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  • Staff Picks: Jeanette from Lomography Canada

    Staff Picks: Jeanette from Lomography Canada

    Hey there! Welcome to another installment of Lomography’s Staff Picks! Today we are featuring a hardworking member of the Lomography Canada team, Jeanette. Read on and find out which cameras she uses during her spare time!

    Name: Jeanette Lee

    LomoHome: jeanettelee

    What you do at Lomography: Online Manager Canada

    Interests: I love watching old movies, and listening to music of all kinds! I also enjoy making and eating rice crispie squares. It’s the only dessert I know how to make, so I am trying to learn other recipes. I also enjoy doing arts and crafts, so I am very excited to create my own DIY La Sardina

    Which Lomography product would you recommend to readers? La Sardina and LC-Wide

    Why? Both are wide angle lens cameras, but they have their own style. La Sardina was the first camera I used from Lomography. I love how it is so simple to use, and how the outcome is very surprising. I like the creativity, and how it is built for multiple-exposure experimentation. LC-Wide is always a reliable camera. It never disappoints me. The photos always turn out with intense colours, with perfect quality of saturation and contrast.

    Please tell us something about this picture.
    This was taken with the La Sardina during the LomoMatrix that we had here in Toronto. Most of the people shot with the La Sardina so that we can capture everything in a wide angle. As you can see I am loading film for my own La Sardina.

    Your message to Lomographers:
    Always have your camera in your pocket! You never know, or can predict what you will come across, so you have to be ready to capture the right moment. Try shooting in different angles, it is always fun to see the outcome from different perspectives. Have fun.

    Thanks for sharing your analogue expertise, Jeanette! Come back next week!