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  • ten

    shared by werriston on 2011-04-15

    These are my submissions for the Shoot Your Prophecy rumble. Nothing here is Photoshopped or digitally enhanced - this album is 100% analogue. All images are from the one roll, and each is a double exposure shot using two separate masks (except for the last two photos). I'm probably going to write a tipster on this when I have time. Basically, I downloaded the ten Analogue Prophecies from the lomography website and made two sets of masks in Photoshop (twenty masks in total) - one set with black typography and clear backgrounds, and one set inverted (clear type and black backgrounds). This way I was able to shoot a "foreground" image for the words (using mostly white walls and fences), and then shoot a background plate for the colours behind the words. I had to modify my Holga to allow me to wind the film in both directions. After all the prep was done, it was simply a matter of shooting one exposure at a time, rewinding the film, switching the mask out, reloading the film, and shooting the next exposure. I also made up some swatches to carry with me so I could try to match the colour of the backgrounds I was shooting with the colours used in the Prophecies branding. As with a lot of things in my life, I spent months thinking about this project but waited until the final 24 hours of the competition to actually go out and do it. I've never used masks before, and I put them in upside down this time around, but, hey - just another one of those wonderful happy accidents, I guess. I had two exposures left over once I was done with the ten Prophecies, so I just put one of my favourite masks back in and finished the roll - no point wasting good film :)

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    shared by hhjm on 2011-04-15

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  • Hyde Park

    shared by neja on 2011-04-16

    side effects of shooting Prophecy stickers

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  • two

    shared by werriston on 2011-04-15

    These are my submissions for the Shoot Your Prophecy rumble. Nothing here is Photoshopped or digitally enhanced - this album is 100% analogue. All images are from the one roll, and each is a double exposure shot using two separate masks (except for the last two photos). I'm probably going to write a tipster on this when I have time. Basically, I downloaded the ten Analogue Prophecies from the lomography website and made two sets of masks in Photoshop (twenty masks in total) - one set with black typography and clear backgrounds, and one set inverted (clear type and black backgrounds). This way I was able to shoot a "foreground" image for the words (using mostly white walls and fences), and then shoot a background plate for the colours behind the words. I had to modify my Holga to allow me to wind the film in both directions. After all the prep was done, it was simply a matter of shooting one exposure at a time, rewinding the film, switching the mask out, reloading the film, and shooting the next exposure. I also made up some swatches to carry with me so I could try to match the colour of the backgrounds I was shooting with the colours used in the Prophecies branding. As with a lot of things in my life, I spent months thinking about this project but waited until the final 24 hours of the competition to actually go out and do it. I've never used masks before, and I put them in upside down this time around, but, hey - just another one of those wonderful happy accidents, I guess. I had two exposures left over once I was done with the ten Prophecies, so I just put one of my favourite masks back in and finished the roll - no point wasting good film :)

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    shared by pussylove on 2011-04-12

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  • #12261967

    shared by pussylove on 2010-12-11

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    shared by pussylove on 2010-12-11

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  • #12757821

    shared by jeansman on 2011-03-08

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    shared by drumfire on 2011-03-11

  • #13083524

    shared by missparker on 2011-04-17

    the shots would've looked great if only I used it properly. It was a great colorful and sunny landscape, with a great E100 slide film. But no, apparently I had to dishwash it and ruin it ;)

  • #13083597

    shared by missparker on 2011-04-17

    the shots would've looked great if only I used it properly. It was a great colorful and sunny landscape, with a great E100 slide film. But no, apparently I had to dishwash it ;) http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2010/10/29/dr-lab-experiment-one-do-the-dishwasher

  • Diana World Tour is about to land in Milan!

    written by alessiab on 2011-04-14 in #events
    Diana World Tour is about to land in Milan!

    Are you ready??! We are really bursting to start!

  • #13083579

    shared by missparker on 2011-04-17

    the shots would've looked great if only I used it properly. It was a great colorful and sunny landscape, with a great E100 slide film. But no, apparently I had to dishwash it and ruin it ;)

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  • #13083526

    shared by missparker on 2011-04-17

    the shots would've looked great if only I used it properly. It was a great colorful and sunny landscape, with a great E100 slide film. But no, apparently I had to dishwash it and ruin it ;)

  • girls of the Splendide Circus

    shared by tallgrrlrocks on 2011-04-14

    Shots from a super light, plastic camera—a freebie from a Pizza Place. I got it last Christmas. The giver forgot all about it in her drawer. These are a few of the shots that "made it out alive." :)

  • #12505082

    shared by 375 on 2011-01-25

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  • #3 Sensation

    shared by dhuffone on 2011-04-13

    Byah!

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  • #3 Sensation

    shared by dhuffone on 2011-04-13

    Byah!

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  • #3 Sensation

    shared by dhuffone on 2011-04-13

    Byah!

