You are currently not logged in, do so now to add comments, like articles as well as photos, submit to competitions, translate articles and gain access to unlimited photo upload! If you are not registered yet, go here to find out more about Lomography and join now! If you just want a limited account for now you can use Twitter or Facebook. We would love to have you as a member here!
PLEASE READ ON
this roll of astia was on real bad trip. first it was loaded in my minolta hi-matic but near the end of the roll i noticed that the batteries were empty. but i did not know at around which image it happened. so i rewinded it and loaded it into the voigtländer cam. the risk was to overexpose most shots at the beginning of the roll. "so what!" i thought. when being at the middle of the roll suddenly the apperture did not open because in my bag the selftimer was moved but as it doesn´t work anymore it did not expose. as the mechanic of this cam is not so hard that you actually notice right away it took me some shots. i just rewinded, fixed the timer and shot again somewhere in the middle of the roll. the results are a mess. so next time i put a roll like that in a more reliable cam. AND: i´m so pissed about the waste of a roll of astia. i started the roll during holidays but there is just one pic i notice - the one with the frisbee.Taken by bloomchen with a Voigtlander Vito C loaded with Fuji Astia film in Berlin, Germany. These tags describe this photo: horror, fail, tempodrom, roof, berries, wand, wall, ultimate, frisbee, doubles, panorama, pano, balcony, haus, double, i, mult, building, s-bahn, empty, batteries, minolta, astia, and voitländer. Date: 2013-08. This photo can also be found in the album horror roll of astia.