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  • Spring -- finally !! :-)

    shared by kleeblatt on 2012-03-27

    tested this film , I shot at ISO 100 and really like the colours .. My favourite spring flower :D makes me smile

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  • #18416212

    shared by mypics on 2013-05-27

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  • #19040915

    shared by meryl on 2013-10-21

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  • #18323946

    shared by leiisimonian on 2013-05-07

  • #18323948

    shared by leiisimonian on 2013-05-07

  • #15505084

    shared by manoo on 2012-03-04

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  • testing the LC-W

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-09-18

    i now shot 4 or 5 rolls (about 150 shots) with this cam but only got few sharp/crisp pictures. - less than 40%. this roll is OK compared to the ones before. but having a look at the LC-W photo collection of LSI i have to say that even my sharpest shot is far from being as sharp as the ones shown there. pretty often there is such a blurry unsharp soup on the pics. i even tested the cam with an inch rule and did only get one crisp shot with the exact setting. take a look at the last shot of the album: there are several layers and one of them has to be sharp due to the settings. but no.

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  • Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

    written by hodachrome on 2013-01-14 in #gear #tipster
    Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

    Today I will be introducing the technique so called EBS, exposing both sides of the film, one of the most unique techniques within Lomographic photos. Is it hard to do it? Maybe! But once you get good luck and concentration, you might get amazing results!

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  • 新寄生獣 -blood on the hands

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-11-26

    From ”filmsoup-swap” project with my favorite photographer fotobes. He shot first in UK, and then I shot in Japan. After finishing the roll I ”cooked” the film. I put the dissolved neutral detergent onto all around the film in a darkroom. Then rewind the film and heated the canister in boiled water for 5 minutes. After I dried the film I got it developed. Came out psychedelic image. We don’t discuss what we have each taken photographs of, so the results are always a surprise. More about this technique http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/02/27/lets-cook-the-film-the-recipe-of-film-soup. And check out fotobes’s album from the same project. http://www.lomography.com/homes/fotobes/albums/1995715-lc-a-plus-film-soup-swap-with-hodachrome

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  • Let's 'Cook' the Film: The Recipe of Film Soup!

    written by hodachrome on 2013-02-27 in #gear #tipster
    Let's 'Cook' the Film: The Recipe of Film Soup!

    The idea of film soup, is to allow the film to have chemical interaction with the 'soup', and produce the unexpectedly extraordinary effect for your Lomographs. Since the first film soup ever been 'served', every Lomographer has eagerly recorded down their own recipe and review. In this article, I would like to share my experience with my own secret recipe!

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  • Sziget Festival

    shared by kleinerkaries on 2012-10-07

    2012

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  • Sziget Festival Budapest 2012

    shared by kleinerkaries on 2012-10-03

    Hello Wood's installations can be found all over the island. You can also make your own pieces at their workshops.

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  • Sziget Festival Budapest 2012

    shared by kleinerkaries on 2012-10-01

    This is one of my favourite lomographs. It gives a good impression of the atmosphere at the festival. It was very crowded at the Killers concert, when these two decided to climb this post in the back of the audience to have a better view of the stage. http://www.lomography.de/magazine/competitions/2012/12/20/die-sieger-des-lighten-the-dark-wettbewerbs-stehen-fest http://www.lomography.com/magazine/competitions/2012/10/05/nuit-blanche-rumble-show-us-your-best-night-shots-winners-announcement

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  • Harvest

    shared by kleinerkaries on 2013-09-05

    2013

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  • Bauhaus

    shared by stolosapo on 2013-01-12

    .. with a lot of bourbon ..

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  • Bauhaus

    shared by stolosapo on 2013-01-12

    .. with a lot of bourbon ..

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  • Bauhaus

    shared by stolosapo on 2013-01-12

    .. with a lot of bourbon ..

