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  • 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.

  • How to Load Your Film to Do Double Exposures

    How to Load Your Film to Do Double Exposures

    I love to do double exposures with my Lomo friends in and out the country. I love to see different cultures, the cities and life in general in one frame of picture. But apart from mark the film to do successful double exposures, there is an easier method...

  • Make Your Pictures Roll!

    Make Your Pictures Roll!

    Fisheye Camera / Lens + Fisheye Circle Cutter = Circular Photos!

  • A Pinhole Exposure Guide Neck Strap

    A Pinhole Exposure Guide Neck Strap

    I don't know about you, but I never seem to remember all the little things that are needed for each camera. Thankfully, my Diana Multi Pinhole Operator came with a handy little Exposure Guide, but I couldn't seem to fit it into the camera so I would always have it with me. I used Photoshop, cut and pasted a few things, and viola! A neck strap equipped with an exposure guide.

  • Do Doubles on Different Sides of Your Film!

    Do Doubles on Different Sides of Your Film!

    When you flip your film and shoot on the back side of it, you get the lovely redscale. But sometimes I do miss the blue colour from the film when I do that. Why not shoot on both sides then!

  • Easy and Fast SPLITZ with Your Fingers

    Easy and Fast SPLITZ with Your Fingers

    Have forgotten your LC-A splitzer or can't find it once again? Or do you just have to be fast, with no time to mount and set your splitzer? That's not a problem. You don't need the splitzer all the time to do the splitz. You can use your finger!

  • My Street Shooting Tips

    My Street Shooting Tips

    Although I am not particularly good at street photography, I would like to share some tips that had worked for me. I hope that my tips will be of use to you. Do drop me a note if they work!

  • Paper Light Meter and Zombies

    Paper Light Meter and Zombies

    A (Lomo) prophecy is being fulfilled! In a zombie apocalyptic world, you will have to leave all the modern day comforts behind. Are you ready to say goodbye to electricity and battery-powered electronic automation? Paper Light Meter will help you get properly exposed shots until the end of days.

  • Give Your Diana a New Look!

    Give Your Diana a New Look!

    Want to make your Diana even more special than it already is? Give it a refeshing new look with a new skin.

  • Bulb Mode with Adjustable Aperture for LC-A

    Bulb Mode with Adjustable Aperture for LC-A

    Looking for a solution to set your LC-A to bulb mode? But your shutter won't compromise when you adjust your aperture for bulb?

  • Fantasy Double Exposure

    Fantasy Double Exposure

    I felt that life is repetitive and I am consumed by work! I would like to hold my camera and shoot something in order to let off some steam but I know that my photos are quite ordinary. Once, when I had completed another roll of snapshots, I decided to rewind the film and produce a roll of special double exposures.

  • Don't Diss Digital!

    Don't Diss Digital!

    Analogue is the future, yes; we all know that?! BUT think how much this analogue revolution relies on digital intervention and why it works so well.

  • Get the Film Out the Canister Without a Film Puller

    Get the Film Out the Canister Without a Film Puller

    The people from the labs are our friends, but we all like to doubles, whether made with us or with someone halfway across the world, but what to do when the film gets inside the canister.