I decided to have some fun, like I used to previously in my film world. I used to love doing selfies to play with films, developers, cameras, and just learn new things.

So tonight, I loaded the Fisheye No.2 with some ORWO N74+ and shot two passes. First pass was in the driveway with the street behind me. Then I rewound back until I thought I was close to the start of the film and reshot over it inside the garage. Some of the shots used the built in flash, some used the Diana flash and some used the lighting/lamp in the garage. What I thought was interesting is, I somehow managed to get the frames aligned almost perfectly when I rewound. I had intended of having them overlap but these turned out silly and fun. Sometimes photography is just about doing something silly and fun.

5 Comentários

  1. yonosoydeaqui
    yonosoydeaqui ·

    Nice B&W

  2. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    @yonosoydeaqui Thank you!

  3. gepo1303
    gepo1303 ·

    Very cool one, man. I'll try to get one like this from myself

  4. gepo1303
    gepo1303 ·

    Nice text too, btw.I think Lomo should remain experimental and not be taken too serious. I mean it in a 100% positive way, because in my point of view the rules of classical photography are sit out here. Be silly and fun, it's Lomo! You can study photography at university, so how can I mess with those educated people?! I don't want to know too much about the serious photography, that's a reason for me to be in this community. But sometimes one of my friends, who's a very successful fully educated photographer, likes my pics anyway...

  5. alienmeatsack
    alienmeatsack ·

    Thanks @gepo1303! I am with you, I think that Lomography and "Lomo" style photos should be fun. That is part of the point. I do a little of both fun (experimental and so forth) as well as more serious stuff. But the Lomo style stuff is always more fun to me. My good friend @forceusr tends to lean towards more serious photography but I think he's liking the idea of having some Lomo style fun too, slowly.