Tag: stop

  • Back to Basics: Stop It Up, Stop It Down

    written by adam_g2000 on 2012-04-18 in #gear #tipster
    Back to Basics: Stop It Up, Stop It Down

    When you start in film photography, you may be suprised to be constantly told to 'stop' it. This isn't us being mean, it's a fundamental of photography.

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  • Lomography x MTV EXIT: Snap, Share and Stop! comment rumble

    written by tattso on 2010-05-07 in #competitions
    Lomography x MTV EXIT: Snap, Share and Stop! comment rumble

    Lomography is thrilled to announce “Snap, Share and Stop!” a joint competition with MTV EXIT - the global campaign to stop human trafficking and exploitation . If you had the chance, what global problem would you stop from happening? We are inviting you to share your snaps and encourage others to comment/vote on your photos – we will pick the winners by the most commented/voted submissions!

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  • Super Selfies: Should I Take More, or I Should I Stop?

    written by sprofishgel on 2012-03-30 in #lifestyle
    Super Selfies: Should I Take More, or I Should I Stop?

    Who should we love best? Ourselves, of course! We should love ourselves for what we do, for what we are, for what the mirror shows, and us by us…in the picture I mean! Put fears aside and be…narcissists!

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  • Simply Put: Bikes

    written by plesaleza on 2011-05-30 in #lifestyle
    Simply Put: Bikes

    It's like riding a bicycle... or taking a picture... it'll last longer.Truly there isn't anything quite like riding a bicycle, as far as I know. You learn it eventually, and usually and well you sometimes get off that bike for years, no reason to ride your bike where you live sometimes. You get back on that bike years later, you just know how to do it, how to get those wheels rolling. That's not really the point though.

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  • The Holga Mod: Modifying the Aperture Settings

    written by urban_spacegirl on 2012-04-03 in #gear #tipster
    The Holga Mod: Modifying the Aperture Settings

    If you are a hardcore Holga fan or have already taken the time to look up some sites featuring Holga mods and hacks (or to take apart your camera for that matter), you will know that the Holga, despite sporting a switch for two different aperture settings for sunny and cloudy conditions, only features one aperture. This is due to the fact that switching from cloudy to sunny causes an arm to slide in front of the lens opening, the area of the hole on that arm (which is supposed to allow less light in) is larger than that of the aperture; i.e. the amount of light remains the same.

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  • LomoKino: Charming and Interesting!

    written by shuttersentinel17 on 2011-12-22 in #reviews
    LomoKino: Charming and Interesting!

    Could the LomoKino be the missing piece to unleash the Spielberg and Cameron in all of us?

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  • Solitaire

    written by disdis on 2009-09-13 in #world #locations
    Solitaire

    Where you can find life in the middle of the desert and the thirsty car finally breathes.

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  • My LomoKino and Me: First Impressions from a Videographer

    written by lomographysf on 2012-02-07 in #reviews
    My LomoKino and Me: First Impressions from a Videographer

    Nicolas of the Lomography Gallery Store San Francisco is a Lomography lover and a film student. When he heard about the LomoKino, he began to salivate... When at last he had the LomoKino in his hands, it was pure joy. Here he shares his first experiences with the incredible LomoKino!

  • Lafayette Hillside Memorial

    written by floriansimon on 2010-05-01 in #world #locations
    Lafayette Hillside Memorial

    The Lafayette Hillside Memorial is a collection of crosses, a protest against war as well as a memorial for the US Troops killed in Iraq.

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  • Workshop Highlights: 'Color By Numbers' LomoKino Workshop

    written by lomographysg on 2012-07-10 in #news
    Workshop Highlights: 'Color By Numbers' LomoKino Workshop

    "Snap! Move! Snap! Move!" Equipped with only a LomoKino and Arts & Crafts materials, we can slowly but surely create interesting stop-motion movies! Here was what happened during our first "Color By Numbers" Stop-Motion LomoKino Workshop which took place at the Lomography Gallery Store Singapore!