In the last year or so, I have been experimenting with the more raw, film-based cameras and lenses from Lomography. Lomography (or Lomo) isle about the analogue and more experimental photography, using fairly rudimentary cameras, often with plastic lenses.

What I really like about Lomo is its more unpredictable nature, whether it’s with roll film or instant; you never know how the lens aberrations and light leaks might affect the image. I’ve written a blog entry on my first experiences with the Lomo Instant Wide camera: Experimenting with Instant Film.

“Everything I learned in my life, I learned because I decided to try something new.”

David Lynch

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