Lomography ORCA BW 100

  • ISO: 100
  • Film format: 110 Format
  • Developed: Black & white at the local film lab
  • Camera: Holga Micro-110
  • Expired: No

110…. well what can I say. When I got my first 110 camera, a Holga Micro 110 – the one these photos are made with – I found it kind of cool to shoot with.
I like that the camera is tiny and very easy to use.

But I gradually found out that the film were not that cool at all – and many of the cameras as well – the film frames are way to small, to get anything useful out of them.
Even if the film it self is good, like this ORCA BW from Lomography, that I really like, the frames a ruining the outcome.
Unfortunately they – as far as I can figure out – only make it as a 110 film, and that’s to bad, because I would have like to see – and tried – it in a 35 mm camera.

You quite often get this trashy look, when you are using 110 film, because of the small frames. And sometimes it looks good and sometimes it doesn’t. The Holga micro-110 camera is fantastic at amplify that trashy look.

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