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  • #14308990

    shared by johnccc on 2011-09-22

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  • #211599

    shared by hhjm on 2009-02-16

  • #13719293

    shared by pepper-b on 2011-07-06

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  • Foggy days

    shared by pepper-b on 2011-08-29

    Developed in Tetenal C41 Kit. Epson V500 Scanner.

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  • Going green

    shared by pepper-b on 2011-09-05

    Developed in Tetenal C41 Kit. Epson V500 Scanner.

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  • I Love Spinning

    shared by pepper-b on 2011-09-08

    Home made redscale. Developed in Tetenal C41 Kit. Epson V500 Scanner.

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  • Eternity

    shared by pepper-b on 2011-09-10

    Developed in Tetenal C41 Kit. Epson V500 Scanner.

  • #14286623

    shared by weidong on 2011-09-19

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  • #12482072

    shared by jarvislomo on 2011-01-21

  • #14291729

    shared by who-is-francesco on 2011-09-20

  • #14291745

    shared by who-is-francesco on 2011-09-20

  • BKSPicture

    shared by bkspicture on 2011-04-22

    You can find more of my work on my homepage: http://www.bkspicture.com/ _________________________________________ Also have a blog where I write about my photo experience, tips and trick etc. . . . . . . . . http://www.blog.bkspicture.com/ _________________________________________ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/BKSPicture/171493582895927

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  • Lomowalk Landschaftspark Duisburg

    shared by artichekt on 2011-08-29

    We had sooo much luck catching one of the two sunny days in this summer for our Lomowalk in the former furnace plant transformed into a park for leisure and culture - the famous Landschaftspark Nord!

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  • #14183375

    shared by troch on 2011-09-05

    A visit to the Pacific National Exhibition, which is Vancouver's large fair, agricultural in origin. Lots of exhibitions, music and of course, the rides. These were shot between 6 and 8 pm on a partly cloudy evening.

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  • #14169477

    shared by porkchopsandy on 2011-09-03

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  • #14185636

    shared by furn7973 on 2011-09-05

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  • Color Flashed Flowers

    shared by freakoftheweek on 2011-05-26

    failed double exposure

  • Burning Birds

    shared by freakoftheweek on 2011-07-15

    I lIke these massive Light Leaks.

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  • Climb the Tree

    shared by freakoftheweek on 2011-07-03

    We have some fun at the Lake...

  • Climb the Tree

    shared by freakoftheweek on 2011-07-03

    We have some fun at the Lake...

  • Let's go hiking!

    shared by max303 on 2011-08-30

    Photos taken at Brecherspitz (1700m a.s.l.). Not too high but just challenging enough for us :-D

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    shared by max303 on 2011-08-12

  • #14179251

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-09-05

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  • #13477

    shared by libellule on 2008-07-25

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  • Flowers That Bloom in Hyperspace Tra-la

    shared by herbert-4 on 2010-06-16

    Doubles with fractals generated mostly with Chaos Pro 4.0, a freeware by Martin Pringstl, photographed with an old SLR, from an old CRT monitor with brightness set at painful, and, then rewound and with same SLR photographed assorted flowers around the neighbourhood. The film was developed and scanned at a CVS Photo Kiosk. The negatives look pretty dense. I think the riot grrrls at CVS helped out, somehow, at the scan. I didn't do much to them. Anyway, I'm proud of these. Enjoy.

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  • #13611719

    shared by warning on 2011-06-22

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  • How to Centre Your Subjects

    written by goonies on 2011-08-15 in #gear #tipster
    How to Centre Your Subjects

    The 35mm Back for Diana+ is an accessory I love, but at the beginning I had some hard times trying to centre my subjects in the picture I was taking.

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  • Going green

    shared by pepper-b on 2011-09-05

    Developed in Tetenal C41 Kit. Epson V500 Scanner.

