Eccentric Camera Fun


An infant’s grave in Ross Bay cemetery with a single date on headstone.

Last weekend I met up with local photographer Earle for a camera swap. We spent several hours in very flat light shooting each other’s cameras all around Victoria.

Earle shot my Olympus mjuii and I his Lomo LC-A+ RL.

The Lomo has a reputation for distorted optics and funky unpredictable results and it did not disappoint.

The grot factor was amplified by some Lomography Colour 800 and 10-year expired Fuji Superia X-Tra 400 (this shot).

A good time was had by both of us, and apparently by both cameras as well. We are already planning what to shoot with on our next swap.



Lomo LC-A+ with Russian glass lens, Fuji Superia X-TRA 400 expired 2007.




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