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  • Printing RA4 Color Photos in a Darkroom

    written by asharnanae on 2013-12-03 in #gear #tipster
    Printing RA4 Color Photos in a Darkroom

    This is a comprehensive tutorial on the basics of printing color photos in a darkroom setting. It will cover subtractive color systems, the use of filters, and good color darkroom practice as well as include a step by step guide to the process with two examples.

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  • To Crop Or Not To Crop, That Is The Question

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-27 in #news
    To Crop Or Not To Crop, That Is The Question

    While some like to present their photographs unedited or straight-out-of-camera, it turns out that a little snipping here and there can transform good images into great ones. Did you know that some of the most iconic photographs of the century are actually cropped versions of their originals? Check out the gallery below and tell us what you think!

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  • #17431572

    shared by virginielyse on 2012-11-17

    Unfortunately I was limited with my time and freedom, so I wasn't able to explore as much as I would have wanted. But I should be back there this winter so I intend to add a few shots to this album, probably with a different camera!

  • Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

    written by hodachrome on 2013-01-14 in #gear #tipster
    Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

    Today I will be introducing the technique so called EBS, exposing both sides of the film, one of the most unique techniques within Lomographic photos. Is it hard to do it? Maybe! But once you get good luck and concentration, you might get amazing results!

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  • #17917564

    shared by stratski on 2013-02-17

    My version of EBS (exposing oth sides). I added a pinhole camera to the back of a regular camera, then added two masks inside the camera to diveide the image evenly between redscale pinhole and regular picture. I'm amazed at how well this actually worked!

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  • #17917573

    shared by stratski on 2013-02-17

    My version of EBS (exposing oth sides). I added a pinhole camera to the back of a regular camera, then added two masks inside the camera to diveide the image evenly between redscale pinhole and regular picture. I'm amazed at how well this actually worked!

  • #17917919

    shared by stratski on 2013-02-17

    My version of EBS (exposing oth sides). I added a pinhole camera to the back of a regular camera, then added two masks inside the camera to diveide the image evenly between redscale pinhole and regular picture. I'm amazed at how well this actually worked!

  • #17917930

    shared by stratski on 2013-02-17

    My version of EBS (exposing oth sides). I added a pinhole camera to the back of a regular camera, then added two masks inside the camera to diveide the image evenly between redscale pinhole and regular picture. I'm amazed at how well this actually worked!

  • #17917935

    shared by stratski on 2013-02-17

    My version of EBS (exposing oth sides). I added a pinhole camera to the back of a regular camera, then added two masks inside the camera to diveide the image evenly between redscale pinhole and regular picture. I'm amazed at how well this actually worked!

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  • #17917920

    shared by stratski on 2013-02-17

    My version of EBS (exposing oth sides). I added a pinhole camera to the back of a regular camera, then added two masks inside the camera to diveide the image evenly between redscale pinhole and regular picture. I'm amazed at how well this actually worked!

  • Stratski's Creative Corner: the Janus Cam

    written by stratski on 2013-02-18 in #gear #tipster
    Stratski's Creative Corner: the Janus Cam

    Janus was a two faced Roman god. A fitting name for a camera that exposes film from both sides. And the beauty is: you can easily make a Janus cam yourself!

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  • Winter

    shared by mephisto19 on 2013-03-21

    with sunshine

  • Winter

    shared by mephisto19 on 2013-03-21

    with sunshine

  • Winter

    shared by mephisto19 on 2013-03-21

    with sunshine

  • Winter

    shared by mephisto19 on 2013-03-21

    with sunshine

  • Winter

    shared by mephisto19 on 2013-03-21

    with sunshine

  • Winter

    shared by mephisto19 on 2013-03-21

    with sunshine

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  • #17383446

    shared by weleasewoger72 on 2012-11-09

    I love this film! I bought 20 rolls for £5! I have never seen duplicating film before (heard of it though) so was really excited to find them. There is no indication on the film to what ISO rating the film is. I checked online and no-one seems to be sure - some said it was 8 and others said 32! I played it safe and set the ISO to 25. Did I mention I love this film?

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    shared by oliviermenard on 2013-02-17

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  • Shadowplay

    shared by virginielyse on 2013-03-06

    This was the first time I tried to do something seriously with a black and white film. Took my time with settings and what I had in mind. Only before rewinding my film I forgot to release the film and my oh my was I being a savage and ripped about 5 cm of sprockets in the process...hence film not scannable , Oh hey there learning curve!

  • Shadowplay

    shared by virginielyse on 2013-03-06

    This was the first time I tried to do something seriously with a black and white film. Took my time with settings and what I had in mind. Only before rewinding my film I forgot to release the film and my oh my was I being a savage and ripped about 5 cm of sprockets in the process...hence film not scannable , Oh hey there learning curve!

