Subway Snoozing

Subway Snoozing

Shot with a Lomo LC-A on Lucky SHD 100 film. Who says cheap film can’t produce nice images? © Patrick Bresnahan

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13 thoughts on “Subway Snoozing

    • thanks! The low vantage point came out of necessity. I was shooting ISO 100 film and the lighting was low in the subway station. I didn’t have a tripod handy at the time, so I just put the camera on the ground to avoid camera shake : )

      • Sure thing. The limitations of film can make you have to think more creatively. Thanks for following my blog, and I look forward to following yours, keep it up.

    • Yeah, I rather like the look of Lucky b&w film in 35mm. I haven’t had much luck with the 120 version. The negatives always came out streaky. Perhaps the fixer I used was exhausted, but the other films I developed with the same batch came out fine. The Lucky color 200 is alright, but the colors come out a bit muted. Anyhow, the b&w 35mm is great! It has an old fashioned quality to it. Sometimes the images turn out really soft and whites even glow a bit – not quite as extremely as an infrared – but somewhat similar.

    • Thanks, it came out of necessity. I was shooting ISO 100 film at the time and the lighting was poor in the subway. I had to put the camera on the ground to avoid camera shake

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