Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Here are some photos from my first test roll with the Golden Half Telepathy.  The Superheadz miracle happened again, so I am now a firm believer.  Out of the 36 possible shots, 33 came out.  I'm not going to post all, though, as most of them are either overexposed or underexposed.  I think I got used to the Fat Lens that doesn't need any adjustment in the settings, so I wasn't able to manipulate the simple settings for this baby.  Lesson learned, yeah?

I just love a clear blue sky
I'm pretty obsessed with my new shoes
What? No food in pool? Guess I better find my food elsewhere. ;)

The gratuitous lomo self-portrait taken in front of the car side mirror

A break from all the greenery - a view from our office window

Till the next test roll :)


Friday, November 4, 2011

How amazing is the Lomokino?  I'm usually a Superheadz fan, and I love my Digital Zumi 2++ wholeheartedly and then some, but this movie camera is just too freakin' awesome not to share.  See video below and swoon.

Teaser Trailer from Lomography on Vimeo.

Basically, the Lomokino is Lomography's newest baby, a movie camera that lets you shoot a mini movie composed of 144 frames on any 35mm film.  What I love about this is that it looks quite simple to operate.  Let's just hope it's a little sturdier than most Lomography products. :P

What I'm just wondering is, how the hell do you unload, process, and watch the film itself?  I have yet to read the whole thing, but this is really exciting. Not sure if I'd be willing to shell out for it, though.  My heart belongs to the Zumi.