My Lomo Roadshow Photos Part 1

First, I need to get this out of my system.
Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
There are LC-A photos on my blog. LC-A baby!

Ok, I'm done, but seriously... LC-A. Finally.
I'm going to have to get me one of those one day...
Everything about it was pretty amazing - it sounded great, it was so sturdy yet compact and I really enjoyed using it. I'm also really happy with how the photos turned out.

Me and the Lomo Mum's
{the Lomo Mum's and I, such lovely ladies.
and I love the they are taking photos too!}

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At first, I found it quite intimidating taking photos in a large group especially as I was using a camera and film I hadn't used before, so I took it as an opportunity to take photos differently from how I usually do too. I focused on the people around me, watching them take photos and taking photos of them, I don't usually do that.

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Everytime I try a new film at the moment I seem to be completely overwhelmed by them and the Lomography Xpro Chrome is no exception, I can't get over the richness of the tones and the beautiful contrast, I didn't even tweak any of these photos. I can't wait to use it more.

Location: Manchester, England.
Camera: LC-A+ (yeay! loaned to me by Lomography for the afternoon)
Film: Cross Processed Lomography Xpro Chrome.