Tag: typewriter

  • Play With Your Negatives

    written by newepug on 2009-03-04 #gear #tutorials
    Play With Your Negatives

    That’s right, you heard it! Sometimes it’s ok not to think too much about what camera to use, which settings you apply and the angle that you pick! Instead let your film have some fun! And certainly, there are many ways on how you can make a film enjoy such thing like this one I did.

  • Type On Negative

    written by holgardo on 2013-04-23 #gear #tutorials
    Type On Negative

    Remember the old days and the analogue sound of typewriters? With this tipster you can take your old mechanical typewriter for a Lomographic revival. Use your old mechanical typewriter to intervene on your old films.

  • American Masters: Woody Allen

    written by jeanmendoza on 2012-02-06
    American Masters: Woody Allen

    An accomplished screenwriter and director, Woody Allen has had numerous films credited to his name spanning from the 1960’s to the present. Most of his works have gotten major awards, too. Learn more about this American Master.

  • Keira Rathbone: Typewriter Artist

    written by jeanmendoza on 2012-02-01 #news #videos
    Keira Rathbone: Typewriter Artist

    Keira Rathbone is a London-based artist who works with a typewriter to create marvellous works of art. She has created portraits of icons and still life with the use of her vintage typewriter.

  • Color Me Chromatic! A Painting Typewriter!

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-12-13
    Color Me Chromatic! A Painting Typewriter!

    Antiques are often set on mantle tops or desks that are also antique. They are handled carefully, and dusted occasionally, but hardly ever used for fear of damaging it. That's why the modification done on one typewriter from the 30s stupefies us as, not only has it revitalized the old office piano but its brought two, never before paired, worlds together!

  • A Chip Off The Old Block: A Tribute to My Mother

    written by deprofundis on 2011-11-24
    A Chip Off The Old Block: A Tribute to My Mother

    I learned from her the way to enjoy every single moment, day by day, just as she did until she left. Every time I return to my hometown, there is always someone who talks to me about her and even old people call me by her name. All of them say that my mother and I look very much alike.

  • The Keaton Music Typewriter

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-12-07
    The Keaton Music Typewriter

    This rare gem, is rare indeed. It's endangered and on the verge of extinction, with less than 12 known to exist! So read on and smile as this contraption smiles back at you with it's curved white keys, reminiscent of the Cheshire Cat's grin!

  • These Sounds Ring a Bell?

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-11-22
    These Sounds Ring a Bell?

    Our guess is for some of you, yes, but for most of you these aren't the sounds of your childhood! Take a jump to yesteryear and onto our article filled with delicious analogue sounds!

  • Do You Know LomoAmiga: Oleñka Carrasco?

    written by lomographyembassyspain on 2014-02-27 #people
    Do You Know LomoAmiga: Oleñka Carrasco?

    Let us introduce you the analogical artist Oleñka Carrasco. This Thursday, she inaugurates her exhibition in Lomography Echegaray and Saturday, she offers a workshop with Lomography Spain full of creativity. Here you'll start to know a bit more about her.

  • Egg3 Café: Bunnies, Buns, and a Typewriter

    written by scrabbyknees on 2011-12-02 #places
    Egg3 Café: Bunnies, Buns, and a Typewriter

    A little gem of a find, Egg3 Café is a great place to spend your Sunday afternoon.