'Gorch Fock' - German sailing ship, moored in Canary Wharf
I went back to basics with this album, using my Diana F+ 'El Toro' (the first Lomo cam I bought), with its standard 75mm lens (first time I used it in over two years - silly me!), x-pro slide film, and no filters, masks or other gizmos. I expected soft focus (check), vignetting (check), light leaks (check - though minor) and vibrant, saturated colours (check - big time! :-). Very happy with these results.Taken by buckshot with a Lomography Diana F+ El Toro loaded with Fuji Provia 400X (120mm) film in London, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: navy, german, gorch fock, canary wharf, x-pro, cross-processed, sea, sailing, maritime, nautical, and ship. Date: 2013-05-01. Time: Morning. This photo can be found in the album A Maritime Morning.
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