My 2012 in Analogue


I started this year with some projects, things I wanted to do, testing new things, trying to show a little more of my city (Marinha Grande) through the lens of my cameras.

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The year started with a project I had in mind for some time. I wanted to make doubles like this. For the first layer, I shot glazed tiles from the walls of my city and in second layer I thought I shoot faces .
After some shoot of glazed tiles, I decide leave this project for other time and only shoot the first layer , and I’m glad I did that.

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Other project I had for this year was make some pictures of old buildings from my city:

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Lots of lomowalks, with new friends, some of them trying not only lomography for the first time but also analogue photography:

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But above all, I had the opportunity to spend some quality time with my son during his first year of life, and it made my year!

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Not everything went well, though. I lost my first lomo camera, a Smena 8M. I wrote it a letter on the Lomography Magazine but life goes on and a new Smena 8M will arrive soon.

Looking back, I can say it was a good lomographic year!

written by bongofury on 2012-12-27 #lifestyle #analogue #city #lomography #portugal #bongofury #year #2012

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