I take photographs with toy cameras and vintage point & shoot compact film cameras. You won’t find reviews or technical details of the camera’s used, just a few of my favourite examples of the developed results.
For 10 years I have taken photographs using Lomography, toy and other vintage and plastic cameras including a Holga 120 GN, Diana F+, Diana Mini, Lomography Supersampler, La Sardina DIY, Lomography Konstruktor, Lomography Fisheye 2, Superheadz Demekin, Golden Half and Ultra Wide and Slim, Time Magazine SLR, Olympus XA2, Olympus OM10, Olympus Trip 35, Olympus OM4, Olympus OM2n, Olympus IS 300, Minolta Hi-matic AF2, Minolta Dynax 5, Nikon EM, Nikon Nuvis S APS Camera, Olympus Mju Metal V, Lomo LC-W and an original Russian Lomo LC-A and Lomo LC-A+. As well as Polaroids with a 636 One Step and Polaroid Originals OneStep 2.
A lot of these have wildly inaccurate viewfinders, fixed or zone focus, a single shutter speed and are made in embarrassingly bright colours. They originate from all over the world, China, Japan, Russia, Germany, Austria. I have also used film long passed it’s sell-by date. I’ve had film developed in the wrong chemicals or loaded the film backwards so the light passes through the back of the roll. For other photographs I’ve shot obsolete film formats like 110 and APS.