The first camera I owned was a Lomography Sardina. It is one of the simplest you could find on the market and it still is.
You cannot expect anything from this camera in terms of performance. The lack of technology in the design gives it its own character. The vignetting of lens and the leaks of the chamber produce the vintage look of the pictures.
Yet, all the artefact affecting the film gives the images a physical reality that still mesmerizes me.
Travel analog photographs / 2012
Paris, Moscow, Montpellier, Berlin
Credits: Nicolas Pabion