A month ago my girl bought Lomography Orca 110 in my friend’s store because she was awed and curious about using the Fisheye Baby. So she bought one!
I decided to let her use the Fisheye Baby 110 because on the first roll I already had fun with it using the Lomography Tiger. Why not let my girl use it? But this is not a Lomographer for a day thing, I convinced her that she will have fun with it even withher busy work schedule in Jakarta.
Judging by her first three shots, it was quite nice and I think this film needs a lot of light. But since this is a black and white film, it’s pretty nice and you’ll get nice dark blacks. I think it’s fair to say that its a classic BW!
And this is the great thing about Lomography Orca 110, I realized that this film is great for portraits because of the nice grain and smooth classic B&W goodness. Even though I used it with the Fisheye Baby and my hands were shaking when I shot these photos above, you can figure out the potential in this film. Maybe I’ll get the 110 SLR camera and use this Orca with it!
I think my girl did really a good job when she shot the photos above. In a good sunny day, this film revealed its classic B&W tones. I don’t know if “classic” is the right word or not, but this is our first experience using 110 film and we absolutely love it!
The photos below reminded me again about the need of light for this film, here’s some a little underexposed shots :
My girl even said that she wants the Lomography Orca 110 to be the official film for Fisheye Baby 110 because she was really satisfied with the result as I was. We had fun with it and personally, I really enjoy the results! It’s refreshing to see the tiny 110 negative film from the lab, and seeing the negative it quite funny too! So tiny and a lot of rounded fisheye shots!
Oh we had a great time with Tiger and now Orca!! Now my girl and I will hunt Lobster and Peacock, step by step tasting the 110 love and embracing shots per shots. Spread the 110 Love!