Just before Christmas my wife and I had trip to Nepal to do a bit of trekking and sightseeing. I got some great travel images (if I do say so myself) with my digital set up but naturally I had to take a few rolls of film with me. I took two film cameras, my big clunky Hasselblad 500C and the small Lomo LC-A. I find with the digital camera I concentrate on the sharpness and finer details while with the film cameras I can be a bit more loose and experiment a little. I shot 9 rolls in total, some black & white, one infrared, a couple of colour negatives and a few slide films which I cross processed to experiment with the colours. The great thing with the LC-A was that it fits in my pocket and I could just whip it out and shoot away at whatever caught my eye. Here’s a selection of images chosen from all the films with their wonky compositions, mad colours, light leaks and all.