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  • A Guide to Night Photography

    A Guide to Night Photography

    When doing night photography, it is essential to know some tips and techniques that will help you attain beautiful pictures. Here are some tips that you can follow when doing night photography.

  • Superb Sunsets: Tips for Stunning Sunset Photos

    Superb Sunsets: Tips for Stunning Sunset Photos

    No vacation is complete without a sunset photo. Learn how to capture beautiful sunsets with these simple tips!

  • Quick Tips for Photo Composition

    Quick Tips for Photo Composition

    The proper composition of the subject can affect the overall outcome of a photograph. There are certain guidelines that you can follow in order to come up with effective shots that improve the quality of your picture! Here are some tips!

  • Lasting Impressions!

    Lasting Impressions!

    Having already made multiple prints from my negatives at school with the enlarger, I decided that I wanted to add some sugar and spice to my photos with some cool designs! This idea also works with cyano type paper and other light sensitive papers.

  • 8 Easy but Awesome Beginner Tips

    8 Easy but Awesome Beginner Tips

    Anyone who has spent enough time in the Lomo Society will have a faint idea of some popular tricks people like to do which give you great results! So this Tipster is for all the Lomo-Beginners out there! (Not saying that I am in any way an expert on these! I just happened to see other people doing them and felt like spreading the idea for the newbies!)

  • How to Stay Inspired in Film Photography

    How to Stay Inspired in Film Photography

    Going to the same locations and doing the same things when shooting can sometimes be a drag. When you don’t have inspiration when shooting, your pictures don’t turn out as well. Here are some tips you may want to consider to stay inspired in film photography.

  • Street Photography Tips

    Street Photography Tips

    Street photography captures everyday moments of people that we pass by daily. It’s always interesting to see what you have captured once you have developed your rolls. Here are a few tips for those who want to explore the art of street photography.

  • Shooting Fashion: Posing

    Shooting Fashion: Posing

    Let's face it. Having models, especially new or inexperienced ones like most of our friends, strike different kinds of poses is no walk in the park. Thankfully we now have a guide!

  • Modifying your LC-A+ to Achieve ISO12

    Modifying your LC-A+ to Achieve ISO12

    If you prefer to overexpose your ISO400 redscale film by five full stops in your LC-A+, you would want to override your camera's ISO setting to 12. But how? I have got the tipster for you!

  • Click Guide for Diana Mini (53 Photos From a 36 Exposure Roll)

    Click Guide for Diana Mini (53 Photos From a 36 Exposure Roll)

    An easy add-on to your Diana Mini to monitor your clicks, and get 53 square frame photos from your typical 36 exposure 135 film. Check it out!

  • SuperSampler + Match-Box = Collage

    SuperSampler + Match-Box = Collage

    Transform your supersampler into a beautiful collage machine with the help of a match-box, scissors and patience.

  • How Do You Store Your Camera 'Stuff'?

    How Do You Store Your Camera 'Stuff'?

    So, within a matter of months I've managed to gather a few cameras and film (both used and unused). The initial 'I'll just put it on a shelf' and 'throw it in a basket' just doesn't cut it anymore! It's everywhere and not in any order. Then one day I found the perfect solution.

  • The Magic of Image Transfers

    The Magic of Image Transfers

    Just in time for World Photography Day, today's tipster will focus on one of the most popular alternative photographic processes out there - Polaroid transfers!

  • Now Everyone Can Have Sprocket Holes on any 35mm Camera.

    Now Everyone Can Have Sprocket Holes on any 35mm Camera.

    This is a super duper simple and awesome technique to have a sprocket holes on any 35mm camera.Everyone should try it,since the tools needed is common things that we have in our house.

  • Scanning Cross-Processed Film: A Video Tutorial

    Scanning Cross-Processed Film: A Video Tutorial

    I made this video tutorial to show how I scan cross processed film. When I first started scanning my own film it took me a long time to get results I was happy with, particularly from cross processed film. This tutorial should give you all the information you need to get good results without months of trial and error.

  • If You See a Dog - Shoot!

    If You See a Dog - Shoot!

    Dogs are kind animals - in most cases. And curious too! So if you see a dog, don't let the opportunity go. Shoot with your camera!

  • So, You Want a Vivitar UWS?

    So, You Want a Vivitar UWS?

    So you want to own a legendary Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim? Looking around the internet you'll find lots of tips, rumours, modifications and examples of this plastic wonder but it can be overwhelming for the newcomer. Here is my tutorial tipster for buying, owning and using a Vivitar UWS.

  • Sixteen Times the Fun

    Sixteen Times the Fun

    We all know that the Lomography Supersampler is four times the fun compared to a regular plastic camera. But what if we do doubles with it, and use two masks? 4 lenses x 2 exposures x 2 masks = 16 times the fun!

  • Practical Questions over 'Lomographies'

    Practical Questions over 'Lomographies'

    I would like to discuss some of the practical questions I have been repeatedly asking myself, since I have started Lomography-ing. I might be very (some would say: too much) scientifically minded, but I often need to define a few rules, as I find myself a little lost in the absence of rules. I know: I am already in contradiction with Rule #10, "Don't worry about any rules". But if you are patient enough to continue reading, I would appreciate to know your opinion on these matters.

  • How to Make a Lomography Table

    How to Make a Lomography Table

    Do you have an old table or piece of furniture lying around? Want to make it your favourite household item ever by making it lomographied? Well, follow this tipster and I'll show you how to make a Lomography table in 5 easy steps.