Some of my favourite subject matter for the last few images, Old Garages, Electricity Sub Stations, Trees, and of course Doors. Really surprised how the kodacolor performed considering it was more than 10 years out of date. I have mainly used Kodak films for colour over the years, and really miss Ektachrome.
I bought this Zenith Lomo about 15 years ago from a chemists shop for £8.00p. It was one of those lovely old fashioned shops, the owner being an active member of the local photographic community, and he always had a few cameras and lenses for sale in the window. Sadly he passed away sometime ago and the shop which is still a chemists has become like all the other aluminium windowed shops. I have only used the Lomo once or twice and liked it’s vignetting and the weird colours it produces sometimes.
Thought it was about time it had another outing. While loading the camera I noticed the light seals are disintegrating and really need replacing. After finishing the film it promptly tore in half during rewinding, so into the changing bag and after some cussing I managed to get most of the film back into the cassette.
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