Tag: chrome

  • Putting the Strip on the Strips

    written by ndroo on 2011-03-19 in #gear #tipster
    Putting the Strip on the Strips

    What to do with those film leads or film strips from rolls that didn't turn out well (aka screwed up)? Grab some short strips of film and place them in all sorts of places. Take photos of them ... bearing in mind that this will be the first exposure. I used an old SLR and set the exposure compensation to -1.

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  • La Sardina Review: 5 Rules for La Sardina Wonders

    written by syira690 on 2011-11-09 in #reviews
    La Sardina Review: 5 Rules for La Sardina Wonders

    Are you ready to go out and get your best catch? Take this 35mm compact camera with you, and prepare for the La Sardina wonders!

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  • Please Don't Kill My Perfect Combination: Save X-Pro Chrome!

    written by cc-in-paris on 2013-03-06 in #lifestyle
    Please Don't Kill My Perfect Combination: Save X-Pro Chrome!

    So many cameras, so much film--how do you pick your favorite? When picking favorites, I must choose the trusty combination that ensures beautiful, wonderful photos, any time, any place: The Lomo LC-A+ and Lomography X-Pro Chrome. I must plead: please Lomography, bring back this film!

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  • Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 Suits All!

    written by tomkiddo on 2012-03-27 in #reviews
    Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 Suits All!

    I have to say, Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 is my favorite slide film. No matter what camera you use, it will still produce great photos. I have tested it with my Holga, Pentax SLR, and LomoKino and the results are beyond awesomeness!

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  • Review: Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100

    written by shuttersentinel17 on 2011-08-09 in #reviews
    Review: Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100

    Using this film is like adding an extra saturation layer, cranked to the max, in Photoshop!

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  • Lomo X-Pro Chrome : The Arrival of a Monster

    written by analogmonolog on 2011-01-04 in #reviews
    Lomo X-Pro Chrome : The Arrival of a Monster

    Lomography X-Pro Chrome is another 100 iso , 35 mm film. It's created by Lomography team for us, who love the flamboyant color produced by slide films. Some slide films give too bright color but this film however give you the nicest result - very subtle but quite surprising. Hands up for those who love surprises!! All of us love surprises right?? Using this film is like unveiling a mystery box - exciting and fun. Although it's still fresh but it give you the best result - very natural and bright colors.

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  • Flight 001 x Lomography Jet-Setter Rumble Winner Announcement

    written by kazarareta on 2009-03-03 in #competitions

    After a grueling selection of the jury, we finally come up with our 10 worthy winners in our Flight 001 x Lomography Jetsetter extended rumble - winning insane prizes from both Flight 001 and Lomography!

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  • The Purple Secret My LC-Wide's Been Hiding

    written by soundfoodaround on 2013-02-01 in #news
    The Purple Secret My LC-Wide's Been Hiding

    Do you want to know a secret? Let me just show you, because you won't believe it otherwise...

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  • Portraits of Strangers: Strangers Heart Lomo!

    written by shuttersentinel17 on 2012-04-02 in #lifestyle
    Portraits of Strangers: Strangers Heart Lomo!

    My very first attempt to focus on shooting only strangers - and not in a stalking or stealthy kind of way! Read on!

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  • Chernobyl/Prypiat: A Silent City

    written by pinkpix on 2011-11-06 in #world #locations
    Chernobyl/Prypiat: A Silent City

    September 2011, Marije (s0y) and I finally took the trip we wanted to do for so long, visit Ukraine, Kiev and in particular, the 30km exclusion zone around Chernobyl, with the ghost town of Prypiat. When I saw the bumper carts, I almost cried. Afterwards, we were exhausted; there was so much to take in. And bringing too many cameras is never a good idea. ;)

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  • Shooting in the Freezer

    written by jamiebd on 2011-08-01 in #world #locations
    Shooting in the Freezer

    The waters of Deer Bay off Elef Ringnes Island, high in the Canadian Arctic are not a natural place for humans. For much of the year they are frozen solid. And yet this is where I lived and worked, April this year.

