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  • #19636973

    shared by artlens on 2014-05-10

  • set of wheels

    shared by fotobes on 2013-12-03

    a few images of brighton in the last of the autumnal evening light..

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  • Horizon Summer Memories

    shared by zorki on 2013-10-28

    Some last horizon shots made on my holidays in summer 2013.

  • Wonderous Workshops at the Wilderness Festival

    written by hannah_brown on 2013-08-20 in #news
    Wonderous Workshops at the Wilderness Festival

    Lomography loves a good festival and this year we decided to give two workshops at The Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire. It was a beautiful sunny day and everybody who took part shot some amazing photographs, and most of them had never used the cameras before! Read on to see them...

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  • Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague for Beer Lovers

    written by erikagrendel on 2013-08-12 in #world #locations
    Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague for Beer Lovers

    Unfortunately for me, but fortunately for you, my boyfriend is a great beer lover and it's through this that I got to know places I would not visit otherwise. So if you like beer and small breweries, this article is just perfect for you.

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  • Rainy damp monolith

    shared by shack_81 on 2013-06-30

    A few photos from a windy rainy week in Wales

  • Old and New

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-06-03

    Asakusa area, where you can meet old good and brand new. Triple exposure.

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  • Gocchin meets Tokyo

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-06-03

    A model guy in the photo is a great lomographer "gocchin". Take a look at his great lomohome. http://www.lomography.com/homes/gocchin

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  • RED ZOO

    shared by jeahh on 2013-07-02

  • 10 Simple Summer Tungsten Tips

    written by sirio174 on 2013-07-01 in #gear #tipster
    10 Simple Summer Tungsten Tips

    Last week, I made a short trip to the sea and took some photos with my Lomo LC-A Refurbished loaded with a Lomography X Tungsten film roll. Here are some tips about the use of this film and this camera in the summer season.

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  • #17681736

    shared by noe_arteaga on 2013-01-06

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  • #17681734

    shared by noe_arteaga on 2013-01-06

    I used to work here.

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  • #18506484

    shared by lomonina on 2013-06-14

  • back to Dalian

    shared by kelvin_wx on 2013-06-27

    after graduation from my college, it has been almost 10 years, this may, we went back to Dalian to see the familiar places and people, some were changed some not. it was an amazing tour with my old friends.

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  • Crap-o-Sprock

    shared by buckshot on 2013-06-30

    Essentially pretty crappy Sprocket Rocket shots.

  • LAAAC Meet

    shared by trw on 2013-06-30

    Downtown LA was the site for the second meet-up of the LAAAC. It was great getting together with this fantastic group of people including grazie, af-capture, supershapy and other friends. Thanks to all of you for the great day!

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  • Two British classics

    shared by buckshot on 2013-06-30

    Shot on home-redscaled film, using my homemade 'Bucksprock' mask. (I didn't have time to make a 'Ducksprock' mask... ;-)

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  • El badass bandito

    shared by buckshot on 2013-06-30

    Shot on home-redscaled film, using my homemade 'Bucksprock' mask.

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  • Redscaled Bucksprock

    shared by buckshot on 2013-06-30

    Shot on home-redscaled film, using my homemade 'Bucksprock' mask. (I didn't have time to make a 'Ducksprock' mask... ;-)

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  • Redscaled Bucksprock

    shared by buckshot on 2013-06-30

    Shot on home-redscaled film, using my homemade 'Bucksprock' mask. (I didn't have time to make a 'Ducksprock' mask... ;-)

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  • Redscaled Bucksprock

    shared by buckshot on 2013-06-30

    Shot on home-redscaled film, using my homemade 'Bucksprock' mask. (I didn't have time to make a 'Ducksprock' mask... ;-)

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  • Redscaled Bucksprock

    shared by buckshot on 2013-06-30

    Shot on home-redscaled film, using my homemade 'Bucksprock' mask. (I didn't have time to make a 'Ducksprock' mask... ;-)

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  • NEW YORK NEW YORK by LC-A+ vol.1

    shared by gocchin on 2013-06-29

  • National Maritime Museum

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

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  • Staircase outside the National Maritime Museum

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

  • Colonnade at the National Maritime Museum

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

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  • Royal Observatory

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

  • Old Royal Naval College

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

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  • The World reflects the Royal Observatory

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

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  • Inside the gift shop of the Cutty Sark

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

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  • The Cutty Sark, viewed through the glass roof of…

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

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  • Entrance to the Old Royal Naval College

    shared by buckshot on 2013-05-02

    I figured it would be conceptually interesting to do a panorama EBS (exposing both sides) album at Greenwich: the prime meridian, where time begins and the world divides into East and West, in an opposing symmetry that mirrors the duality of shots captured with this technique.

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  • Lomographer for a Day: Tell Me What You Shoot and I'll Tell You Who You Are

    written by lomofrue on 2013-05-03 in #lifestyle
    Lomographer for a Day: Tell Me What You Shoot and I'll Tell You Who You Are

    I lent my cameras to my best friends and turned them into "Lomographers for a Day". Take a look what they've done!

  • Solaris Ferrania 100 ASA Forced to 800!

    written by nina_ska on 2013-05-03 in #reviews
    Solaris Ferrania 100 ASA Forced to 800!

    The Solaris is a pretty cheap Ferrania roll, which made me wary at first, but here I will show that it produces excellent results!

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  • #191420

    shared by d_i_hunter on 2009-02-06

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  • #11410232

    shared by ishoothorizon on 2010-06-06

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  • #225753

    shared by wendalls on 2009-02-24

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  • The Kite Flier.

    shared by mandashitley on 2009-03-07

  • #11819975

    shared by lakandula on 2010-09-15

    In one of my visit to Tagaytay, I went to the People's Park in the Sky and took these redscaled lomographs. I noticed that some of my shots exhibited lightleaks. Since then my poor LCA+CL has been blacktaped.

  • #11819974

    shared by lakandula on 2010-09-15

    In one of my visit to Tagaytay, I went to the People's Park in the Sky and took these redscaled lomographs. I noticed that some of my shots exhibited lightleaks. Since then my poor LCA+CL has been blacktaped.

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  • #11819973

    shared by javihacefotos on 2010-09-15

  • #12023075

    shared by singleelderly on 2010-10-27

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  • #12023074

    shared by ne_fryakai on 2010-10-27

  • #12971239

    shared by gleby on 2011-04-01

  • #11168832

    shared by miedu on 2010-03-31

  • #11168831

    shared by ne_fryakai on 2010-03-31

  • #11133299

    shared by wang-wang on 2010-03-19

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  • #11133281

    shared by game on 2010-03-19

  • #11133277

    shared by game on 2010-03-19

  • #11133272

    shared by game on 2010-03-19