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  • #20265567

    shared by vince-bj on 2015-01-30

    My first time with this film. Just trying different lighting conditions and subjects. Quite pleased with the results, will defiantly shoot more Pan F.

  • #20265575

    shared by vince-bj on 2015-01-30

    My first time with this film. Just trying different lighting conditions and subjects. Quite pleased with the results, will defiantly shoot more Pan F.

  • #20265576

    shared by vince-bj on 2015-01-30

    My first time with this film. Just trying different lighting conditions and subjects. Quite pleased with the results, will defiantly shoot more Pan F.

  • #20222934

    shared by vince-bj on 2015-01-08

    I had completely forgotten about these shots using Ilford SFX 200 with a red filter, so here they are, thanks to @vici for posting her album using the same film and reminding me.

  • #14735728

    shared by mikec1nori on 2011-11-19

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  • brand new day

    shared by hodachrome on 2015-01-08

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  • winter holga

    shared by hodachrome on 2015-01-10

  • winter holga

    shared by hodachrome on 2015-01-10

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  • #20212018

    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2015-01-01

  • #20198131

    shared by vince-bj on 2014-12-24

    I really want to try out some street photography (for some of my early attempts see http://www.lomography.com/homes/vince-bj/albums/2011685-very-first-attempts-at-39-street-39-photography). So I got this Nikon N70 very cheap ($16!) and got an AFD lens for it. This basically means that I can auto focus and set the camera to full auto mode, or have aperture or shutter priority and so turning the camera into a point and shoot. This is so to begin with I can just focus on finding and framing a shot. So this role is set of fairly random shot to test the camera lens, some are repeats of shots I took with other cameras for a comparison of focusing. The only thing is didn’t choose a very good film to test with. I used Slide film, which doesn’t give much leeway on exposure plus it’s one of the last batches of Kodak Elite Chrome ever made, so it’s a bit of a decadent test roll. Hope to do some street photography over the holidays. THIS SHOT= Auto focus manual exposure.

  • #20198147

    shared by vince-bj on 2014-12-24

    I really want to try out some street photography (for some of my early attempts see http://www.lomography.com/homes/vince-bj/albums/2011685-very-first-attempts-at-39-street-39-photography). So I got this Nikon N70 very cheap ($16!) and got an AFD lens for it. This basically means that I can auto focus and set the camera to full auto mode, or have aperture or shutter priority and so turning the camera into a point and shoot. This is so to begin with I can just focus on finding and framing a shot. So this role is set of fairly random shot to test the camera lens, some are repeats of shots I took with other cameras for a comparison of focusing. The only thing is didn’t choose a very good film to test with. I used Slide film, which doesn’t give much leeway on exposure plus it’s one of the last batches of Kodak Elite Chrome ever made, so it’s a bit of a decadent test roll. Hope to do some street photography over the holidays. THIS SHOT=Auto focus manual exposer.

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  • Nocturne - Chair

    shared by akula on 2014-12-20

    Making a negative look like a positive image.

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  • #20171716

    shared by mediabrus on 2014-12-07

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  • #20163581

    shared by hodachrome on 2014-12-03

    First roll of Lomography Cine400 Tungsten.

  • #20163607

    shared by hodachrome on 2014-12-03

    First roll of Lomography Cine400 Tungsten.

  • FAMILIAR FACES : BEBOP

    shared by adi_totp on 2014-12-03

  • FAMILIAR FACES : BEBOP

    shared by adi_totp on 2014-12-03

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  • #20002501

    shared by frenchyfyl on 2014-09-23

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  • Colt SA 1873

    shared by frenchyfyl on 2013-05-29

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  • Light Painting first try

    shared by frenchyfyl on 2014-12-03

  • Photoshooting on the Beach

    shared by aka_papu on 2014-09-18

    Expired: 2008

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  • Alpaca

    shared by frenchyfyl on 2014-11-30

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  • Alpaca

    shared by frenchyfyl on 2014-11-30

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  • 8- 35 min

    shared by vince-bj on 2014-01-08

    This is one of 11 photographs, forming a time-laps series that represents the last 50 minutes of the day. I wanted to create a study of how the light changed as the sun was sinking behind the horizon, 1 photograph was taken every 5 minutes. The first exposure was set at F8,1/15 sec and the last was F8,10 sec (on bulb setting), although some photos in between were taken with an exposure up to 15 sec. I also used a pink and orange graduated colour filters to “pop out” the dominant colour in the sky at the time of exposure, and so the colour wouldn’t get too washed out from the extended exposure time.

