See My New Tattoo!


Read more about how Wendy found yet another way to showcase her analogue love!

Hi my name is Wendalls/ Wendy, I live in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. Wellington is small but mighty!! I have been mad on Lomography for a while now. I have a good supply of Lomo cameras and gladly show them off when I can and try to avoid rolling my eye’s when someone asks me if thats a digital camera I have in my hot little hand…

I had my first exhibition last year with 12 of my best Lomography shots on display, It was a awesome night with a awesome turnout (the headache i had the next day was well worth it). So the next item on my list of Lomography things i should do was a getting a tattoo, a tattoo of my favorite Lomography camera! Which is the LC-A+, the camera that started it all off for me, the camera I love like a family member and treat with a massive amount of respect. Check it out!

See more pictures at my home

The Lomo LC-A+ is known worldwide for its amazing features: automatic exposure, extended ISO range, and multiple and long exposure capabilities. Get your own Lomo LC-A+ now!

written by wendalls on 2009-03-27 in #news #lc-a #lc-a #lomography #analogue-love #tattoo #lomo


  1. chaweemek
    chaweemek ·


  2. takezzo
    takezzo ·

    hahah... you missed the focusing lever :P

  3. dogma
    dogma ·

    :) Cool :D

  4. awhisker
    awhisker ·

    I am sorry but this looks ridiculous!

  5. rater
    rater ·

    OHHHHH, LC-A forever!

  6. stouf
    stouf ·

    Extreme !

  7. gregmarshall
    gregmarshall ·

    Wendalls/Wendy - If this is will eventually reach a point when you regret doing that... as a father trying to persuade an 18yr old that tattoos on old people look terrible...

  8. spendospend
    spendospend ·

    isnt the focus lever the wrong side for an lc-a+???? anyone??

  9. awhisker
    awhisker ·

    Looks terrible

  10. scapegoat
    scapegoat ·

    @gregmarshall: its always cool to have LC-A (tattoo or not) with you forever.

  11. olique
    olique ·

    why not?
    lca fan!

  12. awhisker
    awhisker ·

    I agree with gregmarshall. In 10 years time (if not sooner) he/she will regret this and think this looks awful!

  13. mattcharnock
    mattcharnock ·

    i think maybe i love it! It is personal and funky - its not for me personally - but that's because my fave camera is a tlr - and that would look rubbish!

  14. anarchy
    anarchy ·

    I like it =) and I think it looks great!!

  15. anarchy
    anarchy ·

    @gregmarshall: Tattoos done in the old days were often done with inferior equipment and things really have changed alot. I have tattoos that are more than 10 years old and they still look like they did when I got them carved into my skin. Of course they will change with my physique, but if I ever get to be 70 years old, I think I will have better things to do than worry about wrinkled tattoos ;-)

  16. lomosexual_manboy
    lomosexual_manboy ·

    I think it's going to be great when that generation crosses over and all of a sudden you will see tons of old people with sleeves of tattoos.

  17. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    when I was 10 y.o. I was not listening to my parents, now I am stucked with the tattoo of Mickey Mouse

  18. wendalls
    wendalls ·

    Thanks anarachy I agree :) And thanks to the people that said nice things.
    Awhisker thanks for leaving 3 nice comments, a bit bored are we.

  19. wendalls
    wendalls ·

    Oh the photo of the tattoo is back to front.

  20. weechonghooi
    weechonghooi ·

    you're a true lomo lover~!!

  21. ymmij
    ymmij ·

    any add-on accessories soon? :P jk!

  22. fangcarpenter
    fangcarpenter ·

    haha nice one ymmij you made me laugh!:)

    nice tat wendalls.. I guess to each his own right :)

  23. torium
    torium ·

    haha, coool! I like it because its so simple :-)

  24. maddyoulook
    maddyoulook ·

    ive always wanted a lomo tattoo!

  25. maddyoulook
    maddyoulook ·

    i guess some people didnt see the comment to the right of the box that says 'please be nice'. i like it. :) i'm planning on getting a lomo tattoo when i'm old enough.

  26. stiff
    stiff ·

    i love it!! congrats!
    it's amazing! and some guys here have posted stupid comments about your tat that they should be ashamed of.

  27. awhisker
    awhisker ·

    Actually stiff, it's called expressing an opinion!

  28. stiff
    stiff ·

    @awhisker: sorry for beeing rude, but i think everlasting things need a little bit of extracare.

  29. wendalls
    wendalls ·

    @stiff i agree and thanks, your a true Lomographer. @whisker do you sit behind your computer and express your opinion much?
    I've never written anything negative on the Lomo website because we are supposed to celebrate it and all its glory!

  30. day3hugger
    day3hugger ·

    @ breakphreak: mickey mouse? hahahahaha are u for real?? thanks for the laugh!

    @wendalls: don't pay attention to what others say , if u are happy with it that's what matters! i think is kinda cute :p

  31. wendalls
    wendalls ·

    @day3hugger Thanks you rule!

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