me and the darkroom

in the context of my photography course i had a darkroom workshop a few weeks ago. i was fascinated immediately, so me and some of my course colleagues went to the darkroom one more time… and here’s what came out of it. the film i processed was a black & white lomo film, shot some time in winter with my lomo fisheye. i think some of the pictures turned out quite nice, other ones can be improved for sure.
i’m planning to go back to the darkroom soon (we can use the darkroom of the photography school), but next time i will try to process a diana-medium-format-film :)
as i’m not experienced at all with all the darkroom-work, i would be happy about any kind of feedback here :)

an afternoon with my lomo fisheye

here are some more of my analog photos taken with my lomography fisheye. as mentioned in my last tree tuesday post, i am very new to analog photography but i am happy with those pictures. it’s always a surprise how the pictures look like when you see them the first time. all of them were taken the same day as the ones in this post on a 35mm black & white white lomography film.

water

sunshine

graffiti wall

houses

path