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  • A Colorful World with Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100

    written by adi_totp on 2011-12-26 in #reviews
    A Colorful World with Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100

    Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 is the new version of Lomography X-Pro 100. I've tried Lomography X-Pro 100 and it's so blue. So what does Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 have to offer? A colorful world!

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  • DIY Splitzer for Fisheye

    written by isyraf on 2012-02-13 in #gear #tipster
    DIY Splitzer for Fisheye

    I am sure that everyone knows LCA+ and Diana F+ cameras have Splitzer as one of the accessories. But, have you ever dreamed of getting your own splitzer for Fisheye cameras? And you can get it for free! yeah, you read that, free! Just do-it-yourself your own splitzer at home.

  • Kodak Retina Reflex S: Family Values

    written by zark on 2011-12-09 in #reviews
    Kodak Retina Reflex S: Family Values

    The Retina Reflex S is a 35mm SLR built by Kodak. It's a nice smelling, heavy, full metal camera, and by any means, a classic shooter. Let me take you on a journey with this Kodak SLR camera.

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  • The Chromiacs

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-11-26 in #news
    The Chromiacs

    Ladies and gentlemen we interrupt your usual newsletter to bring you breaking news that the luminous, metallic-looking unidentified ergonomic objects that were spotted late last night over Cincinnati were, in fact, chrome cameras of the Lomographic kind! We have just learnt that they are Limited Chrome editions of your favourite plastic cameras: the Diana F+, Colorsplash, Supersampler and Fisheye 2. Collectively they are known as The Chromiacs!

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  • The Scarecrowman x Diana F+

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-02-04 in #news
    The Scarecrowman x Diana F+

    Make way for another Japanese limited exclusive! This special edition features The Scarecrowman from the Japanese animation of the same title. From the movies to your shutter-happy hands, The Scarecrowman is inching his way to your analog heart by collaborating with the medium-format darling, Diana! Hopping alongside the "Scarecrowman Diana F+":http://www.lomography.com/diana/ is a bevy of Japanese cameras and films that will keep you snapping up like crazy.

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  • Diana+ 20mm Fisheye Lens + Nikon SLR Mount Adaptor: The Creative Barrel Lens For Still Life And Landscapes

    written by uncle_jay on 2012-08-09 in #reviews
    Diana+ 20mm Fisheye Lens + Nikon SLR Mount Adaptor: The Creative Barrel Lens For Still Life And Landscapes

    When used with a film SLR, this toy lens will offer the still life or landscape photographer another creative photo option. Read on to learn why.

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  • Lomopedia: Actionsampler

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-04-29 in #reviews
    Lomopedia: Actionsampler

    Before the Supersampler and way before the LomoKino, the Lomography Actionsampler was the camera of choice by those who never wanted to miss a beat. This plastic fantastic snapper has four sequentially-operated lenses for fun-filled 35mm shots—perfect for capturing those action-packed moments!

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  • January Retail Therapy!

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-09 in #news
    January Retail Therapy!

    Don’t give in to the post-festive blues, the fun is far from over here at Lomography! To keep you from falling into a deep deal-less depression, we’re starting off the New Year with some intense retail therapy. Enjoy endorphine-rush-inducing savings on selected Lomographic goodies in our shop, starting from 10 EUR/USD to 50 EUR/USD. Plus find out how you can get a Holga Frame, Fotoclips (110) *AND* a Lomography Notebook free! And if that’s not enough, no matter how much you spend you will be rewarded with a free gift quick fix! Every customer who places an order will be rewarded with Lomography Shutter Buttons free!

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  • What Does the Sprocket Rocket Give Us When Used Inside With a Flash?

    written by fredericdith on 2013-04-09 in #reviews
    What Does the Sprocket Rocket Give Us When Used Inside With a Flash?

    I chose to bring my Sprocket Rocket along to a friend's leaving party to take some shots of the evening. Some might say that it's not the most compact of cameras, but still, it's lightweight, and and above all, takes some truly unique photos!

