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  • The Debonair: The Different Diana Clone

    written by gauthierdumonde on 2013-03-29 in #reviews
    The Debonair: The Different Diana Clone

    I have quite a lot of sixties Dianas and its clones. They all look similar and yet they are all a bit different. I like all those plastic vintage cameras, not only because they look good, but also because they all have their own little quirks and features. However, one stands out, and it is the Debonair. I am really crazy about this one. Let me explain you why.

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  • My Analogue 2012: The Year When I Became a Lomographer

    written by gauthierdumonde on 2012-12-28 in #lifestyle
    My Analogue 2012: The Year When I Became a Lomographer

    For seven years, I used a Holga for fun, next to my Hasselblad and digital cameras. I had an LC-A on my shelf for some years and I never understood Lomography, until I joined this community and saw what other people did. I made friends, I tried cross processing, picked up developing film again. It was a wonderful year, the year in which I became a Lomographer. It was a rollercoaster ride !

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  • Rare and Funky: The Great Wall DF Camera, a True Lomo-Jewel

    written by gauthierdumonde on 2012-12-24 in #reviews
    Rare and Funky: The Great Wall DF Camera, a True Lomo-Jewel

    Last week I bumped into this Chinese camera. I vaguely knew about it and despite being a bit expensive I bought it anyway. I am so glad this camera is in my collection now. It is the most allround Lomo camera I have. Trust me, I have a lot of of cameras and this one is just a true Lomo-Jewel

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  • Tha Agfa Clack: A Real Vintage no Fuss Point and Shooter

    written by gauthierdumonde on 2012-11-21 in #reviews
    Tha Agfa Clack: A Real Vintage no Fuss Point and Shooter

    It's made by millions, it is easy to find and it's cheap: your analogue friend called the Agfa Clack! If you don't have one, start checking out the flea markets, because this camera won't let you down. It's a perfect companion to your Lomography camera collection.

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  • Make a Lomowalk 100 Feet Below the River

    written by gauthierdumonde on 2012-11-19 in #world #locations
    Make a Lomowalk 100 Feet Below the River

    In the center of Antwerp, one of Belgium's major cities, there is a hidden Lomo treasure. It is an eighty year old pedestrian tunnel under the river and it is called the Sint-Anna Pedestrian Tunnel. You are not only walking 100 feet below the river, you are walking back in time

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