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The epic fail first roll

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  1. vigorouselbows

    vigorouselbows

    hey! These are pretty great for being underexposed. I'd call this a success! It also gives me hope for my first roll (still waiting to get it back)
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  2. gelagoo

    gelagoo

    Hi! I think the 200 ISO worked out well at night considering it was pretty bright during the parade.

    Plus I guess the fact that I made the mistake of thinking that I advanced the film, so that's a lot of exposures there in one frame. The one that didn't work out as much as the indoors. :)

    Thanks so much! Keep me posted with your first roll! :)

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  3. vigorouselbows

    vigorouselbows

    First roll totally worked out! Posted yesterday...I don't know how to link to it or anything... maybe this will work? http://www.lomography.com/homes/vigorouselbows/albums/1778447-tlr-test-roll
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  4. adash

    adash

    This is not a fail, it's pretty nice actually.

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  5. gelagoo

    gelagoo

    Thanks for the kid words @adash! This, I would say, is a happy accident. :)

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The epic fail first roll

Thinking that I'll be able to shoot in bright lights I loaded it with 200 ISO film. I ended up shooting at night. Hello underexpose! Also the first multi-exposure frame is the result of thinking that I already advanced the film. Heh.

gelagoo This photo was shot on film. Taken by gelagoo with a Lomography Horizon Kompakt (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lucky Super 200 (35mm) film in winnipeg, Canada. These tags describe this photo: winnipeg, manitoba, santa clause parade, street, lights, panorama, long exposure, family, friends, underexposed, pacquiao, boxing, pay-per-view, and canada. This photo can also be found in the album Horizon Kompakt + Lucky Super 200 - Underexposed Boxing Night.

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