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Last sun rays of the day

I think I accidentally made a mini series out of the 4 pictures that were developed from my last film. So here is 3/4! I have concluded with that my Lomo LC-A has a sticky/tired shutter, so I have to get someone to look at it for me. But before I do that, I’m going to use up my last film roll that I have in my camera now. Let’s cross our fingers that the sticky shutter unsticks itself (if […]

On my way home from work

This picture was taken one day after work. I was walking towards the tram, right before it arrived I looked back at the building I work in and saw how pretty the sun settled on it. This is also one of the four pictures that got developed from the broken film I talked about in the previous post. Still don’t know what went wrong with it, but I hope that the film I have in my Lomo now works out! […]

On a gloomy walk in Oslo

I love my mom’s old lomo LC-A so much. But honestly, it frustrates me a lot at this point. A few days ago I went to my local photo shop to get my pictures developed. I was super exited for the pictures because I though my last photo trip was such a success. It was a gloomy and stormy day with amazing colors in Oslo. After every picture I took i kept thinking to my self that I could not […]

BODIES: Part 2

Finally I’m here with part two of my BODIES series. Yes, I know I said next week three weeks ago. But let’s not talk about that. What fascinated me the most during this project was that everyone has something about their body that they don’t like. Me included. And many of them think that they are the only one who in insecure about that body part, which I learned is not true at all. maybe you’ll catch what’s the most […]

Deichman library – concrete contrasts

To be honest I’m still mesmerized about how cool and unique the Lomo LC-A is. It’s just something about how these pictures turned out, how it catches the light so perfectly. And the contrasts? I mean… wow! This is the last picture that turned out good from the library photo session. it’s funny how only a few pictures turn out good, and the rest just exist on my computer, hidden away in some folder. Kinda sad if you ask me, […]

Deichman library

There is a reason why I haven’t posted the last few weeks, you will see why soon. I wanted to show you guys this picture I took in my trip to the new library in Oslo. It was taken on my way home from studying for my exam. My exam is relevant to this website so I’m going to post about it when I’m done with the final touches. The funny thing is when I look back at this picture […]

Concrete jungle

Finally Oslo feels like a real capital. What was missing, you ask? well, we needed a big library. Dont get me wrong we have a lot of nice libraries in Oslo, but the new Deichman is everything you can ask for when it comes to libraries. Now that school has startet and we still have strict rules when it come to covid-19, it is nice to have a place to go to for studying. At my school we only have […]

Evening sun after work

You guys will notice after a while that I love the color combination orange and blue. I have loved it since art class in high school. Like in this picture of Lakkegata skole, which is a primary school near by where I live. Its located right by where the tram stops, so I see it all the time. This particular picture was taken an evening after work, around 10 o’clock. Yes, I know I said 10 at night. Here in […]

Lomo project intro

So here we are, three weeks after my dad announced that there will be new category called «Lomo-Project» where I will post the pictures I take with my moms old LOMO LC-A. My dad wrote a brief summery of how this all came together. It all was a coincidence. I have always had an interest for old photography, I remember in 8th grade we had a teacher who knew how to develop old films and thought us in arts and […]


Vor über 30 Jahren bekam meine Frau einen kleinen Fotoapparat von ihrem Opa geschenkt. Es war die russische “Lomo LC-A”. Das damals 13 jährige Mädchen hatte aber andere Dinge vor. Fotografieren stand da nicht so im Mittelpunkt. Genau 10 Bilder hatte sie damals mit dieser Kamera geknipst.

Bis heute lag die Kamera in ihrer Verpackung  und wurde nie wieder benutzt. Als meine Tochter uns vor ein paar Wochen besuchte und im Keller in unseren alten Sachen stöberte, fant sie den Fotoapparat. Liza studiert in Oslo  und hat den Fotoapparat nach dort entführt. das Gerät funktioniert noch einwandfrei. Beim “Aufziehen” hakt es ab und zu…

Sofort wurde recherchiert, Filme gekauft und fotografiert. Im Hauptmenü unter “Bilder” habe ich einen neuen Punkt “Lomo-Projekt” erstellt. Dort werden dieses Bilder gepostet. Den Link zum “Lomo-Projekt” habe ich im Hauptmenü unter “Bilder -> Lomo-Projekt” eingerichtet.

Die dort hinterlegten Beiträge sind alle in englischer Sprache verfasst. Die Autorin versteht und spricht deutsch, ist aber beim Schreiben in englisch sicherer als in deutsch… Zu den Bildern werden, neben der Motivbeschreibung, auch Informationen zu Film und Entwicklung der Bilder hinterlegt.