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  • When green becomes purple!

    written by crevans27 on 2014-05-22 in #reviews
    When green becomes purple!

    Love colour shifts? Bold, saturated colours? Read on to find out more about the Lomochrome purple... Just in case you don’t know already!

  • The Fuji Chrome T64 120 Color Explosion

    written by bloomchen on 2012-06-25 in #reviews
    The Fuji Chrome T64 120 Color Explosion

    With the Fuji T64 120 (Tungsten) film your pictures might get a great colour explosion, but you have to choose your subjects wisely. Otherwise, you will probably wonder about pale pictures like I did. As this is a great film, you should take care to achieve those great popping colours you aim for. Read on after the jump!

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  • My First Roll on the LC-Wide!

    written by coolsigg on 2011-06-23 in #reviews
    My First Roll on the LC-Wide!

    Everytime there is a new Lomography camera launch, I am very excited to find out about it. But excitement turned to disbelief when I discovered the price of the LC-Wide. It seems to be an overpriced piece of toy...

  • Minolta Hi-Matic 7s - It Sings 1966

    written by blanches_nickelodeon on 2013-06-30 in #reviews
    Minolta Hi-Matic 7s - It Sings 1966

    A classic Japanese fixed lens rangefinder from the 60's with a sharp 45mm fast lens, aperture and shutter priority mode plus manual; this is an ode to the swinging decade - It sings 1966.

  • US Cityslicker Nicolas: Nico On Wheels in the City by the Bay

    written by nicolasesc on 2012-06-21 in #lifestyle
    US Cityslicker Nicolas: Nico On Wheels in the City by the Bay

    My city is a place that’s always in motion. So, in celebration of Go Skateboard Day, I shot a LomoKino movie while skating to show what my skateboard and I see whenever we (carefully) roll down the streets of San Francisco!

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  • Konica Chrome Centuria (35mm, 200 iso) user-review

    written by ethermoon on 2008-10-29 in #reviews
    Konica Chrome Centuria (35mm, 200 iso) user-review

    Grain your Shots! Classy, lovely, and nostalgic. Talk about those wonderful ideas of giving grains in your shots!

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  • Workshop Highlights: AIESEC Student Diana F+ Workshop

    written by lomographynyc on 2012-06-01 in #news
    Workshop Highlights: AIESEC Student Diana F+ Workshop

    On Saturday, May 26th, the NYC Lomography Gallery Store in Gramercy taught a special group of university students from Baruch College how to manipulate their first medium format Diana F+ cameras. These students came through the AIESEC program from all over the world to join us in New York city! We wanted to show them the city Lomography style, and thus loaded them up with 120 film in our very own Diana F+ cameras!

  • The Creative Minds of Dharavi: Vinod and Shekar's Group

    written by abhoan on 2011-07-04 in #news
    The Creative Minds of Dharavi: Vinod and Shekar's Group

    After having introduced Emmelie Koster and her Slum Photography Contest, we are ready to follow her in her wonderful adventure. From the streets of Mumbai, she reports on meeting the children participating in the competition to distributing the cameras and Getting back the films! Read after the jump for more.

  • Classic Car Show at The Entrance, Australia

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2013-01-23 in #world #locations
    Classic Car Show at The Entrance, Australia

    Pretty much any weekend, somewhere in Australia, you will find a classic car show. These classic cars make for great lomography fun with their different colours and shapes. The owners embody the same values as we do, as analogue lovers. I was lucky enough to be able to attend this annual show held at The Entrance in the Australian state of New South Wales.

  • The Creative Minds of Dharavi: Analog Pictures By Children

    written by abhoan on 2011-07-04 in #news
    The Creative Minds of Dharavi: Analog Pictures By Children

    No Mans Art Gallery is holding a Slum Photography Contest in the slums of Dharavi with kids between 12 & 20. And what is it that makes this so special? Well it shows the unique viewpoint of these children and also brings them together giving them a aim & objective, directing towards a more productive life.