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  • Secondhand Love Affair: Zenit EM Moskva '80

    written by shuttersentinel17 on 2012-02-28 in #lifestyle
    Secondhand Love Affair: Zenit EM Moskva '80

    A love story between a Malaysian student and a lovely Russian. I know you're curious, so why don't you go ahead and read about it after the jump!

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  • LC-A Russia Day: The Sexy Lomo With The Funny Logo

    written by sidsel on 2012-03-02 in #reviews
    LC-A Russia Day: The Sexy Lomo With The Funny Logo

    The Lomo LC-A+ Russia Day Edition is an iconic camera with a sexy, red leather dress. Read what I think about this Lomographer's erotic dream after the jump!

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  • Behind the Lens: Jim Marshall

    written by jeanmendoza on 2012-02-29 in #lifestyle
    Behind the Lens: Jim Marshall

    Jim Marshall was able to capture some of rock 'n roll's finest moments through his camera. Take a look at some of his photos and learn more about him in this second installment of Behind the Lens.

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  • Photographer to Photographer: Gigi Stoll and Flo Fox

    written by gabysalas on 2012-02-29 in #lifestyle
    Photographer to Photographer: Gigi Stoll and Flo Fox

    My name is Gigi Stoll and I am a photographer based in NYC. Lomography recently sent me two rolls of color 35mm film and this is the first time I’ve shot film in 4 years. They suggested I choose a subject and write a story. When I mentioned this to my friend Flo, she immediately suggested that I should do the story on her and how could I refuse? I used the LC-A+ camera & Fritz the Blitz flash and the film was shot on two separate afternoons.

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  • Paintings by Trees

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-02-29 in #lifestyle
    Paintings by Trees

    "Conversation with Trees" is the title of the collaboration between Singaporean artist Yeo Shih Yun and Singapore's trees. That's right, Shih Yun has single-handedly awoken and empowered the sleeping artist that lies within each and every tree that has previously, only been the subjects of poems.

  • Most Popular Photos of Malaysia – Best of February 2012

    written by eva_eva on 2012-03-01 in #news
    Most Popular Photos of Malaysia – Best of February 2012

    There are tons of beautiful pictures uploaded by Malaysian users each month and here you go, we present you our 10 Most Popular Photos of Malaysia for February 2012!

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  • Gifts of Freedom Crafted from Landmine Scraps

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-02-28 in #lifestyle
    Gifts of Freedom Crafted from Landmine Scraps

    Saught, a social business out of Signapore, creates products from the scrap metal of war remnants to support sustainable development in post-conflict countries. Early last year their innovations were recognized by NGOs including the Goldenwest Humanitarian Foundation and they've since achieved more partnerships in working towards their vision of implementing peace building efforts across the globe.

  • Love at First Lomo: Cameras Can Work Without Batteries?!

    written by reyesryanmjaube on 2012-03-02 in #lifestyle
    Love at First Lomo: Cameras Can Work Without Batteries?!

    I never knew cameras can work without batteries! I have always thought that cameras are among the most complicated machines in the world. I always saw cameras as 'portable eyes' that records images in a veeery complicated manner. Let me tell you a Love at First Lomo story on how I left my love and came back.

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  • Turn of the Century Music Box Transformed

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-03-01 in #lifestyle
    Turn of the Century Music Box Transformed

    How does an antique music box speak to and inspire someone when it's music has been rendered barely audible over decades of negligence? Ask Martin Bircher who finds the "rattling mechanical workings" and "clanking sounds" charming - so much so that the media artist is addicted to modifying these boxes to crank up the current sounds of silence!

  • ladder

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

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  • trench

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

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  • fender

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

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  • nicky

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

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  • cons

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

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  • kasia

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

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  • melissa

    shared by werriston on 2010-12-25

    On a break between setups, I quickly stole my onscreen love interest away from the studio, sat her on the steps of her trailer, adjusted my focus, snapped this shot, and wrestled with the ejected photograph to try to keep it from the sunlight which had already killed nearly a whole pack of film. I resisted the impatient urge to check the image, opting instead to leave it face down in the greenroom while we broke for lunch. Upon returning an hour later, I was expecting to find another blown out over-exposed failure, so imagine my joy when I turned this over and saw it for the first time - I think this is one of the best pictures I've ever taken.

