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  • LC-A * Fisheye 2

    shared by saidseni on 2013-02-03

    I left these pictures in my desk for a few months since I was a bit disappointed that my friend's layer isn't very visible. As always, now I enjoyed them a lot more. I don't know why I never noticed before this film has great colors. And we shall do doubles again! :)

  • #17494205

    shared by mamzbray on 2012-11-28

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  • La Sardina DIY - Do what you want

    shared by priyotrilaksono on 2013-03-29

    With pen

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  • Everday I dream in 35mm!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-03-30

    My analogue dreams .... with just a 2b pencil, paper and my imagination!

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  • #6066042

    shared by saidseni on 2009-09-25

  • #11738503

    shared by saidseni on 2010-08-26

  • H.M.S. Analogue

    shared by filmish on 2013-03-28

    "Premium Luxury Travel Lifestyle with the Diana F+ and Super Wide-Angle Lens, Truly Ready for Global Ultimate World Luxury Expedition!" A little bit The Simpsons, a little bit Crimson Permanent Assurance, a whole lotta fun. Colored Pencil, Pastel, Sharpie on Crescent Board.

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  • #18102668

    shared by carmensarrion on 2013-03-28

  • L'Oceanogràfic-Medusas

    shared by extra_yo on 2012-11-27

    Valencia.

  • #18091277

    shared by mmsapinho on 2013-03-26

  • #18089454

    shared by dawgbone on 2013-03-25

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  • #16507385

    shared by xtina70 on 2012-07-10

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  • #15064005

    shared by pinkpix on 2012-01-07

  • #18083706

    shared by ethermoon on 2013-03-24

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  • Macchina Fotografica Bambina

    shared by retrospider on 2013-03-25

    Colored version: colored pencil added.

  • Love at First Exposure

    shared by retrospider on 2013-03-23

    I modeled off of my Land camera and used watercolors to color it. I just used a gel ballpoint pen to outline the concentrated blacks on the piece like the camera lens and the outline.

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  • Gerbang Klewer

    shared by uist on 2013-01-29

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  • #12420674

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • Singapore om trip roll 1

    shared by achmad-magabutz on 2013-01-04

    just few hour from where i stay this time 1st touchdown singapore,kind different from jakarta,have a cloudy day but with 400 asa film its just be fine .please take a look and ENJOY

  • Singapore om trip roll 1

    shared by achmad-magabutz on 2013-01-04

    just few hour from where i stay this time 1st touchdown singapore,kind different from jakarta,have a cloudy day but with 400 asa film its just be fine .please take a look and ENJOY

  • #12420688

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420802

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420672

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420650

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420713

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • Singapore om trip roll 1

    shared by achmad-magabutz on 2013-01-04

    just few hour from where i stay this time 1st touchdown singapore,kind different from jakarta,have a cloudy day but with 400 asa film its just be fine .please take a look and ENJOY

  • Singapore om trip roll 1

    shared by achmad-magabutz on 2013-01-04

    just few hour from where i stay this time 1st touchdown singapore,kind different from jakarta,have a cloudy day but with 400 asa film its just be fine .please take a look and ENJOY

  • #12420716

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420700

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420675

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420660

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420689

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420651

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420648

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

  • #12420639

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    Experimenting with street scenes merged with graphic art. Love it!

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  • Singapore om trip roll 1

    shared by achmad-magabutz on 2013-01-04

    just few hour from where i stay this time 1st touchdown singapore,kind different from jakarta,have a cloudy day but with 400 asa film its just be fine .please take a look and ENJOY

  • youth council

    shared by panjihardjakaprabon on 2012-09-24

    doubles with liza @stonefairy. Bandung and singapore. anyway great pictures i got here... enjoy!

  • Redscale LCA 2012

    shared by lukaaus on 2012-10-02

    July, August and September in Brighton, Finland and Lisbon.

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  • Playmobil fun II

    shared by mrmex on 2012-11-22

    Second set of photo's af A shoot with small plastic Playmobil models. Used the Kodak Ektachrome SE Duplicating film, and x-processed it, gives a huge range of effects, especially when overexposed the greens explode out of the photo's. sadly I still have not yet completely mastered the exposues times and, more pressing, the diafragma settings on my macro lens. All tips are welcome. Also, visit: http://analoglove.nl/playmobil-fun/

  • Playmobil fun II

    shared by mrmex on 2012-11-22

    Second set of photo's af A shoot with small plastic Playmobil models. Used the Kodak Ektachrome SE Duplicating film, and x-processed it, gives a huge range of effects, especially when overexposed the greens explode out of the photo's. sadly I still have not yet completely mastered the exposues times and, more pressing, the diafragma settings on my macro lens. All tips are welcome. Also, visit: http://analoglove.nl/playmobil-fun/

  • Playmobil fun II

    shared by mrmex on 2012-11-22

    Second set of photo's af A shoot with small plastic Playmobil models. Used the Kodak Ektachrome SE Duplicating film, and x-processed it, gives a huge range of effects, especially when overexposed the greens explode out of the photo's. sadly I still have not yet completely mastered the exposues times and, more pressing, the diafragma settings on my macro lens. All tips are welcome. Also, visit: http://analoglove.nl/playmobil-fun/

  • Playmobil fun

    shared by mrmex on 2012-11-20

    A shoot with small plastic Playmobil models, photos are made on the walls of Naarden-Vesting, a star fort near Amsterdam, the Netherlands. although shooting into the (reflected) sun clearly overexposed some shots there are some that satisfied me.

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  • Good Evening, my home

    shared by 134340 on 2012-11-20

    some shots appear overexposed but i love them

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  • Hello Unpad!

    shared by vonkrueger on 2011-08-12

    Fill my Holga with redscale, suddenly my friend calls to get some shots in Padjadjaran University. Who won't?

  • #17251144

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-10-17

  • YES!! OUR SUMMER IN TAIWAN!!

    shared by cmy on 2012-05-31

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  • new scans of old film!

    shared by litumai on 2012-09-14

    i just learned a better way to scan film, so heres the new version. they look soooo much better :)

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  • air balloon

    shared by juniardigiugno on 2012-08-11

    phoebe birthday party at bumi sangkuriang

  • a castle made of sand is too mainstream i guess...

    shared by bebopbebop on 2012-08-09

    ...so i made an afro-guy-drinking-a-coconut instead!!

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  • #16477429

    shared by lakandula on 2012-07-06

    With more than fifty feature films including Psycho, Rear Window, North by Northwest, Vertigo and Dial M for Murder to his credit in a career spanning more than half a century, director and producer Alfred Hitchcock remains to be the greatest British filmmaker of modern cinema who also did very well in Hollywood. Well known for his classic works in the genres of suspense and psychological thrillers, his films engage the audience through thrilling narratives on violence, murder and crime that cruelly withhold information from the characters themselves and the audience, often with twists in the endings. His skill in tackling themes of psychoanalysis plus his voyueristic camera work mimicking a person's gaze, framing each shot for maximum emotional effect and use of innovative editing style are all a legacy to world cinema influencing the likes of Brian De Palma, François Truffaut, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Claude Chabrol, M. Night Shyamalan, Michael Mann, David Lynch, Stanley Kubrick, Park Chan-wook, Dario Argento, John Carpenter, William Friedkin, Jonathan Demme, Tim Burton, Mel Brooks and David Fincher. No doubt, Hitchcock has successfully curved his name in the halls of cultural iconography. He once said: "What is drama but life with the dull bits cut out." Made these interpretations on Warhol's portraits of Hitchcock together with actual portraits of the man, neons and glowing lights.