Ever wished you can add a little detail to your LomoKino movie? You can spruce it up by adding some animated text, like Snoozer did with his first LomoKino movie, “All Kids Are Inventors.” Read more after the jump!
Yes, you read this title correctly. And yes, this post is about what you think this title means: using two Lomokinos to produce 3D analogue movies. Or at least I tried.
See step-by-step tutorial here.
See LomoKino 3D video here.
With Christmas just around the corner, many of us are starting to get our analogue gear ready for some Holiday shooting. Is the LomoKino included in your lomo-arsenal this Holiday season? If so, you might find these quick tips useful for your cheery Christmas analogue movies!
Have your ever wondered how to use your La Sardina Flash aka Fritz the Blitz on other cameras? Well the answer is really simple, get your hands on a Fritz the Blitz Adapter Kit ASAP!
Have you met LomoKino, one of the newest and most unique machines in the world of Lomo? If you say ”I have,” how do you use it? Has it added different dimensions to your life? If you still don’t have a LomoKino you’re missing out a lot!
A LomoKino movie is divided into three for me. One, video. Two, music. Three, photo.
Do you want to shoot long exposure movies with LomoKino? Just follow this step-by-step guide to see how.
Check it on Lomography.com- http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/02/21/how-to-shoot-long-exposure-lomokino-movies
When I got the LomoKino in my hand, I started directly filming with this great camera. But as I did not have any ideas at first, I was just filming around - friends on a holiday or flying seagulls - which is a nice and important approach to get to know the camera. But after a while, I felt that I wanted more. I wanted to create films with a *real* story, which are also for others funny to watch. I had some ideas, which I now want to share with you.
Ever wondered if you can shoot long exposure movies with the LomoKino? Well, you can, and with this modification from Mandi at Lomography HQ, you can find out how!
Everybody knows that Digitaliza is a very special scanner mask used to get your 35mm’s film sprockets. But several of us have encountered the scanner-mask compatibility problem. As a scanner, I used the V330 Epson which is a vey common scanner. But this one only scans 35mm film and only one stripe per scan.