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  • #18229328

    shared by plyshbel on 2013-04-23

    On the threshold of my 38th anniversary I upload some selection of mine childhood shots. Recently I made a big rescan on Nikon Coolscan-V all my family slide archive in maximum resolution. So I want to share some results. These slides were taken by my dear Papa circa 1976-1987 with Zenit-E camera, Helios-44 2/58mm. on famous and the best from accessible on the Soviet market slide films - glorious GDR Orwochrome UT 18. So please enjoy these warm, yellowish family masterpieces from non-existent country USSR

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  • mads det er mit navn

    shared by aanum on 2013-04-23

    103rd album from mads, det er mit navn

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  • #18229236

    shared by gionnired on 2013-04-23

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  • *

    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2013-04-23

    Belair City Slicker with the wonderful 50-200 Redscale exposed on 50 Iso

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  • #18228519

    shared by he-mo on 2013-04-23

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  • Noordkaap

    shared by undiscovered on 2013-04-23

    A sunny walk with my parents along the sea in the Netherlands

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  • Company trip 2013 to Guangxi

    shared by yokekei on 2013-04-23

    Guilin - Yangshuo - Lipu (28 March - 1st April 2013)

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  • Lomowalk in Prague

    shared by erikagrendel on 2013-04-23

    21.4.2013 lovely lomowalk when everything has been blooming in Prague...yeeey :)

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  • Company trip 2013 to Guangxi

    shared by yokekei on 2013-04-23

    Guilin - Yangshuo - Lipu (28 March - 1st April 2013)

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  • Company trip 2013 to Guangxi

    shared by yokekei on 2013-04-23

    Guilin - Yangshuo - Lipu (28 March - 1st April 2013)

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  • Lomowalk in Prague

    shared by erikagrendel on 2013-04-23

    21.4.2013 lovely lomowalk when everything has been blooming in Prague...yeeey :)

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  • #18228523

    shared by he-mo on 2013-04-23

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  • Noordkaap

    shared by undiscovered on 2013-04-23

    A sunny walk with my parents along the sea in the Netherlands

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  • #18228287

    shared by alexandra_krolikowski on 2013-04-23

    Once upon a time we've drove to hitch-hiking to Alupka in Vorontcov Palace. It's been a sun spring day. I load in my Zorki 10, (russian automatic camera from 70-s) Kodak Color 200 film, overdue in 2006. When we arrive to Alupka, we met our friend Alexey from Moscow, and gone walking in Vorontcov Garden situated under walls of Vorontcov Palace. Vorontcov Palace - is one of the oldest and largest royal palaces in all of Crimea. It's a great work of Edward Blore, Scottish architect. The basis of the architectural design of the palace was the idea of ​​the alchemical marriage between East and West: half of the palace looks like a European castle, another part looks like a Orient palace. Winston Churchill in book "Triumph and Tragedy: The Second World War" write about this place: "The setting of our abode was impressive ... Behind the villa, half Gothic and half Moorish in style, rose the mountains, covered in snow, culminating in the highest peak in the Crimea. Before us lay the dark expanse of the Black Sea, severe, but still agreeable and warm even at this time of the year. Carved white lions guarded the entrance to the house, and beyond the courtyard lay a fine park with sub-tropical plants and cypresses."

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  • lost photo

    shared by phzhi on 2013-04-23

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  • Diumenge amb la Minolta.

    shared by espiadimonis on 2013-04-23

    Passejada Pont de Goi i Rodalies

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  • double with Leyre

    shared by goonies on 2013-04-23

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/littlekoala

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  • lost photo

    shared by phzhi on 2013-04-23

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  • lost photo

    shared by phzhi on 2013-04-23

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  • double with Leyre

    shared by goonies on 2013-04-23

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/littlekoala

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  • lost photo

    shared by phzhi on 2013-04-23

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  • Kompakt Lake Cross

    shared by jeahh on 2013-04-23

    kompakt lake cross

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  • Window shopping

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2013-04-23

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  • Warm colors, cold weather

    shared by mrmex on 2013-04-23

    Never really used the normal x-pro film as much as I wanted. actually this is my first try. Really like some of the results. For less of the same, I also have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Analog-Love/162382500569906 A) 1/2 These two are the same picture but scanned of different settings, what do you prefer?

