Images taken in Cornwall a few months ago on Lomo Color 400 film with an Olympus Trip.
Some more images of my friends from Cornwall when I went to visit (one of whom is an excellent photographer you should check out Steven Prebble) taken on a selection of cameras as I had several rolls to finish. The following were used; Olympus OM-1, Olympus Trip, Olympus Auto Eye (yes I admit it, fanboy) and the film was either Lomography Color 400 or Agfas Vita Plus 200. Enjoy.
Another selection of images taken at a Work Christmas Party, again all taken on my Olympus Trip using Lomography 400 colour film, the lighting was a bit less helpful this time around so the film struggled a lot more with the situation.
As you might guess I have a day job, no one is stupid enough to pay me money to photographs, boo! However what that does mean is that I work with some pretty awesome people and get to have fun at Christmas time in parties and the like, hooray. All the images taken here at one of those, all on Lomography 400 colour film using my fantastically pocketable Olympus Trip. Obviously being a 400 ISO daylight film it was never going to bring out the best results however, firstly I am impressed by how well it did cope with the lighting and secondly, who doesn’t love a bit of grain?
Sometimes the best things in life really are free, at least that’s what it feels like with the Olympus Trip 35 I was given by my girlfriends dad earlier this year. Near perfect condition, barely used, could it become one of my favourite cameras? Well from the fact I’m a huge Olympus geek, and that many of you know that already, you can probably guess the answer to that.
Not strictly a self portrait as it wasn’t taken by me, but it is on one of my camera’s. How does photography make you feel? It makes me feel like this, bloody fantastic!
Olympus Trip, Lomography 400 (more…)
A selection of images taken on a night out with some friends a few weeks back, using my Olympus Trip (as it fits just about into the inside pocket of a coat) and Lomography 400 Colour film. I’ve never used Lomo’s film before and will reserve judgement as, one this is the first roll and two it wasn’t exactly a daylight situation. Some of the images have come out quite well despite the lack of light available.
From the last roll of Poundland Special (Agfa Vista 200) I put through my Olympus Trip a while ago.
Taken on my Olympus Trip on Agfa Vista Plus 200.
A number of images taken on the same evening as this , this & this, some behind the camera and some in front. My friend Rich and I went down the Cardiff Bay Barrage to make some images of the sunset, annoyingly it was rather cloudy so most of the sky was dark at sunset itself, however it did allow the sun to poke out from below as it set and lit up the horizon. All images here were made on my Olympus Trip using Agfa Vista 200 film.