Doing something different with your camera is fun and experimental and doesn’t have to be hard to get great results! Creating a panorama is simple and you can use ANY kind of camera and any film. Continue reading
A pinhole camera is very easy to make yourself, although it can also be bought. Basically, it is a light-tight box with a tiny pinhole on one side (made with a needle) and photo paper or film on the other side (taped to the box). No lens, battery or automatic operation is used. A pinhole camera can be constructed from a can, container or tea can. The vessel used could also be a coffee pot, for instance. Continue reading
One of the best things about a Holga / Diana is that the shutter release is independent from the winding mechanism. This makes multiple exposures very easy to do. To take a double exposure, take your first picture, then instead of winding on after your first, immediately take another picture. Continue reading
Double expose, triple expose, multi-expose fun!
Show us your best multiple exposure shots. Continue reading
Wow, how time passes! It’s the third installation and it’s Black & White time… Continue reading
You know the drill, so get shooting Continue reading
Here’s what you can do. If your redscale film is at ISO 400 or even ISO 200, you can set down your camera to ASA 100, this in turn would reduce the dominant reddish effect of the film. But to get a more yellow, gold results, or to just get a surprising color result, you can change the setting of your camera’s aperture. Continue reading
Some things just look better in black & white. You can everyday objects and scenes around you interesting. What might appear boring when shot in color suddenly becomes fascinating when captured in black and white. Continue reading
It’s time for school holidays. Bring out your Diana cameras from your closet and start shooting instant! It’s the ultimate add-on for your Diana cameras, the instant back+. So add-on to your collection of Diana f+ accessories and get it today with our awesome promo! Continue reading
Back in the 1990s the concept of shooting on expired film seemed crazy. You wouldn’t buy or drink an expired carton of milk, right? Nuts!!!
With the advent of Lomography and other companies promoting fun, plastic cameras, the new breed of film shooter seems less rigid and has embraced shooting expired film for the various funky colors and effects it can produce.
Expired films is cheap (or may be free) and can produce some wonderfully wild results when developed – Sometimes you’ll get faded, vintage effects; sometimes you’ll get interesting color shifts. It just out of your expectation. Remember, Lomography is a surprising diversion to your egghead-life and will enlighten you with true, simple and wonderful revelations. The expectation part is what we never care about. Try an expired film and you won’t know what to expect – And that’s why we love it!
A Photography project by Superheadz!
“写真会/shashinkai” initially started out as our Friday night photography/drinking session, closed to public. Instead of choosing which one every staff likes, or having everyone comment on all of the selected photos, Continue reading