As Sarah and I took a walk around Lake Rotorua, I spotted this couple enjoying the lake beneath the shade of a tree… and I spotted a swan swimming nearby. This unsuspecting couple never saw it coming until it was too late… but thankfully I did. And so I hung around and did my best […]
I’ve been rather disappointed with the results I get from Rollei film. Rollei Blackbird did little to change that. These were some of the best from the roll. On another note: Rollei Blackbird is the 100th film I’ve posted to Going Lomo.
These were taken in Phnom Penh, Cambodia at the Royal Palace. I used Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film.
These were shot in Auckland, New Zealand. Sarah and I were taking a walk when I saw this girl sneaking up on some pigeons. I nearly missed the photo of her scaring the pigeons to take flight. I’m glad I didn’t. I took these using FPP B&W 100 film which is really Orwo UN54.
Sarah & I took a walk along Lake Rotorua one hot day and I managed to snap these photos on Kosmo Foto Mono 100 film.
Expired film can be so unpredictable. Sometimes you can shoot with 10 year old film and the results are amazing and other times, not so much. As a general rule of thumb, you should shoot expired film one stop slower than box speed for every decade past the expiry date and you should also bracket […]
While Sarah and I were in Marlborough, we rented some bicycles and took a tour of the wineries in the region. Our first stop was at Hans Herzog where we sampled a few of their wines. We were lucky enough that they gave us free rein to roam around the beautiful garden and restaurant. These […]
These are from my trip to the Marlborough wine region in New Zealand. Sarah and I wandered around the Picton waterfront before taking a cruise of the Queen Charlotte Sounds. It was a beautiful day. I used Lomography Cine400 Tungsten film with an 85B filter since tungsten film isn’t meant for outdoors and set the […]
These were taken last month at the Wintergardens at the Auckland Domain in… you guessed it: Auckland, New Zealand.
I shot these in Cambodia at Angkor Wat. The size of the temple ruins is staggering! It is simply breathtaking to see it all and I highly recommend visiting some of the lesser known temples as well (fewer tourists). I spent two days visiting six different sites. It was a dream come true.
I shot these in and around Pub Street in Siem Reap, Cambodia last year. I used Eastman Double-X 5222 B&W film that I purchased from the FPP. Double-X is actually a 35mm motion picture film made by Kodak and was used to make movies like Schindler’s List and the opening sequence in Casino Royale. I […]