The LC-A is a groovy little camera: quirky and inconsistent, sure, but groovy nonetheless.
Film is an interesting thing. I think it depends on manufacturer, but some of it dries very flat, some of it curls right back up, even tries to curl with a weight at the bottom; some of it twists up into a spiral. This particular roll of Lomography Color 100 bowed a bit and curled […]
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.
When scanning film with a dslr and hand-built scanning device, exposure—as with all other photography—is very important.
Don’t be impatient when drying film…
With the first attempt at at-home c-41 development, I made the error of failing to fill the tank all the way, with some interesting-ish and potential-filled results. With the second attempt, though, my errors were somewhat more severe, and with somewhat less-interesting results