Niagara Lomo

Canada Film Lomo LC-Wide Niagara Falls Niagara-on-the-lake People Streets Travel

I didn’t really care that carrying more than one camera is impractical. Having picked up this hobby back in 2004-2005 for me it seems like a norm now.

Just thought of throwing that out since between myself and my husband I think we brought around 5-6 cameras. And it’s not like we left for a week. Anyway.

Decided to waste use slide film (Provia 400, FPP Retrochrome 320 shot at 400, Sensia 100) and x-pro the heck out of ’em. As well as test the Lomography Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400. Which, despite its name, is actually a C41. It’s not bad (better than the Turquoise one gah) although it is nothing similar to the Aerochrome which is soooo hard to find (not to mention that the price skyrocketed like crazy).

Upon receiving my negatives I found out that my LC-W’s batteries are faulty as some of the negatives did not expose properly. Oh well. Otherwise the majority turned out the way I wanted to.