Are your double exposures looking rather pale? Here’s a quick and easy tip – just use a dark backdrop to change that!
The colour black reflects no light at all. Whereas the colour white reflects a lot of light. When doing double exposed shots you want the least amount of light to be reflected in your background.
For my double exposures I always use my navy blue bed sheet as a backdrop/background for at least ONE of my shots if not both. For example in these pictures I took pictures of my dog just on my wood floor, but for the second exposure I put the playing cards on my navy blue sheet.
But here are some examples of double exposures with a both shots on a white background
Just like the human body, the camera experiences extreme changes during the snow. For one, the power-levels are weaker, and then there's condensation being one of the camera's winter illnesses. Here are a few reminders from us for your analogue endeavors.
You’ve taken some nice Lomo’Instant snapshots and you want to share them with friends, particularly on social media. How do you make it look more awesome? Here are a couple of tips to try, using the Lomo’Instant App!
Most venues will have a huge in caps policy for "NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY" but when the only lights you have are on stage or just a light bulb in a basement or coffee shop, how do you capture a good exposure? These are the tips and tricks for shooting great photos with little to no light and no flash.
Laura Allard Fleischl is a London based photographer who uses natural light and soft backgrounds to create dreamy, sundrenched photos that are reminicent of a Californian summer. She has worked with Hunger, Elle and Vogue. We sent her a Lomo'Instant Square Glass to try out.
A lot can happen in an instant, so you have to act fast when something catches your eye. For fast and fuss-free snapshots, trust the Lomo'Instant Automat and Lomo'Instant Automat Glass to produce quick and crisp exposures!
The '90s saw the rise of independent films and cinema, and it all went as rebellious as it could get ith grunge, rock, and dark cinema. So without further ado, here are some of the '90s most beautiful frames and screen grabs that look as tasteful as a photograph.
Portrait photographer Brock Sanders has always been interested in film photography since a very young age. He experimented with the Diana F+, and speaks of the way using a different camera and ratio changed the shooting process + tips for new photographers.