More Recent Articles in #tutorials

  • "Foggy Vision"

    written by zorgzorg on 2009-01-02 #gear #tutorials
    "Foggy Vision"

    Remember those blister foil packs that came with your medicine pills? Don’t throw them just yet because it will be very useful especially if you have an LC-A.

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  • Everybody Loves the Fisheye!

    written by larslau on 2009-01-02 #gear #tutorials
    Everybody Loves the Fisheye!

    The fisheye is my first camera ever - and I loved it. But after taking more than a hundred shots I realised that it wasn't the most versatile camera in the world. I thought that one could take the fisheye concept further - modify it in some way and still have the absurdity of a camera which can only take fisheye pics. At first I wanted to make a medium format fisheye - I tried to modify a Holga to have a designated fisheye lens, but it was rather hard to get the lens in focus. Then I tried to adjust the aperture and shutter speed of the fisheye which gave some very funky pictures.

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  • Pop 9 & The Holga Filter Set

    written by kylethefrench on 2008-12-31 #gear #tutorials
    Pop 9 & The Holga Filter Set

    This may be a little of an unorthodox combination because these items may not go together, but they do like you dropped your peanut butter on my chocolate and oh my chocolate is in your peanut butter style.

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  • DIY Lith Printing

    written by lovely_lena on 2008-12-29 #gear #tutorials
    DIY Lith Printing

    From time to time we are presented here at LSI with different ways of manipulating film; by peeing on it, scratching it, boiling it while putting our health at stake... but I don't think I have seen a single lab rat tips on things you can du to your prints. Most of us apparently have our own darkroom, since we can develop our own color/slide film after having peed on it, so why not show some printing tricks.

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  • Tipster Of The Day: Saturation Failure Resolved

    written by go-bot on 2008-12-28 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: Saturation Failure Resolved

    Whenever a Lomographic boredom occurs, a solution is then formulated immediately in order to supplement the creative troubles we're going through. On this state of urgency, it unexpectedly brings out the hidden brilliance in all of us and we will never be the same again.

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  • Holga CFN - How I Hate to Love You.....Your Flash That Is!

    written by the_fstops_here on 2008-12-27 #gear #tutorials
    Holga CFN - How I Hate to Love You.....Your Flash That Is!

    The Holga Affair - we're all a part of it, we love this blocky plastic camera. With each new model we awe and drool a bit and find new ways to explore our creativity. With the Holga CFN we experience new ways to blend color into our night shots and get gitty at the chance to prowl the night searching for new objects and people to shoot. If you have this camera you may have noticed that without the 6x4.5 mask the batteries which power the flash have a problem of falling out of place. I tried tape (the same electrical tape I use to decorate my Holga) but the heat of summer and the bumps and turns while riding my bike around town caused the batteries to get loose and fall out of place. I even spent a few times in the pub with the camera under my shirt trying to resituate the batteries into place without exposing the film to any light. The main problem besides the flash not working was the tape and or batteries would get in the way and block part of your film from being exposed.

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  • Beating the Credit Crunch - The Coffee Developer

    written by mattcharnock on 2008-12-25 #gear #tutorials
    Beating the Credit Crunch - The Coffee Developer

    With today’s economic crisis we need to find new ways to beat the credit crunch and, by Jove, Hanspan and I have it! Why spend tons of cash getting your films developed when you can do it really cheaply with ingredients from your own Kitchen?

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  • A Reverse Lens Technique With the Zenit SLR

    written by iamwen on 2008-12-24 #gear #tutorials
    A Reverse Lens Technique With the Zenit SLR

    Have you heard of the reverse lens technique? I got all this information from the internet which states that reverse lens technique makes your lens become a macro lens.

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  • What To Do With Empty Film Canisters

    written by somapic on 2008-12-22 #gear #tutorials
    What To Do With Empty Film Canisters

    "Holy night, busy night all is calm - I panic....allright"

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  • Tipster Of The Day: Coloured Dimensions You Can Almost Touch

    written by adi_totp on 2008-12-21 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: Coloured Dimensions You Can Almost Touch

    A Color Splash does not only emits the various spiritual forces and compulsions of its Chakras on your shots, it can also make everything you thought flat into a life-like portrait of your world.

