Cheethams Mill, Staleybridge (With Lomo effect)
This afternoon I went over to Cheethams Mill in Stalybridge to get some more background paper for a shoot I have on Saturday. (Supplier is DPM Wallbank http://www.dpmwallbank.com/ ). I took my camera to photograph something… anything… just so that I didn’t have to post another still life here. The weather was really bad for photography wet, dull, dark. However I discovered a processing preset that takes an images and gives it a “lomo effect”.
What is a “lomo effect” well it comes from “Lomography” with is a style of photography taken with cameras produced by Lomographische AG (Austria). Lomography images often have lurid, non-realistic colours, and highly vignetted. Thus that is what the Lightroom preset/filter I used does. Hope you found it more interesting that my still life images!
And with this post. The POTD is finally once again running on real time! Yeah!!!