I got into all this Lomo business while inter-railing; I had a pretty standard digital compact and no real interest in photography. That changed when I walked into the Lomo store in Vienna. It is stunning (and well worth a visit) we also managed to check out the actual Lomo head office and meet some of those guys. After seeing their MASSIVE ( and I mean MASSIVE) collection of negatives and photos I had to get involved so I picked up my fisheye 2 right there and then.
Since then most of my photos have been average but I'm learning with every roll of film and even started understanding how awesome cross processing and slide film really is.
male · 27 · Southampton/United Kingdom
- Kodak Gold 400 (35mm)
- Lomography Color Negative 100
- Lomography Color Negative 400 (35mm)
- Lomography XPro 200 ISO 35mm
- lomography X-Pro Chrome
- Holy See (Vatican City State)
- United Kingdom