Want to develop and print your own black and white film? Leicester Lo-Fi are running a course to do just that. It's on two Sunday afternoons, 21st & 28th July. The first Sunday is shooting and developing your film in Leicester, the second Sunday is printing in a darkroom in Derby. The cost is £50 per person, and is limited to 5 people. If you don't have a film camera, one can be borrowed, and all materials are included in the price.
Club Club: Minecraft Meetup
Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
The mild mannered Leicester Lo-fi blokes will be there with their Origami Pinhole Kits - so you can make your own camera, take a photo and develop it. There's a whole range of other al day and timed activities, so you can drop by for a while or stay all afternoon.
How d'ya fancy building an origami camera, then taking a picture with it? You can at Lo-Fi:DIY. There's lots of fun to be had with DIY photography.
Come along to the Leicester People's Photographic Gallery at 2 Wellington Street, Leicester, on the 13th April 2013, from 10am until 4pm to take part. There will also be the chance to do a sunprint and find out about how to set up your own solargraph.
An assortment of quiet men, mostly with beards, will be on hand to help.
New Project : CYMATICS
We'd like to invite you to take part in out latest project, with an exhibition and book to follow.
Monthly meetings at The Crumblin' Cookie
We are starting to hold montly meeting on the first tuesday of the month at The Crumblin' Cookie to talk about work, show work in progress, set projects, get help with any kit you're struggling with and have a cup of tea or two
Join us in making Solargraphs. If you couldn't attend the 'Bring-a-tin-along' event - don't worry, you can download details on the resources or projects pages.
Leicester Lo-Fi @ Hijacked III, Derby Quad/Silk Mill
Well last Friday saw us take our Kamra-e-faore. (Did we mention we were building one?) To the Silk Mill in Derby for the opening night of their Hijacked exhibition. We went down very well indeed and from the moment we got there we were taking portraits non stop, until the security guys were herding people through the door.
01/08/11 - Light Leaks magazine - no more
It is with a heavy heart that we report that Light Leaks magazine, the only lo-fi photography magazine in print, has ceased publishing with issue no19.
PDF versions are still available of all the back issues from their website , as well a few remaining issues of issues 6 and 13-19 - http://www.lightleaks.org/
Leicester Lo-Fi Photography @ the Leicester Fringe Festival
As mentioned earlier, we have been invited to attend the Leicester Fringe Festival in conjunction with Exposure Live - http://www.exposurelive.co.uk/
World Wide Pinhole Photography Day
Leicester Lo-Fi Photography members submitted images to this years World Wide Pinhole Photography Day, follow the link to check them out in their gallery - http://www.pinholeday.org/gallery/2011/
Welcome to Leicester Lo-Fi Photography.
We’re a group of Leicester based photographers that embrace the traditional aspects of photography by using old film cameras, toy cameras, pin holes, alternative processes and darkroom printing etc. We have regular meet ups to swap ideas, take pictures, make prints, set projects, eat cake and hold exhibitions.
We can run customised
workshops for small groups or individuals, including, darkroom, pinhole, sunprints, Kamra-e-faoree (camera and darkroom in one as used on the streets of Afganistan) and more
For more information and bookings contact us at
Come join us.........