My LomoStory by louison

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I had been enthroned in the Lomography sphere thanks to "nanuth":http://www.lomohomes.com/nanuth; actually she’s like my master but I didn’t realize that at the beginning… I was like a young Jedi who’s has not reach yet the wisdom of master Yoda !! When I first saw nanuth spending hours on the website of Lomography I was thinking ‘pffff she’s just a geek on an another stupid website’ then she received her Fisheye camera, took her first pictures and I told myself : ‘Wooaw these pics are crazy, this camera is like a toy and this Lomography stuff is like a confidential thing

I had been enthroned in the Lomography sphere thanks to nanuth; actually she’s like my master but I didn’t realize that at the beginning… I was like a young Jedi who’s has not reach yet the wisdom of master Yoda !! When I first saw nanuth spending hours on the website of Lomography I was thinking ‘pffff she’s just a geek on an another stupid website’ then she received her Fisheye camera, took her first pictures and I told myself : ‘Wooaw these pics are crazy, this camera is like a toy and this Lomography stuff is like a confidential thing
who just makes you feel like a spy who’s (virtually) travelling all over the world … So I decided to subscribe, to create my own lomography identity and
choose my fisrt camera : the well known Supersampler .. And it has been so
simple to work with it and so satisfying even if I was just a poor photographer.

I was so excited to submit my pics even the failed ones and I begin to travel
across the lomohomes and I still do it… For one year I now have the Diana +.
It’s not as simple as the Supersampler and some of my pictures are just weird
but it’s still so fun to try some tips, to take my cameras with me when I
(really) travel across the world ! If I can say that way Lomography is like a
friend now!!

http://www.lomohomes.com/louison

**Do you have your own Lomo story to share? E-mail sunshine.reyes@lomography.com with the ff. requirements:

  • a short story (not more than 500 words, please!) telling us how you first discovered Lomography
  • 5 to 15 pictures for the gallery – at least 768px in width or height**

written by shhquiet on 2008-10-03 in #news #my-lomo-story

2 Comments

  1. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    the n°7 is simply stunning!

  2. grenoouille
    grenoouille ·

    You should have a look at all her supersamplers! She's got an amazing collection!

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