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  • My first Provia

    shared by jennson on 2011-09-05

    ..i really like that color! I used a pol-filter.. it produces a very dark sky.. selfdeveloped with tetanal kit, pushed 2 steps

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  • doubles with aprilrich427

    shared by ccwu on 2011-09-11

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  • #14204096

    shared by gladys on 2011-09-08

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  • cartwheel

    shared by werriston on 2011-09-13

    I never think of myself as a water person. When people ask "Are you a beach person?" or "Are you a water person?" the more sardonic part of me wants to reply by informing them that the human body is about 60% water, so we are, in fact, all "water people", myself included — we literally cannot exist without it. Usually though, I respond by stating that, although I'm very fond of the ocean, for example, I'm only fond of it in the sense that I like knowing it's nearby. The thought is comforting somehow. But even though I quite like living close enough to the sea to look out at it, or breathe in the salt air, or listen to the waves lap at the shore at nights, I'm not really sure what to do with the ocean. I'm an animal of the inner city. I live amongst the power lines and alleyways and hole-in-the-wall cafes and bars; rooftop gardens and dirty gutters. I like looking for beauty in the decaying concrete jungle, and the only swimming I do seems to be in the mountains of work that pile up around me. Having said that, I'm also a traveler. If not by design then out of necessity. And looking back over my lomographs it's suddenly clear to me how much water I've crossed on my travels, and how much time I've spent on the sandy edges of continents — sipping cocktails while the sun goes down, or marvelling at bikini-clad beauties, or throwing frisbees, or spearing calamari. Once I had to drive speedboats for a children's tv show I was in. I wish I had some pictures of that... So what would I miss the most about water if it was suddenly and inexplicably taken away? That's an easy one: Life. And I don't mean existence — the two are different things. I don't just mean waking up in the morning, opening your eyes and breathing the air into your lungs — I mean living; diving headfirst into a crashing wave at Maroubra, feeling a bite on the end of your fishing line at Cape Leveque, watching the sun rise over Lake Michigan, cartwheeling down Huntington Beach. Water is life.

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  • doubles with aprilrich427

    shared by ccwu on 2011-09-11

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  • doubles with ccwu

    shared by aprilrich427 on 2011-09-07

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  • mountain pass

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-09-05

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  • New York, New York

    shared by tyler_durden on 2010-08-26

    the city of dreams

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  • Magic Prague

    shared by tyler_durden on 2011-06-15

    Weekend a Praga

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  • Magic Prague

    shared by tyler_durden on 2011-06-15

    Weekend a Praga

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  • Magic Prague

    shared by tyler_durden on 2011-06-15

    Weekend a Praga

  • New York, New York

    shared by tyler_durden on 2010-09-03

    the city of dreams

  • #13866254

    shared by tyler_durden on 2011-07-25

  • Varie con La Sardina

    shared by tyler_durden on 2011-07-27

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  • test camera

    shared by weidong on 2011-09-13

  • One more roll of EIR

    shared by weidong on 2011-08-29

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  • One more roll of EIR

    shared by weidong on 2011-08-29

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  • #208214

    shared by vicuna on 2009-02-14

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  • Lomo LC-Wide Lover: Elijah Wood

    written by shhquiet on 2011-05-19 in #people #lomoamigos
    Lomo LC-Wide Lover: Elijah Wood

    So what does our Lomo Amigo Elijah Wood think of the new Lomo LC-Wide? He took it out on a bike ride, so let the pictures do the talking!

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  • Super-grainy

    shared by kneehigh85 on 2011-07-26

    . . . but at least I have images now! These are the photos that got stuck in the development machine and then were fixed before they had developed properly (or something like that). Although they are still a bit pants, I am just happy I can see actual images now!

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  • Brighton

    shared by kneehigh85 on 2011-06-24

    I actually shot over 100 photos at the trip in Brighton but due to my lab-related disaster these are the only ones that have survived!

  • Brighton

    shared by kneehigh85 on 2011-06-24

    I actually shot over 100 photos at the trip in Brighton but due to my lab-related disaster these are the only ones that have survived!

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