Living in Sydney, in a terrace, with homemade birdfeeders hanging out the front sounds so ideal to me I had to take a photo of it when I found it. I hope these residents realise how good they got it. Lomography Fisheye and ISO-400.
My boyfriend bought this pretty little thing not too long ago and it has since made it.. (just).. to all the festivals we made it to this past summer. Here it is in all its glory. And the pretty little thing just beside it makes the photo all the better. Diana Mini and Lomography 800.
Another one from that same Walking Who gig I showed you before. Another double exposure with my Diana Mini and Lomography 800 film - and you can expect many more of these in future. Want to hear them? Find the link in my 'Who' post. This is the one I will leave you with for a week. I am heading to New Zealand and will have plenty more to share when I return.
A party from this angle, through this lens, seems alot more haunting than your average run of the mill party photo. The backyard of the mansion, a lomo fisheye and a different perspective of a pretty cool party.
I think I am going to start a collection of dog photographs. I just love them. So much. Frankie is one of the cutest things ever. But I like how the Holga and Lomography Redscale 50-200 film combo make him appear a bit more intimidating and creepy than his normal little, playful self. In this photo he's a bit more dangerous than your everyday lap dog.
Just one of these exposures wouldn't be quite as good alone as they are together - and on their own wouldn't do an amazing music festival as much justice as they do as a double exposure. Holga. 400 speed film. Double double.
I like this photo. I don't know why I like it so much. There is nothing very special about it. Nothing grabs you, pulls you in. But it's simple, seemingly effortless and at the same time somewhat mysterious and a bit eerie. I don't like letting these types of opportunities just float on by. (Pentax Spotmatic & Lomography 800 film)