A LomoAmigo who usually shoots with a Diana, Charlie Wagers reveals photos from his first attempt with the Sprocket Rocket! See the panoramic goodness by reading more.
I haven’t taken any pictures with 35mm film in probably ten years, but after I had a bunch of credit built up in the Lomography Online Shop, I decided it was time to try out the Sprocket Rocket. I’ve always wanted to shoot panoramic images, and I love the way this camera exposes past the sprocket holes.
The below set of images is from a bunch of little road-trips across the midwest, spread across Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Kentucky, and Nashville.
These two photos were taken 10 minutes away from my house. Cuyahoga Falls is known for its waterfalls, and they look great during this time of year.
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