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  • How to Organize the Analogue Mess

    How to Organize the Analogue Mess

    It was really hard to find the way to organize my negative's mess, but one day I decided to straighten up my negatives, cd's and contact sheets. It was not an easy work, but it deserve it when you want to scan an old pic, check what film you used in that picture you like or just have organized the safest back up ever: the negatives.

  • WEEEEEE! Take the Lomos for a Ride! (Slightly Dangerous)

    WEEEEEE! Take the Lomos for a Ride! (Slightly Dangerous)

    Hang on tight and get ready 'cause the kiddies are gonna scream when you take them to the amusement park. Snapping photos on roller coasters!

  • DIY Square Format on Holga 135 BC

    DIY Square Format on Holga 135 BC

    We all love the beauty of the square format in 120mm film cameras, and as of late, the wonderful Diana Mini was given the feature to produce a square format. So I thought I should give this a try myself. And here it is.

  • Timescan with the Spinner

    Timescan with the Spinner

    Timescan, a great technique you can do with the spinner, crazy portraits and capture movement

  • Dun Think Just SPIN!!!

    Dun Think Just SPIN!!!

    Ever wonder what will happen when u do a double on a spinner??? “just follow the dialog below and reenact” The story goes like this:-

  • Diana Lens Cap Splitzer

    Diana Lens Cap Splitzer

    Simple and easy to make Diana F+ splitzer, and you probably have all the ingredients at home!

  • Exhibit Your World with Fotoclips!

    Exhibit Your World with Fotoclips!

    Do you scan your negatives and keep it in your hard drives? Do you show your photos to your friends via your iPhones or Blackberries and even at your Facebook pages too, ya? Well, its time to come out and SHOW your photos (literally!).

  • Origami Bank Notes SLR Camera

    Origami Bank Notes SLR Camera

    If you're having that kind of camera itch that your current funds wouldn't suffice at the moment, then you can consider this tipster as a kind healthy therapy that can sedate you from being a whiny kid.

  • How to Scan Sprockets with Different Scanners

    How to Scan Sprockets with Different Scanners

    Did you ever wonder how people get this nice sprocket holes on their pictures? Get yourself a medium format camera and a scanner and start making you own! I did it with two different scanners and would like to share the results with you. Perhaps you also have a scanner at home that is capable to do it!

  • Postcards from Hyperspace

    Postcards from Hyperspace

    By a several special requests, here's how the fractal doubles were made. This really too simple for a Tipster!

  • How to Perfect the Skill of Not Thinking while Taking Pictures.

    How to Perfect the Skill of Not Thinking while Taking Pictures.

    We all know the Lomography rule: Don't think! I found a way to switch off the brain completely. It's very easy! All you have to do is drink, drink, drink and drink some more. These are my experiences with shit-faced-photography. Cheers!

  • Even More Fun with Holga Filter Set

    Even More Fun with Holga Filter Set

    Okay, so yep, I'm a filter set freak. Since like 6 months ago I've started to make all kinds of foolish things with the prisms which are an asset part in the set to me :) So take them in hands and walk with me and you'll see some preliminary ideas to take them even further.

  • Tutorial: How to Fix your Diana Mini for GOOD. No More Film Advance Problems!

    Tutorial: How to Fix your Diana Mini for GOOD. No More Film Advance Problems!

    Diana Mini is a great camera, and with this quick modification, we will make it better. When I could not find the answers I was looking for, I took matters into my own hands. I have a knack for taking things apart and fixing them so I thought this would be easy, and I was right.

  • Quickie Tipster: Redscale that Instant!

    Quickie Tipster: Redscale that Instant!

    A very easy tipster on how to get instant redscales. I've wanted to try this out for quite a while and some weeks ago I finally bought the piece of red foil necessary for the realisation of my idea!

  • Quickie Tipster: Flip It. Flip It Good!

    Quickie Tipster:  Flip It. Flip It Good!

    When boredom comes along, you must Flip It. Your camera, I mean! The results: lovely reflection-like images that look like a parallel universe.

  • The Film Retriever!

    The Film Retriever!

    Lost the end of your film, want to do double exposures, no specialist tools in sight?? No problem!

  • Tipster of the Week: Cry Your Way to Fame

    Tipster of the Week: Cry Your Way to Fame

    This tipster is meant for those kids below the age of 10 but anyone can try it at home. Results may vary.

  • Want that Natura Effect?

    Want that Natura Effect?

    So, do you like that low light shooting with nice glowing exposures? If like me you don't have the Fuji Natura Classica, there is a way to get this look, so long as your camera has auto-exposure like the LC-A+ for instance.

  • Digitalize your negatives the ghetto way using the Lomography DigitaLIZA and a digital camera

    Digitalize your negatives the ghetto way using the Lomography DigitaLIZA and a digital camera

    Want to "scan" your negatives on the cheap? It's easy to digitalize your photos when you hold your negatives against a window, snap them with your digital camera and convert them to complete positive pictures on your computer. Find out how.

  • Quickie Tipster: Playing with Gloves

    Quickie Tipster: Playing with Gloves

    Having another grey weather is not an excuse to make your day dull and lifeless, didn't you know with just a few pair of colorful gloves, it'll perfectly fit your hands while you have a fun time, for sure!