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week 13: mirror, mirror on the wall...

a redscale album, based on a little golden mirror, i found on the attic a couple of weeks ago.

first of all: sorry for the delay (in case anyone checks out my blog regularly)! but it totally wasn’t my fault – it took the lab over 2 weeks to develop this film. and i’m already waiting 10 days for the next roll… sigh. i think i’ll have to find a new lab.

howsoever, let’s talk about the album of week 13: a couple of weeks ago i found a little golden mirror at my parents attic. i didn’t had any real use for it, but i liked it so much, i just had to take it with me! well and of course i had to take several pictures of it – some still lifes as well as some kind of weird portraits.

based on the portraits, i then took some pictures of the dress alone, lighted with an extra lamp. i always like it, when you can see the ray of light in pictures… so i decided to illuminate some more stuff – shoes, books, a plant, some paintings,…

all of the photos were taken with my fed 3 camera and the lomography redscale 100 35mm film. this was my second roll of film with this camera and i really like it so far. finally a camera where i have total control over shutterspeed and aperture! a working flash for this camera would be nice though, maybe i’ll find one, that i can use with this camera.

please take a look at all the mirror pics, enlightend things and random shots to complete the roll of film here: mirror, mirror on the wall

written by kekskonstrukt


  1. larrymcdowell


    great pics! super album!

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  2. kekskonstrukt


    @larrymcdowell thank you so much! :)

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  3. gibri


    special shots

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