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  • Konica Chrome Centuria (35mm, 200 iso) user-review

    Konica Chrome Centuria (35mm, 200 iso) user-review
    A Little Surprise! I picked up some of this film on a whim. I had never tried to cross process film before and didn't really have any clue which film to use, so I just picked up the cheapest thing that said "slide" on it.
  • Capitol Hill

    Capitol Hill
    This place is lomographic magic. Mother nature and (father?) city all in one happy little plaza. Last April, I got the opportunity to visit Washington, D.C. This was the city in which I bought my very first lomographic camera! I picked up the lomo fisheye no. 1 at an Urban Outfitters store and started shooting right away.
  • LC-A : Must... Stop... Shooting!

    LC-A : Must... Stop... Shooting!
    Whoops... I can't! Holy crap I love this camera. I know you hear it all the time. Everyone loves the LC-A. I didn't buy into what I thought was just hype at first, either. I heard 'LC-A this' and 'LC-A that' and never really understood why I shouldn't just photoshop a digital picture. Then I bought one. It was like a revolution.
  • Love at First Sight - The Fisheye

    Love at First Sight - The Fisheye
    170-degrees of beauty in every shot. Easy to load, shoot, and unload. It was a relief! I had been so engrossed in digital photography that this whole world of quirky and strange photos had completely evaded me up to that point. This camera has been the most fun I have ever had with a camera. I bring it to parties, get-togethers, even just on walks. Every time I press the shutter button I feel as if I have created a magnificent work rivaled by no other photos.