It was Christmas eve. I borrowed my friend's camera, a NIkon N2000. It was my firs time using a camera with lightmeter and several lenses. I was my first try with Fuji velvia too, so I didn't know what to expect from this photos. My birthday was close, so Qrro ( gave the film and also gave me some tips about using the lightmeter. The results: Overexposed, dark and not focused photos. I wasn't sure if i wanted to share them because I'm not completly happy with this album, but I really like some of the results. These are my favorites :)

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  1. luba
    luba ·

    Please don't be upset! Any trial is good, because you learn things! If you don't make mistakes, you will not get the success! And these results are quite nice!

  2. joseman
    joseman ·

    Thanks a lot for your comment @luba! And thanks to all who liked my photos I understand now that this album is better than I thought at the begining because I wans't expecting this, and that's what Lomography is all about, isn't it?. :)

  3. luba
    luba ·

    Yeah, Lomography is about LOVING photos :)

  4. glenn
    glenn ·


  5. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    I AGREE & LOVE WITH @luba 's cheering comment. Let spread lomo love just like @hanibale said =D