No doubt, there are really some lomography experts among you guys! Fash-On even came up with a great neologism for the light situation - "cakelight" - everyone who assumed that there was no flash used at all and guessed Fuji Neopan 1600 will find a new piggy at his piggy-stall. That´s the fine thing with that "Fuji Neopan ISO1600":http://www.lomography.com/filmshop/fuji/neopan_35_1600 I used for that shot - a wee bit of light is enough to put a scene in perspective.
No doubt, there are really some lomography experts among you guys! Fash-On even came up with a great neologism for the light situation – “cakelight” – everyone who assumed that there was no flash used at all and guessed Fuji Neopan 1600 will find a new piggy at his piggy-stall. That´s the fine thing with that Fuji Neopan ISO1600 I used for that shot – a wee bit of light is enough to put a scene in perspective.
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