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female (28) from rosario, Argentina

I became a lomographer in June of 2012 (aprox) when I was doing a basic photography course, and the last classes were about analogue photography. The funny part is that I bought my first analogue camera (a Minolta SRT 101) and my first TMax400, and then I couldn't attend these classes! So I started to search in the net how to develop my rolls, and this is how all started. At first, I loved the fact that I can go out with my analog camera, and nobody was going to steal it (you can't do that with a digital ones... ) but at the end I was completely in love with my Minolta and I started searching more and more about Lomography. I bought my first Lomo camera (an Oktomat) back in 2009, but, as I said, I became a really lomographer in 2012. In September of 2012 I bought my Lubitel 166+ during a trip around th UK, and I completely love it!!! Now I own almost 10 cameras, and I'm always looking for a new one. Sadly, here in Argentina I can't find a lot of variety in films (slide film is almost impossible to find, and when you find it, it's REALLY expensive). Besides, here we can't buy through ebay, amazon, etc.... so, you'll see most of my photos are with CN rolls and mostly selfdeveloped B&W ones... and as you can see too, what I love doing the most is portraits! Well, this is a bit of who I am!! :) show more show less

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