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  • First film swap

    shared by _smg_ on 2012-11-23

    @hervinsyah Bandung, West Java, Indonesia X @_smg_ Wellsburg, West Virginia, USA

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  • First Revolog Roll

    shared by 186juney on 2012-11-23

    Had a go with the Revolog Kolor ISO100 that my sis got me as a bday present. It didn't perform well with the simple Goldenhalf! :(

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  • #17653437

    shared by ditchbitch on 2012-12-31

  • #17812540

    shared by nia_ffm on 2013-01-28

  • #17951499

    shared by killingthecamera on 2013-02-24

  • #17951505

    shared by killingthecamera on 2013-02-24

  • #18172310

    shared by slyfox81md on 2013-04-12

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    shared by slyfox81md on 2013-04-12

  • Snow in Paris

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-01-30

    My first B&W images with the Yashicamat 124G. Shoot a few rolls of the Kodak T-Max 400 and the Lomo B&W 100 film and developed them myself. For the first time, that I developed b&w film myself I am pretty happy with the results. The images were taken in December in Paris.

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  • #17780239

    shared by sebastianerras on 2013-01-22

    So I was able to shoot two more rolls with my new Belair this weekend. We got a good amount of snow over the weekend in Paris and it was a good opportunity to go out and take some images. However this Belair is driving me crazy. Out of 12 images (all 6x12) I got 3 good ones and both rolls were "fat rolls" so I have some images with heavy light leaks (3 of them were unusable). On top of it, i have these weired with dots in the center of some images and I have no idea why they are there. I had big expectations in the Belair but for the moment I am deeply dissapointed with the results and the camera. I bought it cause I want to shoot 6x12 b&w long exposure images here in Paris at night. When I noticed that there was no option to attach a shutter release cable, it made my project nearly impossible to realize. It has a screw to mount it on a tripod but unfortunately it is on the side of the camera and as the shutter butto is on the front element of the camera (why???????????) it is impossible to trigger the camera without causing camera shake or moving the front element down thus resulting on blurry image (as the front element and the film are not plane anymore). Yeah so it could have been a great camera, but our beloved Product Develpoment Team made some crucial mistakes. I am not sure yet if I will keep it or sell it.

  • #17780238

    shared by sebastianerras on 2013-01-22

    So I was able to shoot two more rolls with my new Belair this weekend. We got a good amount of snow over the weekend in Paris and it was a good opportunity to go out and take some images. However this Belair is driving me crazy. Out of 12 images (all 6x12) I got 3 good ones and both rolls were "fat rolls" so I have some images with heavy light leaks (3 of them were unusable). On top of it, i have these weired with dots in the center of some images and I have no idea why they are there. I had big expectations in the Belair but for the moment I am deeply dissapointed with the results and the camera. I bought it cause I want to shoot 6x12 b&w long exposure images here in Paris at night. When I noticed that there was no option to attach a shutter release cable, it made my project nearly impossible to realize. It has a screw to mount it on a tripod but unfortunately it is on the side of the camera and as the shutter butto is on the front element of the camera (why???????????) it is impossible to trigger the camera without causing camera shake or moving the front element down thus resulting on blurry image (as the front element and the film are not plane anymore). Yeah so it could have been a great camera, but our beloved Product Develpoment Team made some crucial mistakes. I am not sure yet if I will keep it or sell it.

  • My home

    shared by radof94 on 2010-05-15

    Dirty film, lo-fi look

  • Portrait

    shared by radof94 on 2010-05-15

  • #17323436

    shared by sebastianerras on 2012-10-30

    We had some nice sunsets lately here in Paris and I took the opportunity to take a bike-ride to the Eiffel-Tower and take some pictures. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- www.analogue-love.com -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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  • #17564783

    shared by sebastianerras on 2012-12-11

    A few impressions from the las weeks here in Paris. It's getting colder here and the weather really sucks in Paris during winter. Grey sky, cold wind and rain, but sometimes the sun comes out and then you have to enjoy every minute out there. ------------------------------------------------------------- www.analogue-love.com -----------------------------------------------------------

