Witch Hunt are playing Oporto, Leeds, as The White Stripes this Thursday, so we got together to take a few snaps using my Meg White camera from lomography, with the candy swirl filter. For those of you who havn't used a lomography camera before, they utilise one of the most basic methods of photography, where the film is exposed for what ever length of time the photographer chooses, with varying effects. Because of this the camera itself is also very basic, consisting of very few parts. The rudimentary nature of the camera means that film is prone to light leaks, where areas of the film become lighter than the rest of the photo, this sometimes works in favour with the photos. Luckily the ones on these photos are well placed and I quiet like the one in the second photo. Below you can see the full set we shot that day. They were all taken on lomography colour 120 mm, 400 speed film. You can see the event details here.