Tag: image

  • Secrets to a Great Multiple Exposure Revealed!

    written by paperplanepilot on 2011-02-19 in #gear #tipster
    Secrets to a Great Multiple Exposure Revealed!

    Multiple exposures or MX is one of the main highlights of lomography. It's fun, creative and often ends up with mind-blowing results. But it's not just all about pressing your shutter more than once. There are also some technical tips that you must keep in mind. This guide is filled with guidelines to help both newbie and the semi-newbie lomographers alike to get that perfect MX shot.

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  • DearPhotograph: Photographs Are Like Memories

    written by thewretched on 2011-07-12 in #lifestyle
    DearPhotograph: Photographs Are Like Memories

    What you see is never quite what was actually there. Colors and contracts are false, light leaks erase parts of the scene. With time, photos - just like memories - can fade completely.

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  • Self-FilmSwap with Lomography Supersampler

    written by snailish on 2012-09-28 in #gear #tipster
    Self-FilmSwap with Lomography Supersampler

    If you're a user of film cameras, I am sure that you have already experienced multiple exposures, either by using the MX button on the cameras or just taking multiple shots. Otherwise, take one roll of finished film and put it in to the diffrent camera, or swap with other Lomographers. This tipster is one of the way to do it yourself, simple way to try.

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  • Filters for the Horizon

    written by morning-rain on 2011-06-05 in #gear #tipster
    Filters for the Horizon

    Your normal photos too colorless and dull? Even the panoramic format of the pictures can't bring out the photos? Why not just combine it with a filter? With a filter, the sky's the limit, and the pictures will contain a magical touch!

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  • Filters for the Horizon

    written by morning-rain on 2011-06-07 in #gear #tipster
    Filters for the Horizon

    Your normal photos too colorless and dull? Even the panoramic format of the pictures can't bring out the photos? Why not just combine it with a filter? With a filter, the sky's the limit, and the pictures will contain a magical touch!