I got a Lomokino for Christmas, and although I have shot a few films so far, have discovered it’s a bit of a pain in the ass actually making up the films.

Every film you shoot, is on 35mm film, which I think is wonderful – the scope this gives you to get different effects from using different types of film is huge!

However, this does mean that when you develop the film, you have a strip of 144-ish frames, all of which need to be separated out before they can be compiled into the completed micro film. I’m sure there is an easier way to do this! (Please feel free to share any tips you might have!)

So here is my first film, A Day Out At Hackley Bay, and a few frames from one in progress…Image


About Rosie

Scientist, producer, data-lover, bicyclist, taker of photos, and forever maker of things
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