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Posted: 05.17.2003
I know you'll get to like it if you give it a chance now
As mentioned earlier, Todd took off with my Lomo this week. His b&w Lomographs have been added to the newly redesigned lomo-motion.com.

Hopefully this weekend I'll be able to add the Lomo images I took in downtown Tampa and Ybor City last weekend (separate from the preview of images taken with my G3). But for now, check out Todd's photos -- I'm very impressed!

Hey boy take a look at me...let me dirty up your mind...

it came out nice! it's very clean, I like it. :)

¤ ¤ credit: Joelle | 05.17.03 at 02:23 AM | link--this ¤ ¤

love the new look of lomo-motion.com very cool.

man i want a lomo...and a g3. so, um...if you see me stalking..i mean walking around your place...don't think twice about it;)

¤ ¤ credit: lor | 05.17.03 at 09:59 AM | link--this ¤ ¤

It looks great! I have been dying to get a lomo for myself.. they look like so much fun.

¤ ¤ credit: sphinx | 05.17.03 at 12:36 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

... also, those black and white lomos are gorgeous!

¤ ¤ credit: sphinx | 05.17.03 at 12:37 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

those are incredible! the contrast setting is perfect. do lomo pictures do that automatically? where is that place? it's so beautiful. the statuary is killing me. (i'm sure that sign says what the place is, but i can't read it)

¤ ¤ credit: tanya | 05.17.03 at 02:22 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

Lomo's are technically auto-nothing, but the contrast and saturations are inherent in the camera itself. We're finding out film makes a difference as we go along though. My first batch was taken with the lomo film that came with the camera. Last weekend, I shot with Fuji 100 color film and wasn't nearly as happy with it. It's going to take a lot of experimentation and reviews...

Of all places, he took the photos during his lunch hour at Sam Ash Music in Clearwater. It's right by Ruth Eckerd Hall, and they have a statuary garden outside the property.

¤ ¤ credit: robyn | 05.17.03 at 02:32 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

I've got a set of Photoshop actions that do about the same thing so I'll stick to those :-)

¤ ¤ credit: Jason D- | 05.17.03 at 03:11 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

I've got those, too -- but they really aren't the same when you compare print to monitor. Plus, it's just a fun camera to play with. ;-)

¤ ¤ credit: robyn | 05.17.03 at 03:27 PM | link--this ¤ ¤

either you're into real photography or you're not. i've gotten away from it in the past year, and i've just been using my digital. but i have a darkroom in my basement, and developing and printing my own film was one of my earliest loves. i have no problem with anyone not wanting to do it that way, but the first time you crack open a canister of film with a can opener and process it yourself, you're hooked for life.

¤ ¤ credit: tanya | 05.19.03 at 09:29 AM | link--this ¤ ¤

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