I few weeks ago I bought a lomography action sampler camera. Since then I've been having fun testing it out. The following pictures are some of the results. I'm not sure if I'm quite happy with them, but it was a good first experiment. I mostly just took random shots (without using the viewfinder) on my way to work. I think I mostly dislike the film I used. Unfortunately it's the only film they sell at my local store. I also think that the people who develop my pictures at the lab (in my local grocery store) automatically adjust the contrast and all. I can't really ask them questions since I do not speak Korean. But I'll keep the negatives and see if I can have them developed again once I get back to Canada.
SleepyBear also bought me a Holga, but I've been unable to find 120 films, so I think I'll just have to convert it to 35mm while, once again, I wait to come back.
The store where we bought them had a lot of lomography cameras. Next time I go I might buy a fisheye camera just for fun.
I like film. I like the random results coming from these cameras as well.
I am really excited to take more pictures this summer.
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