Today I finally got two rolls of film that had been through the Lomo LC-A+ (that I got for Christmas) developed.
I was going to do a bit of editing but the store didn’t scan TIFFs as I requested, they gave me JPEGS ….72dpi… (ALWAYS THE SAME). So here is my selection in it’s unedited glory.
Lomo Chrome Purple 100-400 (this film and the LCA+ are available at Lomography Store in both 35mm and 120):
Double exposures are a breeze.
Compact, light and robust. Perfect for having with you all the time.
Focusing is straightforward.
Manually select your ISO. Great for when you have ISO variable film (eg Lomo Chrome!)
Metering can be a little off at times.
Can’t focus close up. 0.4m is the closest you can get.
Vignette a little inconsistent.
Today we ventured out to the cost. While there was no rain the weather was infinitely gloomy. So trusty tripod and filters in hand I experimented with long exposures.
Far from being unlucky I had a great morning shooting today (on Friday 13th!) at Blakeney.
On my last trip to Blakeney, I was feeling under pressure and uninspired. I got one good composition that day, which was poor quality so I went out today to have another go at it!
I have two more images to edit but I need to do a little research on how to edit the clouds. They look a bit pap!
I’m feeling a little under the weather so I’ll do those later on.
I also snapped this chap on the way to the car.
By the way, you can see all these images on my Flickr page 🙂