Around the World in Analogue: New York, United States


"Around the World in Analogue" is your bite-sized guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, stroll through the streets of the Big Apple through Elodie Adeline's fisheye photographs.

Name: Elodie Adeline
LomoHome: @nosheterotopies
Social Media: Instagram
Camera: Olympus OM4-Tii
Film: Lomography Color Negative 100
Location: New York

New York in the summer is a fantastic place to experiment with photography. I had spent some time in NYC in 2011, and 2013 as well, but this new trip was the first time I explored the streets of the Big Apple through the camera’s viewfinder — there is always something new at the next corner!

Credits: nosheterotopies

One of the best photographic moments I’ve had during this trip was in Washington Square, right next to the NYU campus. It was around 9:30am and the sun was blazing through the branches of an old tree as I was walking past the square. The light had this enchanting, fairytale glow, and was bathing the ground and the leaves with a surreal shine. Luckily enough, I had my dear old Olympus camera with me.

Credits: nosheterotopies

For other New York photographs taken with my 50mm and fisheye lenses with Lomochrome Purple, Lomography Redscale and Color Negative film rolls, please check out my LomoHome and New York album!

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2017-09-01 #places #lomohome #around-the-world-in-analogue

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Lomography Color Negative 100

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The Lomography Color Negative 100 35mm film loves the sun! Expect vivid colors and fantastic sharpness!

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  1. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    One of my favorite place in the world!

  2. icequeenubia
    icequeenubia ·

    Thank you for sharing your story, @nosheterotopies!

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