you can! You can go from Orca to Tiger in one swift move. No rewinding and winding necessary! Read on to find out how

  • US CitySlicker sixsixty's Ultimate Lomography DIY: Develop Your Own Film: Part 1

    US CitySlicker sixsixty's Ultimate Lomography DIY: Develop Your Own Film: Part 1

    Come with us on a journey through space and time to partake in the ultimate DIY adventure: developing your own film. In part 1 we will cover C-41 color negative and the lomo fan favorite: cross processing.

  • US CitySlicker Nicolas: This Isn’t Flying, It’s Falling with Style (A Guide to Levitation Photography)

    US CitySlicker Nicolas: This Isn’t Flying, It’s Falling with Style (A Guide to Levitation Photography)

    With every new roll I put into my camera, I always try to do at least one levitation shot. For the past few months, after many trials and errors, I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks for taking jumping pictures so you guys can do it yourself!

  • Creative Corner: Film Flash Drive

    Creative Corner: Film Flash Drive

    Need a place to store your beloved, scanned lomographs? Here's a creative way to spice up your memory drive with some analogue love! Read more about how to make your own after the jump.

  • City Slicker jeabzz DIY : A Lomographic Anthem

    City Slicker jeabzz DIY : A Lomographic Anthem

    I’ve always liked the click of a shutter, the buzz of a flash and all the other little sounds our analog cameras produce. So I decided to make a little song with them!

  • How to Find the Stars

    How to Find the Stars

    The heavens can be as beautiful as you can imagine if the night sky is clear of clouds and you can see those twinkling stars above you. Some of us are blessed with the talent to identify the big dipper and orion's belt within seconds, but some of us don't even notice any patterns, even with the help of a telescope! So here's a short how to read the night sky for those curious ones!

  • Craft Crazy: 4 DIY Splitzer Tipsters for You to Try

    Craft Crazy: 4 DIY Splitzer 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, like making your very own splitzers to slice and dice your snapshots with!

  • Instax Mini 7s - Viewfinder Accuracy Issue

    Instax Mini 7s - Viewfinder Accuracy Issue

    I wrote a review about aperture settings of the Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s recently. So now, what issues will you be facing while using Instax Mini 7s? So far, I found that the main issue for me is the viewfinder accuracy problem. I can't get the exact image as what I see through the viewfinder.

  • Make a DIY Film Reminder for Your 35mm Cameras!

    Make a DIY Film Reminder for Your 35mm Cameras!

    There are times when I use cameras that have no slots for the tabs of film boxes, and thus, I often forget which film I'm shooting with (or if the camera is loaded, even). So, to remedy this problem, I thought of making my own film reminder! Learn how to make your own in this quick and easy tipster!

  • 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!

  • Craft Crazy: Dress Up Your Camera!

    Craft Crazy: Dress Up Your Camera!

    It can often be difficult to protect your camera from being scratched or damaged while it's in a bag or hanging around your wrist, so here's a simple and cute way to give your camera a bit of protection. It's a fun project to do with any fabric that you may have.

  • DIY Camera Case for the Diana Mini

    DIY Camera Case for the Diana Mini

    Right now I'm just in craft fever making camera bags. As always, I'm afraid for my beauties in my big pockets, that's perfectly. This time it's about a bag for the Diana Mini.

  • Photographing Animals is Hard to Resist

    Photographing Animals is Hard to Resist

    I know everyone has a soft spots for the furrier species, and there's something about taking pictures of them that's so dang hard not to do. This is a tipster telling you how I go about trying to capture them and my favorite places to go to see them.

  • Dazzling Doubles: Is the Splitzer Cheating?

    Dazzling Doubles: Is the Splitzer Cheating?

    There are some truly stunning double exposures showcased within the Lomography community, but I have always been too nervous to double up my pictures so boldly! However, accidental doubles always make me laugh, and sometimes make for great photos. Since I started experimenting with the Splitzer, a whole new realm of possibility has been revealed!

  • A Roaring Case for My Diana Mini Leopard!

    A Roaring Case for My Diana Mini Leopard!

    With its pretty pink paint and sassy spotted skin, it would be a shame to cover up the Diana Mini Leopard. A style statement on its own, it gets lots of looks when I'm shooting! But where to keep the fashionable camera's functional accessories? Something already in your closet could be perfect for Diana Mini extras!

  • DIY Photography: Low Profile, Low Cost Backdrop Wall Mount

    DIY Photography: Low Profile, Low Cost Backdrop Wall Mount

    This DIY tutorial is pretty trivial so if you have a seamless backdrop mount already feel free to skip forward, if not here is a way to build such a mount for as little as $5. (Actually, the mount by itself is about $2, the other three are for some extras).

  • Dazzling Otherworldly Doubles with Your Camera

    Dazzling Otherworldly Doubles with Your Camera

    Take double exposure to a whole new level and create new worlds beyond your imagination. With a little bit of planning and creativity, magic can happen. Here’s my how-to guide.

  • Crafty Tipster: How to Make Galaxy Print Frames for Your Lomographs

    Crafty Tipster: How to Make Galaxy Print Frames for Your Lomographs

    I'm always looking for fun ways to display my precious photos, and this is a simple tipster that gives a great space effect with materials you probably already own!