I never got into the whole Lomo Cam fad. I just couldn't understand back then why you would want shots that were already filtered or have a fish eye view. Sometimes it can be fun but most of the time, it just weirded me out.
When D mentioned trying out the paper camera, I was a little iffy but hanging out with him has taught me to just say go so I did. We got our hands on the Hinoki Paper Shoot and my first reaction was, "it's so tiny!"
After a week or so, I finally got to try it out and lo and behold, I actually had fun with it. So, there are 4 filters that go with it. Normal, black and white, cold, and sepia. I took different shots inside my home, outside our village and even the skies. I have to say that I actually like the end product and that some of the shot are even very clear.
Lovin' the vibe of this shot.
The old feel of this photo is something that I can get used to.
I am so surprised that this was very clear.
Artistic? I think it's pretty good.
I had fun shooting around the metro and would definitely love to have my own Hinoki. I feel like it lets you explore more than a normal camera. If you can get your hands on one, I suggest you do coz it brings back the fun in taking photos.