The more I look at these photos, the sadder I get that the LC-A I used was just a loaner camera and that I had to give it back...I wasn't sure what I was expecting from this camera but when I first saw the photos I was a little underwhelmed by them: it's easy to get caught up in the hype of something and I wonder if perhaps I was expecting a little too much from it.
However looking at the photos again, more and more details start to pop out that I wouldn't expect to see from my other Lomography cameras and I'm still so impressed by the colours, the contrast balance and delicacy it has with its multiple exposures.
The LC-A has an understated excellence to it and I can imagine with more use I would learn more about its individual charms and I can start to see why people love this camera so much. This camera is definitely going on my christmas list! (and I'm pretty sure it will be worth the rather hefty price tag too).
You can see the entire film of photos here.
Location: Manchester, England
Camera: LC-A (Loaned to me by Lomography for the afternoon)
Film: Cross processed Lomography Xpro Chrome ISO 100