Tuesday, May 18, 2010

lomo paris wheels

there's something about the quadratic format of 120mm shots that makes round shapes look great in lomographic pictures. paris-wheels are therefore almost always lomogenic. here's two quite different shots of two quite different paris-wheels. one is a double-exposure picture of the massive one that used to be on dam square, while the second is of the joke of a paris-wheel, barely 4 metres high, at nieuwmarkt in amsterdam. the first is shot on an expired roll of Kodak E200 Positive film, while the second is on an expired Fuji RVP (don't know the ISO). colors and contrast came out quite different, and the vignette is a lot stronger in the second one. both are with lomo diana f+


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