Tag: project

  • Lomographers' Print Exchange — A Community Project Recap

    written by systemdevice on 2019-04-09 #culture #news
    Lomographers' Print Exchange — A Community Project Recap

    Last year @systemdevice started a print exchange project within the Lomographic Community. Read more about the participants' experiences and thoughts about the project... and maybe you would also want to participate in the next print exchange?

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  • DIY Project: Film Canister as Flash Diffuser

    written by nicx on 2011-10-10 #gear #tutorials
    DIY Project: Film Canister as Flash Diffuser

    As most of us know, photography can be an expensive but a very rewarding endeavor. The economy today tells us that we have to do our part and learn the 3 R's. We all need to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Here is a simple DIY project using a film canister.

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  • Analogue Girl About Town: DIY Filters for Bokeh Shapes

    written by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-01-23 #gear #tutorials
    Analogue Girl About Town: DIY Filters for Bokeh Shapes

    This week on Analogue Girl About Town, I thought I’d show you some of the nighttime bokeh photos I've taken of the LA skyline from some of the best spots in the city and write a tutorial on how to make homemade bokeh filters.

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  • Polaroid One Step: Don't Mind if I Do

    written by strangelilgirl on 2010-04-24 #gear
    Polaroid One Step: Don't Mind if I Do

    The Polaroid One Step close-up camera takes 600 film, has a built in flash (which you have the option of not using), 2 distance settings (2 - 4 feet or 4 feet - infinity), and an optional darken/lighten setting. I was given this camera as a hand-me-down gift from my boyfriend's mom who--sadly, like so many folks these days--has gone digital. But one person's trash is often another person's analogue treasure!

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  • Ilford Sportsman 300 Review from My 30 Weeks, 30 Cams Project

    written by bloomchen on 2012-03-30 #gear
    Ilford Sportsman 300 Review from My 30 Weeks, 30 Cams Project

    This is the review of the camera I used in the first week of my "30 Weeks, 30 Cams Project": the Ilford Sportsman 300. I found this camera on eBay for € 2.49. I didn't know anything about it but thought the name is somehow funny and it would be a nice camera to start the project with. So here is my review about the handling of the camera.

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  • How to make 3D Stereographic Images

    written by gabgallant on 2013-05-17 #gear #tutorials
    How to make 3D Stereographic Images

    I made 3D stereographic images using 2 disposable cameras and duct tape. Once shot, I easily made them into a moving image using photoshop. Originally for a class presentation.

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  • Waiting For the Film Fairy: FREE FILM : USA Is Headed to NYC

    written by sragomo on 2019-11-18 #news
    Waiting For the Film Fairy: FREE FILM : USA Is Headed to NYC

    Did you know that there's a converted mobile darkroom Airstream trailer crossing the US and giving out free film? It's Neil Hamamoto's project FREE FILM: USA. Learn more about the project and sign up for our special giveaway to win Lomography film and your own magazine feature.

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  • Lost Kids by Enzo Iriarte

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-01-31 #people
    Lost Kids by Enzo Iriarte

    You already had a pleasure of meeting this talented photographer through our Interview, but this time he prepared something completely new. Stay tuned.

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  • 30 Weeks, 30 Cams: Week 2, Minox 35 EL

    written by bloomchen on 2012-04-11 #gear
    30 Weeks, 30 Cams: Week 2, Minox 35 EL

    After testing the Ilford Sportsman 300S in week 1 and being pretty satified with it, I tested the Minox 35 EL I got for €2.49 from eBay in week 2. This one I got from eBay too, but I paid more for it. I didn´t know anything about it but I noticed it the first time bccbarbosa had some nice shots uploaded, taken using one of the tiny Minox 35 series. That was my motivation to buy it.

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  • Lomography and Skateistan: Analogue love for Afghanistan’s first skate school

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-06-22 #news
    Lomography and Skateistan: Analogue love for Afghanistan’s first skate school

    In order to introduce kids at Skateistan, Afghanistan’s first skate school, to the wonderful world of analogue photography, we’ve donated nearly 40 cameras, film and books to the project. We’re hoping the donation will make a real, positive and lasting difference to the lives of Skateistan’s students and, judging by the first analogue photos, the cameras have already been a success! Read on for more information on this unique partnership.

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  • Justin Quinnell Teaches Kids the Wonders of Pinhole Photography

    written by jeanmendoza on 2012-04-29
    Justin Quinnell Teaches Kids the Wonders of Pinhole Photography

    We have featured pinhole photographer Justin Quinnell a couple of times here on the Magazine. This time, we'll be looking at the results on one of his projects wherein he taught kids about pinhole photography. See the images and what the pinhole wizard has to say after the break.

  • Travelling in Analogue with Camper Obscura

    2017-06-03 #news
    Travelling in Analogue with Camper Obscura

    Camper Obscura set up a vintage van as a mobile camera obscura with the aim to visit communities around the South West of the UK, delivering photography workshops & events to schools and colleges. We gave them an LC-Wide to document their fantastic journey helping people engage with photography.

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  • DIY Project #9: Create Your Own Striped T-Shirt

    written by ilkadj on 2012-07-29 #news
    DIY Project #9: Create Your Own Striped T-Shirt

    Along with our La Sardina DIY camera we’d like to present several DIY projects to inspire you. Our seventh project is a fashionable tutorial on how to make your own striped shirt by Sophie Pester and Catharina Bruns from Supercraft.

  • DIY Project #46: Perler Beads Bowl

    written by ilkadj on 2012-10-03 #news
    DIY Project #46: Perler Beads Bowl

    Along with our La Sardina DIY camera we’d like to present several DIY projects to inspire you. This project is a tutorial on how to make a colorful bowl out of perler beads by Jodi. Have fun!