Monday, 25 February 2013

If you say the word then I'll say goodbye

You might remember I mentioned in a post a while ago that I accidentally bought a lomography fish eye camera back in the January sales. The pictures from my first film weren't all fantastic, the only film I had at home was a redscale film which is better suited to the great outdoors when you're not playing with an SLR that you can change the settings on. The first two pictures were by far the best, due to the fact that it was a crazily bright snowy day. But still, they're not a bad little bunch. I like the red, grainy effect and the fact that there's a definite charm to these less than perfect snaps. It definitely makes a nice change from taking 'proper' photos. I've bought some different film this time which should be better as an all rounder to play with on nights out aswell as in the daytime so now I'm desperate to whizz through the film so I can see what they turn out like too.  

If you've got a fish eye or another lomography camera and have posted your pictures then send me the links, I like being nosy!





(Oh, and next time I might consider getting my film copied onto a cd when I get it developed... taking vaguely decent pictures of the photos proved pretty flipping difficult!)

11 comments:

  1. love these photos!! they look amazing :) xo

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  2. I love the second one! :) They all look great :) I need to take my lomo cameras out, it's been a while. xx

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  3. The photos look really good! :)

    sophie-lillie.com

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  4. Oooh I love these photos! Especially the "landscape" shots. Always love the idea of these types of cameras but seem so expensive to maintain: film etc! I am a cheapskate Scot tho, so I guess it figures...xx

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  5. These photos are amazing!!! Esp loving the snowy one, it is just beautiful xxxx

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  6. omgosh these shots are amazing! i really want a fisheye camera :)

    hope you'll visit back
    www.marylee31.blogspot.com

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  7. I love disposable pictures and their characteristic picture style. I have a fish eye too and love it! So bad for selfies though, always makes your arms look weird!

    E x

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  8. i think it's such a shame we don't have as many disposables kicking about these days, they're always so nice to have! lovely photos! x

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  9. Where do you get these films developed? I have a Diana camera that i'm determined to teach myself the ropes to during summer. Lovely photos, I love the second one of the snow.

    Lindsey. x
    www.elegant-chaos.blogspot.com

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  10. I love these, especially the second one! I was wondering if you wanted to exchange blog buttons lovely, tweet me if you’re interested :)

    www.charlotte-eliza-king.com

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  11. I HEART fish eye!

    I purchased a fish eye lense for my Nikon, it cost an arm and a leg, therefore I went through a period where most of my photos were in fish eye, it would drive my friends up the wall, haha! I have a few holiday snaps on my blog with it, I'm sure you'll appreciate it even if my friends don't, ha! xo

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