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  • #12995548

    shared by troch on 2011-04-05

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  • #14422194

    shared by troch on 2011-10-08

    This film has gone to hell and back. Loaded into a relatively new Holga, about half way through it became difficult to wind. Then the back popped, tipping me off that a foam pad had become dislodged. I had a fairly heavy black coat with me, so I folded the camera up into the jacket, stuck my arms in the sleeves and proceeded to remove the back and extricate the foam pad. Put it all back together in the dark and advance one frame, only to have it totally jam again. With no foam pad, the film had unwound and the backing paper was firmly stuck to the tape left behind by the departed foam. No coat so I entered a windowless washroom and proceeded to again remove the film, which was now creased and folded. Put in somecardboard to keep the film from unwinding and managed to finish the roll.

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  • Welcome the Sun

    shared by troch on 2011-12-21

    This was more of a Solstice card, from 1998. I created it with a double exposure in the darkroom. The first layer is one of my favorite sunflower shots with bare branched trees along the Bow River in Calgary as the second exposure on the velvet stipple double weight paper.

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  • #12995545

    shared by troch on 2011-04-05

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  • #15156303

    shared by troch on 2012-01-19

    I was digging through some cameras that hadn't been used for some time and noticed the Holga pinhole. It had film loaded and all I could tell was that it was Ilford. The film counter winter was set to 16 exposures, a little unusual for me, but I went ahead and shot the roll anyway. Exposure was a bit of a challenge, but black and white is more forgiving so I went for about 5 seconds on each shot.

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  • #15178062

    shared by troch on 2012-01-21

    I used a red R25 filter to darken the sky and over agitated to increase the contrast with the Blazinol (Rodinal) stand process. Very happy with the results.

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  • #15178070

    shared by troch on 2012-01-21

    I used a red R25 filter to darken the sky and over agitated to increase the contrast with the Blazinol (Rodinal) stand process. Very happy with the results.

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  • #15178076

    shared by troch on 2012-01-21

    I used a red R25 filter to darken the sky and over agitated to increase the contrast with the Blazinol (Rodinal) stand process. Very happy with the results.

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  • #15178055

    shared by troch on 2012-01-21

    I used a red R25 filter to darken the sky and over agitated to increase the contrast with the Blazinol (Rodinal) stand process. Very happy with the results.

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  • #15178058

    shared by troch on 2012-01-21

    I used a red R25 filter to darken the sky and over agitated to increase the contrast with the Blazinol (Rodinal) stand process. Very happy with the results.

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  • #14886415

    shared by earlybird on 2011-12-11

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  • #15116476

    shared by earlybird on 2012-01-13

  • Eyebombing - The Googly Eyes Revolution!

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-12-19 in #lifestyle
    Eyebombing - The Googly Eyes Revolution!

    "Humanizing the world, one googly eye at a time" is the slogan, and animation through imagination, smiles and, perhaps even something (someone?) to talk to, is the result! Read about this initiative, with your own pair of googly eyes, after the jump!

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  • #465603

    shared by saviorjosh on 2007-12-10

  • #465581

    shared by saviorjosh on 2007-12-10

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  • #465576

    shared by saviorjosh on 2007-12-10

  • #13058607

    shared by kingnate on 2011-04-13

    a project I plan on doing more of

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  • #13058747

    shared by kingnate on 2011-04-13

    a project I plan on doing more of

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  • Knockout Shots That'll Pack a Punch!

    written by rjk_89 on 2011-12-02 in #gear #tipster
    Knockout Shots That'll Pack a Punch!

    Try out this quick and easy tipster that would spice up your photos with colour and contrast, making it even more unpredictable than before! Juxstapose two images in a unique way by double exposing your film with two completely different images!

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  • #14619656

    shared by neja on 2011-11-04

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  • #14624500

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-11-05

    Some more splitted images.. this time redscale. I really enjoy creating figures with the splitzer and sometimes shooting some more layers over it. Lots of multiple exposures... If you like this you might like this too: http://www.lomography.com/homes/bccbarbosa/albums/1770323-splitting

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  • #14689188

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-11-13

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  • Scars

    shared by superlighter on 2011-11-11

    scan of an old film

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  • chinon ce-4 1st try!!

    shared by mont0417 on 2011-11-11

    random shot..........

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  • Jump!

    shared by scrabbyknees on 2011-11-16

    jump shot at marina barrage.

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  • Spain/ London

    shared by neja on 2011-11-15

    first layer I shot at Victoria and Albert museum in London, and in Hyde park. Second layer I did somewhere in Spain.

