I purchased a DIY Plastic Konstruktor Kit from Lomography. It was a little challenging to put together, but great fun to play with in Glenelg, the city and a couple of playgrounds! tried for some abstract ideas, photographed a reflection of myself taking a photo and had a go at a couple of double exposures […]
The Lomography fisheye camera proved an effective tool for taking a different look at one of the many Chinese Buddhist temples on Phuket island.
Before I left for Thailand I enjoyed a short break in Kingston0on-Murray with a dear friend. Forgot that I had some Sprocket Rocket images in the camera form our great time away.
I took the Sprocket Rocket into Chiang Mai for some fun last month. My hot pink camera isn’t very subtle for street photography, but I managed to gather some action shots and glimpses into Chiang Mai’s streets, city walls and markets.
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.
Just scanned another roll of 35mm colour negative film – from my 360 Spinner. Really pleased with the result of these!!!!!
My sister and I had a short holiday in Normanville. I took the Holga 120N out loaded with black and white film – to see how double exposing would work. Bingo! Some interesting effects!
My Sprocket Rocket has been out adventuring – in Adelaide and on the River Murray. This is one of my favourite film cameras – love the sprocket hole effect.