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  • Long Exposure Tips: Jazzing Up Your Nighttime City Skyline Shots

    Long Exposure Tips: Jazzing Up Your Nighttime City Skyline Shots

    Jazz up your nighttime city skyline shots with a few simple tricks!

  • Using Light to Shape Landscape Photography

    Using Light to Shape Landscape Photography

    Landscapes are a favorite of many photographers, but it's often a challenge to make most of the light conditions outdoors. If you want to learn how to work around these various light conditions for striking landscape photographs, we have the PhotoTuts+ article to help you! Read on!

  • The World in 360º

    The World in 360º

    Learn how to make a round Spinner in 6 simple steps with this tutorial!

  • Analogue Girl About Town: DIY Filters for Bokeh Shapes

    Analogue Girl About Town: DIY Filters for Bokeh Shapes

    This week on Analogue Girl About Town, I thought I’d show you some of the nighttime bokeh photos I've taken of the LA skyline from some of the best spots in the city and write a tutorial on how to make homemade bokeh filters.

  • Long Exposure Tips and Painting with Light

    Long Exposure Tips and Painting with Light

    Doing long exposure shots and light paintings can be an easy and enjoyable experience. By remembering some tips and tricks, anyone can do it well.

  • Learning to Evaluate Correct Exposure for Long Exposures

    Learning to Evaluate Correct Exposure for Long Exposures

    When I do long exposures, I don’t want to carry bag full of equipment. I’ll just grab my camera, put it on tripod and go. There’s no room for light meter of any kind. But how do I get exposures right? Here’s my tip.

  • A New Look for your Belair City Slicker

    A New Look for your Belair City Slicker

    Is your City Slicker too black? I’ll teach you how to get it a new coat.

  • Basics Applied: Belair X 6-12

    Basics Applied: Belair X 6-12

    The Belair has to be one of the easiest cameras to use that Lomography has invented. Even a novice can get good very good shots from it. With a little know-how, you can achieve amazing shots with it.

  • DIY Camera Strap with Your Own Style

    DIY Camera Strap with Your Own Style

    Nothing could be done outdoors under such cool and wet weather, so, what else could we do? Let’s DIY together and make some accessories with your own unique style for your beloved cameras!

  • Double Camera Double Exposures

    Double Camera Double Exposures

    Getting those rad double exposures using the MX button on your camera is fun and all, but nothing beats the fear and excitement associated with old school doubles, especially when it involves two different cameras!

  • Macro? Flip your Lens!

    Macro? Flip your Lens!

    How to do macro photo with your not-macro lens

  • How to Tame your Lomography X-Pro 200

    How to Tame your Lomography X-Pro 200

    In my early days of using this film, I rarely get good results because I didn't know how to treat it. I didn't know how to tame it, so the result is so grainy and unsatisfying. So now I will give a quick tips how to use your Lomography X-pro!

  • My LC-A, Rusted?!

    My LC-A, Rusted?!

    One of my favorite summer cameras is the LCA+, and if you also say Krab and beach in the same sentence, it's better! But sometimes accidents happen, and after spending a few days of very funny beach sessions, you realize that the LC-A is getting rusted… What to do?! Should we scream?! Cry?! No! It's time to get handy and control the situation. ;)

  • Bubbly Photo by Bubble Wrap

    Bubbly Photo by Bubble Wrap

    This is a failed yet beautiful tipster. Try it yourself to produce a dreamier photo than your usual dreamy Lomographs!

  • Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

    Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

    Today I will be introducing the technique so called EBS, exposing both sides of the film, one of the most unique techniques within Lomographic photos. Is it hard to do it? Maybe! But once you get good luck and concentration, you might get amazing results!

  • Bulk Loading 35mm Film

    Bulk Loading 35mm Film

    As wonderful as shooting in film is, we can’t deny that it can sometimes be costly. So therefore, we are always on the lookout for tips and tricks to minimize expenses and maximize experience.

  • Frozen In Time: Why you Should Freeze your Films

    Frozen In Time: Why you Should Freeze your Films

    Although a lot of us love using expired films, some of us still love the sharp clean and fresh look of well... fresh film. But what do you do to keep expired films looking fresh? FREEZE 'EM

  • Double Holiday Bokeh Using Manual Focus Lens and Double Exposures

    Double Holiday Bokeh Using Manual Focus Lens and Double Exposures

    This season is full of coloured lights so I decided to try bokeh photography using my Nikon FM10. This trick can be used with any camera that is able to take double exposures, has a manual focus lens.

  • Long Exposures and Lomography: Shooting Light Trails in Hong Kong

    Long Exposures and Lomography: Shooting Light Trails in Hong Kong

    Use your Holga or Diana F to shoot light trails; Learning the ins and outs of long exposure photography in Hong Kong.

  • Taking Back Tipsters: More La Sardina Tips

    Taking Back Tipsters: More La Sardina Tips

    Did you miss Taking Back Tipsters? The series is back with more tips and tricks for you to try with the La Sardina! Take a look back at some previously published La Sardina tipsters by your fellow lomographers after the jump!