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I Made a Pinhole Camera! Here's How to Make Yours!

  A pinhole camera is a small camera with no lens, just a small aperture. Effectively it's a lightproof box with a tiny tiny hole. The light that passes through the hole projects an image onto the film inside. Here's my attempt - it's not pretty but it works! I learnt this technique from Here's a list of everything you'll need to make your own. Ruler Plastic binder Aluminium can New roll of 35mm film (and the box) An old roll of 35mm film (with 1cm film left on the roll) Match box Small sewing needle or pin Scissors...

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Phlib loves the Lomography Spinner!

   Have you ever heard of the Spinner 360 by Lomography? It's awesome! It lets you take 360 panoramas in a second. There's no need for a tripod so you can take your panoramas to some pretty exciting places. Check out the video below to see how it works.  Harry has been experimenting with the Spinner and as well as having a load of fun, he found that the photos are very compatible with a number of Phlib frames!  The frame combinations used in this blog are: 3 Phlib 2x2s Phlib 1x4 + 2 Singles 4 Phlib 3x3s Phlib 3x3...

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Film scanning... on your phone!

It's no secret that phones are getting smarter and this latest feature will get the film users among us intrigued. Lomography have created a film scanner for your phone! Check out the video below.   The Smartphone Film Scanner is small and can easily be transported. Whilst back-lit photo scanners also exist for scanning negatives, these scanners are large and cumbersome. The Smartphone Film Scanner is small enough to fit in your bag or rucksack, allowing you to scan films away from home. It’s 100% mobile and easy to use.       I own a flatbed scanner with a attachment for negatives...

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