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  • Secrets to a Great Multiple Exposure Revealed!

    Secrets to a Great Multiple Exposure Revealed!

    Multiple exposures or MX is one of the main highlights of lomography. It's fun, creative and often ends up with mind-blowing results. But it's not just all about pressing your shutter more than once. There are also some technical tips that you must keep in mind. This guide is filled with guidelines to help both newbie and the semi-newbie lomographers alike to get that perfect MX shot.

  • Photos from the Memories Box.

    Photos from the Memories Box.

    Old photos were in the negative. These photos look like taken from the 80´s. Why is that?

  • The Great Big Lomography Film Bible: Colour Reversal/Slide Film Edition Pt. 5

    The Great Big Lomography Film Bible: Colour Reversal/Slide Film Edition Pt. 5

    As part of our tireless quest to bring you the most complete analogue film information on the planet, we present Part 5 of the Great Big Lomography Film Bible: Colour Reversal/Slide Film Edition. Today, it’s all about Lomography and Rollei films!

  • Multiple Exposures for Beginners

    Multiple Exposures for Beginners

    New to Lomography? Have you been wondering how other people have been able to blend pictures together? You have come to the right place. With the technique of multiple exposure, you will find yourself achieving works of art that digital photography cannot compete with!

  • DIY C-41 to B&W Cross Process

    DIY  C-41 to B&W Cross Process

    If you already develop your own B&W films, you may want to try to develop C-41 color negatives with B&W chemicals :)

  • Making Full Use of Your Negatives!

    Making Full Use of Your Negatives!

    No idea what to do with all the negative films accumulating in your room? Here are some simple steps to turn them into artworks!

  • Shooting on Both Sides of the Film

    Shooting on Both Sides of the Film

    Fancy shooting on BOTH sides of the film? Try this and you'll be surprised with the pictures you get!

  • Wide-eyed Diana F+

    Wide-eyed Diana F+

    Wanna make those black, round borders left from your Diana F+ with Fisheye useful? Check this out...

  • Broken Bokeh

    Broken Bokeh

    Remember the final golden rule? Don't worry about breaking the bokeh rules.

  • Forget Your Film!

    Forget Your Film!

    Sometimes forgetting is not so bad...

  • Finer Details and Purchase Guide to Developing Colour Negatives

    Finer Details and Purchase Guide to Developing Colour Negatives

    Developing labs cost so much now that anything that made it cheaper to get a good result interested me! Here are some interesting resources and a few tips from my experience of developing your own colour negatives.

  • Lemon-Aid

    Lemon-Aid

    For subtle speckles and washes of colour, all you need is a little lemon juice.

  • Lomo Vintage

    Lomo Vintage

    If you'd like to give your photos a vintage or expired film look, but you've got your fridge full of film that'll take years to expire, this simple tipster is for you!

  • Just Stickin´ Around

    Just Stickin´ Around

    Are you afraid of asking people for a picture? Well, maybe after reading this article you will become more successful.

  • Quickie Tipster: I Dare You Not to Wind!

    Quickie Tipster: I Dare You Not to Wind!

    Having trouble shooting those weird yet fascinating double exposures? It's really easy, as long as you let your camera do the work. This tiny tip will help you!

  • Quickie Tipster: Cheat the System (and Get More for Your Money)

    Quickie Tipster: Cheat the System (and Get More for Your Money)

    Do you like to stick it to The Man? Are you just super cheap? If you're one, the other, or both, you may want to get extra shots our of your roll of 35mm film.

  • MX = Multiple Exposure. A short How-To for Lomography Virgins

    MX = Multiple Exposure. A short How-To for Lomography Virgins

    As we mature in our Lomographic lives, we forget about what it is like to be young and innocent. Remember when you didn't know what an aperture was? This is a short tutorial on some easy MX projects anyone can do.

  • Process Your Film at Home

    Process Your Film at Home

    I love shooting photos, but hate having to wait for my film to be processed and the cost of getting it processed. There is an easy way to process your own film at home.

  • Dress Your Lomo

    Dress Your Lomo

    I know we all love our Lomo Cameras just the way they are, there's no doubt about that. But wouldn't it be awesome to have your own personalized camera?

  • Long Exposure Any Time of Day

    Long Exposure Any Time of Day

    Are you addicted to long exposure shots? don't limit yourself only to night time. This guide will show you what you need to take those blurry motion pictures even on bright day.