  • #17564808

    shared by sebastianerras on 2012-12-11

    A few impressions from the las weeks here in Paris. It's getting colder here and the weather really sucks in Paris during winter. Grey sky, cold wind and rain, but sometimes the sun comes out and then you have to enjoy every minute out there. ------------------------------------------------------------- www.analogue-love.com -----------------------------------------------------------

  • #17564850

    shared by sebastianerras on 2012-12-11

    A few impressions from the las weeks here in Paris. It's getting colder here and the weather really sucks in Paris during winter. Grey sky, cold wind and rain, but sometimes the sun comes out and then you have to enjoy every minute out there. ------------------------------------------------------------- www.analogue-love.com -----------------------------------------------------------

  • Rue de Rennes

    shared by sebastianerras on 2013-01-22

    We got a good amount of snow here in Paris last weekend and I as I love snow I just had to go outside and take some pictures. I took my new Belair, which I wanted to test a bit more (it failed heavily on me!!) and my beloved Hasselblad. In the end I am super happy that I took the Hasselblad with me, cause nearly all of my Belair images got fucked up and it would have been a shame to return without any good images. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- www.analogue-love.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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  • #17780237

    shared by sebastianerras on 2013-01-22

    So I was able to shoot two more rolls with my new Belair this weekend. We got a good amount of snow over the weekend in Paris and it was a good opportunity to go out and take some images. However this Belair is driving me crazy. Out of 12 images (all 6x12) I got 3 good ones and both rolls were "fat rolls" so I have some images with heavy light leaks (3 of them were unusable). On top of it, i have these weired with dots in the center of some images and I have no idea why they are there. I had big expectations in the Belair but for the moment I am deeply dissapointed with the results and the camera. I bought it cause I want to shoot 6x12 b&w long exposure images here in Paris at night. When I noticed that there was no option to attach a shutter release cable, it made my project nearly impossible to realize. It has a screw to mount it on a tripod but unfortunately it is on the side of the camera and as the shutter butto is on the front element of the camera (why???????????) it is impossible to trigger the camera without causing camera shake or moving the front element down thus resulting on blurry image (as the front element and the film are not plane anymore). Yeah so it could have been a great camera, but our beloved Product Develpoment Team made some crucial mistakes. I am not sure yet if I will keep it or sell it.

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  • #17780240

    shared by sebastianerras on 2013-01-22

    So I was able to shoot two more rolls with my new Belair this weekend. We got a good amount of snow over the weekend in Paris and it was a good opportunity to go out and take some images. However this Belair is driving me crazy. Out of 12 images (all 6x12) I got 3 good ones and both rolls were "fat rolls" so I have some images with heavy light leaks (3 of them were unusable). On top of it, i have these weired with dots in the center of some images and I have no idea why they are there. I had big expectations in the Belair but for the moment I am deeply dissapointed with the results and the camera. I bought it cause I want to shoot 6x12 b&w long exposure images here in Paris at night. When I noticed that there was no option to attach a shutter release cable, it made my project nearly impossible to realize. It has a screw to mount it on a tripod but unfortunately it is on the side of the camera and as the shutter butto is on the front element of the camera (why???????????) it is impossible to trigger the camera without causing camera shake or moving the front element down thus resulting on blurry image (as the front element and the film are not plane anymore). Yeah so it could have been a great camera, but our beloved Product Develpoment Team made some crucial mistakes. I am not sure yet if I will keep it or sell it.

  • Hometown

    shared by radof94 on 2010-05-15

  • ☆ANIMAL☆

    shared by arurin on 2012-05-17

    Short trip to the zoo on a very bad cloudy day ;)

  • ducks

    shared by geracb on 2012-04-01

    experimenting with the ducks really funny animals

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  • Animales

    shared by dbyremus15 on 2011-12-06

    Animal

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  • #13967965

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-08-06

    Last month I took a few Lomowalks with Mikhasupageek to the Jardin de Tuileries. It's always cool to go there and have a nice afternoon with ICE-CREAM and a beautiful sundowner! Check my new website: www.analogue-love.com

  • #13968540

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-08-06

    Last month I took a few Lomowalks with Mikhasupageek to the Jardin de Tuileries. It's always cool to go there and have a nice afternoon with ICE-CREAM and a beautiful sundowner! Check my new website: www.analogue-love.com