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  • Tipster Of The Day: Infinite Encounters Of The Plastic Kind

    written by artpunk on 2008-12-14 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: Infinite Encounters Of The Plastic Kind

    Using film cameras at this time and age is already enough to alienate the person sitting next to us that it will instantly give an impression about us not being ahead of the modern world and still have a lot of things to cope with.

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  • 220 Redscale For The Lubitel+

    written by mephisto19 on 2008-12-13 #gear #tutorials
    220 Redscale For The Lubitel+

    We all love Lomo Redscale film, no question. And with the release of it, people asked if there will be a 120- redscale. Most probably not. It is not possible to shoot through the paper back, you would have to turn the film around during production (so maybe sometime in the future?).

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  • Learning to Count With The Pop 9

    written by mephisto19 on 2008-12-11 #gear #tutorials
    Learning to Count With The Pop 9

    Looking at my Pop9 and its nine shots I thought about creating numbers like on a dice. I grabbed some black tape, taped some of the lenses and asked a friend to show some numbers with her fingers. I tried different tapings for the same numbers and called this series "learning to count". If you want to count till nine, please have a look at the shots below!

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  • Extending the Photo Dimension When Double Exposing

    written by breakphreak on 2008-12-11 #gear #tutorials
    Extending the Photo Dimension When Double Exposing

    Shoot from the hip, but mind the composition guidelines. Sometimes you really know to appreciate a pic that has a foreground and a background, a pic that emphasizes the spicy dominant object from the numerous secondary details, a pic that carries a story of its own etc.

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  • Tipster Of The Day: Dodgy Little Piece Of Black Metal

    written by mephisto19 on 2008-12-07 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: Dodgy Little Piece Of Black Metal

    Sometimes it is good to be reminded of the most simplest things you can still do that you might have overlooked. Since the stress of those various complexities in our analogue life can be unbearable that it is such a breath of fresh hair when you try to confront and revisit the basics we used to know...

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  • A 35mm Effect on Medium Format Film!

    written by riki_87 on 2008-12-05 #gear #tutorials
    A 35mm Effect on Medium Format Film!

    This tip consists of creating a 35mm effect in while using medium format film. What you will need is a piece of a 35mm film exposed - but without nothing on the film, something to fix the film with, some medium format film and of course a camera as well.

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  • Masked Supersampler

    written by zulupt on 2008-12-02 #gear #tutorials
    Masked Supersampler

    Use a paper mask to create a different photo or minimovie, the following modification is temporary and you can take it off anytime you like. The process is simple but it takes a little bit of patience and a steady hand to do it.

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  • Tipster Of The Day: From The Ground Up

    written by champi on 2008-11-30 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: From The Ground Up

    Out of excitement upon taking your self-portrait, it seems like you got yourself entangled helplessly with that 10-meter cable release you just bought that it's impossible for you to get out of it now. Spare yourself from this embarrassment and let your toes do the job for you the next time around. How so? read on...

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  • Pop 9 - Multiple Images

    written by superlighter on 2008-11-29 #gear #tutorials
    Pop 9 - Multiple Images

    I was bored with always having 9 identical images from my Pop 9 camera and while waiting for a new POP 9+ camera that allows multiple exposures I had the idea of making a multiple exposure film playing with some black tape to darken some of the 9 lenses. The greatest difficulty is to reload the film so that the second exposure matches in the best way possible the first one to recreate the usual 3x3 image grid.

