• Kodak Ektachrome E200 (35mm, 200 iso) user-review

    written by louvetau on 2008-12-04 #gear
    Kodak Ektachrome E200 (35mm, 200 iso) user-review

    This film does indeed live up to its reputation and so far it produces very saturated yet accurate color with low grain.

  • Ilford XP2 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    written by louvetau on 2008-10-24 #gear
    Ilford XP2 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    Some people say B&W is not Lomography. There may be nice images done on Holga but that's all about it. True lomostyle is in colors. In bright colors. And cross process is a king there. Well, I wouldn't be so narrow-minded...

  • Fisheye 2 -Take Some “Flavor” Shots!

    written by louvetau on 2008-10-05 #gear
    Fisheye 2 -Take Some “Flavor” Shots!

    Fantastic little camera, great fun, just makes you wanna go out and take photos till the sun goes down...and then on through the night!

  • The Grafskaja Quay (Sevastopol)

    written by louvetau on 2008-10-04 #places
    The Grafskaja Quay (Sevastopol)

    The Grafskaja Quay (a wharf or reinforced bank where ships are loaded and unloaded) is in the center of the city, on the southern part of the Sevastopol Bay. In June 1783, it was created from masonry stones under the license of D. Seniavin. In 1787 with the arrival Ekaterina II, the quay was equipped with modern amenities and was officially name Ekateriniskaia.

  • Genoese Fortress

    written by louvetau on 2008-09-26 #places
    Genoese Fortress

    You want everybody to see it, to come close to their walls of rough gray lime-stone, to go through the gates protected by two powerful towers, to see the empty hill which hides the ruins of beautiful trade and handicraft city, to come up to the Consul Castle and than by steep path go up to the Krepostnaya Mountain to the lonely Dozornaya tower (it is also called Devichya covered with romantic legends).