I am the most creative at night when the world is quiet and my thoughts can flow freely. Tonight my focus is how to get more light into my low light Lomo’ Instant Wide black and white photos. Actually, I want more light in all of my Lomo’ Instant Wide photos. It has been a struggle and I refuse to believe that I am light-limited with my instant cameras. So I research and I have honestly scoured the Internet for tips on shooting in low light and have not had any luck.
A little about me….I decided to devote myself to film photography and realized that I love instant gratification of instant photography. I also love the Lomography style of film photography so those are what I focus on. I applied to the M.F.A Photography and Electronic Media graduate program at Maryland Institute College of Art and I love it. I have been exploring experimental instant photography as a way of expressing myself.
This evening I had a hunch that the wide angle flash attachment that comes with the Lomo’ Instant Wide kit might work and shot some practice photos. Sorry it is late and the only subject around is me. Here are a few shots, indoors and out.
So back to the drawing with the night shots but I am feeling pretty good about the indoor shots. I am having more success with the Polaroid Original and Lomo’ Instant Wide cameras than any other.
Don’t Think Just Shoot