I ended up at 3 different nurseries with 3 different cameras. I didn’t much realize it until later, but it makes for a good opportunity to compare/contrast digital and film cameras. Disclaimer: I’m not interested in disparaging either: pretty, fun, decent, mediocre, bad, artistic, etc. pictures have been made with both, and it’s not about […]
And it is, too… but you’ll have to open this up and read it to find out what it is. No more hints.
So… as part of a plan for a new project—and in the interest of denying my gear lust, or at least lowering the cost associated with it some—I decided to buy a film camera instead of the D750. What did I buy? How did I decide? Read on to find out…
As you might have gathered, I’ve recently gotten into film some…
And I found some more quirks… And some more fun surprises too!
As mentioned before, the LC-A is a groovy little camera, and I have no regrets in picking it up. That said, it does have some quirks interesting features.
A long and rambling overview of my first experience with and around the Lomo LC-A. More to come: I’ve put a few rolls through it since this first one, and will be sharing some pictures from those in the coming days or weeks.