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  • My new Camera

    shared by marcosnava on 2014-02-23

    Testing my new Camera: Mamiya 645 Pro. Simply Amazing!!!

  • My new Camera

    shared by marcosnava on 2014-02-23

    Testing my new Camera: Mamiya 645 Pro. Simply Amazing!!!

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  • #19459419

    shared by marcosnava on 2014-03-10

  • #19294965

    shared by barbora-von-kraml on 2014-01-14

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  • der kuss

    shared by barbora-von-kraml on 2012-10-25

    I'm the Klimt of photography, painting love with golden light

  • #19511728

    shared by barbora-von-kraml on 2014-03-28

  • #19221958

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-12-18

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-12-18

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-12-18

  • #19221976

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-12-18

  • #19221959

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-12-18

    1950's Voigtländer Bessa I folder. Color-Skopar 105mm f3.5 lens, Prontor S shutter and 4.5 x 6 mask.

  • #19221949

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-12-18

  • #18424718

    shared by ditchbitch on 2013-05-29

    expiration date 09.2005

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  • #18629965

    shared by ditchbitch on 2013-07-12

    Fomadon LQN, 1+10, 6 min

  • #18629967

    shared by ditchbitch on 2013-07-12

    Fomadon LQN, 1+10, 6 min

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  • 2013 - Krakow-Zakrzowek (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-06-10

    OK then, hereby I present You with pleasure my veeeeery first collections of photos taken in May - a totally first collection I made on a camera different than LOMO Smena 8M! ;) After 30 years I used something different. But it was surely a special camera too - Lomo-reincarnation :) the LOMOgraphy Diana Mini! :) Due to its lens characterictic, there is a special polarization of ligh that gives a very distinguishing vintage/oldschool picture and really interesting colours which are not possible to obtain on modern digital cameras. As You will notice, the light that day was very changeable however finally it gave some interesting light-effects despite of numerous clouds sometimes (well, actually the clouds were pretty nice too, haha ;) ). I hope it's not the last album I make on the cool tiny and kawai Diana Mini! :) PS: However it's possible the next one will be made on... Diana Baby, that I bought last times too!! :) :)

  • 2013 - Krakow-Zakrzowek (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-06-10

    OK then, hereby I present You with pleasure my veeeeery first collections of photos taken in May - a totally first collection I made on a camera different than LOMO Smena 8M! ;) After 30 years I used something different. But it was surely a special camera too - Lomo-reincarnation :) the LOMOgraphy Diana Mini! :) Due to its lens characterictic, there is a special polarization of ligh that gives a very distinguishing vintage/oldschool picture and really interesting colours which are not possible to obtain on modern digital cameras. As You will notice, the light that day was very changeable however finally it gave some interesting light-effects despite of numerous clouds sometimes (well, actually the clouds were pretty nice too, haha ;) ). I hope it's not the last album I make on the cool tiny and kawai Diana Mini! :) PS: However it's possible the next one will be made on... Diana Baby, that I bought last times too!! :) :)

  • 2013 - Krakow-Zakrzowek (DIANA MINI)

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-06-10

    OK then, hereby I present You with pleasure my veeeeery first collections of photos taken in May - a totally first collection I made on a camera different than LOMO Smena 8M! ;) After 30 years I used something different. But it was surely a special camera too - Lomo-reincarnation :) the LOMOgraphy Diana Mini! :) Due to its lens characterictic, there is a special polarization of ligh that gives a very distinguishing vintage/oldschool picture and really interesting colours which are not possible to obtain on modern digital cameras. As You will notice, the light that day was very changeable however finally it gave some interesting light-effects despite of numerous clouds sometimes (well, actually the clouds were pretty nice too, haha ;) ). I hope it's not the last album I make on the cool tiny and kawai Diana Mini! :) PS: However it's possible the next one will be made on... Diana Baby, that I bought last times too!! :) :)

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  • 2006 Gdansk

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-05-31

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  • 2006 Gdansk

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-05-31

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  • 2006 Gdansk

    shared by yerzmyey on 2013-05-31

  • #18430170

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-30

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  • #18430172

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-30

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-30

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-30

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-30

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  • #18430156

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-30

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  • IR with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    Not a pinhole photo. The 720nm filter is still in place, but I decided to try the Sunny aperture for one second off a tripod.

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  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

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  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

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  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

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  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

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  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

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  • IR pinholes with a Diana F+

    shared by adash on 2013-05-17

    The F+ accepts a 52mm filter with the rim removed, placed in the film chamber. The debris you see was on the filter. All exposures about 4 minutes in bright sun and with a 720nm filter. The negative was too dense at that exposure, so probably 2 or even 1 minute would have been better. Yes, I know, my framing sucks.

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  • #18340457

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-11

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-11

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-11

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  • #18340416

    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-11

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-05-11

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-04-16

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-04-20

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-04-20

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-04-20

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-04-20

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-04-20

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    shared by ricoinbrooklyn on 2013-04-20