Those were probably the first bunch of photos i took on film since the high school times. Tired of seing my father´s old camera forgotten on his wardrobe, one day i asked my sister for some film roll to check if the camera was working properly.She had a color Lomo 400 roll somewhere and i... Continue Reading →

Portraits with Lomo

This is a medium format roll. Lomography, in addition to its own 35 mm film, also has the same but in medium format. 110mm or 120mm, designed for lomographic cameras. If the aim is to try medium format without spending much money and just to test any camera, these are a good chance, since its... Continue Reading →

Behind Scenes – Color Implosion

Adox Color Implosion is the real name of this modified color film. Photographed at ISO 100, we get more neutral shades with a little blue shift. Photographed at ISO 400 we get red shades. It's a film with a grain quite visible, despite being ISO 100. You can count on it. I leave you some... Continue Reading →

Walking with Silvermax

Silvermax became (for now) one of my favorite film (speaking in black and white). That black-and-white film contrasted to the "dark" style with a scale reduced to gray and black, is called Adox Silvermax. The grain is fine (ISO 100) and the detail is notorious. But for me the beauty is in the shadows that... Continue Reading →

Lisboa – Fuji C 200

  Taking advantage of my brother's visit to Lisbon, we decided to be tourists for a few hours. I took with me the Sprocket Rocket, a plastic lomographic machine, expert in panoramic photography. Being a tourist with such a machine made a lot of sense in my head. And it was a lot of fun... Continue Reading →

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