Lomography cameras are on TV! Three amateur photographers, all used to digital photography, were given a number of Lomography cameras to take pictures with. Only one of their shots can be used for the final judging. Who will win, with which camera?
We’ve all experienced it. Being used to digital cameras and then having to have to adjust to analogue cameras can be quite difficult for some people. In an Australian unique TV series, three amateur photographers were given the same set of Lomography cameras to compete head-to-head in a themed photographic challenge.
If you’re Australian, you’ve probably heard of Photo Finish. The series is made for amateur photographers, anybody who is passionate about photography and everybody else who are bored of cooking shows.
In an episode that aired in the beginning of July, three Australian amateur photographers were sent to a horse race to capture a winning photo using something they are totally unfamiliar with, Lomography cameras! The horse race took place at the Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney, where the competitors were assigned to take a photo which sums up a day at the races.
The three competitors are Khia Kinchella, 18, a student, from the Central Coast, NSW, Mel Anderson, 40, an artist and mother of three, from Scotland Island, Sydney, and Scott Westlake, a 45-year-old prison officer from Parramatta in Sydney.
Watch the whole episode and find out who won!