Group Theme

Images Shot with Toy Cameras (16 photos)
by Hubert Weldon Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C:  W: 36 N: 279] (1586)

This theme is the home for images shot with somewhat limited cameras. What is a toy camera? It is a fixed lens (often plastic) with usually no more than three aperature settings and or two shutter speeds not counting bulb. The limitations that these cameras have can often be freeing, letting the artist spend more time on finding the shot and the printing processes. This theme is not about the lomography phenomenon, but it does not exclude works derived from that path. Enjoy!