When I first got my La Sardina camera, I didn’t use it right away. Instead, I browsed through the instruction manual and the photo album first. I think this camera is perfect for summer, so I decided to take it to the beach.
When used with Lomography X-pro Chrome 100 La Sardina camera produces pretty photos that perfectly captures the colorful summer. Cross-process it and you’ll see that the charming dark vignetting would also be more prominent.
You don’t have to use the view finder when you use the La Sardina. With a 21mm wide angle lens, you can easily capture the wide beach!
I did not adjust the aperture or shutter, and I also did not focus accurately. We just had lots of fun with La Sardina during this leisurely afternoon!
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