Tag: 35mm film

  • Fuji Velvia 100 - A Film for Dreamers!

    written by muddymire on 2011-07-07 in #reviews
    Fuji Velvia 100 - A Film for Dreamers!

    Fuji Velvia 100, a 35mm slide film first produced in 2005, is unarguably one of the most popular films amongst budding analog photographers today. And quite rightly so -- when used in the right conditions with the right camera, the film produces stunning images unparalleled by any other.

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  • How 35mm Film is Developed and Printed

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-01-16 in #news
    How 35mm Film is Developed and Printed

    If you've ever wondered about the journey your film goes through once you take it to the lab, you're in for a treat! PetaPixel shares with us some behind the scenes photos showing how 35mm film is developed and printed in local labs! Read on and feed your curiosity!

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  • The Surprise Pack 35: Mystery Revealed!!

    written by wonderdude on 2011-04-25 in #lifestyle
    The Surprise Pack 35: Mystery Revealed!!

    It’s an Analogue Lifestyle shopping review! You blindly give the online Lomography Shop your money; in return, they send “their choice” of five 35mm film rolls. You don't know exactly what you get until you open the box.

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  • Disderi 3 Lens Robot Camera – The Cutest Camera Ever

    written by tessaj on 2010-05-13 in #reviews
    Disderi 3 Lens Robot Camera – The Cutest Camera Ever

    Isn't it the cutest camera you've ever seen? For me, it was love at first sight, I just had to buy it. I figured out that even if the pictures would be terrible, the camera would still be useful as an interior object because of its looks. Fortunately, I found out that the pictures turn gorgeous as well... and surprisingly shaped.

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  • Diana F+ with the Diana+ 35mm Back

    written by cararah on 2011-03-21 in #reviews
    Diana F+ with the Diana+ 35mm Back

    For the lovers of the Diana F+ and 35mm film. Before you rejoice and appreciate the Diana+ 35mm Back for blessing us Diana fans with a chance at shooting those dreamy and vintage looking pictures on 35mm film, make sure you're fully educated with the differences between 120 and 35mm film so you can make a better judgment when shooting on your Diana F+ with the 35mm Back.

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  • 35mm Film – Why Did I Ever Stop?

    written by easilydistracted on 2010-07-27 in #lifestyle
    35mm Film – Why Did I Ever Stop?

    Rhianne Moore is a Lomography enthusiast and a blogger who was asked by a friend why she started shooting film. And after a lot of thought, she began to question herself on why did she ever stop in the first place? Join her as she muses on the wonders of analogue and 35mm!

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  • Tipster of the Week: Five Rolls of Surprises

    written by scapegoat on 2009-10-11 in #gear #tipster
    Tipster of the Week: Five Rolls of Surprises

    Just as everyone is having a break from the Lomo LC-A Race, our two participants from the North American team chose to do something very exciting than to take a break in the pit stop and they're here this week to tell us more about it!

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  • Colourize It!

    written by maximum_b on 2009-12-29 in #gear #tipster
    Colourize It!

    Here's a neat tip on how to make your Black & White images look like sexy colourful X-pro shots!

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  • Zenit E: The Sturdy Metal Heart of Russian Photography

    written by reminator on 2012-07-05 in #reviews
    Zenit E: The Sturdy Metal Heart of Russian Photography

    The Zenit E, one of Russia's first and finest! The well-known Russian tank, a camera with a cold, metal heart. You have got your hands on one of these fine babies but how do you load/unload your film, what lenses do you need, or does it even work properly?! I hope most of you will know how to get along with their Russian friend after reading this guide!

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  • Film Archiving: Don’t Throw Your Lomo Boxes Away!

    written by lucretia on 2011-08-18 in #gear #tipster
    Film Archiving: Don’t Throw Your Lomo Boxes Away!

    Fellow Lomographers, it’s time to think inside the box! Every Lomography product comes in a funky looking box, neatly packed for your satisfaction! Don’t throw those Lomo boxes away, they will come in handy later on.

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  • Blow It Up: Convert Your Konstruktor into an Enlarger

    written by themindseye on 2013-10-03 in #gear #tipster
    Blow It Up: Convert Your Konstruktor into an Enlarger

    Shoot with your Konstruktor by day, then print photographic enlargements with the SAME Konstruktor by night! Yes, you can do it. Some basic camera modifications, coupled with some common camera accessories, and PRESTO! You can have your own DIY darkroom in your home.

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  • Rollei 35

    written by maddographer on 2011-03-12 in #reviews
    Rollei 35

    This sturdy little vintage camera has a lot to offer. The Rollei 35 is a metal 35mm film camera with a variety of manual settings including film type, shutter speed, lens focusing, film ISO, and aperture setting with an easy-to-read light meter. It also works with a tripod, external flash, and cable release.

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  • Zenit E: Shutter Curtain Repairs

    written by reminator on 2012-07-20 in #gear #tipster
    Zenit E: Shutter Curtain Repairs

    Getting half overexposed or simply way overexposed film back from the lab? It's time for an inspection, your Zenit is most likely suffering from old age!

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  • Diana Mini, Queen of Hearts

    written by cornborn on 2011-03-15 in #reviews
    Diana Mini, Queen of Hearts

    She's more than just a miniature version of her sister, the Diana F+. Rather, she's everybody's darling and a true keeper. Read on after the jump to learn what's so special about this little camera.

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  • Freelensing with the Konstruktor

    written by lomographyberlin on 2013-10-23 in #gear #tipster
    Freelensing with the Konstruktor

    Freelensing is an awesome experimental technique that can give your photos a beautiful tilt-shift effect - all you need is an SLR camera with a removable lens. And - as I was happy to figure out recently, it doesn't need to be an expensive SLR camera... it works with the Konstruktor, too!

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  • When it comes to Lomography, Cheap is always best!

    written by pushkar on 2011-03-27 in #reviews
    When it comes to Lomography, Cheap is always best!

    Lucky Super 200 -- An amazing 35mm Colour film for the price!

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  • Shooting High Speed with Diana F+

    written by ilovemydiana on 2009-07-29 in #gear #tipster
    Shooting High Speed with Diana F+

    If you have discovered the wonders of the 35mm Diana Back, I'm sure you have also come across a bump or two in the road along the way, especially if you do not scan your own negatives. Now, after months and months of using this convenient contraption, I have discovered its quirks and, in discovering these, how to work around them!

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  • Fujichrome MS Xpro (100-1000) - Life with yellow

    written by iaki on 2011-02-23 in #reviews
    Fujichrome MS Xpro (100-1000) - Life with yellow

    A slide film that brings nice surprises in yellow when the cross-processed.

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  • Simple Storage For Your Rolls of Film

    written by sickybillis on 2011-08-20 in #gear #tipster
    Simple Storage For Your Rolls of Film

    If you're anything like me you're a clutterer. Clutter, mess, and general untidiness seems to accumulate everywhere I go. No matter how hard I try to avoid it I'm always doomed to be the opposite of neat and tidy. However, I'm striking back at fate as I've come up with a quick, simple way to store my rolls of film and express my love of movies while re-appropriating some old VHS boxes.

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  • DNP Centuria 100 Review

    written by shafie_suleiman on 2011-08-15 in #reviews
    DNP Centuria 100 Review

    People always ask, what does DNP stand for? To me, it means, "Dreamy Natural Picture." Haha! Well, its my favorite film anyway. Why do I like this film very much?

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  • Smena 35

    written by anysomething on 2009-03-19 in #reviews
    Smena 35

    Smenas are the most fun cameras I ever used. I used it during the day only because of the darky apperture (F4). For a whole year it's been my carrying camera, I had a Smena 35 in my backpack everyday.

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  • Ricoh FF 1

    written by snisko on 2008-11-26 in #reviews
    Ricoh FF 1

    I found this little compact beauty in a shop for used cameras. I paid 200 swedish kronas for it, approximately 20 euros. It turned out to be worth every penny!

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  • Bratz - Not Just For Bratz

    written by blue-dog on 2010-03-26 in #reviews
    Bratz - Not Just For Bratz

    Whether you love Bratz or a part of Team Barbie, this camera is sure an interesting one to look for!

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  • Holga 135 BC: The Masked Queen

    written by pinkpix on 2011-11-30 in #reviews
    Holga 135 BC: The Masked Queen

    It's a semi accidental purchase, but now obviously one of my favourites. I try to drag her along as much as possible. Also, if you have a limited budget but still want to buy a new analog camera, then you should definitely consider this Holga.

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  • Ferrania Solaris 200: Cheap, But Comes with Wonderful Colors

    written by kleeblatt on 2012-02-27 in #reviews
    Ferrania Solaris 200: Cheap, But Comes with Wonderful Colors

    Ferrarnia Solaris 200 is a color negative film that you can get for little money, but comes with wonderful colors. Read more about the film after the jump!

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  • Diana+ 35mm Back

    written by lucretia on 2011-06-27 in #reviews
    Diana+ 35mm Back

    The Diana 35mm Back is definitely the most practical accessory for your Diana camera. Not only you will benefit from the smaller price of buying and scanning 35mm films, but also from the versatility of this amazing Diana accessory.

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  • The Diana 20mm Fisheye Lens

    written by lucretia on 2011-06-09 in #reviews
    The Diana 20mm Fisheye Lens

    The Diana 20mm Fisheye Lens is the perfect accessory for your Diana camera! With versatility as its best quality, the Diana 20mm Fisheye Lens will blow your mind with great shots. You will be amazed by what this small Lomography accessory can do!

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  • The Minolta X-700: A 35mm Reflex Dream

    written by netsrik on 2009-11-05 in #reviews
    The Minolta X-700: A 35mm Reflex Dream

    This is the story about my love affair with the Minolta X-700; a beautiful Japanese 35mm single-lens reflex camera. But looks aren't everything (I hear you think), thank god she can make great pictures too, with a little help from myself! Sharp, vibrant, amazing depth of field and I can go on and on and on and on...

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  • Follow the Leader: Sticky Tape Film Recovery

    written by themindseye on 2013-08-08 in #gear #tipster
    Follow the Leader: Sticky Tape Film Recovery

    Recover that lost film leader in 2 minutes for less than $2. Sure there are some great commercial products for retrieving a lost film leader, but what if you can't wait for a FedEx delivery? What if your vacation memories will be ruined due to a lost leader? Never fear, retrieval is but some sticky tape away.

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  • Agfa CT Precisa 35mm

    written by russheath on 2011-07-22 in #reviews
    Agfa CT Precisa 35mm

    Agfa CT Precisa is a classic emulsion full of tasty color that crosses to green filled blues and contrasty reds! I've had mixed experiences with this old slide film, and I present them to you so you can decide -- is this THE classic slide film?

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