This is the second installment of “Adventures in Lomography.” A photo book series of a photographers exploration of cities around the world and her love for low-fi photography and analog film. Accompany Misha Ashton-Moore on her adventures through New Orleans, Louisiana. Showing us her version of the city, from the French Quarter and Bourbon Street, to the parks and cemeteries, largely focusing on the destruction still visible today, left by Hurricane Katrina.
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I am a self-taught photographer working with 35mm film. My images are printed exactly as they turn out in an alternative developing process, they are not altered in any way. Instead of using Photoshop, I rely on obscure angles and the film developing process to create a unique and altered image. I find inspiration in the world around me, from ordinary day-to day scenery to broken and dilapidated objects. I am always challenging and pushing myself to progress my art by shooting with a variety of cameras and experimenting with different films and developing processes. My goal is to photograph the world, revealing it to you through my eyes.
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