  • #19940480

    shared by vince-bj on 2014-08-30

    This is my first time developing with caffenol, an organic black and white film developer based on coffee. Caffenol stains the acetate and so can yield a sepia effect if the negatives are scanned in color. I used the phone app Massive Dev to get the developing time, I’m quite pleased with the results however some images came out more sepia then others. I’m not sure why, I don’t think this has anything to with exposure. All in all I think it’s a better developer than D-76, though I’ll have to try a few more rolls before I’m sure.

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  • #19940481

    shared by vince-bj on 2014-08-30

    This is my first time developing with caffenol, an organic black and white film developer based on coffee. Caffenol stains the acetate and so can yield a sepia effect if the negatives are scanned in color. I used the phone app Massive Dev to get the developing time, I’m quite pleased with the results however some images came out more sepia then others. I’m not sure why, I don’t think this has anything to with exposure. All in all I think it’s a better developer than D-76, though I’ll have to try a few more rolls before I’m sure.

  • #19940484

    shared by vince-bj on 2014-08-30

    This is my first time developing with caffenol, an organic black and white film developer based on coffee. Caffenol stains the acetate and so can yield a sepia effect if the negatives are scanned in color. I used the phone app Massive Dev to get the developing time, I’m quite pleased with the results however some images came out more sepia then others. I’m not sure why, I don’t think this has anything to with exposure. All in all I think it’s a better developer than D-76, though I’ll have to try a few more rolls before I’m sure.

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  • Xpro in Kotel

    shared by adash on 2014-09-04

    A polarizing filter helped increase the contrast in the sky. I didn't believe it would actually become so dramatic....

  • #19958915

    shared by nural on 2014-09-05

    Lighter than I would have liked :/

  • #19787567

    shared by nural on 2014-07-04

    Underwater photos from our resent trip to Bozcaada, using the LC-A+ & the Krab. I especially love the results of the LomoChrome Purple!

  • #19692798

    shared by carla-esposito-568 on 2014-05-30

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/charlsblue/

  • Family Vacation

    shared by f13r1 on 2014-06-07

    my lil Champ

  • Old Plovdiv in B&W

    shared by adash on 2014-06-05

    No bystanders were harmed in the making of this album.

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  • Old Plovdiv in B&W

    shared by adash on 2014-06-05

    No bystanders were harmed in the making of this album.

  • #15344249

    shared by omegaspence on 2012-02-12

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  • #19659777

    shared by omegaspence on 2014-05-19

  • #19660125

    shared by omegaspence on 2014-05-19

  • #13754459

    shared by omegaspence on 2011-07-11

  • Fuji Jr

    shared by euripidesaltintzoglou on 2013-11-20

    a series of double exposed portraits by the sea

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  • #19604938

    shared by vintage_heart on 2014-04-30

  • 幻想の園 -spring illusion

    shared by hodachrome on 2014-04-29

    Double exposure, with a selfmade splitzer for holga. Recently we can see many new kinds of tulips in Japan. At a tulip garden, Mie.

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  • Dolphin's Dream

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-06

    Double exposure of dolphin and cosmos... First went to the aquarium and shot dolphins only. Then waited patiently for two or three weeks till cosmos grow... Set the dolphin films again and shot flowers only at a cosmos garden. Used a "half ND filter" or black cloth, to control the amount of exposure. (masking half of the lens with them) I tried about 100 shots but most of them ended in failure... I will try this kind of theme again...

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  • Dolphin's Dream

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-06

    Double exposure of dolphin and cosmos... First went to the aquarium and shot dolphins only. Then waited patiently for two or three weeks till cosmos grow... Set the dolphin films again and shot flowers only at a cosmos garden. Used a "half ND filter" or black cloth, to control the amount of exposure. (masking half of the lens with them) I tried about 100 shots but most of them ended in failure... I will try this kind of theme again...

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  • #17356995

    shared by fabian81 on 2012-11-05

  • #15157516

    shared by antibiotyx on 2012-01-19

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  • EBS (exposing both sides of the film)

    shared by hodachrome on 2014-03-18

    Four-divided EBS. Shot on negative side first (up-right and down-left) on a fine day. After finished a roll I reversed the film and set it the camera again. Then went to the same place and stood at exactly the same point as 1st shot, and shot reversed side (up-left and down-right) just as the same way as 1st, on a bit overcast day. ISO200 for negative, 100 for redscale. With using the splitzer. Have a look at my article about this technique: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/01/14/tipster-how-to-take-symmetrical-images-with-exposing-both-sides-of-the-film-ebs

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  • #19177162

    shared by inine on 2013-12-02

  • #19177165

    shared by inine on 2013-12-02

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  • #19061136

    shared by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-10-26

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  • #6024960

    shared by dannyfresh on 2009-09-09

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