Here's my bucket list regarding lomography for the 2013.
First of all, I want to specify that I’m an exchange students from Italy, so my english is not the best, but I hope I’m not going to do too much mistakes!
My analougue bucket list for 2013 is really long, because I’m new in the field:
The first thing is to buy a Lomo camera! I was thinking about the Diana Mini en Rose because it’s a really functional and cute camera, and have a lots of feature that I’m looking for in my analougue camera! I’m going to order it a couple of days, and I’m really excited!
The second thing is to start developing negatives in my house! I want to buy all the things and chemicals that I need for developing negatives and I was thinking about the kit Tetenal Colortec C-41 for cross-processing. I wanna start developing as soon as possible, but of course I have to buy a camera first!
The third thing is to go to Chicago and visit the Lomography Gallery Store. I’m going to Chicago for the second time in a couple of months and I’m definitely going to visit the Gallery Store. I’m really excited to meet experts in this field that can help me discover the amazing world of lomography!
The fourth thing is to participate (and maybe win) some lomography photo contests. I love photography,and I had participate to a lots of photo contest, but now that I have a new passion I wanna try to experience and show my work to other people, trying to challenge myself!
The fifth and last thing is to visit the Lomography Gallery Store in Milan. I’m going to visit it in May, as soon as I go back home, and I’m really happy that I live 3 hours away from Milan. I’m sure that the Gallery Store is going to be an excuse for going to Milan a lot more often!
I think this is all, or at least this is what I can came up right now! I’m really happy and excited to discover lomography, experiment with my new Diana Mini, and see my picture come to life during the development! Please tell me if you have some advice to give me, and let me know your analougue bucket list!
Happy New Year, everyone!