Get experimental and try developing your Lomography films using one of our favorite film tipsters! Developing your films using these techniques can give you some truly fantastic and unique results – Give it a go and see for yourself!
Please Note: These experimental film tipsters are designed for home developers – They can damage the developing chemicals so you should not get them developed at a photo lab unless you ask in advance!
Ingredients: Lemon Juice
This sour Tipster by cumella will give your photos a sweet hue – Just soak your film in a glass of lemon juice after exposing it, dry it and then develop it – Simple.
Ingredients: Salt and Boiling Water
Salt and boiling water is all you need for this Tipster from mephisto19 – He got intense blue, purple and red results – try it out and see how your photos turn out!
Ingredients: Baking Soda and Boiling Water
Another great Tipster by mephisto19 – This time he used baking soda and was rewarded with some truly surreal shots.
Ingredients: A Dishwasher Cycle
Ever wondered what would happen if you put your film through a dishwasher before shooting it? Lomography’s Dr. Lab did - That’s why he produced this divine dishwasher Tipster!
Ingredients: Surface Cleaner and Boiling Water
A Tipster sure to blow your mind straight from Dr. Lab at Lomography HQ – You'll get great washed out shots which look like they are straight from the 60's!
Ingredients: Cough medicine, vinegar, aspirin, vitamin tablet, allergy pill, a pinch of salt, soda pop.
Submit your film to this dangerous concoction and see how it survives! You know what they say; "No pain, no gain"
How to Present Your Prints
When you have prints of your lovely photos, the Lomography Stationery range allows you to show them off in all their beauty! The LomoKorrespondent products perfectly frame your analogue shots and they are each available in a size to suit you - Why not display one of your favorite photos in a Journey Frame or a keep a whole selection of them beautifully stored for years to come with the Photo Accordion?