Interesting what one can catch with a small and intriguing camera!
The Lomography Fisheye is a lot of fun. I have taken off the film edge from the set above, but left it on this image in order to get your opinion about how you prefer to see these images.
I really enjoy the randomness of double exposing one image over another. The Holga is just perfect for this kind of fun. These were taken in Melbourne last year 🙂
Double exposures with my Holga 120, on the road in Tibet.
Lomography Spinner sent into action in Thuchen, Tibet. Love the sepia toned image – something a little different!
Beautiful Spinners taken in Lahrong Monastery in Tibet.Stunning scenery, a sunny day – perfect formula for success!!
Just love these Spinners taken in Dzamthang village, near an extraordinary Monastery in Tibet. We had attracted a little too much attention, so spent a morning climbing up the mountain behind the village. Camped under these prayer flags for lunch.
I really love the Lomography Spinner. 360 degree views can be lots of fun. These 2 images were taken on the roads in Tibet last June. Finally called in home and had all the film I’ve been unable to process in Phuket developed and scanned them in for the next few posts.
Having lugged plastic cameras and film all around Tibet, you’d think I’d have more to show for my efforts! This is one of only 2 films I have been able to process here in Phuket. Still working on the others!! Holga doubles – taken in the countryside of Tibet. Check the posts following this one […]
These were taken in Southern Cross railway station in Melbourne – double exposed with the Holga 120N and lomography colour negative 100 ISO film. After scanning them into my computer I had a go at desaturating them …