Some EIR stuff from the last summer days. Love that film. And my beautiful model.
Here’s one of my favourite pictures by a Lomo-Friend of mine, floriansimon.
I love the composition, the message and the colors of the photo - a great example of what can be done easily with analog/lomographic cameras.
Have a look at his home:
I’m definitively a Lubitel Lover :-)
What a great camera!
Here’s the rest of the x-pro’d Fuji Velvia 50:
I got my Lubitel 166+ ! It’s a well-built recreation of the original old-school Lubitel cameras with some nice features added! I shot 3 films within 3 days and it’s great fun standing there for some time, adjusting aperture and shutter speed, composing the mirrored picture you see, cocking the shutter and finally firing it!
More pictures in my LomoHome:
Time for B/W, baby!
Stocked up my b/w film pool today (big thanks to fotofachversand.at). Until now i developed with Diafine but now i will try with Promicrol (yeah, push-experiments!).
Weather is getting better, so it’s time to take out the cameras and shoot some rolls!
Man, i really want the Kodak Color Infrared 35mm Film back! I ordered some last 120mm rolls, but i can’t shoot them with my Horizon or LC-A (Lubitel or Holga must do it).
It’s time for the Lomographic Society to bring out the “Lomography Color Infrared Slide 100 35mm” Film! ;-)
(Picture by Flickr-User uηderaglassbell )
The Lomographic Meeting in Vienna rocked! This time we were at the Vienna Prater, which is some kind of leisure park in the middle of the town. It was a nice (and cold) day with some analog-crazy friends, talking about Lomo-geek-stuff and taking a lot of photos.
Hope to see these guys soon!
Have a look at my LomoHome to see some more shots from the “Treffen”:
Just scanned my LC-A+ shots from the 3-day ski-trip to Flachau, Salzburg, Austria. 2 Holga rolls are still missing and i’m not satisfied with the quality of these 2 LC-A+ films but some shots are quite nice.
Have a look:
I guess my girlfriend loves Oreo cookies just as much as i do.