When I received the package consisting of Fisheye Baby 110 and Lomography Color Tiger 110, I just knew it I would have a great time with it! . To be honest, this is my first time using Lomography Color Tiger 110 so this review is about my first impression with the tiger! Raaawwrrr!!
When I first found out that Lomography brought back the 110 analogue love to us all, I thought “Wooow.. maybe I should buy a baby camera!”. Many years ago, I found a heavily expired Fuji 110 film… I don’t remember which Fuji but the result I got back then was so terrible and I would rather not to talk about that matter. So after putting the Tiger in the Fisheye Baby, I went out shooting!
As you could see from the images above, I exposed the Tiger in the wrong weather. The first and the second one I shot under in a very cloudy day in Bandung, but then the third one I used my Colorsplash Flash. So for future users that want great shots, my advice is use color flash if you’re indoor, and shoot under the bright light if you’re outside. The Tiger will show some rawwwrrrr-love if you shoot outside!
How about that for outside shots? Pretty nice?! Based on my first experience using Lomography Tiger 110, I need so much light to exposed the film adequately, and don’t forget to use flash! I mean it, flash flash flash! Don’t be lazy! Flash it!
And if you love to shoot closely like me then this film will give you something nice! It won’t overexpose your shots and you can see the results below! I think I will buy some Tiger for my Fisheye Baby 110! Get close!
To compare indoor shots using no flash and outdoor shots without flash, I’ll give you these two images!
This is my first impression with the Tiger and I must admit I have to buy a couple of rolls for my Fisheye Baby 110. In the meantime let me try the Orca then Peacock or Lobster. Spread the 110 love!