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  • #16932310

    shared by juliepurser on 2012-09-03

  • #16932315

    shared by juliepurser on 2012-09-03

  • Diana F+ adventures

    shared by nobru on 2012-07-23

  • Diana F+ adventures

    shared by nobru on 2012-07-23

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  • #19216664

    shared by juliemond on 2013-12-15

  • #19216659

    shared by juliemond on 2013-12-15

  • #12498739

    shared by japsix on 2011-01-24

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  • Summer sunset

    shared by yosoytusombra on 2013-09-24

    Watching summer sunset on the beach with my best friend. Sunsets are always magical :D

  • Troma Competition

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-03

    Objects of curiosity at the Grant Museum of Zoology, London

  • Analogue accident!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-04

    I shot this film as a joke to a friend of seedy neons for a doubles project. I forgot and put the film back in my new films bag! When I shot the roll I thought it was new, and just enjoyed NYE with my friends. Unfortunately when the roll was returned the joke backfired and a stripper auditions sign was all over my face!

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

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  • ¡Exposiciones múltiples con flores!

    written by hodachrome on 2013-03-09 in #gear #tipster
    ¡Exposiciones múltiples con flores!

    Las exposición múltiple (MX) es una técnica para crear algunas de las fotos más auténticas que los Lomógrafos conocemos. Todos la amamos, pero ¿cómo se hace? Las flores son mi sujeto favorito para hacer MX. A menudo, las mezclo con paisajes, fábricas abandonadas, árboles, etc. ¡Vamos a ver cómo disparar esas imágenes tan bonitas!

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  • Paseos fotográficos diarios con exposiciones múltiples

    written by hodachrome on 2013-03-06 in #gear #tipster
    Paseos fotográficos diarios con exposiciones múltiples

    Ésto es muy fácil. Es algo que puedes probar fácilmente dentro de las técnicas de la exposición múltiple. ¡Prácticamente, puedes disparar cualquier cosa que quieras, y crear fotos únicas! Sólo necesitas saber cómo hacer exposiciones múltiples.

  • 秋の嵐山 -Kyoto in autumn

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-03

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  • 秋の嵐山 -Kyoto in autumn

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-03

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  • 秋の嵐山 -Kyoto in autumn

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-03

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  • 盛花必衰 -change over time

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-08-30

    Sunflowers in full bloom and withered ones at the same wild field. With the splitzer.

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  • hypercube

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-01

    4 times exposure

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  • 燃える秋 -autumn in fire

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-09

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  • 日馬融合 -fusion of Japan and Malaysia

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-10

    Exposing both sides of the film (EBS). Shot on negative side first, Meiko Triton Bridge in Japan. After reversed the film I shot on redscale side, Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  • 日馬融合 -fusion of Japan and Malaysia

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-10

    Exposing both sides of the film (EBS). Shot on negative side first, with small flowers in Nagoya, Japan. After reversed the film I shot on redscale side at Thean Hou Temple (天后宮) in Malaysia.

  • 日馬融合 -fusion of Japan and Malaysia

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-31

    Exposing both sides of the film (EBS). Shot on negative side first, Meiko Triton Bridge in Japan. After reversed the film I shot on redscale side, at KLCC in Malaysia.

  • 日馬融合 -fusion of Japan and Malaysia

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-31

    Exposing both sides of the film (EBS). Shot on negative side first, at a station in Japan. After reversed the film I shot on redscale side, at Thean Hou Temple (天后宮) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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  • 日馬融合 -fusion of Japan and Malaysia

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-10

    Exposing both sides of the film (EBS). Shot on negative side first, Meiko Triton Bridge in Japan. After reversed the film I shot on redscale side, at KLCC in Malaysia.

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  • 日馬融合 -fusion of Japan and Malaysia

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-31

    Exposing both sides of the film (EBS). Shot on negative side first, at Naritasan Shinshoji Temple in Japan. After reversed the film I shot on redscale side, at Istana Negara, Kuala Lumpur

  • Eva_eva EBS

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-10

    Exposing both sides of the film (EBS). Shot on negative side first, at a Naritasan Temple in Japan. After reversed the film I shot on redscale side, Eva_eva in Melaka, Malaysia. Thanks Eva!

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  • 日馬融合 -fusion of Japan and Malaysia

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-10

    Exposing both sides of the film (EBS). Shot on negative side first, in Japan. After reversed the film I shot on redscale side, Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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  • Buy Film, Not Megapixels!!!

    shared by ropi on 2012-12-07

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  • Buy Film, Not Megapixels!!!

    shared by ropi on 2012-12-07

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