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Kodak Elitechrome ED (35mm, 200 ISO)

The Kodak Elite Chrome ED is my absolute favorite film. It has incredible contrasts and delicious colors.

Turn Your Bad Shots into Art

Disappointed with an abundance of rubbish prints of shots that went wrong? Building up a shelf full of photographic embarrassment? Never fear, here's a way to make use of those sad photos.

MX of Dutch Square Clocktower and Flowerbed.
free wheelin'

Diana+ 35mm Back

The Diana+ 35mm Back is an indispensable accessory to the Lomography Diana+. Come have a look how far it streches the boundaries of what you can do with your favorite plastic beauty..

35mm Back Diana F+ : Framing correctly

When we get comfortable with modern digital cameras or with the Diana F+ 120 film format and then start using the 35mm back for the Diana F+, most of the times we have a hard time getting the framing right and knowing what will come out on the negative/slide.

Open Wide! Diana 35mm Back + 38mm Super-Wide Lens

Open Wide! For this review, I also need to explain why it matters to use the 38 mm Super-Wide Lens along with the Diana+ 35mm Back. So, it will be kind of a review-tipster hybrid article…but stick with me!

Agfa CT Precisa 35mm

Agfa CT Precisa is a classic emulsion full of tasty color that crosses to green filled blues and contrasty reds! I've had mixed experiences with this old slide film, and I present them to you so you can decide -- is this THE classic slide film?

Dare devil
At the edge

Agfa CT Precisa: My New Favorite!

Blue and green have always been my two favorite colors, so it's no wonder that this beauty caught my attention with it's vibrant, other-worldly colors!

Vue de la Tour Eiffel (dans l'ascenceur)
Tour Eiffel (Grand Angle)
Gardens of Castelo de São Jorge
Quiet in the countryside