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  • film

    shared by lafilledeer on 2015-07-21

    Sarah

  • #20588525

    shared by mariabv86 on 2015-07-21

    #sommer #summer #verano #see #lago #lake #ottosee #canont70 #secondroll

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  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

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  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

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  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

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  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

  • Architecture in motion

    shared by -dakota- on 2015-07-19

    I've started this project in 2013 and I've tried a lot of films and cameras. I'm still looking for the right one. The figure of the architecture is almost completely eliminated, it becomes a force field in which objects and space merge together. The focus is on the object that moves and the space in which it moves. It gives a sense of dynamism to something that is normally motionless, static, but at the same time it moves and rotates in space

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  • Various ways of avoiding visual contact with the…

    shared by bloomchen on 2012-10-10

    a few weeks ago i saw drawings of the belgian painter and filmmaker Michaël Borremans named "various ways of avoiding visual contact with the outside world using yellow isolating tape" (http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0muw5ylm01qzz9uzo1_500.jpg). i thought immediately i have to do this in photos. i liked the drawings and loved the title - coolest title ever i think (before it was "who's afraid of red, yellow and blue?"). i replaced the yellow isolating tape with silver duct tape and tried to adapt it. unfortunately it was pretty difficult to do as you may imagine that tape in the hair and on the eyebrows does not lead to enthusiastic exclamations like "hooray!" or "hell yes, paste me! i love the feeling of tape on my skin." a few words on the results: i like 2 of these shots pretty much. the others could have been better in matter of really copying the way the tape is pasted but i understand that it´s not nice to have tape removed and fixed and removed and fixed again until it´s really the way it is on the drawing.

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  • Various ways of avoiding visual contact with the…

    shared by bloomchen on 2012-10-10

    a few weeks ago i saw drawings of the belgian painter and filmmaker Michaël Borremans named "various ways of avoiding visual contact with the outside world using yellow isolating tape" (http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0muw5ylm01qzz9uzo1_500.jpg). i thought immediately i have to do this in photos. i liked the drawings and loved the title - coolest title ever i think (before it was "who's afraid of red, yellow and blue?"). i replaced the yellow isolating tape with silver duct tape and tried to adapt it. unfortunately it was pretty difficult to do as you may imagine that tape in the hair and on the eyebrows does not lead to enthusiastic exclamations like "hooray!" or "hell yes, paste me! i love the feeling of tape on my skin." a few words on the results: i like 2 of these shots pretty much. the others could have been better in matter of really copying the way the tape is pasted but i understand that it´s not nice to have tape removed and fixed and removed and fixed again until it´s really the way it is on the drawing.

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  • Various ways of avoiding visual contact with the…

    shared by bloomchen on 2012-10-10

    a few weeks ago i saw drawings of the belgian painter and filmmaker Michaël Borremans named "various ways of avoiding visual contact with the outside world using yellow isolating tape" (http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0muw5ylm01qzz9uzo1_500.jpg). i thought immediately i have to do this in photos. i liked the drawings and loved the title - coolest title ever i think (before it was "who's afraid of red, yellow and blue?"). i replaced the yellow isolating tape with silver duct tape and tried to adapt it. unfortunately it was pretty difficult to do as you may imagine that tape in the hair and on the eyebrows does not lead to enthusiastic exclamations like "hooray!" or "hell yes, paste me! i love the feeling of tape on my skin." a few words on the results: i like 2 of these shots pretty much. the others could have been better in matter of really copying the way the tape is pasted but i understand that it´s not nice to have tape removed and fixed and removed and fixed again until it´s really the way it is on the drawing.

  • Various ways of avoiding visual contact with the…

    shared by bloomchen on 2012-10-10

    a few weeks ago i saw drawings of the belgian painter and filmmaker Michaël Borremans named "various ways of avoiding visual contact with the outside world using yellow isolating tape" (http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0muw5ylm01qzz9uzo1_500.jpg). i thought immediately i have to do this in photos. i liked the drawings and loved the title - coolest title ever i think (before it was "who's afraid of red, yellow and blue?"). i replaced the yellow isolating tape with silver duct tape and tried to adapt it. unfortunately it was pretty difficult to do as you may imagine that tape in the hair and on the eyebrows does not lead to enthusiastic exclamations like "hooray!" or "hell yes, paste me! i love the feeling of tape on my skin." a few words on the results: i like 2 of these shots pretty much. the others could have been better in matter of really copying the way the tape is pasted but i understand that it´s not nice to have tape removed and fixed and removed and fixed again until it´s really the way it is on the drawing.

