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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.

  • Make Your Own Photo Coasters

    Make Your Own Photo Coasters

    Show off your photos, or give them as a gift, with your own DIY photo coasters!

  • Make Your Own Lomo T-Shirt

    Make Your Own Lomo T-Shirt

    Have you been eyeing on one of the Lomo t-shirts in the online shop, but don't want to spend your hard-earned piggies on it? Why not make your own one? Read on to learn how to make a Lomo t-shirt.

  • Lomography Cookie Cutters: Butter Cookie Recipe

    Lomography Cookie Cutters: Butter Cookie Recipe

    The end of the year is coming. Many festivities have began. Christmas songs can be heard everywhere. It's time to give gifts to your loved ones. Don't know what to give them? Here's an idea!

  • Overexposure: It's a Beautiful Thing

    Overexposure: It's a Beautiful Thing

    With my first try at the Lubitel 166+ and manual settings in general (with no light meter), it's no surprise that my slides came out overexposed. But in the end, I actually really like the overexposure effect! Dreamy, bleached, otherworldly tones of cream and turquoise make for some genuinely gorgeous cross-processed slides. Read on to find out more!

  • The Medium Format Advantage

    The Medium Format Advantage

    This article will dive head-first into the world of medium format photography. We’ll take you through a basic introduction, then look at different cameras, film, scanners and processing techniques to give this type of photography a try!

  • Colorful Double Exposure Using Color Papers

    Colorful Double Exposure Using Color Papers

    No flowers? No blue skies during winter season? No problem! In this tipster, you can come up with colorful photos by using colored paper!

  • 30 Ways to Hack Your Next Roll of Film

    30 Ways to Hack Your Next Roll of Film

    One of the things that we look forward to when shooting with film is the result. Seeing the photos is always a surprise as we never know what exactly we're going to get. Here are some tips that you could use to hack your next roll of film.

  • How to Scan Film Without a Film Scanner

    How to Scan Film Without a Film Scanner

    If you're just starting in analogue photography, like me, it's probable you don't own a film scanner. Well, no worries, I found a cheap way to scan your film using your old multifunctional scanner or any other simple scanner.

  • LomoKino Power-Winder

    LomoKino Power-Winder

    If you want an easier way to wind your LomoKino, here is a method to build a battery operated power-winder. The steps are quite easy and there are 2 speed setups so you have options to choose from.

  • PIMhole Tutorial: Make Your Own DIY Pinhole Camera

    PIMhole Tutorial: Make Your Own DIY Pinhole Camera

    If you've ever wanted to make your own pinhole camera but you don't know how, here are some steps that could help you! You can easily make a pinhole camera out of a juice box!

  • A Guide on Photographing Girls

    A Guide on Photographing Girls

    When I said 'when you photograph girls', I am not referring to girl friends you have known for long, but girls you have never met before but wish to photograph them. There are quite a few things we need to remember so that both parties would feel comfortable shooting together.

  • Develop Films by Yourself

    Develop Films by Yourself

    I finally decided to try and develop my film rolls by myself. I did this since I wanted to try and cross-process my films easily. Find out how I did it!

  • Digitalizing Your LomoKino Movie in 5 Minutes (Or Even Less)!

    Digitalizing Your LomoKino Movie in 5 Minutes (Or Even Less)!

    WOT? Is this serious? And I can tell you it's super simple, almost everyone can do it with a cellphone in their pocket.

  • Film Can Also Binge Drink

    Film Can Also Binge Drink

    After reading the tipster "Intoxicate Your Film" while I was working at my job at Naturalis (Natural History Museum) and putting snakes in jars of alcohol, it came to mind that I could easily combine these two.

  • Double Film in a Camera?

    Double Film in a Camera?

    Have you ever thought of loading your camera with two films? Probably not. And to be honest, I think it wouldn't even work, or would it? But I had an idea similar to that, which anyone can do.

  • Astrophotography: The Easy Way!

    Astrophotography: The Easy Way!

    I decided to shoot a roll of doubles with myself layering the stars of the night sky with ordinary things down on Earth!

  • LomoKino Flash Adventures

    LomoKino Flash Adventures

    During my experience with the new Lomography Lomokino, I have to say I’m really impressed with the results. I’ve worked with her in different circumstances - That’s why I want to give you some advice now on how to use the camera in low light conditions and when to use the flash as a fill light when shooting in natural light.

  • How To: Create a LomoKino Movie in iMovie (Mac OS X Lion)

    How To: Create a LomoKino Movie in iMovie (Mac OS X Lion)

    The LomoKino makes all the wonderful possibilities of 35mm film photography available to the world of movie making. Cross-processed comedy? Redscale romance? Black & White drama? Sure you can! Whether you choose to create experimental stop motion or fantastic montage movies, it's possible with a LomoKino. We have prepared a step-by-step guide to get you started.

  • Make your own LomoKino Flip Book

    Make your own LomoKino Flip Book

    What to bring your fantastic LomoKino movies to life, analogue style? Read this guide and we’ll show you how to make your very own LomoKino Flip Book!

  • Splitzernister

    Splitzernister

    Use film canisters to create a splitzer for your DianaF+.