10 Golden Rules on Lomography
2. use it any time - day and night.
3. Lomography is not an interference in your life, but part of it.
4. Try the shot from the hip.
5. Approach the objects of your lomographic desire as close as possible.
6. Don't think.
7. Be fast.
8. You don't have to know beforehand what you captured on film.
9. Afterwards either.
10. Don't worry about any rules.
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· A Brand New Website All About Sprocket Holes
· Aimed at newcomers to analogue photography
· Website designed in the style of a roll of 35mm film
· Information on what sprocket holes are and how to expose them with Lomography Cameras
Sprocket holes are the little square holes which run along the top and bottom of a 35mm film. They play a functional role in analogue photography because they hook onto your camera’s winder when you load the film – The little teeth of a film camera hook into these holes and transport the film to the next frame. Sprocket-holes are unique to 35mm analogue photography. Neither 120 medium format films nor any digital format features sprocket-holes.
Lomography Sprocket Rocket
The world’s first wide-angle camera dedicated entirely to joys of sprocket-hole photography.
Capture 360° panoramas, sprocket holes and all!
Diana F+ with Diana F+ 35mm back
The Diana’s standard format is 120 – But use the Diana F+ 35mm back and the camera becomes a sprocket fuelled wonder.
The Lubitel 166+ has the ability to shoot lovely 120 square images or 35mm panoramic portraits which include the sprocket holes.