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  • kettle

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    My flatmate's flowers.

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    shared by werriston on 2009-01-09

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  • hands

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

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  • My first roll of tungsten! :)

    shared by littlehippo on 2012-01-03

  • My first roll of tungsten! :)

    shared by littlehippo on 2012-01-03

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  • Rooooooome

    shared by littlehippo on 2011-10-11

    First time in Rome! :D

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    shared by velvet-undies on 2012-02-11

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    shared by jolenechou on 2011-09-25

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    shared by jolenechou on 2011-09-25

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    shared by jolenechou on 2011-08-14

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    shared by blueskyandhardrock on 2010-03-27

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  • Moldy Rolls

    shared by blueskyandhardrock on 2011-01-18

    i got these really outdated B&Ws from eBay. I was so excited when I got the negatives back and saw that they looked moldy. THE MOLDY LOOK AND THE CONTRAST BETWEEN THE CIRCULAR BALLOONS AND THE POINTED WIND TURBINES ARE WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THIS SHOT.

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  • #11616833

    shared by ali55 on 2010-07-29

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  • #14327868

    shared by jolenechou on 2011-09-25

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    shared by chengpp76 on 2011-10-20

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    shared by hollywoodkill on 2010-03-20

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    shared by hollywoodkill on 2010-03-20

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    shared by hollywoodkill on 2010-03-20

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    shared by hollywoodkill on 2010-03-20

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    shared by hollywoodkill on 2010-03-20

  • Random greatnessssss :)

    shared by viltsu on 2011-10-27

    Well like the title says these photos were from a test roll i shot using a nikon fe2. This camera is my first kind of 'serious' camera as the lens can be zoomed and focused :) but these were happy successes.

  • Black & White Love :)

    shared by viltsu on 2011-10-24

    Recently i have started to explore black and white photography more and more and this project was done in two days. I went around oxford shooting architecture because i have found that the graffiti scene in Oxford is non-existent but the architecture offers something interesting. So here are photos from two days. Loved every minute of shooting :)

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  • Black & White Love :)

    shared by viltsu on 2011-10-24

    Recently i have started to explore black and white photography more and more and this project was done in two days. I went around oxford shooting architecture because i have found that the graffiti scene in Oxford is non-existent but the architecture offers something interesting. So here are photos from two days. Loved every minute of shooting :)

  • Oily Sardina

    shared by viltsu on 2011-10-13

    This is a test roll of klik max 24. I dipped the roll into some olive oil and let it marinate for an hour. I then went to Woodstock with my sardina and took some awesome pictures. some of the double xposures happened involuntarily as the roll became very slippery and the film wouldnt advance properly. A Cool Album! :)

  • Black and White Helsinki

    shared by viltsu on 2011-11-11

    Oh what grand day this was! The sun was up and the air was cold and crispy. Photography was a delight this day! :) I had my nikon in hand for this tour of my new home.

  • The tungsten stroll

    shared by viltsu on 2011-10-12

    This was a test roll i shot while walking in oxford and had some good fun with this! The roll was a bit troublesome and i had to cut a chunk of film off to make it roll smoothly.... but it worked in the end! :)

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  • #11733906

    shared by jolienlisa on 2010-08-25

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    shared by ccwu on 2011-08-13

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  • #12260925

    shared by meganwhitney on 2010-12-11

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    shared by meganwhitney on 2010-12-11

  • #13596230

    shared by mr_allnut on 2011-06-20

    Fotografiar la vida cotidiana, los lugares avituales es mi leitmotiv. Agarro una de mis cámaras y salgo a pasear o de camino al trabajo o cuando quedo con los amigos. No hay un motivo concreto. Todos son validos.

  • Claudia

    shared by mr_allnut on 2011-05-01

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  • #13147479

    shared by mr_allnut on 2011-04-25