It's another month and Lomographic luminary mephisto19 has another rumble he cooked up for the rest of the community. Be careful not to burn yourself though, as this one is scorching!
This rumble is about a mistake. You surely heard of the three shot rule? No? After inserting a film you should take three blank photos to avoid any light damage. But that is what makes a photo interesting. Once you discovered that, you can play with it and create something out of the burned beginning of every film.
The other mistake happens if you open the back of your camera, the 120 film is not tide to the spool or you want it to happen – light leaks.
For this rumble show your six best pictures of light leaks and burned beginnings, open backs and this orange flare like fire.
Here are some samples:
Please keep in mind to use only analogue photos, not digitally manipulated, ADD ALL META DATA that is needed (film, camera, location, three tags,…) Winners will receive some piggy points