Stapledesign is more partial on using digital technology, but still he confess that there's nothing quite like the shots you can have with the LOMO LC-A+.
Stapledesign is more partial on using digital technology, but still he confess that there’s nothing quite like the shots you can have with the LOMO LC-A+.
REAL NAME Jeff Ng
CITY New York
How long have you been a Lomographer?
Jeff: About 5 years.
Describe the LC-A+ in five words.
J: Tactile Analog Old School Plastic.
The strangest, funniest, or hands-down greatest photographic/Lomographic encounter that you have ever had.
J: Exposing my film by accident when I popped opened the back prematurely and getting the coolest freakin’ results!
If your photos shown here could have a soundtrack of three songs, what would they be (song title & artist please).
J: Dreams / Fleetwood Mac, Rocket Man / Elton John and Still Dreaming / Nas & Kanye West.
Digital or Analog? Why?
J: Digital. Sorry, just too damn convenient.
If you could be anywhere, doing anything, right now – where would it be and what would you do?
J: I am doing it. I’m answering this interview from Berlin, Germany. One of my favorite cities in the world.
The absolute best restaurant in your town – something authentic, delicious, and not too pricey. Name & address please.
J: Honmura An. 170 Mercer St. NYC NY
Things about the LC-A+ that you love & adore.
J: LOMO LC-A+ is like the Technics turntable in DJ culture. There are many things make life simpler, but at a sacrifice. Nothing captures quite like Lomo.
Your advice to future LC-A+ Lomographers.
J: Bring both your digital camera and your Lomo around with you if you can. You’ll be amazed at how 2 cameras can capture the same thing differently.