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  • Lomo LC-A + Tunnel Vision Lens

    written by camerao on 2009-12-08 in #reviews
    Lomo LC-A + Tunnel Vision Lens

    Go into the tunnel of Lomographic love with the LC-A's Tunnel Vision Lens. It give your photos a painterly effect that cannot be duplicated.

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  • AMI 66 - The Polish Holga

    written by camerao on 2008-12-07 in #reviews
    AMI 66 - The Polish Holga

    The AMI 66 is a toy viewfinder camera made of plastic during the communist era By the polish firm Warszawskie Zaklady Fotooptyczne WZFO.

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  • SPLIT-CAM

    written by camerao on 2008-11-18 in #reviews
    SPLIT-CAM

    First I did not know what to do with this yellow-black plastic cam, which I’ve got as a promotional gift when I subcribed to a photo-magazine.

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  • Zero Image Pinhole Camera

    written by camerao on 2008-11-17 in #reviews
    Zero Image Pinhole Camera

    This camera is the one I like the most and use the most, (note my nickname: cameraO(bscura), because it brings you back to the roots of photography, and it is always a surprise, whats coming out when you have developed the film.

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  • A Day in Tanger

    written by camerao on 2008-09-24 in #world #locations
    A Day in Tanger

    Need a break from sunbathing because you are nearly looking like a tomato? no wind, or too much wind for surfing at Costa de la Luz?

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  • The Albaicin Quarter in Granada

    written by camerao on 2008-09-16 in #world #locations
    The  Albaicin Quarter in Granada

    If you are traveling through Andalucia and coming to Granada, don't miss to climb up the narrow shady streets to Placa Mirador San Nicolas opposite to the Alhambra, where you'll have an magnificent view to the building with the snowy mountains in the background.

  • Kazimierz

    written by camerao on 2008-05-09 in #world #locations
    Kazimierz

    A few minutes walk south of the Old Town of Krakow, and separated from it by the Jozefa Dietla Street, lies the old district of Kazimierz. Until 1880, Dietla street was a tributary of the Vistula river, and Kazimierz an island.

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  • Zeche Zollverein – World Cultural Heritage

    written by camerao on 2008-05-09 in #world #locations
    Zeche Zollverein – World Cultural Heritage

    Zollverein in Essen was the largest modern colliery of the world. This industrial complex was designed in symmetrical Bauhaus Style, and formed the heart of Essen's quarters - Katernberg and Stoppenberg, where most of the miners lived in small houses or flats, with gardens on the back to cultivate potatoes and vegetables, have a goat for milk (this goat they called "miners cow"), and sit there after work to smoke a pipe and talk with the neighbors.

  • Hutongs

    written by camerao on 2008-05-09 in #world #locations
    Hutongs

    Hutongs are lanes with courtyard houses and form a skeleton of old Beijing. Building of them was started during Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) as comfortable houses for the mandarins and other residents. But later on the VIPs moved to residences and gardens outside the city, and the courtyards are taken over by poorer people.

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  • Berlin by S 7

    written by camerao on 2008-04-27 in #world #locations
    Berlin by S 7

    Early this year wanted to spend 4 days in Berlin, but all spirits of good weather worked against me. It was ice-cold, stormy, and raining and snowing in change. So I decided to make sightseeing by suburban train.

  • Moviepark

    written by camerao on 2008-04-27 in #world #locations
    Moviepark

    Holga, Diana, SX 70 and Horizon entering Hollywood. If you want to make pics like in the glorious old times of Hollywood-Movies... you could do it without spending a lot of time and money. In Warner Brothers Movie parks you'll find back stages, facades and streets where you could imagine that gangsters, Bonny&Clyde or John Wayne have passed. And if you don't go there on holidays or on Sunday, take your time, until people have left the place you want to make your pic - you can make photos like in the 60s or 70s there. And if you take a portrait-film, and the good old SX 70 for your Polaroid-camera, you'll get the sweet colors which fit perfectly to your motives.

  • The Old Part of Cairo - The Islamic Quarter

    written by camerao on 2008-04-27 in #world #locations
    The Old Part of Cairo - The Islamic Quarter

    Take your small and discreet LC-A and leave the noisy and glittering Cornish El Nile, with its hotel buildings you can find all over the world in the same style, and take time (as much as you can) to walk through the old heart of Cairo.

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