As a photographer it’s always a distinct pleasure to work with a subject you have a rapport with. Sometimes it doesn’t always happen right away and can take some work and a bit of faith to establish, but once that mutual trust is made it’s like having another team member to build synergy with. I think it also relaxes everything in the full confidence that what we do will result in something satisfying, and that even if it doesn’t always work out it will be a fun and worthwhile collaborative effort.
我跟珍珠已經拍過好幾次照，包括戶外和攝影棚內（部分的作品請參照前陣子發布的文章）。最近的一次我們一早扛著器材殺到烏來坐纜車到雲仙樂園這個有點被歲月遺忘加上大自然肆虐的地方拍照。時間不多，大概實際拍照的時間只有一個多小時，其中我使用Lomographic Society 香港分部贊助的Lomo LC-A 120相機及他們非常特殊的紫色(Lomochrome Purple)底片拍了兩卷（24張）底片。
Zhenzhu and I have shot together several times now, as I detailed in a recent post. More recently, we journeyed to an old theme park that had been ravaged by time and devastated by typhoons, yet has been reopened to the public and, while not rebuilt or restored, is now maintained to some degree.
Pressed for time, we spent just around two hours shooting, during which time I finished two rolls of Lomochrome Purple film in a Lomo LC-A 120 camera kindly lent to me by the Lomographic Society out of Hong Kong. The LC-A 120 is the world’s lightest, simplest auto exposure 120 format film camera, sporting a fairly sharp wide angle lens. The only setting the user can control is film ISO. This review pretty much puts all of the camera’s features, advantages, and drawbacks into perspective.