  • #13968628

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-08-06

    Last month I took a few Lomowalks with Mikhasupageek to the Jardin de Tuileries. It's always cool to go there and have a nice afternoon with ICE-CREAM and a beautiful sundowner! Check my new website: www.analogue-love.com

  • #13953993

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-08-04

    Last month I took a few Lomowalks with Mikhasupageek to the Jardin de Tuileries. It's always cool to go there and have a nice afternoon with ICE-CREAM and a beautiful sundowner! Check my new website: www.analogue-love.com

  • #13954063

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-08-04

    Last month I took a few Lomowalks with Mikhasupageek to the Jardin de Tuileries. It's always cool to go there and have a nice afternoon with ICE-CREAM and a beautiful sundowner! Check my new website: www.analogue-love.com

  • Carrícola (Vall dAlbaida)

    shared by josinuhe on 2013-02-03

    Arte y naturaleza, un regalo para los sentidos.

  • Lomowalk im Gängeviertel Hamburg

    shared by freakoftheweek on 2013-02-09

    a very nice place to photograph

  • art expo

    shared by kelvin_wx on 2013-03-12

    In March, we went to watch the art expo in shanghai. it was in a very cool building-----the ex-power station---they rebulit it as a art center. it was a really nice day.

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  • Ice Sculptures

    shared by pauline_wildwind on 2013-01-24

    Pictures from my LomoWalk with cousin! Test roll of Zenit TTL. Cold day, about 21 degrees below 0. Ordinary winter in our city

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  • #18174873

    shared by pauline_wildwind on 2013-04-12

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  • #18174852

    shared by pauline_wildwind on 2013-04-12

  • #18034573

    shared by zagorkiy on 2013-03-13

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  • #18034543

    shared by zagorkiy on 2013-03-13

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  • Zorki in the February snow

    shared by adash on 2013-03-16

    NP15 is a slow, but quite forgiving stock. All exposures were guesstimated, but I got nice scans from all of them. Home-developed in R09 (Rodinal).

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  • Zorki in the February snow

    shared by adash on 2013-03-16

    NP15 is a slow, but quite forgiving stock. All exposures were guesstimated, but I got nice scans from all of them. Home-developed in R09 (Rodinal).

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  • Chinon Micro 35EF

    shared by jet on 2013-03-20

    Compré una vieja Chinon en un mercadillo donde me dijeron que no funcionaba. La cámara si funciona pero las fotos me salieron desenfocadas porque no sabía como usarla. Además el carrete patino dentro de la cámara y salieron cosas curiosas / I was testing an old Chinon that I got from a market and the people told me that doesn´t work. The camera works but my photos are out of focus because I didn´t know how to use it well. Plus the roll slips inside and I got a curious effect.

  • Chinon Micro 35EF

    shared by jet on 2013-03-20

    Compré una vieja Chinon en un mercadillo donde me dijeron que no funcionaba. La cámara si funciona pero las fotos me salieron desenfocadas porque no sabía como usarla. Además el carrete patino dentro de la cámara y salieron cosas curiosas / I was testing an old Chinon that I got from a market and the people told me that doesn´t work. The camera works but my photos are out of focus because I didn´t know how to use it well. Plus the roll slips inside and I got a curious effect.

  • A Sunday lomowalk in downtown Sofia.

    shared by adash on 2013-03-23

    Diana F+ and Shanghai GP3 - what a lovely combination.

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  • I have a Chinesse ActionSampler

    shared by jet on 2013-03-25

  • I have a Chinesse ActionSampler

    shared by jet on 2013-03-25

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  • I have a Chinesse ActionSampler

    shared by jet on 2013-03-25

  • I have a Chinesse ActionSampler

    shared by jet on 2013-03-25

  • I have a Chinesse ActionSampler

    shared by jet on 2013-03-25

  • I have a Chinesse ActionSampler

    shared by jet on 2013-03-25

  • I have a Chinesse ActionSampler

    shared by jet on 2013-03-25

  • I have a Chinesse ActionSampler

    shared by jet on 2013-03-25