After few weeks of getting back from Guangzhou and owning a Diana F+ lomo camera, I had finally loaded my first roll into camera, took 12 shots which is the maximum number of photos, processed into negative and scanned into digital.
It’s not like holding a camera because it doesn’t feels like you have snapped a photo when you press on the shutter, only after you have processed the photos, you only can know the outcome.
I got a school teacher that her family opens a photo lab, so my processing is done by her. RM4 for processing of my film into negative film (film that can store for later use for printing or scanning) and RM10 for scanning into digital format. If I have a film scanner (flatbed scanner), I would have save the RM10 but a film scanner is very expensive.
I sent to my teacher yesterday and I’ve already got it today. It’s just a few shots but I am happy with it. I’ll share all here with you, all the 12 photos. Some turned out not so nice and some edited a little bit, hope you don’t mind.
I went to the Chowrasta Market on Sunday with my DSLR and Diana F+ lomo camera hanging around my neck. I believe this does attracted some attention there.
I twist the film over a little bit so it appeared a little bit out of frame but it’s still nice. I did take photos with my DSLR too but I think I’ll post it up in other time. Now let’s talk about lomography first. The black area around the edges of the photo is called vignettes.
I don’t know is it the scanner or the camera, but still look good to me.
From then on, I switched to fisheye lens. I kept my original one in bag but somehow I can’t find it at home, I’ve forgotten where I misplaced it or I’ve drop it. So sad!
The printing man thought that there’s a problem with the ring but actually I used a fisheye lens, the viewing angle is almost 180 degree.
It was a nice sunny day with blue sky, so taking photos wouldn’t be a problem. I won’t take photos with it during cloudy day because I am not sure what the photos will going to be turned up, it’s the safest to take on a sunny day.
Mom and dad became my model too. Mom hate the fisheye because she said it made her looked like a alien.
My tuition teacher, Anthony helping out at his relative’s store. This photo was actually very dull and I’ve tweak the colour so that you can see something, or else it was very washed out.
The bra stall in the market has a very good business. Perhaps you can think of selling bra too at the market too. Haha.