Tag: accessory

  • Diana F+ with the Diana+ 35mm Back

    written by cararah on 2011-03-21 #gear
    Diana F+ with the Diana+ 35mm Back

    For the lovers of the Diana F+ and 35mm film. Before you rejoice and appreciate the Diana+ 35mm Back for blessing us Diana fans with a chance at shooting those dreamy and vintage looking pictures on 35mm film, make sure you're fully educated with the differences between 120 and 35mm film so you can make a better judgment when shooting on your Diana F+ with the 35mm Back.

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  • Belairgon 114mm Lens: Give Your Belair the Lens it Deserves

    written by vicuna on 2013-06-19 #gear
    Belairgon 114mm Lens: Give Your Belair the Lens it Deserves

    The Belair 6x12 camera is truly a surprising and beautiful camera. The 2 lenses that come with the camera are made out of plastic, and even if Lomographers are used to plastic lenses, I had the impression that something was missing for achieving great shots with the Belair 6x12. And then appeared the word "Belairgon": 2 brand new 90mm and 114mm glass lenses made specially for the Belair 6x12 camera. I knew that I found what I was looking for!

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  • Fritz the Blitz Flash Review

    written by spectre on 2011-10-10 #gear
    Fritz the Blitz Flash Review

    Using 35mm film with ISO 400 and the Fischer’s Fritze La Sardina Camera, I'm went to test out Fritz the Blitz Flash capability and iron out the bugs along the way!

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  • Tunnel Vision Lens

    written by larslau on 2010-01-13 #gear
    Tunnel Vision Lens

    The tunnel vision lens is my favorite accessory. It is always attached to my LC-A+. And it will not only broaden your photographic horizon, but also add a soulful blur to your images.

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  • Exposure Perfection with the Sekonic L 508 Light Meter

    written by highdesertdan on 2012-08-02 #gear
    Exposure Perfection with the Sekonic L 508 Light Meter

    Say good bye to shutter speed and f/stop guess work with the help of one of the finest light meters available, the Sekonic L508. When you have a fully manual camera without a meter and you want absolutely predictable exposures, you need to go with a light meter that nails it every time.

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  • 120 Squares to 35mm Chunks

    written by natalieerachel on 2011-07-20 #gear
    120 Squares to 35mm Chunks

    After seeing so many amazing photos taken with the Diana and it's 35mm back, I wanted to try it out for myself!

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  • Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide Lens: The Best Friend Your 35mm Back Can Have

    written by carlota_nonnumquam on 2012-04-09 #gear
    Diana+ 38mm Super-Wide Lens: The Best Friend Your 35mm Back Can Have

    Having done some research I knew that when buying the Diana+ 35mm Back I should also buy the 38mm Super-Wide Lens. After trying both together my advice is: if you are going to shoot 35mm film on your Diana, you really can't go by without this wonderful lens!

  • The Camera Bag with a Secret Surprise!

    written by rrohe on 2012-02-28 #gear
    The Camera Bag with a Secret Surprise!

    Here's a review in which our hero finds himself the perfect camera bag for lomo outings. Read on to find out more about this camera bag!

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  • The New Lomography DigitaLIZA Scanning Masks - Now Available for 120 Format, too!

    written by shhquiet on 2010-08-13 #news
    The New Lomography DigitaLIZA Scanning Masks - Now Available for 120 Format, too!

    Scanning unique Lomography formats is made more convenient with the help of the new Lomography DigitaLIZA Scanning Masks! Now available in both 35mm and 120 formats, they hold your negatives in place and make it possible to easily scan panoramas and overlapping exposures!

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  • Lomopedia: Diana Instant Back+

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-07-01 #gear
    Lomopedia: Diana Instant Back+

    Always wanted to take instant photographs but don't own a Polaroid? Experience instant gratification with the Diana Instant Back+ for your Diana+ or Diana F+ cameras! Get dreamy, lo-fi Diana photos and watch them develop in your hands in a few seconds!

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  • Lomopedia: LC-A LC-Wide Instant Back+

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-06-20 #gear
    Lomopedia: LC-A LC-Wide Instant Back+

    Who says you need a Polaroid to take pretty instant photos? Experience instant Lomo LC-A and LC-Wide gratification with the Instant Back+! Simply attach it to the back of your camera, load it with Fuji Instax Mini film and see your vintage-looking and vignetted photos develop right before your eyes!

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  • Lomopedia: Lomography Ringflash

    written by denisesanjose on 2013-06-22 #gear
    Lomopedia: Lomography Ringflash

    For professional-looking portraits and brilliant bursts of color, the Lomography Ringflash is your top bet. This external light source completely surrounds your camera's lens and flashes perfectly even light onto your subject so you know you’ll get fantastic photos with a distinct quality in every shot!

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  • The Lomo LC-A Book Review

    written by pvalyk on 2012-02-21 #gear
    The Lomo LC-A Book Review

    Everything you ever wanted to know about Lomography and the iconic Lomo LC-A is in this book. Get it, put it in your library, and enjoy it!