• Making a LomoKino Video on Ubuntu

    written by tyron_lannister on 2012-02-02 #gear #tutorials
    Making a LomoKino Video on Ubuntu

    To edit a video made with LomoKino, we have seen that it is not difficult for owners of Windows or Apple computers. But what about for those who don't have one or the other? Friends of Ubuntu, this little guide is for you (the software is in Italian I hope that the information is correct for their menus in English).

  • Review: Agfa APX 25 ASA

    written by tyron_lannister on 2011-12-20 #gear
    Review: Agfa APX 25 ASA

    Anyone entering the world of lomography, it needs to know, to understand, to seek their own style, their own way ... How can do all this? By dint of experience, continuing to do tests or just "eating" rolls as if they were peanuts! And 'that's how I fell in my hands to try a 25 ASA ... How can you resist!

  • Project #1: A Vacation with My Disposable

    written by tyron_lannister on 2011-12-11 #places
    Project #1: A Vacation with My Disposable

    I was thinking that after so many trials, after exploring a very small part of the Lomography world, it is time to focus on specific projects, and this is the first, based on the golden rules, particularly, "Do not think, Shoot!"

  • Holga 120N: Sound of Shots

    written by tyron_lannister on 2011-12-07 #gear
    Holga 120N: Sound of Shots

    It was all the fault of user troch and his beautiful shots. It was the straw that broke the camel's back. My curiosity was piqued and so the hunt began. My prey? Holga 120N, a must have to complete the trilogy of the toy camera room.

  • Class of '74: The Best!

    written by tyron_lannister on 2011-09-06
    Class of '74: The Best!

    The simple life in a little country village, a father who was an amateur photographer, and a great desire to smile. What more could you ask for? This is my childhood, in analogue.

  • Venice and the Biennale

    written by tyron_lannister on 2011-08-20 #places
    Venice and the Biennale

    The Art Biennial of Venice for our little family, is an event that we absolutely must attend, and this year in particular, is my first serious opportunity to go "analog" there. A romantic weekend full of art!