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    shared by gendis on 2014-08-12

    bunda

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    shared by gendis on 2014-08-12

    bunda

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    shared by julea on 2014-02-06

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    shared by itisanormalname on 2011-12-28

    new friend

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • Tunsgten Pink

    shared by sandravo on 2014-05-07

    Last spring blossoms on pink and purple tungsten film. Developed with Rollei Digibase kit: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/05/20/tutorial-rollei-c41-digibase-color-film-development

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  • Tunsgten Pink

    shared by sandravo on 2014-05-07

    Last spring blossoms on pink and purple tungsten film. Developed with Rollei Digibase kit: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/05/20/tutorial-rollei-c41-digibase-color-film-development

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  • filmswap with @cokaneonkamerasutra

    shared by captainbonobo on 2013-04-16

  • filmswap with @cokaneonkamerasutra

    shared by captainbonobo on 2013-04-16

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  • #18195164

    shared by captainbonobo on 2013-04-16

    filmswap with Mel from https://www.facebook.com/coolgirlsshootfilm?fref=ts

  • #18195168

    shared by captainbonobo on 2013-04-16

    filmswap with Mel from https://www.facebook.com/coolgirlsshootfilm?fref=ts

  • #18195172

    shared by captainbonobo on 2013-04-16

    filmswap with Mel from https://www.facebook.com/coolgirlsshootfilm?fref=ts

  • #18195175

    shared by captainbonobo on 2013-04-16

    filmswap with Mel from https://www.facebook.com/coolgirlsshootfilm?fref=ts

  • #18195179

    shared by captainbonobo on 2013-04-16

    filmswap with Mel from https://www.facebook.com/coolgirlsshootfilm?fref=ts

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  • #18195183

    shared by captainbonobo on 2013-04-16

    filmswap with Mel from https://www.facebook.com/coolgirlsshootfilm?fref=ts

  • filmswap with captainbonobo

    shared by cocaneonkamerasutra on 2012-06-27

    please, check out his home: http://www.lomography.com/homes/captainbonobo

  • The Search for Analogue Stars Competition: Portraits

    written by hembot on 2014-04-04 in #competitions
    The Search for Analogue Stars Competition: Portraits

    Ready yourself for the biggest analogue photography competition of the year, starting on the biggest analogue photography day of the year! To coincide with Film Photography Day 2014 on April 12th, we are on a mission to discover the best portraits EVER shot on analogue. To be in for a chance to win a Petzval Lens and tons of other big prizes, stay with us after the jump!

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  • The Search for Analogue Stars Competition: Landscapes

    written by hembot on 2014-04-04 in #competitions
    The Search for Analogue Stars Competition: Landscapes

    Ready yourself for the biggest analogue photography competition of the year, starting on the biggest analogue photography day of the year! To coincide with Film Photography Day 2014 on April 12th, we are on a mission to discover the best landscapes EVER shot on analogue. To be in for a chance to win a Petzval Lens and tons of other big prizes, head past the jump!

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  • #19013323

    shared by lomofrue on 2013-10-13

  • #16132006

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-05-23

    XPRO Florals and Macros

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  • #16132009

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-05-23

    XPRO Florals and Macros

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  • #16132011

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-05-23

    XPRO Florals and Macros

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  • #16132015

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-05-23

    XPRO Florals and Macros

  • ❀ Flower Art

    shared by tsingtao on 2014-02-27

    Double with paintings of my boyfriend Fabio! My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TsingtaoClick

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  • ❀ Flower Art

    shared by tsingtao on 2014-02-27

    Double with paintings of my boyfriend Fabio! My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TsingtaoClick

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  • fisheye loves the sun

    shared by eskimofriend on 2011-06-30

    every now and then I pick up my little white fisheye one. it's so simple but when there's sun it's really amazing!!

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  • #17299293

    shared by megustastu on 2012-10-25

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  • swimming pool

    shared by fotobes on 2013-09-03

    the hotel's pool, reflections plus a dusky x-pro sunset made for an easy and rewarding subject..

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  • Panorama shots from my skiing vacation in…

    shared by moodification on 2012-04-09

    I just love the colors of the X Tungsten. Please LSI, keep on adapting emulsions!!!

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  • EXPERIMENT: tv-tower and pipe

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-09-05

    at home i installed my lubitel in front of a white wall at night and made some lines and stuff with a red laserpointer. exposure time was between 10 and 25 seconds. second layer while cruising around.

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  • Brice Bischoff and His Revelry With Light and Colors

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-08-27 in #lifestyle
    Brice Bischoff and His Revelry With Light and Colors

    Early this year, we zoomed in on the works of Los Angeles-based photographer Brice Bischoff, absolutely positive that film-loving people and long exposure fans would love the way he brought color to a bare and dull-looking location. We got in touch with Brice to learn more about him and his work, so if you're also curious, let's revisit some of his colorful long exposures, take a peek at some of his new works, and find out more about his inspirations, motivations, and plans as an artist.

  • Canada Trip - St Lawrence River

    shared by sandravo on 2013-04-03

    Reflection

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  • Vesuvius

    shared by kleinerkaries on 2013-07-28

    Trip to the volcano in July, 2013

  • Venice

    shared by crossbrasil on 2012-02-12

    Venice trip

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  • revolog

    shared by maria_vlachou on 2013-07-17

    home developed in Tetenal C-41

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  • First film with Sprocket Rocket

    shared by sprofishgel on 2012-03-08

    This time I had Sprocket Rocket only for me. My girlfriend was kind enough to lend it :)

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  • Kiev 88 Macrotime

    shared by paulm99 on 2013-05-15

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  • Kiev 88 Macrotime

    shared by paulm99 on 2013-05-15

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  • #17011864

    shared by paulm99 on 2012-09-14

  • #17011869

    shared by paulm99 on 2012-09-14

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  • Monday Moodboard: Sammy Slabbink and his neo-vintage collages

    written by jillytanrad on 2013-07-08 in #news
    Monday Moodboard: Sammy Slabbink and his neo-vintage collages

    Be inspired by Sammy Slabbink, an artist who makes use of the old to create something surreal, intriguing, and entirely new.