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  • Snowy Redscale and a blue darkroom experiment

    shared by adash on 2013-01-27

    We have some snow in Sofia these days, so I decided to take my chances with Redscale. The blue mess comes from an attempt to recreate this tipster: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/10/31/make-wet-red-bubbles-grow-on-your-home-processed-colour-film but with blue light on a redscale film. More light and more water is needed probably.

  • Snowy Redscale and a blue darkroom experiment

    shared by adash on 2013-01-27

    Seen here is a monument, celebrating 1300 years since the creation of the First Bulgarian Empire. Unfortunately the monument was left unmaintained for too many years and is now falling apart. Like the rest of the country, of course!

  • Snowy Redscale and a blue darkroom experiment

    shared by adash on 2013-01-27

    We have some snow in Sofia these days, so I decided to take my chances with Redscale. The blue mess comes from an attempt to recreate this tipster: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/10/31/make-wet-red-bubbles-grow-on-your-home-processed-colour-film but with blue light on a redscale film. More light and more water is needed probably.

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  • Snowy Redscale and a blue darkroom experiment

    shared by adash on 2013-01-27

    National Palace of Culture (Национален дворец на културата, НДК, NDK). See more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Palace_of_Culture

  • Snowy Redscale and a blue darkroom experiment

    shared by adash on 2013-01-27

    We have some snow in Sofia these days, so I decided to take my chances with Redscale. The blue mess comes from an attempt to recreate this tipster: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/10/31/make-wet-red-bubbles-grow-on-your-home-processed-colour-film but with blue light on a redscale film. More light and more water is needed probably.

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  • Bulk Loading 35mm Film

    written by geegraphy on 2013-01-11 in #gear #tipster
    Bulk Loading 35mm Film

    As wonderful as shooting in film is, we can’t deny that it can sometimes be costly. So therefore, we are always on the lookout for tips and tricks to minimize expenses and maximize experience.

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  • After a 110 SLR? Consider the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR

    written by adam_g2000 on 2012-09-13 in #reviews
    After a 110 SLR? Consider the Minolta 110 Zoom SLR

    When people think of a 110 SLR, they think of the Pentax Auto. However you cannot deny the fun and versatility of a zoom with macro capability.

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  • Fünf Gründe, warum du Schwarz-Weiß-Film benutzen und selbst entwickeln solltest

    written by adam_g2000 on 2012-09-03 in #gear #tipster
    Fünf Gründe, warum du Schwarz-Weiß-Film benutzen und selbst entwickeln solltest

    Du fotografierst nur mit Farbfilm? Du lässt deine Schwarz-Weiß-Filme entwickeln? Wir erklären dir, warum du schwarz-weiß fotografieren und deine Filme selbst entwickeln solltest.

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  • What It Takes: Agfa Super Silette Rangefinder-Kamera

    written by dinospork on 2012-09-02 in #gear #tipster
    What It Takes: Agfa Super Silette Rangefinder-Kamera

    In der zweiten Ausgabe von „What It Takes“ finde ich mich unerwartet bis zu den Handgelenken im Inneren einer Agfa Super Silette wieder, nachdem es nach meinen ersten Testaufnahmen zu einem kleinen Unfall kam.

  • Die zehn Regeln der Fotografie, die du brechen solltest

    written by sirio174 on 2012-08-30 in #gear #tipster
    Die zehn Regeln der Fotografie, die du brechen solltest

    Die 10. Regel der Lomographie besagt: Vergiss die Regeln! Warum? Lies diese einfachen Ideen, die deine Kreativität anregen und über die akademischen Regeln der Bildkomposition hinausgehen.

  • Modify and Reload Instead of Throwing Away - AGFAPHOTO LEBOX Single Use Camera

    written by adash on 2012-08-29 in #gear #tipster
    Modify and Reload Instead of Throwing Away - AGFAPHOTO LEBOX Single Use Camera

    A beautiful vignette and multiple exposurse from a camera that costs EUR5? Is it possible? Well, now it is. Read this easy tutorial and see the samples!

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  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

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  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

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  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

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  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

    1
  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

  • Reverse xpro

    shared by adash on 2012-09-01

    My friend at the lab had processed the print film as slide. These were the somehow acceptable frames, and I was able to extract a bit of juice during scanning.

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  • Rollei IR shot as B&W in the forest

    shared by adash on 2012-08-31

    Yeah, I had no more film with me, so I had to remove the IR filter and shoot the remaining roll or Rollei Infrared 400s as B&W. Some in the brighter scenes were shot with an ordinary red filter, and these in the shades - with no filter at all. It was just too dark....

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  • Reverse xpro

    shared by adash on 2012-09-01

    My friend at the lab had processed the print film as slide. These were the somehow acceptable frames, and I was able to extract a bit of juice during scanning.

  • Reverse xpro

    shared by adash on 2012-09-01

    My friend at the lab had processed the print film as slide. These were the somehow acceptable frames, and I was able to extract a bit of juice during scanning.

  • Reverse xpro

    shared by adash on 2012-09-01

    My friend at the lab had processed the print film as slide. These were the somehow acceptable frames, and I was able to extract a bit of juice during scanning.

  • Reverse xpro

    shared by adash on 2012-09-01

    My friend at the lab had processed the print film as slide. These were the somehow acceptable frames, and I was able to extract a bit of juice during scanning.

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  • Reverse xpro

    shared by adash on 2012-09-01

    My friend at the lab had processed the print film as slide. These were the somehow acceptable frames, and I was able to extract a bit of juice during scanning.