360° in 36 frames: A Lomo shoot-out at Waverley Abbey
I shot the 'action' sequence in this analogue movie of my children staging a Lomo shoot-out at Waverley Abbey (in Farnham, Surrey, UK) with a single roll of Fuji Provia 100F (cross-processed), moving the camera (a Nikon F100, on a tripod) a little bit at a time to capture a 360° view of them in the 36 frames on the roll. Additional shots of the Abbey from previous visits there were added for variety.Filmed by buckshot. These tags describe this LomoKino movie: slide, degrees, 360, buckshot, nikon, provia, waverley, ruins, abbey, bubbles, dog, girl, boys, kids, children, analogue, shoot-out, lomography, and lomo.
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