  • Various ways of avoiding visual contact with the…

    shared by bloomchen on 2012-10-10

    a few weeks ago i saw drawings of the belgian painter and filmmaker Michaël Borremans named "various ways of avoiding visual contact with the outside world using yellow isolating tape" (http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0muw5ylm01qzz9uzo1_500.jpg). i thought immediately i have to do this in photos. i liked the drawings and loved the title - coolest title ever i think (before it was "who's afraid of red, yellow and blue?"). i replaced the yellow isolating tape with silver duct tape and tried to adapt it. unfortunately it was pretty difficult to do as you may imagine that tape in the hair and on the eyebrows does not lead to enthusiastic exclamations like "hooray!" or "hell yes, paste me! i love the feeling of tape on my skin." a few words on the results: i like 2 of these shots pretty much. the others could have been better in matter of really copying the way the tape is pasted but i understand that it´s not nice to have tape removed and fixed and removed and fixed again until it´s really the way it is on the drawing.

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  • Various ways of avoiding visual contact with the…

    shared by bloomchen on 2012-10-10

    a few weeks ago i saw drawings of the belgian painter and filmmaker Michaël Borremans named "various ways of avoiding visual contact with the outside world using yellow isolating tape" (http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l0muw5ylm01qzz9uzo1_500.jpg). i thought immediately i have to do this in photos. i liked the drawings and loved the title - coolest title ever i think (before it was "who's afraid of red, yellow and blue?"). i replaced the yellow isolating tape with silver duct tape and tried to adapt it. unfortunately it was pretty difficult to do as you may imagine that tape in the hair and on the eyebrows does not lead to enthusiastic exclamations like "hooray!" or "hell yes, paste me! i love the feeling of tape on my skin." a few words on the results: i like 2 of these shots pretty much. the others could have been better in matter of really copying the way the tape is pasted but i understand that it´s not nice to have tape removed and fixed and removed and fixed again until it´s really the way it is on the drawing.

    4
  • Traffic

    shared by b2377 on 2015-03-12

    From a Montrose bus terminal

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  • #20586241

    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

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    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

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  • #20586236

    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

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    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

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    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

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    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

  • #20586231

    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

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  • #20586229

    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

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    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

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    shared by theblues on 2015-07-20

  • Testing Ilford XP2 Special

    shared by draekko74 on 2015-03-22

    All processed with C-41, some were scanned by the book, i.e. B&W. But, some of them look so much better to me if processed as Color Negative, with those sepia tones. Loved this film. Need some more.

  • #6253368

    shared by sexyinred on 2009-12-16

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  • Photo Stories : c'est l'histoire de...elvismartinezsmith

    written by lomographyfrance on 2015-07-20 in #people #news #lifestyle
    Photo Stories : c'est l'histoire de...elvismartinezsmith

    Cette semaine notre rubrique Photo Stories est illustrée par elvismartinezsmith. Une histoire qui se passe en Afrique de l'Ouest : reflets écarlates et orangés, silhouettes à peine reconnaissables donnent le ton pour un voyage en terre inconnue inoubliable.

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  • PETZVAL METAL/CORE SHOW 2015

    shared by heinegen on 2015-03-19

    #PETZVAL #펫츠발 #CONCERT #LOMO

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  • PETZVAL METAL/CORE SHOW 2015

    shared by heinegen on 2015-03-19

    #PETZVAL #펫츠발 #CONCERT #LOMO

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  • #15420190

    shared by heinegen on 2012-02-22

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  • #17205788

    shared by heinegen on 2012-10-10

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  • Sunday Diary

    shared by heinegen on 2014-10-04

    thanks @snailish 서울 구경 시켜주셔서 감사합니다!

  • Summer 1975 - my aunts, my granny and my mother…

    shared by candee2104 on 2015-07-13

    #polaroid #sx70 #impossibleproject #instant

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  • Dortmund Hafen, Herr Walter, das Eventschiff

    shared by candee2104 on 2015-07-13

    #dortmund #fuji #instax #wide

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  • #1158927

    shared by bloodlight on 2006-10-21

    double expo

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  • Photo of the Day by raywychin

    written by Eunice Abique on 2015-07-13 in #world #news
    Photo of the Day by raywychin

    An alluring maiden mysteriously appears on the shores of Hong Kong. Who could she be?

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  • #20572096

    shared by vicuna on 2015-07-13

    These shots are shot with a fresh new Kodak T-Max 100

  • #20572097

    shared by vicuna on 2015-07-13

    These shots are shot with a fresh new Kodak T-Max 100

  • #20572095

    shared by vicuna on 2015-07-13

    These shots are shot with a fresh new Kodak T-Max 100

  • #20572092

    shared by vicuna on 2015-07-13

    These shots are shot with a fresh new Kodak T-Max 100

  • #20572094

    shared by vicuna on 2015-07-13

    These shots are shot with a fresh new Kodak T-Max 100

  • Club Nautique Français de Zürich (CNF)

    shared by vicuna on 2015-07-13

    These shots are shot with a fresh new Kodak T-Max 100

  • #20572091

    shared by vicuna on 2015-07-13

    These shots are shot with a fresh new Kodak T-Max 100