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  • #14703153

    shared by cohetesnaranjas on 2011-11-15

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  • #12577971

    shared by badjuju on 2011-02-06

  • #13171441

    shared by badjuju on 2011-04-28

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  • Make your own LomoKino Flip Book

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-11-03 in #gear #tipster
    Make your own LomoKino Flip Book

    What to bring your fantastic LomoKino movies to life, analogue style? Read this guide and we’ll show you how to make your very own LomoKino Flip Book!

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  • LC-A - LOMO CHROME 100

    shared by maxwellmaxen on 2011-08-18

    finally leaving europe for montreal

  • Ruby Lake

    shared by troch on 2011-10-29

    Once again, I can't resist loading redscale in the WPC. I hope you enjoy this selection of wide red pinholes.

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  • Irvine's Landing

    shared by troch on 2011-10-29

    Once again, I can't resist loading redscale in the WPC. I hope you enjoy this selection of wide red pinholes.

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  • Massachusetts vs British Columbia Mash Up

    shared by troch on 2011-10-26

    My dear friend @clickiemcpete shot the first layer in Western Massachusetts with his awesome Bessa R4M. I added the second layer with a Nikon FM2 in Vancouver. I hope you enjoy and please visit http://www.lomography.com/homes/clickiemcpete for more wonderful shots. THANKS Peter!

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  • Massachusetts vs British Columbia Mash Up

    shared by troch on 2011-10-26

    My dear friend @clickiemcpete shot the first layer in Western Massachusetts with his awesome Bessa R4M. I added the second layer with a Nikon FM2 in Vancouver. I hope you enjoy and please visit http://www.lomography.com/homes/clickiemcpete for more wonderful shots. THANKS Peter!

  • PhotoRadar Texture Doubles

    written by icuresick on 2011-08-26 in #gear #tipster
    PhotoRadar Texture Doubles

    Cant find nice textured walls for doubles? Or probably too lazy to look for them? There are 100 textures that are available right infront of your computer monitor, you just need a little time to download them all.

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  • DIY Glow Sticks From Film Canisters

    written by icuresick on 2011-10-24 in #gear #tipster
    DIY Glow Sticks From Film Canisters

    Most of us, if not all, have accumulated a boxful or two of those empty film canisters after months of being Lomographers. I keep those canisters hoping that someday I can make something out of them. Then, after a failed light painting project, I realized I can make my own light sabers instead of buying another set of disposable glow sticks.

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  • Express Air

    shared by istionojr on 2011-01-29

    One to another places in only a day.

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  • #14404769

    shared by chippo on 2011-10-05

  • JAZZIN LOMO SESSION / Vasil Hadzimanov

    shared by lomoculture on 2011-10-06

    JAZZIN LOMO SESSION present jazz and blues musicians from Serbia.

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  • Eve's Foundation

    shared by thufflife on 2010-11-10

    The leaves slowly fluttered to the ground, mesmerized by the hypocrisy that they too could be human

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  • Make Your Own Colour Filter & Splitzer Stand to Your Beloved LCA & LC-W

    written by jochan on 2011-10-18 in #gear #tipster
    Make Your Own Colour Filter & Splitzer Stand to Your Beloved LCA & LC-W

    Do It Yourself for a useful & inexpensive colour filter & splitzer stand for your LCA / LC-W. A simple and easy way on how to create an improvised splitzer and colour filter by making use of recycled materials such as carton packages and more.

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  • Sprocket Rocket Close Ups

    written by mephisto19 on 2010-10-19 in #gear #tipster
    Sprocket Rocket Close Ups

    Too easy to be true: Use your Sprocket Rocket with Diana Close Up Lens

  • lycoris

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-06

    using "macro lens Mini50 for CHEKI" (Instant camera of Fuji)

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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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  • lycoris

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-06

    using "macro lens Mini50 for CHEKI" (Instant camera of Fuji)

  • lycoris

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-06

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  • cosmos!

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-06

    mainly use "Kodak Portra 400VC"

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  • Bob's adventures in Singapore

    shared by flyaway on 2011-10-07

  • the gift

    shared by vici on 2011-10-09

    Anthony, my mentor at the photo lab is leaving - for eight years. I went to see him on his last day at work. He had a present for me. It was a pick-up ticket for an item that would be ready at the lab in a week. Mysterious... I suspected it would be a print of one of his photos. Imagine my exhilaration, when I discovered the gift was an ENTIRE ROLL of film he had shot with his Mamiya RZ67 Pro II. A roll of 120 slide film, developed E-6. Not one picture, but ten! And he has not even seen them except thru his viewfinder. Can you imagine a more intriguing gift? Well here are Anthony's photos for you, and for him to see. Thanks again Tony.

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