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  • Eiffel Tower

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-12-18

    Eiffel Tower, Paris, November 2012

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  • Le Marais

    shared by disdis on 2012-04-13

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  • #5863912

    shared by anarchy on 2009-07-29

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  • #454700

    shared by coca on 2009-05-14

    museos del Vaticano

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  • Sprocket Rocket Portrait N Jieb ^__________^

    shared by sobetion on 2012-11-02

    ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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  • black & white architecture in the sun workshop

    shared by naddie on 2012-07-22

    not very archi-techy but the instructor provided a great wealth of architechture knowledge on the buildings around the financial district.

  • #15998935

    shared by naddie on 2012-05-07

    exhibited at http://www.lomography.com/magazine/events/2012/07/27/national-day-tea-party-and-summer-school-graduation-exhibition-at-lgs-singapore *** favourite lomograph: I just like the composition of it ***

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  • #16072668

    shared by blackbyrd on 2012-05-15

  • #16072684

    shared by blackbyrd on 2012-05-15

  • Chungking Express

    shared by blackbyrd on 2009-12-13

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  • #12117543

    shared by blackbyrd on 2010-11-13

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  • #11277160

    shared by blackbyrd on 2010-05-01

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  • Black Swan 1

    shared by blackbyrd on 2011-01-30

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  • #6050624

    shared by blackbyrd on 2009-09-19

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  • #15674745

    shared by earlybird on 2012-03-27

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  • #11639356

    shared by maneke on 2010-08-04

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  • #17349852

    shared by ryszardl70 on 2012-11-03

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  • #11136297

    shared by sandkorn on 2010-03-20

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  • #15041733

    shared by ryszardl70 on 2012-01-04

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  • #202739

    shared by stouf on 2009-02-11

    Shot from my first e6 process (http://www.lomography.com/magazine/news/2009/02/17/my-first-homemade-e6-process)

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  • a trip to the zoo!

    shared by naddie on 2012-11-05

    I personally don't enjoy going to the zoo because it's in a way encouraging wild animals to be kept in an enclosed area. but till this day, baby zae keeps thanking us for bringing him to the zoo and it's so heart-warming that I'm glad that he enjoyed it (though it was drizzling and hot and humid!) zoo's are not good for toy camera let me say this upfront! I rather use that dslr for zooming purposes because the animals are sooo far away! :/

  • #14845401

    shared by bravebird on 2011-12-05

    Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park in East Java

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  • #16498274

    shared by meryl on 2012-07-09

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  • Before Sunrise

    shared by domyblue on 2010-07-22

    Second test with Holga filter and Diana Close Up, I used the LC-A+ because here, in Kunming, is not easy to use 120 mm ... I prefer to test on 35mm These lomo are with Holga Filters, Splitzer, Diana Close Up, Tunnel Vision and Macro Lens from Tunnel Vision. This lomo is made with splitzer and Macro Lens from Tunnel Vision

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  • #14801754

    shared by bravebird on 2011-11-28

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  • #14479970

    shared by bravebird on 2011-10-16

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  • Double Exposure Projects with Topics!

    written by pearlgirl77 on 2012-11-01 in #lifestyle
    Double Exposure Projects with Topics!

    My friend Aileen and I already made a few double exposure projects together. Almost with a previously determined theme and with wonderful results! Here I show you a small selection.

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  • Summertime Sprocket Randoms

    shared by mafiosa on 2011-08-24

    Rocket sans sprockets.

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  • double with adi_totp

    shared by goonies on 2012-01-24

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/adi_totp

  • Bulldogs from 1905 in Fancy Dress

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-10-23 in #news
    Bulldogs from 1905 in Fancy Dress

    Halloween is just around the corner and we're brainstorming cool costume ideas for all the ghastly weekend activities. We'll probably take cues from these cute canines from the 1900s, all dressed up and accessorized for some pretty poignant (and funny) large-format portraits!

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  • Prayer

    shared by tomkiddo on 2011-10-20

    Agfa CT Precisa is the first slide film I have ever shot. The photos are simply awesome and I'm loving it. I will surely load another one into my Holga. Actually, this film was shot four months ago, but I couldn't find a photo lab that processes slide films until my friend found one and processed it there. Reminders: Only shoot on sunny days and no colour flash!

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  • Flower Pops

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-10-11

    After shooting a roll, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with baking soda all around on the film, with flicking my fingers. Rewind it and put into a pan and pour water, and boiled it for about 5 minutes. Rinse and dry, and cross-deveop it. Done!

