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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.

  • Tipster of the Week: I Want to Be A LomoStar!

    Tipster of the Week: I Want to Be A LomoStar!

    Have you ever seen sun looking like big shiny star? No? Ever been on a scenario where the night sky becomes overcast just when you've planned on learning the zodiac constellations, yeah? Frustrating isn't it? Well for this week, we got something very special that will certainly have you catching and shooting stars in no time!

  • Tipster of the Week: Fiber Optics Are Good for Your Health

    Tipster of the Week: Fiber Optics Are Good for Your Health

    The process of making Lomographs is just like painting itself. We choose what to shoot with our cameras, as well as the painter decides on what scene he'll make with his brush. Both Lomographer and painter are two artists that are aiming for one similar thing - to make beautiful pictures. And for this week, see how our Tipster chose to paint with light, literally.

  • Let Go, You're Too Old!

    Let Go, You're Too Old!

    Ever wonder how cool it will be to be able to see through the innocent eyes of a child? Give them a camera instead of a lollipop.

  • Two Faces Are Better than One

    Two Faces Are Better than One

    Use a B setting and a Colorsplash flash to make yourself a two-face, son!

  • Work Out Those Knees!

    Work Out Those Knees!

    One of Lomography’s golden rule is to Try The Shot From The Hip. I guess we should not stop at #10, or go lower than the hip, ya?

  • Tipster of the Week: A Multi-Splashing Party!

    Tipster of the Week: A Multi-Splashing Party!

    Planning to have a gathering, but still can't think of anything interesting for your guests to look forward to? Here at Tipster, we always aim to add a bit of a kick to everyone's dull life by adding a sprinkle of analogue magic into it! So call your friends and get everything ready, because the party is about to begin!

  • Mirror Mirror Mirror

    Mirror Mirror Mirror

    Multiple reflections through a Lomo eye.

  • Shoot the Stars with Diana+

    Shoot the Stars with Diana+

    Diana+ as an astronomy tool.

  • Tipster of the Week: The Inverted Equation of Cross Processing

    Tipster of the Week: The Inverted Equation of Cross Processing

    If you're in for more experiments and wanting to do something with your rolls of film a bit differently other than baking it, cutting it into pieces and even fermenting it; how about cross processing? I know, this is much common now in Lomography next to cheddar cheese, but there is a scientific way of doing it! And all you need to know about it is here, courtesy of our Tipster of the week!

  • New Opportunity for Your Lomolitos Camera

    New Opportunity for Your Lomolitos Camera

    You can fly into space if you really want it! And you can make the blackest of the night coloured with this tip!

  • Diana Mini Flash Tipster

    Diana Mini Flash Tipster

    Want to shoot cool, overlapping images with the sweet and petite Diana Mini Flash package? Just follow these easy steps and surprise yourself with the results, c/o our Chief Tipster Mandi!

  • Tipster of the Week: The Other Side of Things

    Tipster of the Week: The Other Side of Things

    Just as would black exists to bring out the white and vice-versa, it's amazing how seeing things by exploring their two dimensions can really reveal more than what we're judging on the surface. As we all know, there are always two sides in every story and both are exposed by our Tipster of the week!

  • Tipster of the Week: Seamlessly Extending Your View

    Tipster of the Week: Seamlessly Extending Your View

    If you enjoyed the recent "Endless Wall" feature we have at our website and left you clicking for more, then here's something to quench your addiction of seeing continuous photos! Because this time, our very generous Tipster will be sharing his method on achieving such effect!

  • Multi-Exposure on Your Fisheye One!

    Multi-Exposure on Your Fisheye One!

    Want Multiple exposures on your Fisheye one? It sure is possible!

  • Tipster of the Week: A Little Bit of Tweaking

    Tipster of the Week: A Little Bit of Tweaking

    We always raise an eyebrow or shiver in disbelief whenever we hear the words "manipulated" or "enhanced", especially if it's done differently from the ways of analogue photography. But we must admit these digital advancements became indispensable, and on the contrary, can do no harm for us as our Tipster says so!

  • This Tripod Substitute Has LOMO-Style!

    This Tripod Substitute Has LOMO-Style!

    You need a tripod but don't have enough money to buy one? Here's a Quickie Tipster for all of you Lomoholics.

  • Tipster of the Week: Before One's Eyes

    Tipster of the Week: Before One's Eyes

    We stick out our ears when we want to hear clearly, or forcefully sniff with our nose to confirm that something is smelling fishy and naturally, we tend to get closer at things for them to be scrutinised. Through the investigation of our latest Tipster for this week, she gave new meaning to the word 'macro'.

  • Push Processing or: Give me more!

    Push Processing or: Give me more!

    No ISO 400 film at hand but facing a nice low-light situation? Your frigde is full with ISO 100 films but you want to shoot fast moving things? You want high contrast and hues shifts without crossing? Maybe Push Processing is a way!

  • Tipster of the Week: How My Photos Came to Life

    Tipster of the Week: How My Photos Came to Life

    If you're the type that keeps a bunch of photos inside a box or someone who likes to see the different colours your shots has in an epic kind of a Lomowall while marveling how great they are, then you might want to try this one for another way of viewing your lovely Lomographs!

  • Diana Mini Adapter for the Ringflash

    Diana Mini Adapter for the Ringflash

    We can use the Ringflash with the Diana Mini with a simple trick!