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  • #20086907

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086908

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086909

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

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  • #20086910

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086911

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

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  • #20086912

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086913

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086914

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086915

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086916

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

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  • #20086917

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086918

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086919

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086920

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

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  • #20086921

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086922

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

  • #20086923

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-10-26

    Since I changed careers 7 years ago I rarely make it to Northampton anymore. I'm such a country bumpkin these days that just going to a little backwater like NoHo (or as the townie locals call it Hamp) feels like "the big city" to me.

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  • #20108241

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

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  • #20108242

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

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  • #20108243

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

  • #20108244

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

  • #20108245

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

  • #20108247

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

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  • #20108248

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

  • #20108249

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

  • #20108250

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

  • #20108251

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

  • #20108252

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-05

    I have wanted one of these beautiful little teak Zero Image cameras for several years and finally caught one on Ebay. I was surprised at how small it is, so cute! Very nice little camera and elegant design...I wasn't sure about spacing for the images but two whole turns of the advance knob wasted a lot film so I'll try 1.25 turns next time. And I totally winged it on the exposure. These were about 2-4 seconds each so I could have doubled that.

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  • #20128097

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-14

    Hmmm...I thought I had a good grasp on this camera after my previous roll of redscale. So I increased the exposure time on all of the images. And still I was so far underexposed that the whole roll was nearly blank. Time to switch to a roll of CN 400 I guess.

  • #20128098

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-14

    Hmmm...I thought I had a good grasp on this camera after my previous roll of redscale. So I increased the exposure time on all of the images. And still I was so far underexposed that the whole roll was nearly blank. Time to switch to a roll of CN 400 I guess.

  • #20128099

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-14

    Hmmm...I thought I had a good grasp on this camera after my previous roll of redscale. So I increased the exposure time on all of the images. And still I was so far underexposed that the whole roll was nearly blank. Time to switch to a roll of CN 400 I guess.

  • #20128100

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-14

    Hmmm...I thought I had a good grasp on this camera after my previous roll of redscale. So I increased the exposure time on all of the images. And still I was so far underexposed that the whole roll was nearly blank. Time to switch to a roll of CN 400 I guess.

  • #20128101

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-14

    Hmmm...I thought I had a good grasp on this camera after my previous roll of redscale. So I increased the exposure time on all of the images. And still I was so far underexposed that the whole roll was nearly blank. Time to switch to a roll of CN 400 I guess.

  • #20128102

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2014-11-14

    Hmmm...I thought I had a good grasp on this camera after my previous roll of redscale. So I increased the exposure time on all of the images. And still I was so far underexposed that the whole roll was nearly blank. Time to switch to a roll of CN 400 I guess.

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  • piscines bernat picornell on montjuic

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-13

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  • view over barcelona

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-13

  • i wanted it exactly that way - triple shot - and…

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-13

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  • stairs in jardin de joan maragall

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-13

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  • column of the olympic flame in 1992

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-13

  • tower placa espanya - missing rapunzel on this…

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-13

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  • anohter try with bokeh double shots of the same…

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-14

    you might have seens my first try with this technique http://www.lomography.com/homes/bloomchen/albums/2033059-over-the-rooftops-of-berlin if not here is the explanation: fix your cam on a tripod. switch of automatic focus. shoot first layer in unsharp and the second layer with coorect focus. this time i went on a bridge over the city freeway and tried it. much harder to measure the exposure time with the lighttracks.

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  • anohter try with bokeh double shots of the same…

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-14

    you might have seens my first try with this technique http://www.lomography.com/homes/bloomchen/albums/2033059-over-the-rooftops-of-berlin if not here is the explanation: fix your cam on a tripod. switch of automatic focus. shoot first layer in unsharp and the second layer with coorect focus. this time i went on a bridge over the city freeway and tried it. much harder to measure the exposure time with the lighttracks.

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  • anohter try with bokeh double shots of the same…

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-14

    you might have seens my first try with this technique http://www.lomography.com/homes/bloomchen/albums/2033059-over-the-rooftops-of-berlin if not here is the explanation: fix your cam on a tripod. switch of automatic focus. shoot first layer in unsharp and the second layer with coorect focus. this time i went on a bridge over the city freeway and tried it. much harder to measure the exposure time with the lighttracks.

  • anohter try with bokeh double shots of the same…

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-11-14

    you might have seens my first try with this technique http://www.lomography.com/homes/bloomchen/albums/2033059-over-the-rooftops-of-berlin if not here is the explanation: fix your cam on a tripod. switch of automatic focus. shoot first layer in unsharp and the second layer with coorect focus. this time i went on a bridge over the city freeway and tried it. much harder to measure the exposure time with the lighttracks.

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  • Frosty November

    shared by oleman on 2014-11-15

  • Frosty November

    shared by oleman on 2014-11-15

  • Frosty November

    shared by oleman on 2014-11-15

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  • Frosty November

    shared by oleman on 2014-11-15

  • Frosty November

    shared by oleman on 2014-11-15

  • Frosty November

    shared by oleman on 2014-11-15

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