I loaded it with a negative film Fuji NPS 160 expired 2006. Legend has it that the sun’s flare on its lens and vignette made by this camera are like magic.
I know, I know..I won’t bored you with explanation about this popular legendary cult camera. I just bought this camera recently from the internet cost 35 dollars. I know it’s expensive whilst you can get it only 7 bucks on e-bay. But I don’t care as long as it’s worth every penny. At first glance I was really surprise with its size. I know it’s a small camera but I never thought it would be this small plus the fragile appearance. I loaded it with a negative film Fuji NPS 160 expired 2006. Legend has it that the sunflare and vignette made by this camera are like magic. So I point it directly to the sun and hope for some magic to happen. Right after the last shot I brought the film to lab and develop it. I expected some flares once I get it from the processing lab. And yeah the result really-really pleased me. It doesn’t called poor man’s LCA for nothing. The flares and vignette are truly magic. This little baby truly is flare magician. People said that “viv uws + slide film is a deadly combination”. I’ll load it with a slide film and share the result later.
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A little while ago, Lomographer Matthew Alexander organized a LomoWalk for analog photographers in his hometown, beautiful Beacon, NY. He wanted to get to know and connect the film photography community of his town and invited everyone on a Saturday walk on Main Street.