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  • extra_two

    shared by werriston on 2011-04-15

    These are my submissions for the Shoot Your Prophecy rumble. Nothing here is Photoshopped or digitally enhanced - this album is 100% analogue. All images are from the one roll, and each is a double exposure shot using two separate masks (except for the last two photos). I'm probably going to write a tipster on this when I have time. Basically, I downloaded the ten Analogue Prophecies from the lomography website and made two sets of masks in Photoshop (twenty masks in total) - one set with black typography and clear backgrounds, and one set inverted (clear type and black backgrounds). This way I was able to shoot a "foreground" image for the words (using mostly white walls and fences), and then shoot a background plate for the colours behind the words. I had to modify my Holga to allow me to wind the film in both directions. After all the prep was done, it was simply a matter of shooting one exposure at a time, rewinding the film, switching the mask out, reloading the film, and shooting the next exposure. I also made up some swatches to carry with me so I could try to match the colour of the backgrounds I was shooting with the colours used in the Prophecies branding. As with a lot of things in my life, I spent months thinking about this project but waited until the final 24 hours of the competition to actually go out and do it. I've never used masks before, and I put them in upside down this time around, but, hey - just another one of those wonderful happy accidents, I guess. I had two exposures left over once I was done with the ten Prophecies, so I just put one of my favourite masks back in and finished the roll - no point wasting good film :)

  • Capturing Friends with the “Fuji Instax”

    written by kdm315 on 2011-04-16 in #gear #tipster
    Capturing Friends with the “Fuji Instax”

    Fuji has introduced the “Fuji Instax” which takes instant pictures. This weekend I decided to try to capture some of my friends using the “Fuji Instax.” Here’s what I learned.

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  • Lomography Vienna Needs a Project Manager/Content Manager!

    written by shhquiet on 2011-04-15 in #news
    Lomography Vienna Needs a Project Manager/Content Manager!

    Hello, Vienna! As you know, Lomography is expanding and we're always on the lookout for fresh talent. If you love Lomography and would like to join our team, we are currently looking for a Project Manager/Content Manager.

  • Lovely Sunny Days: Central Oahu Regional Park

    written by dearjme on 2011-04-16 in #world #locations
    Lovely Sunny Days: Central Oahu Regional Park

    Feel like taking a day off and just being a kid again? I absolutely adore my local park, the Central Oahu Regional Park, where the Honolulu state and county has really pimped out the best place to get some healthy sun, climb on the monkey bars, fool around, take analogue photos, or just wander down a trip back to the carefree days.

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  • #13027258

    shared by megustastu on 2011-04-09

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    shared by megustastu on 2011-04-09

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    shared by megustastu on 2011-04-09

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    shared by megustastu on 2011-04-09

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    shared by megustastu on 2011-04-09

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    shared by megustastu on 2011-04-09

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  • Weird garden

    shared by neja on 2011-04-15

    my friends back garden is full of weird gay and action figures.

  • Weird garden

    shared by neja on 2011-04-15

    my friends back garden is full of weird gay and action figures.

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  • Weird garden

    shared by neja on 2011-04-15

    my friends back garden is full of weird gay and action figures.

  • Happy in the Sun

    shared by lafuenteroschard on 2011-04-14

    My first redscale and i just love it!!!

  • Weird garden

    shared by neja on 2011-04-15

    my friends back garden is full of weird gay and action figures.

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  • Weird garden

    shared by neja on 2011-04-15

    my friends back garden is full of weird gay and action figures.

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  • SpoiledRotten : LOMO Case that i design by myself

    shared by patcha221 on 2010-05-30

    SpoiledRotten is Brand for LOMO Camerta case that i design by myself and sell them. Now i got camera case for Holga / L-Ca / Fisheye if you want more infomation please contact me patcha.221@hotmail.com +6689 669 0050

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    shared by patcha221 on 2011-04-15

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    shared by patcha221 on 2011-04-15

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    shared by itskalan on 2011-04-15

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    shared by itskalan on 2011-04-15

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    shared by renenob on 2011-04-15

  • Colours of My Love

    shared by renenob on 2011-04-15

    This photo of my wife is definitely one of my to lomographs! I especially love the way the sun beam is filtered by the multicolored window pane, turning my wife into sweet and colorful marmalade.

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  • #13068785

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-04-15

  • Secret Bus Tour

    shared by rake on 2011-04-14

    I had the pleasure of going on the Lomography Gallery Store NYC secret bus tour. It was a great fun-filled day! I met many amusing people and photographed many more of them!

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  • Tour To The Blue Mountains

    shared by syafiqmddaud on 2011-03-29

    This was our third day. We visited the Blue Mountain, one of Sydney's famous trademark. If you are travelling to Sydney, don't forget to take the bus tour to the Blue Mountain. The scenery up there is truely fascinating.

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  • Tour To The Blue Mountains

    shared by syafiqmddaud on 2011-03-29

    This was our third day. We visited the Blue Mountain, one of Sydney's famous trademark. If you are travelling to Sydney, don't forget to take the bus tour to the Blue Mountain. The scenery up there is truely fascinating.

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  • Putrajaya 3rd Hot Air Balloon Festival

    shared by syafiqmddaud on 2011-03-17

    A must go event. There are lots to snap about. From the colourful balloons to the Putrajaya lovely scenery.

  • Putrajaya 3rd Hot Air Balloon Festival

    shared by syafiqmddaud on 2011-03-17

    A must go event. There are lots to snap about. From the colourful balloons to the Putrajaya lovely scenery.

  • Putrajaya 3rd Hot Air Balloon Festival

    shared by syafiqmddaud on 2011-03-17

    A must go event. There are lots to snap about. From the colourful balloons to the Putrajaya lovely scenery.

  • Tour To The Blue Mountains

    shared by syafiqmddaud on 2011-03-29

    This was our third day. We visited the Blue Mountain, one of Sydney's famous trademark. If you are travelling to Sydney, don't forget to take the bus tour to the Blue Mountain. The scenery up there is truely fascinating.

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