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  • #18227074

    shared by goonies on 2013-04-23

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  • Mornings by the sea

    shared by walasiteodito on 2013-04-23

    all photos we're taken during our 2 day stay at Blue Coral beach resort in Laiya, Batangas.

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  • Pentax loves Infrared too.

    shared by adash on 2013-04-23

    20mm lens, external viewfinder and 720nm filter. The stuff is a bit over, but I still like it. Shot as 400 with the filter applied, developed as 400 in 1+50 R09 (Rodinal).

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  • #18226133

    shared by qrro on 2013-04-23

    cranes cranes cranes cranes I like cranes

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  • #18227007

    shared by goonies on 2013-04-23

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  • Ole super market!

    shared by kelvin_wx on 2013-04-23

    we went to the "Ole" super market, it was kind of differrent from others,you can eat almost every thing in hereXD

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  • Window shopping

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2013-04-23

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  • #18225760

    shared by kylethefrench on 2013-04-22

    spring time bright bright sun

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  • #18225722

    shared by kangiha on 2013-04-22

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  • Last Day of Pool from Summer 2013

    shared by peropero on 2013-04-22

    Provia is still turning out very green with me. Fun day with fun people. :D I had to finish the film so I took the camera to the shower and washing machine, nevermind...

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  • #18226110

    shared by qrro on 2013-04-23

    cranes cranes cranes cranes I like cranes

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  • my first self reload roll! Very happy w/ results

    shared by koduckgirl on 2013-04-25

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  • #18237596

    shared by tiano on 2013-04-25

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  • #18236311

    shared by bravopires on 2013-04-25

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  • #18230076

    shared by bravebird on 2013-04-23

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  • #18235768

    shared by bravopires on 2013-04-24

    .zeiss 6x9 test.

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  • Pentax loves Infrared too.

    shared by adash on 2013-04-23

    20mm lens, external viewfinder and 720nm filter. The stuff is a bit over, but I still like it. Shot as 400 with the filter applied, developed as 400 in 1+50 R09 (Rodinal).

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  • This film was really not expired

    shared by gauthierdumonde on 2013-04-24

    Epson Scan software

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  • #18229475

    shared by suizidekid on 2013-04-23

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  • #18229703

    shared by marta1901 on 2013-04-23

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  • O green world

    shared by 134340 on 2013-04-22

    Back to University

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  • #18223487

    shared by grazie on 2013-04-22

    doubles with my friend bloomchen. Thanks a lot for this project. Hope you check his wonderful lomographs here. http://www.lomography.com/homes/bloomchen

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  • Vaseline on filter

    shared by buckshot on 2013-04-20

    I read about this effect many years ago, but never actually tried it until today: smear Vaseline (petroleum jelly) around the outside of a skylight filter on the front of your lens, leaving a clear circle in the middle, to get a sharp centre and soft-focus outer edge to your shots. I used a 28-210mm Vivitar zoom lens on my Nikon body, and prefer how the effect works on the wider shots than the zoomed-in ones... although I'm pretty happy with them all, actually :-)

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  • #18214992

    shared by cryboy on 2013-04-20

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  • #18219001

    shared by suizidekid on 2013-04-21

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  • Doubles with @aguillem

    shared by mafiosa on 2013-04-02

    For my first swap with @aguillem, he thought it would be cool to have the first layer be "pixels". I the results are very cool, although I wish the pixel layer would have been able to come through more clearly on some of these. Thanks again @aguillem for this wonderful swap. I you haven't already visited his home, please do so here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/aguillem

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