Some people hate it, while some people don't. The measure of light in a Lomograph when it is too much might be a mistake but worry not for it can also be really beautiful!
Over exposed Lomographs can really be a drag sometimes. When you’ve pushed your aperture too high and a lot of light seeps in, then that means a lot of tones and a splash of washed colour! But in this wonderful world of analogue, over exposed Lomographs can also be the most beautiful!
That’s why in this week’s gallery post, we have decided to showcase 50 amazing over exposed Lomographs in our Community! Enjoy!
LomoGuru: Whynotwinnipeg His LomoHome username may sound like a tribute to the country he currently resides but aside from that patriotic fact, this guy from Canada has more than his LomoHome name to boot!
Newcomer of the Week: Ohlordy One chance with analogue photography and boom, he was hooked! Discovering the fun Lomography has by series of beautiful accidents sure brought him into lots of analogue fun!
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LomoGuru of the Week: chappelow His strong passion for documenting places he travels to has brought him a gallery of wonderful photographs. Let's get to know more about Taiwan-based English teacher and graphic designer chappelow, our LomoGuru of the Week!
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