anelfandhiszippo

  • Alias: anelfandhiszippo
  • City:Katrineholm
  • Country:Sweden
  • Age: 23

Bio:

Tjena! I am a 23 year old photo fanatic from the north of Sweden who loves the the "defects" of toy cameras and the joy of sitting down with a good video game.

  • How long have you been a Lomographer? How did you get into it?

    For about 9-10 months, I was on a hunt for a fisheye lens to my DSLR but instead I came across the fisheye2 on a Swedish website in February and thought I try it out and some weeks later I found the lomography website(hmm...interesting).I never bought a fisheye lens to my DSLR, Instead I ordered an Lca+ and so on.

  • The strangest, funniest, or hands-down greatest photographic/Lomographic encounter that you have ever had.

    WHAT! I cant see the pictures?! Some drunk person at a party trying to see the picture(s) on the back of my lca+, After that either the lca, fisheye or Holga always companion me at a party, hehe

  • If your photos shown here could have a soundtrack of three songs, what would they be (song title & artist please).

    Pictures - System Of A Down My Extraordinary Mind - No Fun At All Dreamer - Ozzy Osbourne

  • If you could be anywhere, doing anything, right now V where would it be and what would you do?

    Japan, Tokyo, enjoy life and lomograph.

  • Describe your Lubitel + in 5 words.

    Full Control lovely black box

  • Is this your first Lubitel camera?

    Yes, I have been looking at twin-lens reflex cameras for some time. But I never bought one, thought I wait a little bit but then the Lubitel 166+ came out and I could not resist.

  • What do you like the most/least about this camera?

    I like the viewfinder and that you have to look down at it and that there's NO BATTERIES one thing less to worry about.

  • If you could give a Lubitel to anyone in the world (as a gift), who would it be?

    I know that my sister would like one so she would get one.

  • Your advice to future Lubitel shooters.

    Have fun with it, be creative, use it in any situation and you will learn a lot about photography.

  • Your best photo so far, why?

    The black&white photo with the little footbridge over the cold spring. I Like how the footbridge moves in to the picture and the path continues to fade away in the forest.