First test with a good Werlisa Color from the last 60es. and early 70es. This time the things are going better. Some times I fired with a low aperture and the photos appear too dark. The camara has a nice tendece to vignetting and it conditioning to have dark coloured photos when the aperture is not right. As well the focusing is not really fine in the infinite choice. If you watch the definition, you'll find out the Werlisa Color is just a low imitation beside the Frankas and Agfas from these years. Those photos are not creative photos, just a test. But I found in it that the Werlisa Color is a nice tool for lomographers, and sure I can essay better pics for the next time.Taken by lupideeloop with a Werlisa Color loaded with Kodak Gold 200 (35mm) film in A Coruña, Spain. These tags describe this photo: werlisa, coruña, spain, galicia, waves, sea, and ocean. Date: 2012-11. This photo can also be found in the album Werlisa Color.
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