The Bronica ETRsi is one solid medium format beast but how does it perform when coupled with a 35mm back? Not the normal 35mm back but the wide version…the 135W (very rare!) back!
What happens when a 120mm camera gets coupled with a wide 35mm back? Top that up with a metered prism and all I can say is that you’ll get endless fun with the set up.
Using the pano format back means you will (or rather…might) need to have frame lines on the focusing (if you bother about composition). You can find some of the focusing screens for 35mm backs on eBay or simply draw lines on the focusing screen with a marker pen. Of course it won’t look as neat as the 35mm screens, but hey, it works as well. :)
New York City does, in fact, never sleep. Because it's always skating. The skate culture here is still very much alive and so are the people following the decks across the skate park with their wide-angle-lenses.
Equipped with bags full of Lomography Film, five US-based photographers took off to explore the streets of Mexico City through their lenses. We're sharing their results, thoughts and impressions one by one. Last but not least, Mexico-born Christian Linares takes us back to his roots.
Zayira Ray is a New York City-based student of photography with a special love for out of the ordinary portraiture. Her photographs not only try to capture the beauty of a person but tell their story. In this article, Zayira takes our new Petzval 55 mm f/1.7 MKII through its paces.
UK-based photographer Flore Diamant has carved out a career photographing bands, festivals, places and people. She shoots predominantly with film and has a totally unique approach which makes her work stand out from the crowd. We talked to Flore about making it in a difficult industry.
Now that you've set up your very own LomoMod N°1 camera, it's time to take some pictures! Here are two tips that you should try on your indoor and nighttime photo walks — flash photography and long exposures.
Photographer Justin Rose, who works for the popular street photography Instagram account, Street Honey, shot some Lomography film on a recent road trip along the West Coast. Check out the results here.