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  • The Lubitel + With 220 Film

    written by mephisto19 on 2008-11-27 #gear #tutorials
    The Lubitel + With 220 Film

    We all know that new Lubitel 166+ takes both 120 and 35mm films. But I have tried 220 film and it works too! 220 films are longer 120 films, but without the protecting paper. You can shoot twice as many images, but you have to do something about the red window on the back of the camera, because as the paper-protection is missing from the film, your shots will be nothing if you don’t cover it. But this creates another problem, how far should you advance the film? That is another technique. You just guess how far to forward the film, so you'll get lots of overlapping images!

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  • Tipster Of The Day: Hot Chocolate For The Lomographic Soul

    written by grad on 2008-11-23 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: Hot Chocolate For The Lomographic Soul

    Instead of ending up stuck inside your bedroom while you snug your favourite pillow under the sheets today, why not turn off that heater, put on some thermal gloves and don't forget to load a roll of film into your LC-A because...

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  • Tipster Of The Day: The Superwide Samplerama

    written by koebold on 2008-11-16 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: The Superwide Samplerama

    These dynamic shots we always get from these various multi-lensed cameras such as the Supersampler that can freeze-frame your time and space into four sequential analogue duplicates and rendering them as if it was a very short and sweet two-second Lomographic daydream...

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  • Tipster Of The Day: Multiple Fader Deluxe

    written by bearncze on 2008-11-09 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: Multiple Fader Deluxe

    On taking snapshots, you always rely on whatever there is your immediate surroundings has and it is up to your own intuition to decide when is the right time to press that shutter button of the camera you fully trust, hoping that it will faithfully reproduced as exactly as what you saw in your viewfinder. (Un)fortunately, this is not the case with this camera...

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  • Tipster Of The Day: I Flash You, You Split Me.

    written by breakphreak on 2008-11-02 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: I Flash You, You Split Me.

    For some regions are already experiencing heavy monsoons on a daily basis while to some who are living on the other hemisphere of the globe are starting to feel the first chill of autumn to sweep on their lovely cheeks.

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  • Tipster Of The Day: My Pet Fish Is Dyslexic

    written by vicuna on 2008-10-26 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: My Pet Fish Is Dyslexic

    Multi-exposures, nine-framed repeating images, panoramic sequential shots, Splitzerised visions, half-framed snapshots... and yes, you've done it all.

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  • A Lubitel+ Masterclass: Not Just a Flash in the Pan

    written by ouroborosx on 2008-10-25 #gear #tutorials
    A Lubitel+ Masterclass:  Not Just a Flash in the Pan

    Welcome to another "Lubitel 166+":http://www.lomography.com/lubitel/ "masterclass."

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  • Tipster Of The Day: Can You Release My Cable?

    written by thisbmikev on 2008-10-19 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: Can You Release My Cable?

    On taking photos at low light conditions especially at night when long exposures are inevitable they say to hold your breath, let your index finger depress the shutter button and just wait for your LC-A's second click.

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  • Love & Sprockets: A Lubitel 166+ Masterclass

    written by ouroborosx on 2008-10-13 #gear #tutorials
    Love & Sprockets:  A Lubitel 166+ Masterclass

    There is something so exciting about shooting 35mm film through a medium format camera when the sprocket holes on the film are exposed. The Diana+ can do it courtesy of the 35mm back. And with some tape and foam and rubber-bands you can Macgyver something effective on some other cameras. But I’ve never used a camera that shoots 35mm film through the sprocket holes with the quality and control of the Lomo Lubitel 166+.

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  • Tipster Of The Week: With Or Without Lubikin

    written by janisthewanis on 2008-10-12 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Week: With Or Without Lubikin

    By now, you must have heard of the new king of Lomotown- the Lubitel 166+ made its debut recently together with his faithful assistant, the very optimistic Lubikin which exclusively is in charge on any of the camera's internal 35mm affairs thus making the Lubitel a very un-modern but hip, bi-format twin lens reflex camera of its kind.

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  • Introducing Lubitel+ Masterclasses: Mandi’s Film Speed Effects - Part 1!

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-10-11 #gear #tutorials
    Introducing Lubitel+ Masterclasses: Mandi’s Film Speed Effects - Part 1!

    100 ASA

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