During this summer, I used both my Lomography LC-A+ (loaded with Lomography Redscale film) and my soviet ЛОМО ЛК-А (loaded with Agfa Precisa film). I thought it would be interesting to shoot some photos with both cameras and compare the results.
Ever since I laid my hands on an old Soviet ЛОМО ЛК-А, I had wanted to compare it with my Lomography LC-A+. This summer, I finally decided I would give the experiment a try but, just to make it a bit more interesting and experimental, I decided to use my favourite film in one of the cameras and some film I had never used before in the other. The Lomography LC-A+ camera was loaded with a roll of Lomography Redscale Film ISO 100, and the old ЛОМО ЛК-А was loaded with a roll of Agfa Precisa CT film ISO 100.
The cameras were used on the beach and during a short trip to Scandinavia. The results were quite interesting, although it seems that my lab scanned the redscale film from the wrong side. Accidents happens, right? I could give you a summary of all the things I think I have learned about the cameras and the film, but I am more interested in hearing your opinions about the photos. So here are some of the results: