Elvis Presley must’ve been so tired when this photo was taken that he couldn’t really bring himself to care about appearances – good thing Marlyn Mason was there!
This candid behind-the-scenes shot was taken at the set of “The Trouble with Girls”, released in September 1969. Based on the Day Keene and Dwight Vincent Babcock-penned novel “Chautauqua,” it was directed by Peter Tewksbury and featured Elvis Presley opposite Marlyn Mason in one of his final films.
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Edwin from the Lomography Team first learnt about Lomo cameras when he was studying design. The first roll of Fisheye 1 from his photography classes made him very happy, and he kept Lomo in his life ever since. In his last trip to Taiwan, Edwin brought along the Belair Instant Camera. Did this Instant Camera bring him the same happiness? What does Edwin think about his travel companion?
You want your subject be the center of attention? Petzval lens are recognizable for sharpness and crispness in the centre, strong color saturation, wonderful swirly bokeh effect, artful vignettes and narrow depth of field that will make your subjects stand out!
On April 11, Lomography UK will be celebrating Film Photography Day in style. We will be running a Konstruktor workshop and our very first LC-A 120 workshop. We will also be launching a brand new exhibit by our community members. There will be prizes, free drinks, and a camera piñata, too!