It’s that time of year again and we went off to Skegness to Butlins. We also headed onto the Gem of the Yorkshire Coast, Whitby and
like last year some film cameras came along for the ride.
Lomo LC-A, Superheadz Wide & Slim (VUWS clone) and Olympus XA2
Size and space was important so everything was pretty compact. Last year’s
Olympus XA2 was joined by a Lomo LC-A and the poor man’s Lomo, a Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim (VUWS) clone. But what worked well and did the Olympus redeem itself ?
Continue reading Summer Shootout Redux 2015 – 3 Lomography Classics go head to head
The terms Lomo and Lomography get banded around and are used interchangeably and mean different things to different people. I’ve had to think about this more recently as I’ve taken over moderating
Lomography for non-snobs group on Flickr and have had to make decisions about what is a Lomography shot or not.
Taken on a Lomo LC-A using Cross processed Lomography Xpro 200. But is it a Lomo shot ?
Continue reading How do you define Lomo & Lomography ?
A need to trim down my cameras this year saw my Fisheye One go. But did this plastic beast with a 170º angle of view live up to its price tag ?
Lomography Fisheye One in Green
Continue reading Lomography Fisheye One Review – Bon voyage my sticky out pal
Diana F+ Edelweiss Variant (note plastic chuck on left for wedging shutter open in bulb
Lomography’s plastic classic left me strangely disappointed when it arrived. I’d been impressed by its little brother, the Diana Mini, but this seemed a shoddier affair and worryingly idiosyncratic. However a few rolls later and I’m warming to it.
Continue reading Diana F+ Review : Or How I Learned to love the Plastic bomb