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  • #20361606

    shared by zeusone on 2015-03-31

    #Polaroid #Expired #ID-UV #669 #Landcamera

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  • Eleganza

    shared by sirio174 on 2012-12-15

    Campionati giovanili e juniores di pattinaggio di figura su ghiaccio a Casate, fotografati in luce ambiente con pellicole Ilford HP5+ tirate a 1600, 3200 e 6400 ISO!

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  • Red Beach

    shared by frenchyfyl on 2013-09-20

    Don't know why it is so red... :-(

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  • #20327048

    shared by scootiepye on 2015-03-12

    #pixelstick #lightpainting #scootiepye

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  • #20365435

    shared by nural on 2015-04-02

    #LCP shots from our weekend getaway in #Greece

  • #20363665

    shared by stephen73 on 2015-04-01

    Shot on a Lomo LC-A 120 and Kodak E100VS cross-processed.

  • No fun at the funfair

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2014-12-23

    another grey november day in hamburg and no fun, not even at the funfair....

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  • #14009472

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2011-08-11

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  • #6121263

    shared by michaelback on 2009-10-17

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  • snap

    shared by fotobes on 2015-03-31

    on 22nd march 2015 at sunrise, brighton experienced one of its lowest tides for several years

  • day break

    shared by fotobes on 2015-03-31

    on 22nd march 2015 at sunrise, brighton experienced one of its lowest tides for several years

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  • Efke infrared

    shared by draekko74 on 2015-03-30

    Yeah, I know. First roll, first mistakes :-/

  • 街角メルトダウン -Daydream in the city

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-11-26

    From ”filmsoup-swap” project with my favorite photographer fotobes. He shot first in UK, and then I shot in Japan. After finishing the roll I ”cooked” the film. I put the dissolved neutral detergent onto all around the film in a darkroom. Then rewind the film and heated the canister in boiled water for 5 minutes. After I dried the film I got it developed. Came out psychedelic image. We don’t discuss what we have each taken photographs of, so the results are always a surprise. More about this technique http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/02/27/lets-cook-the-film-the-recipe-of-film-soup. And check out fotobes’s album from the same project. http://www.lomography.com/homes/fotobes/albums/1995715-lc-a-plus-film-soup-swap-with-hodachrome

  • #17532291

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-12-05

    Film soup with the selfmade redscale film

  • Film soup experiment -Xpro-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-12

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with baking soda all around on the film, with flicking my fingers. Rewind it and put into a pan and pour water, and boiled it for about 5 minutes. Rinse and dry, and cross-deveop it. Done! This psychedelic result is not what I expected. I will cook some more anyway =)

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  • Film soup -Redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-10-14

    After shooting a roll, take the film into a dark room and open it. Then sprinkle hot water, filled with baking soda all around on the film, with flicking my fingers. Rewind it and put into a pan and pour water, and boiled it for about 5 minutes. Rinse and dry, and C-41 deveopment. Done!

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  • #19926771

    shared by julea on 2014-08-25

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  • My mum

    shared by barbora-von-kraml on 2012-06-02

  • The Cloud Circle MX Experiment

    written by sandravo on 2013-07-17 in #gear #tipster
    The Cloud Circle MX Experiment

    Some time ago, I discovered how much fun it can be to use clouds in your photos to add that little extra. After shooting several rolls with stuff floating on clouds I felt the need to try something different. What if you could have clouds all around your subject? Read on to find out how simple the circular cloud experiment really is!

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  • #18635880

    shared by arurin on 2013-07-14

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  • #18770665

    shared by clownshoes on 2013-08-13

    I'm getting around to developing some color film. This is one roll I was antsy to develop. 1/2 rolls of Kodak EIR. Haven't shot the other roll yet; I was curious how this would come out.

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  • How to Add Light Leaks to Any Roll of 120 Film

    written by sunsetsandsilhouettedreams on 2013-11-10 in #gear #tipster
    How to Add Light Leaks to Any Roll of 120 Film

    Has a light leaky camera always been on your Lomographic wish list? With this simple trick, that can be done with any medium format camera!

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