Weekly Photo Challenge: BIG

Cityscape
Taken with Lomography Fisheye No.2, Fuji film ISO 100
(c)NurseonBreak

Up
Taken with Lomography Fisheye No.2, Fuji film ISO 100
(c)NurseonBreak

 

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Sagada (Lomography Edition)

(c) NurseonBreak, March 2011
Taken with Lomography Fisheye No.2 with Fujifilm Neg ISO 100

(c)NurseonBreak
Lomography Fisheye 2, Fujifilm ISO 100

 

(c)NurseonBreak
Lomography Fisheye 2, Fujifilm ISO 100

Sumaging Cave
(c)NurseonBreak
Lomography Fisheye 2, Fujifilm ISO 100

(c)NurseonBreak
Lomography Fisheye 2, Fujifilm ISO 100

(c)NurseonBreak
Lomography Fisheye 2, Fujifilm ISO 100

 

 

Lomo <3 Animals

(c) NurseonBreak
Taken with Lomography Fisheye 2, Kodak C200 color neg

(c) NurseonBreak
Taken with Lomography Fisheye 2, Fuji neg film ISO100

This is what I like about using film cameras. Good shots come in surprise, and you’d want to experiment more on the angles next time. Even if photoshop or adobe editing is done by professionals and non-pros, I’d still stick to no altering what was captured. For me, anything encapsulated  in a lomograph is art.

 

Lomo Love

Lomography Fisheye 2 White Knight

I am a big fan of Lomography. It unleashes the artist in me.

I’m no professional but it makes me feel like one. Every time I hold my camera and shoot, not thinking of any rules, techniques or whatever, I feel like painting a canvass through my lomographs. I just feel bad that I haven’t had a chance to take my camera with me everyday due to my hectic schedule at work. I miss it, a lot!