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Lomography Interview
Old 03-06-2016   #1
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Lomography Interview

For anyone interested Lomography magazine did a short interview with abut a project I just did, lomodam, using a could of Lomo cameras I do quite like.

Have a look here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/3...-nick-de-marco

3 by Nick De Marco, on Flickr

7 by Nick De Marco, on Flickr

25 by Nick De Marco, on Flickr

5 (2) by Nick De Marco, on Flickr


And my latest blog on it here: http://rangefinderchronicles.blogspo...-magazine.html

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Great work! What kind of film are you using for the 120?
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Thanks both. In the above shots the 35mm are (i) Lomo 100 colour negative film and (ii) Fuji Superia 400 and the 6x6 are both Kodak ports 400.

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Well done Nick. Great shots. Fancy trying both those Lomos myself sometime.

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Very nice Nick, and a good advert for Lomo (although I still prefer my LTMs ).

I may well spring for the book.
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