Posts Tagged ‘lc-wide’

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: Hawaii Two-0

Finally picked up some rolls of film from our Hawaii “workation”. My favorite shots are some of the underwater scenes that I caught with my LC-Wide and some 800 ISO Lomo film. I’m super glad I broke down and bought the Krab underwater case that fits all the LC-A models. This batch of half-frame advance […]

American Analog: Rice Paper Scissors

After spending new year’s brunch with the girls (and guys) from Rice Paper Scissors, I’m glad to finally share some of the film shots from the pop-up. Thanks to Val and Katie and Whiz Burgers for the behind the scenes action. All shots from expired rolls of Konica 200 ISO film on a Minolta SLR […]

American Analog: Kompact Wide

If you’ve been following the blog, you’ve seen me playing around with my LC-Wide a lot recently. I posted some shots a few days ago of what happens when you use a full exposure with a half frame advance, so here a few shots taken using the half frame exposure (literally just opening up the […]

Journey into Analog: Half frame hall of fame

The LC-A‘s bigger cousin, the LC-Wide, has some great features. I recently posted some black and white shots from mine, but I wanted to mess around with the LCW’s “half frame” mode. By setting your camera to half frame, it only advances half as much as normal mode for each shot, there’s also a half-frame […]