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  • #11002476

    shared by kdstevens on 2010-02-02

    Chrome that I re-loaded backwards as redscale film. The film is 200 ISO film which I exposed at 100 ISO (to compensate for the redscale) and then cross processed at home with Unicolor C-41 chemicals pushed 1 stop. When done, I found that my new camera had a major light leak. and that film was underexposed by a couple of stops.

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  • #14558500

    shared by endowaty on 2011-10-26

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  • Workers Neighborhoods in Colors

    shared by gregoriobruning on 2012-03-02

    These are the same workers neighborhoods of Curitiba: Sabará, Itaqui and Guarituba. First time i used slide film processed in C-41! I liked a lot! This fuji provia iso 100 gives great greens and fine grans! Unfortunately the digitalization is not that good... I think the combination Zenit ET + slide filme cross processed came up to be a very good idea!

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  • Clifden meets Los Angeles

    shared by trw on 2012-05-29

    My friend furn7973 (http://www.lomography.com/homes/furn7973) was kind enough to do a film swap with me. His Irish landscape photos always leave me in awe. He shot EBX in and around Clifden and I shot in and around Los Angeles. The EBX was cross processed. While you can't make out all of the doubles, the ones you can are pretty nice.

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  • Flowers in my Grandma's abandoned room

    shared by mczoum on 2012-01-04

    My Grandma's very old vase left in her room in the abandoned family house.. now all the walls are covered of paint peels and humidity .. [2006 expired film, cross-processed, around 3 to 4 seconds exposure.

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  • Doubles with SadMafioso

    shared by mafiosa on 2011-11-13

    Sadmafiosa meets Mafiosa for some gangster themed doubles. We hope you enjoy. You can visit @sadmafioso at his lomohome here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/sadmafioso

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  • Moscow Myths

    shared by neja on 2011-03-17

    In my “MOSCOW MYTHS“ project, I have found a way of photographing and reinterpreting the past as the present. While subsequently returning to visit Moscow between 2004 and 2009, I have been keen to explore the current obsession with everything Russian: decomposing remains of the Soviet Union, Kremlin stars, fur hats and Rodchenko posters. Shot on film using the double exposure technique with a variety of cameras, from the Canon Ae-1 to the Lomo Kompakt Automat the images are also cross processed to give vibrant and highly saturated colours.

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  • #11199118

    shared by anarchy on 2010-04-09

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  • Swans

    shared by fisher-price on 2012-07-16

    I bought some cheep colour filters on eBay, money well spent I think.

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  • Colibri doubles

    shared by ohpleasedontgo on 2012-03-28

    I promise this will be the last cheesy flower album for now. I tried to do some doubles again, this time with colour slide film. As with my b&w doubles I shot the first layer on a black computerscreen in a dark room. The second layer were shot at the Keukenhof in Lisse. I have to say that I am not entirely happy with the results. Unless I underexposed the first layer with one stop, the colibris turned out way to bright, so the colour of the birds is not visible at all but white instead. Now they look a little bit like neon colibris :)

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  • Doubles with the amazing @palkina

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-01-13

    I recently had the great pleasure of doing a film swap with the artist currently known as Palkina. I shot the first layer in downtown Calgary (in July) of various buildings and at Prince's Island Park. Palkina shot the second layer in St. Petersburg this winter. If you have not yet visited her home, please be sure to check out her amazing work: http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina

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  • Trees

    shared by fisher-price on 2012-07-07

    I bought some cheep colour filters on eBay, money well spent I think.

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  • Fields

    shared by fisher-price on 2012-07-07

    I bought some cheep colour filters on eBay, money well spent I think.

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  • Doubles with the amazing @palkina

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-01-13

    I recently had the great pleasure of doing a film swap with the artist currently known as Palkina. I shot the first layer in downtown Calgary (in July) of various buildings and at Prince's Island Park. Palkina shot the second layer in St. Petersburg this winter. If you have not yet visited her home, please be sure to check out her amazing work: http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina

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  • Accidental Double Exposures

    shared by mafiosa on 2011-08-03

    Got a pleasant surprise after processing this roll. I wasn't expecting the double exposures, but I'm glad it happened. The first layer was intended to shoot some night time lights and fireworks. The second layer was taken at my nephew's birthday party at a petting zoo.

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-20

    Expose lower half first, and set a tripod upside down and expose upper half in the same way as 1st shot. To turn tripod 180 degrees, I used two panheads. About 10 seconds each. Using a cable release and black adhesive tape (to mask the light sensor of LC-A+). Vivid blue or purple colours are by trucks decorated with light bulbs. Needed patience and concentration...

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