Have you recently flipped through your old photo albums? It’s really fun right? You see photos of yourself when you were little, back when toys and candies were the only things you desired. Seeing those old photographs is a very heartwarming activity if you ask me. But have you ever wondered if kids these days will ever feel that way? Will they still be flipping through family photo albums? Or just browse through Facebook albums?
He has been a member of the Community for quite a long time already. And aside from developing his mad skills when it comes to taking analogue photos, his long-time participation in Lomography has changed a certain characteristic of his.
Who doesn't love to have unique film cameras in his or her analogue arsenal? Today's 110 camera recommendation certainly deserves a spot in every lomographer's collection (and camera bag) now that 110 films are slowly and surely inching their way back. We know you'll find the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR quirky and interesting, so read on to find out more!
As I started to dig into some of our old dusty photo albums, It was then that I discovered that the analogue blood running in my veins came from my father’s. That it was my father's blood tickling my pulses and pulling me in to the analogue world.
Many have done self-portraits in so many creative ways. Most of us do it to somehow show our audience a glimpse of who we are or the camera we so dearly love. But for some, their self-portraits have become a mark of identity that whenever you see those photos, you will know it’s that person.
I recently purchased one of my dream cameras. It wasn't on my bucket list for 2012, but I have always dreamed of owning one. So, when the opportunity came, I didn't hesitate in buying one.