Tag: cabin

  • Kodacolor II 110 Film for Color Prints (Expired 1982)

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-08-01 #gear
    Kodacolor II 110 Film for Color Prints (Expired 1982)

    While on summer holiday at our friend's family cabin in Cape Breton, Canada this year, I happened to be looking through the drawers to find a place to put something and came across an old camera in a box. It had sat there for 20 long summers and winters, forgotten, until this little Lomographer came to stay, poked through some draws and got it developed.

  • The Madrid Cableway

    written by horaciorv on 2010-08-17 #places
    The Madrid Cableway

    If you're one of those people who has ever dreamed of flying over the blue skies of Madrid like a bird of prey and being able to photograph the city from above, but can't seem to levitate yourself even one millimeter off the ground (even after you've put on your cape and worn your underwear over your jeans), then you should take your Lomo camera and take a ride on the Madrid cableway.

  • Cape Breton in a Cabin

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-09-03 #places
    Cape Breton in a Cabin

    If you ask me, the best thing about summer are little getaways. My boyfriend and I drove with two friends to Cape Breton from Halifax, in the Canadian provence of Nova Scotia and stayed at our friend's family cabin. See the beauty I found and how I coped with being out of the city in this article!

  • US CitySlicker Cole: My Weekend at Wolf Lake

    written by deja-mew on 2012-07-20 #places
    US CitySlicker Cole: My Weekend at Wolf Lake

    All across the US, temperatures have been soaring. Grand Rapids has been no different. When thermometers started reading in the triple digits, Cole and a few of her friends decide to escape the city in favor for a cottage on the lakeside!

  • Hastings Natural Reserve on 35mm Film

    written by zaceman on 2013-04-03
    Hastings Natural Reserve on 35mm Film

    As a video journalist for University of California I tend to travel all over the state visiting interesting people who are doing innovative research. I always have my Canon 5D Mark iii on hand and my field recorder to do my interviews. Recently, I decided to also bring along my Nikon FG-20 and expired 35mm film that I bought through the Lomography Shop. So far, the outcome has been really interesting and hopefully this will be one of many future posts about my travels through the golden state.