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  • hong kong, my home

    shared by singleelderly on 2012-09-14

    2 photos combined

  • #17009142

    shared by singleelderly on 2012-09-14

  • #17009215

    shared by adam_g2000 on 2012-09-14

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  • A day with Diana F+

    shared by lomo-chef on 2012-09-14

    in this shoot i use Diana FishEye Lens,Diana Wide Lens and i have try few shoot of slow shutter picture :D

  • #16952561

    shared by bloomchen on 2012-09-06

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    shared by bloomchen on 2012-09-14

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  • #17010362

    shared by wuxiong on 2012-09-14

    Shangli historical town is an old town in west China, which enjoys a great fame and a long history. I was so touched by the quiet life there and the the way of local people's life style, and as well as the beautiful scenery around.....<:)

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  • #17010418

    shared by wuxiong on 2012-09-14

    Shangli historical town is an old town in west China, which enjoys a great fame and a long history. I was so touched by the quiet life there and the the way of local people's life style, and as well as the beautiful scenery around.....<:)

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  • Photos from Camp Nou (FC Barcelona) & the Dali…

    shared by jbeischer on 2012-09-14

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  • Film soup experiment -negative-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-12

    Seasoned with baking soda. Not boiled. Seems not stained much, only color balance has changed. I will try some more and report in detail.

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  • Film soup experiment -negative-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-12

    Seasoned with baking soda. Not boiled. Seems not stained much, only color balance has changed. I will try some more and report in detail.

  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-14

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

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  • Film soup experiment -negative-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-12

    Seasoned with baking soda. Not boiled. Seems not stained much, only color balance has changed. I will try some more and report in detail.

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  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-13

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

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  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-13

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-13

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

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  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-13

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-13

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

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  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-13

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

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  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-13

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

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  • Film soup experiment -redscale-

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-09-13

    After shooting a film, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with neutral detergent 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!

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  • 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 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 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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  • #17013516

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-09-14

    Another underexposed roll. Not sure what's up with this LC-A+ because it did have fresh batteries in it...oh well, still a few good shots.

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  • #17013643

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

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  • #17013651

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

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  • #17013656

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

  • #17013654

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

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  • #17013655

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

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  • #17013646

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

  • #17013661

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

  • #17013659

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

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  • #17013652

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

  • #17013662

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

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  • #17013648

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

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  • #17013658

    shared by jeabzz on 2012-09-14

    4exposures with the brilliant palkina (check her great lomohome : http://www.lomography.com/homes/palkina). Each layer has been shot at 1600 iso. Unfortunately the result was a bit underexposed, which gives a kind of creepy tone to the result. I kind of like it ! :)

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  • #17014087

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-09-14

    I love my Holgas! :D

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  • #17014102

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-09-14

    I love my Holgas! :D

  • #17014091

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-09-14

    I love my Holgas! :D

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  • #17014092

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-09-14

    I love my Holgas! :D

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  • #17014094

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-09-14

    I love my Holgas! :D

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  • #17014114

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2012-09-14

    I love my Holgas! :D

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  • #17012398

    shared by kathepalacio on 2012-09-14

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    shared by kathepalacio on 2012-09-14

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  • #17012387

    shared by kathepalacio on 2012-09-14

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    shared by kathepalacio on 2012-09-14

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    shared by kathepalacio on 2012-09-14

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    shared by kathepalacio on 2012-09-14

  • #17012390

    shared by kathepalacio on 2012-09-14