. All images taken last November with a Panasonic Lumix GX-1 with a combination of a Leica Summilux lens, Olympus Body Cap lens, and Holga lens. .
Plastic lenses for Micro Four Thirds Digital Cameras, this is what can be described, using John Stewart’s words, “a thing that ruins your pictures”. Searching for that dreamy analogue look of Lomography or other vintage/retro Russian cameras, without the hassles of developing film. While these lenses do give you the unpredictability of the point and shoot cameras of yesteryear with the added comfort of seeing what you just shot…it does take quite a bit of finagling of the digital camera’s […]
to replace my old, very first lumix camera. the new gx1 has a 16:9 mode, but that mode actually just crops your picture. size comparison between the two: still haven’t learned to really use it. some test shots taken indoors early morning, most of the blinds were closed. first and last shot was in toy camera mode (in the last shot i cropped the photo so you don’t see the dark heavy vignetting)