Tag: lomo

  • Half-frame advance on a Lomo LC-Wide camera

    The LC-Wide is a wide angle version of Lomography’s famous LC-A+ camera. I love it’s wide angle lens, but my favorite feature of the LC-Wide is it’s half-frame advance. This feature is usually intended to be used with a plastic template that helps keep images from bleeding onto each other, but if you leave that…

  • American Analog: Some Scenes From Market Street

    I’ve been so busy working on my 3D City photo series this year that I haven’t had time to share any new 35mm shots. A few weeks ago I finally released the 3rd issue of my American Analog photo zine and have since gone out and shot a few rolls of film on my LC-A.…

  • American Analog: Scenes From a Zine

    Last year I took a trip to NYC with the sole purpose of taking enough photos to fill the 2nd issue of my American Analog zine. So far, the only pics I’ve shared have been of The Pigeon Guy, who also graces the cover of this issue, but now that the zine is out I…

  • American Analog: Twitch.TV

    My first editorial shoot is now live, you can read it on The Daily Dot. It’s a series I did about Twitch.TV’s new offices in SF. I thought it would be cool to use the photos to tell a story of the office’s vibe, rather than just one single image of each scene, so I…

  • American Analog: Lomochrome Purple Portland Eater

    American Analog: Lomochrome Purple Portland Eater

    After months and months of waiting, our LomoChrome Purple film finally arrived, just in time for our trip to Portland. I loaded it up in my XA-4, which I’m admittedly still getting used to and shot this roll. I love the results. Seriously, it’s like infrared film without the hassle. The film is recommended for…

  • American Analog: Downtowns

    Some fresh shots from downtown SF, as seen on my LC-A. I love the relaxing FedEX driver, above, but I loved having a chance to watch a couple SFPD officers allow some kids to take photo-ops on their motorbikes. Adorbs!