It's been a blast over here at the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto. A lot of memories made and even more photographs taken. We would like to personally thank everyone who came by our store and shared with us in some of our greatest experiences, from epic parties to amazing one of a kind workshops. All that's left to say is: "Through the years, we'll all be friends wherever we may be. Now its time to say goodbye
to all our company ... see you real soon ... why? Because we like you."
A little late but surely this great film deserves a tribute. The Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 has brought about great convenience to Lomographers who love the vintagey sepia-ish tone. Normally, the photographers would have to manually reverse the film in order to enjoy such delicious tones. Because this film is discontinued :(, this review would serve as a tribute (and a plea to Lomography to bring this film back)
An Industrial Vanishing Act... Even if at first you feel physically or emotionally distanced from something or someplace, isn't it strange how such a void seems to intensify your own sense of attachment?