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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.

  • DIY Felt Bag for the Sprocket Rocket

    DIY Felt Bag for the Sprocket Rocket

    My series from the selfmade feltbags continues. Now i made a bag for my Sprocket Rocket! Important for me is to have the bag on the camera while i'm taking pictures to have a strap!

  • Create your own Lomographic Brooches

    Create your own Lomographic Brooches

    On your purse, on your backpack, on the lapel of your coat, as a scarf pin or wherever you want. Give your style a Lomographic touch with these felt brooches.

  • I See Circles

    I See Circles

    If you are looking for an original way to make doubles, this is your tipster. Circles, squares, hearts, and anything that pops in your mind.

  • Light Painting: Dancing in the Dark

    Light Painting: Dancing in the Dark

    Want to improve your light painting? Do you dream of defined glowing figures in your photos? Follow these steps and you can create bright Lomographs.

  • Photography as Painting.

    Photography as Painting.

    Photography is an art. Why not mix it with the painting? Here are a few small tips to turn your photos into paintings real :)

  • Enjoy Lomography even more with Lomography Splitzer!

    Enjoy Lomography even more with Lomography Splitzer!

    Have you ever used Lomography Splitzer? I use it all the time! Depending on how you use it, you can get great results with your analog photography! I will introduce some of techniques on how to use it!

  • Accessorize your LC-A Without Damaging it!

    Accessorize your LC-A Without Damaging it!

    Here's a quick and easy way to attach things to your LC-A without causing any permanent damage to the camera itself.

  • Tips for Analogue Travelers

    Tips for Analogue Travelers

    Are you presently planning any trips, whether a quick adventure or a long-term journey? Is that a yes? Well, I thought of whipping up a tipster for all you fellow analogue travelers out there. Read on and see if you find them useful!

  • Tipster(s) of the Week

    Tipster(s) of the Week

    For every lomographer who has been looking for tips to make their analogue life easier and more fun, the Magazine has lots of tipsters to use as reference. This week's featured tipsters may be useful to you if you want to either shoot Autumn sceneries in black and white, or turn your La Sardina into a compact travel memento with a scrapbook-y design. If you're curious, read on to find out what it's all about!

  • DIY Kodachrome - Developing Kodak Kodachrome with Black and White Chemicals

    DIY Kodachrome  - Developing Kodak Kodachrome with Black and White Chemicals

    In 2010 the last commercial lab processing Kodak Kodachrome films was closed. Since then you have to be creative to get this film developed. This tipster will show you how to process Kodak Kodachrome on your own to get some beautiful, monochromatic, and blueish results!

  • Lost Memories

    Lost Memories

    Do all your film rolls have a happy ending? Did all your captures become an image?

  • Crack The Code with makeyuu

    Crack The Code with makeyuu

    What's you patience like? How long are you willing to wait for an unpredictable, yet stunning result. Makeyuu let's us in on the secret behind this unique shot.

  • Crack The Code with kylethefrench

    Crack The Code with kylethefrench

    All too often we wonder how some of our fellow Lomographers achieve super-fantastic otherwordly results. Thanks to Crack The Code, they reveal their secrets for everyone to appreciate their great technique and fantasy but also to try out for themselves. Let's see how kylethefrench achieved this great shot.

  • Crack The Code with jorgesato

    Crack The Code with jorgesato

    How do you get a photo like that you ask? jorgesato reveals his secrets and shows us all how to crack the code. All you need is a splitzer and some skill. Read on and find out all about it.

  • Crack The Code with lakandula

    Crack The Code with lakandula

    You've surely noticed lakandula's absolutely breathtaking SuperSampler doubles. There pretty hard to miss they're so impressive. How he does it? Find out after the jump.

  • Crack The Code with mabbom

    Crack The Code with mabbom

    Mabbom is letting us on his secret. This simple technique allows you to achieve colorful photos indoors or on cloudy days. Ready to find out what it is? Read on after the jump!

  • Shooting Fisheye without a Fisheye Camera?

    Shooting Fisheye without a Fisheye Camera?

    You want to shoot Fisheye photos just like everyone else, but you have a problem - You don't actually own a Fisheye camera or have the money to buy one. Don't worry my little monkey, help is at hand! Just read ahead for a simple and cheap alternative!

  • Darkroom Checklist

    Darkroom Checklist

    If you're ever thinking of making your own darkroom, you should consider this checklist and make sure that you all the basics covered in order to develop and process your own film rolls at home.

  • See Through your La Sardina DIY Using this Easy to Make Trompe l’œil Cover

    See Through your La Sardina DIY Using this Easy to Make Trompe l’œil Cover

    Dress up your La Sardina DIY camera to look as if it has not been covered at all! A step-by-step guide to creating a see-through optical illusion for your do-it-yourself sardine cam.

  • Back To Basics: SLR Walkthrough

    Back To Basics: SLR Walkthrough

    As back to basics draws to a close we look at a true sex object of the 1960's. Capturing everyone from Jean Shrimpton and Twiggy to Mick Jagger and The Beatles. The fully manual SLR.