taken with iPhone 5s at Balangan Beach, Bali
When I was in junior high, my dad bought me a Lomography Sprocket Rocket Panorama camera in the colour bright red. It’s basically a film panorama camera, where it uses two frames per take, thus making only 18 pictures per film roll. I randomly take pictures with the camera, not knowing enough about film cameras. In uni, I decided to experiment more with my friend’s Fuji film camera which has a built-in flash therefore making it easier to use than my Lomo camera. The results of the Fuji film camera were posted a few months ago. After using two rolls of my Lomo camera, I decided to get them washed and scanned yesterday at a film studio in Denpasar. I didn't take the DigitaLIZA Scanning Mask, therefore the sprocket holes aren't scanned. The results weren’t all good-looking and some of them were accidentally either overlapping, too bright or too dark because of my clumsiness and forgetfulness, but it made me happy anyway. I am still learning to make good looking pictures and not burning or overlapping or blurring pictures.