This week, I thought it would be fitting to share some shots I took from another roll of Lomography CN 800 film since I posted my review last week. If you haven’t read that one yet you can catch it here. Kelsey and I often drive to the town next to ours called Tradition, Florida. It’s a relatively new city that is still building up, but it has a nice town square surrounded by stores and restaurants. There’s a town hall and a lake that you can walk around.
It’s a nice place to go and sit for a little bit of peace, and of course I find it a great place to take photos. You may recognize it from my videos and other articles. I’ve shot with many different cameras and film stocks there. On this particular day I had my Leica M6 and a roll of Lomography CN 800 with me because we were out shopping, and that has been my combo lately for taking photos from the car.
Before heading home, we decided to sit by the lake and watch the sun setting. The lighting was so beautiful, I couldn’t help but take a ton of photos. The birds were flying all around in the trees. It was so beautiful and peaceful.
This film is very saturated. The colors almost look neon. I loved the colors I was seeing in person, like the pink flowers in the photo below, and I think this film captured it well.
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I hope to visit Tradition, Florida at that time of day again soon. Next time I would like to have a medium format camera with me to capture these scenes.
I also shot a roll of black and white film that day, which I will share in another Shots article. Hopefully you enjoy these journal type posts. Let me know what you have been shooting lately.
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