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Photographer Derek Woods Does '365 Days of Lomography'

This, after wrapping up his "365 Days of Leica" project in 2014.

Do-it-Yourself: Colour Film Developed in Rodinal

Most easily-available and cheap film is colour negative (CN), which uses a process called C41 (or CN-16) for development. While you can do C41 development at home, the chemicals are a bit nastier, and it's cheaper and easier to use a black-and-white developer. They also keep for longer. Plus, developing colour film in Rodinal gives you a unique look - not quite like anything else.

Revelado desatendido con LC29 y HC-110

El revelado desatendido es una sencilla y económica manera de revelar tus negativos de blanco y negro. ¡Hazte con los químicos en tus tiendas Lomography de Madrid y Barcelona!

LomoWalk in Hamburg with hafenperle, pearlgirl77, vivie and Mia Meyer Photography
LomoWalk in Hamburg with hafenperle, pearlgirl77, vivie and Mia Meyer Photography
LomoWalk in Hamburg with hafenperle, pearlgirl77, vivie and Mia Meyer Photography
LomoWalk in Hamburg with hafenperle, pearlgirl77, vivie and Mia Meyer Photography
LomoWalk in Hamburg with hafenperle, pearlgirl77, vivie and Mia Meyer Photography