Healty Options

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© Daniel Go
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These are the test shots from the 1st roll of film I shot from the LOMO LC-A+. Man! it's hard!! Most of the shots are blurry as I really have yet to grasp the nuances needed to shoot the LC-A+ with. I also need to cut down on coffee. But all in all, it was a really cool, trippy & wild ride. I truly enjoyed every moment of it and look forward to improving.

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  • Paul Lavallee

    Paul Lavallee gave props (8 Dec 2007):

    a healthy dose of color saturation here!

  • Daniel Go

    Daniel Go said (9 Dec 2007):

    Paul, Thanks so much!

  • Roberto Ferraris

    Roberto Ferraris said (11 Jan 2008):

    I've an Holga that I use with 35mm films...when I'll find a good scanner for the films...ahhhh : )
    Ehm ehm...which scanner do you suggest to me?
    Bye!
    Rob

  • Daniel Go

    Daniel Go said (12 Jan 2008):

    Roberto,Thanks so much. I really don't have much ideas for scanners since I let the developer develop and scan my photos.

  • Daniel Go

    Daniel Go said (12 Jan 2008):

    shannon, Thanks so much, God bless you =)

  • Lucy Guiliano

    Lucy Guiliano said (16 Jan 2008):

    I love this ... the color is great!!!! I just got the Lomo Fisheye and I can't wait to try it out... I'm extra-inspired now. Thanks!

  • Daniel Go

    Daniel Go said (16 Jan 2008):

    Lucy, Thanks, Make sure to use slide films. check out Fuji Velvia, Provia or Sensia then after shooting the roll, have it developed using the regular developing chemials ( cross processing) for the wild color shifts, saturation and contrast :)

  • Becca Bornstein

    Becca Bornstein gave props (27 Nov 2008):

    I love how you have made to something so ordinary look so interesting!

  • Daniel Go

    Daniel Go said (27 Nov 2008):

    Becca, thanks :)

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