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  • The Creative Diarist: Emulsion Transfer Tipster

    written by littlemisslove on 2011-03-31 in #gear #tipster
    The Creative Diarist: Emulsion Transfer Tipster

    Do you have tons of Lomographs and a boring home? Are you looking for alternative ways to print? Helen from top blog The Creative Diarist shares her tips on how to print onto ceramic, wood, teacups, your wall....

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  • #12879643

    shared by dakadev_pui on 2011-03-21

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  • #12892412

    shared by faisal_aziz on 2011-03-22

  • #12799262

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2011-03-15

    100 iso expired film pushed at 400 iso

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  • Paris Petite Ceinture

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2010-11-07

    see Lomo Location about Paris Petite Ceinture abandonned railways here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/locations/2010/11/18/paris-petite-ceinture-abandoned-railway

  • Help Japan - A Hug Goes a Long Way

    written by Lomography on 2011-03-16 in #competitions
    Help Japan - A Hug Goes a Long Way

    It's time to send Japan some strong Lomo Love an Support. Join this competition and show the people of Japan how the Lomography Community is here for them! Read after the jump for more information.

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  • LC-A+ First X-Pro

    shared by peropero on 2011-03-10

    very expired film...

  • #12759271

    shared by marant69 on 2011-03-08

    firsts not entirely successful attempts of some ideas........................................................................................................update: ok i agree this works :-)

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  • Homemade Splitzer for Diana

    written by 5thdimension on 2011-02-21 in #gear #tipster
    Homemade Splitzer for Diana

    Are you a fan of the Splitzer effect?, but prefer to keep saving up for your next camera?

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  • MC Police

    shared by wil6ka on 2009-09-11

    "Frrrrrrrrrrriiiiiiiiiiiiiiischer Fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisch, Leudddddddddde", "Schoooooooooooooooooooooooooookolade" and "Käääääääääääääääääääääässe ohne Ende". You don't have to understand a word, but you might get a feeling for the volume of the vendeurs at the fishmarket in Hamburg. It don't matter what you buy it is all about the experience of shopping. The main attractions of Hamburg are all closeby. The Reeperbahn is just opposite to the fishmarket. And here comes the deal. As the Fishmarket starts every sunday morning at around 5 a.m. you might just survive the night at the clubs and pubs of St.Pauli and then you go buy your daily fish! The market is one of my favourite spots in the town. the "Marktschreier" (barker) basicly fight a war against eachother. Everyone wants to be louder than the other and to gain more costumers. They sell incredible loads of chocolate, pasta, flowers, vegetables, fruits, whatever and of course fish. Which is delivered fresh in the morning. The guys are called what they are selling: "Aal-Kai", "Wurst-Uwe", "Nudel-Olli" and "The dutch Chocolate King". A friend of mine tried his fortune as a barker for a TV-Show and did quite well. But you need balls to make it the barker-top. At the market, which is right at the river elbe, you need to get a baggle with any kind of fish called "Fischbrötchen". Love it! The barkers have such a grand voice and they make all their money of the week in the few hours of the market. Sometimes this job in inherited They are desperately looking for new talents, so give them a holla, when feel up to the challenge. The whole thing started 1703, at the time the Danish had control over Hamburg, or rather a part of Hamburg they called Altona. The Danish King gave Altona the rights of a city and therefore they could hold a massive market. Back in the days it was a essential way to deliver fresh goods to the citizens, now is rather for tourist, since Wallmart and Co are just around the corner. Now the market lasts every sunday until about 12 o'clock, but the earlier you arrive at the market the better is the show. In the end they just spread the leftovers. This is always a bit sad. Since everything is over once.... http://www.rtlregional.de/player.php?id=138&r=15&seite=134 http://www.fischmaerkte.de/ http://www.marktschreier-arcos.de/ http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altonaer_Fischmarkt http://www.rtl.de/tv/tv_975121.php

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    shared by dmigor on 2009-10-08

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  • #12483107

    shared by tomas_bates on 2011-01-21

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    shared by tomas_bates on 2011-02-11

  • How To Be As Happy As Epicurus

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-02-25 in #lifestyle
    How To Be As Happy As Epicurus

    Tired of that daily digital grind? Want to take a different approach to life? Why not try out these awesome tips from the Ancient Greek self-help guru Epicurus!

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  • #11173224

    shared by tawan on 2010-04-01

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  • #334716

    shared by tawan on 2008-05-23

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  • #11711566

    shared by beths on 2010-08-20

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  • Olympus Trip and Redscale; Take One.

    shared by marcellaors8 on 2011-02-18

    Trying a Redscale 35mm film on a Olympus Trip. ;)

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  • Redscale Random Experiments;

    shared by marcellaors8 on 2011-02-05

  • #12555180

    shared by werriston on 2011-02-03

    Those of you who have looked through my river_kings album will know I was waiting to develop two rolls of waterlogged 120 film from that same trip, and that most of the larger labs I know were refusing to process the negatives until I found a way to dry them out. Luckily, I came across a technician in a small lab in Collingwood who had no issue with the water, and ran the negs through for me straight away. These are the results.

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  • Dannys Around The World Adventure – An Introduction.

    written by dannyfresh on 2010-01-23 in #lifestyle
    Dannys Around The World Adventure – An Introduction.

    Hello. My name is Danny. I'm 25 and I live in London. I was lucky enough to take a 1 year vacation solo around the world trip (Sept 08 - Sept 09). I would like to share my experiences and photos from my adventure with you.

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