I'm exhibiting over 50 of my LOMO LC-A images as part of an upcoming show with over a dozen other photographers all using plastic low tech cameras.
If your in Melbourne on the 15th July drop in to the opening night and say G'day.
On June 30 2006 33 Views
Phaedrus On 23/03/2007
How did the show go?I've been experimenting with a homemade LC-A lens adapter for my 20D... Not quite ready for prime-time, but good results so far... :)
Danaecita_linda On 18/10/2006
my sister lives in melbourne,,,i have to call her,,,but i don't know the time diference,,,hahahaha,,no kidding,,so lazy.good flog
Niceandsoft On 02/08/2006
wow...that's great...i would love to be there!see you!bye¬¬(from chile)
Oz_lomo On 17/07/2006
It was a top night. Heaps of punters rocked up. Head feels shocking.
76kombi On 16/07/2006
how was the opening?how's yr head?
Oz_lomo On 14/07/2006
76kombi On 12/07/2006
hey dude, can't make it on Saturday, but will be there on Sunday arvo. Have a great opening :)
Maguita_a On 30/06/2006
76kombi On 30/06/2006
c u there
Fernandow_jr On 30/06/2006
Group fotolog, please post photos of cameras, new or old. Any picture that shows more than the camera itself WILL BE deleted.Please DO NOT post pictures that are NOT YOURS or that are COPYRIGHTED, they will be DELETED.( ex: pictures that you got at the manufactor`s sites, stores, test sites,etc ). Photos posted with intention of purchase and/or sell will be extinguished. /cameras DO NOT accepted this type of transaction. Post it in a site like eBay, Mercado Livre, etc
All uploads should include an element of light play.
This group is about the streaks, blurs and other
effects caused by long exposure shots and lights.
These blurs can be caused by the lights moving, the
camera moving, or both lights AND camera moving. BE
Photos that look like a failed attempt to take a night
shot will be deleted. If you cannot hold the camera
still enough to take a good night shot, you should
wave it around like crazy to get a good borriscos
You can also use lights to paint shapes in the air.
Explore the possibilities!