After how many years of not using film I've taken up lomography. I blame Oui, Mikko and Shane for this. When talking with people who are often mentioning these things to me (often enough that is), I get more curious about another hobby. I borrowed Mikko's Holga 135 and loaded a Kodak Colorplus ASA 200 film. I should've borrowed his flash as well. The skies were so grey this afternoon. At least I still managed to get something out of my 24 shots of film, right?
This shot of the Fernando Street sign was one of the shots that my friends seemed to like a lot. This is my second favorite shot of the day. But considering that people like this more, this will be the biggest photo on this post. Hehe. I am still not used to the viewfinder. But I like how it turned out anyway.
This lantern is actually my favorite. It has the image of the red lantern in focus and the facade of the shop is the more translucent one.
Foot shot! Perfect timing was that I was on the sidewalk. This calls for a pedestrian theme. It's as if it's the beginning of a commuter's daily commute.
Another street sign. Oui seems to like it. I am glad someone agrees with me. There's something about this photo. Maybe it's just that it tells you not to turn left. XD
I hope you enjoyed looking at these photos as much as I had enjoyed taking them. :) If you want to see the other photos, please check out my Flickr set of my first roll of film in lomography.