Using crap photos taken with a Lomo Actionshot, here’s some more collage action.
Just made this, a poster of Lomography’s 10 Golden rules to use in the Light Box shop for the Appreciation of Beauty workshop, where participants get to use Lomo Cameras (Fish Eye, Mini Diana and Actionshop Flash) to take photographs. I aways knew of the 10 golden rules, but making this here poster just refreshed it all for me, feeling very inspired! Click here for a lager size and to zoom.
It’s almost a shame that when you get your film developed at a photo developers, you have the choice of getting a CD for an extra £1 or £2. I can never resist, and it saves my time scanning. With the film I got developed from my Pop 9, I got the CD, and then cut up some of the prints, like this unflattering pic of Elena. Sorry Elena! She is the wrong way round too, but I like it.
You can buy a Pop 9 Camera for £35 on the Lomography website shop: linked here
“One single 35mm shot produces 9 identical images on one print – instantaneously transforming the environment around you into explosions of pattern-repeating pop-art!”