  • Shadowplay

    shared by virginielyse on 2013-03-06

    This was the first time I tried to do something seriously with a black and white film. Took my time with settings and what I had in mind. Only before rewinding my film I forgot to release the film and my oh my was I being a savage and ripped about 5 cm of sprockets in the process...hence film not scannable , Oh hey there learning curve!

  • Shadowplay

    shared by virginielyse on 2013-03-06

    This was the first time I tried to do something seriously with a black and white film. Took my time with settings and what I had in mind. Only before rewinding my film I forgot to release the film and my oh my was I being a savage and ripped about 5 cm of sprockets in the process...hence film not scannable , Oh hey there learning curve!

  • Vericolor Slide Film So-279 – Engineering 2D Graphic Photography

    written by wil6ka on 2013-02-27 in #reviews
    Vericolor Slide Film So-279 – Engineering 2D Graphic Photography

    It’s the original encounters, which unfolds the most energy and evokes the strongest feelings! There's nothing quite like finding a film that has its own secrets and leaves you guessing. Such is the Kodak Vericolor Slide Film, a sensation in blue and black.

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  • #15788535

    shared by novakmisi on 2012-04-11

    Van Dyke brown, hand made altprocess experiment on paper.See in a Lab Rats Tips.

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  • #15788536

    shared by novakmisi on 2012-04-11

    Van Dyke brown, hand made altprocess experiment on paper.See in a Lab Rats Tips.

  • #16840202

    shared by virginielyse on 2012-08-22

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  • Don't fall asleep this summer moon.

    shared by virginielyse on 2013-01-28

    Half in France, Half in London. Most of those photos feel most private and centered on my personal life and sweet nothings than my usual ones, which i find is well rendered by tungsten warmth...

  • Don't fall asleep this summer moon.

    shared by virginielyse on 2013-01-28

    Half in France, Half in London. Most of those photos feel most private and centered on my personal life and sweet nothings than my usual ones, which i find is well rendered by tungsten warmth...

  • Don't fall asleep this summer moon.

    shared by virginielyse on 2013-01-28

    Half in France, Half in London. Most of those photos feel most private and centered on my personal life and sweet nothings than my usual ones, which i find is well rendered by tungsten warmth...

  • Don't fall asleep this summer moon.

    shared by virginielyse on 2013-01-28

    Half in France, Half in London. Most of those photos feel most private and centered on my personal life and sweet nothings than my usual ones, which i find is well rendered by tungsten warmth...

  • #11264737

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2010-04-27

    Kodak Brownie Hawkeye with the lens flipped backwards As sweet as candy

  • Viv UWS Hiking Doubles

    shared by russheath on 2011-08-06

    In some cases, I think that the patterns are too random to do doubles on a hike, but in a few of these I really like the chaos. :D

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  • "Blood Roses & Blue Skies" - …

    shared by mczoum on 2011-07-26

    Double exposures with expired 2009 film, cross processed. First roll with the Diana 38mm wide angle

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  • The World is Our Playground

    shared by marshall4480 on 2010-08-12

    This double exposure was taken with a Lomo LC-A+RL, on Provia 100F while using a splitzer.

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  • #16229803

    shared by virginielyse on 2012-06-05

    first film used with Holga, mostly testing. Surroundings and an outing to the Park

  • #16112744

    shared by tagliatele_la_testa on 2012-05-21

    I shot trip with my boyfriend then I reloaded the film and shot again other imagines on web... The results are so crazy but I like them!

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  • #15931894

    shared by megalithicmatt on 2012-04-28

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    shared by megalithicmatt on 2012-04-28

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    shared by megalithicmatt on 2012-04-28

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    shared by megalithicmatt on 2012-04-28

  • #15931902

    shared by megalithicmatt on 2012-04-28

  • #15931908

    shared by megalithicmatt on 2012-04-28

  • #15931911

    shared by megalithicmatt on 2012-04-28

  • #107152

    shared by azurblue on 2008-11-22

  • #16172696

    shared by bao_wei on 2012-05-29

  • Tungsten triples

    shared by lighthouseblues on 2012-05-28

    Earlier this spring I made a triple project with myself. The first layer is double exposures of nature scenes, and the second layer is random picts from Norrtelje and Stockholm. Everything is exposed with ISO 400

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  • Tungsten triples

    shared by lighthouseblues on 2012-05-28

    Earlier this spring I made a triple project with myself. The first layer is double exposures of nature scenes, and the second layer is random picts from Norrtelje and Stockholm. Everything is exposed with ISO 400

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  • #16163843

    shared by goatofrocketh on 2012-05-27

  • Adventures in Scanning Cross Processed Film

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-03-11 in #gear #tipster
    Adventures in Scanning Cross Processed Film

    Trying to scan cross-processed film and have it look alright can be an adventure. Having bought my first scanner that can scan negatives I soon discover it isn't as easy as it looks! Here I use the Photo CD from the lab as a baseline for trying to get the best scan of a cross-processed image.

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