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    shared by idigtulsa on 2011-01-13

  • The Night Time is the Right Time: Long Exposure Essentials

    written by idigtulsa on 2010-12-21 in #gear #tipster
    The Night Time is the Right Time: Long Exposure Essentials

    In the Northern Hemisphere of LomoLand winter is upon us. This means that the days are shorter, and when the sun is up, it will often spend a significant amount of time behind the clouds. Does that mean we should put our cameras away until spring arrives and everything around us thaws out?

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  • Handmade Black and White Processing

    written by stouf on 2010-10-29 in #gear #tipster
    Handmade Black and White Processing

    How to process black and white film at home, in your bathroom. Steps for generic Rodinal process and ATP 1.1 process.

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  • #12251349

    shared by mouthwork on 2010-12-09

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  • #12239142

    shared by h_hache on 2010-12-06

  • #12255804

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I purchased a bag of expired film on Craigslist, and one of the rolls was almost completely pulled out and just wrapped around itself. I found this to be a perfect oppertunity to "sacrifice" this roll and create my "starter strip" for a roll of flipped home made Redscale film. As you can see, I was only able to salvage a few frames off the unexposed film, but based on the results i'm going back for seconds.

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  • #12255803

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I purchased a bag of expired film on Craigslist, and one of the rolls was almost completely pulled out and just wrapped around itself. I found this to be a perfect oppertunity to "sacrifice" this roll and create my "starter strip" for a roll of flipped home made Redscale film. As you can see, I was only able to salvage a few frames off the unexposed film, but based on the results i'm going back for seconds.

  • #12255802

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I purchased a bag of expired film on Craigslist, and one of the rolls was almost completely pulled out and just wrapped around itself. I found this to be a perfect oppertunity to "sacrifice" this roll and create my "starter strip" for a roll of flipped home made Redscale film. As you can see, I was only able to salvage a few frames off the unexposed film, but based on the results i'm going back for seconds.

  • #12255942

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I took a chance and completed a lens modification on my 120N. I forced the lens to turn past it's "1M" (the single man picture) stopping point, and altered it's effective "close focus" range by allowing a full 1 1/2 turns more rotation of the lens. The result is a closer focal point than is allowed with the stock lens. Here are some of the things I accomplished after the modification.

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  • #12255934

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I took a chance and completed a lens modification on my 120N. I forced the lens to turn past it's "1M" (the single man picture) stopping point, and altered it's effective "close focus" range by allowing a full 1 1/2 turns more rotation of the lens. The result is a closer focal point than is allowed with the stock lens. Here are some of the things I accomplished after the modification.

  • #12255936

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I took a chance and completed a lens modification on my 120N. I forced the lens to turn past it's "1M" (the single man picture) stopping point, and altered it's effective "close focus" range by allowing a full 1 1/2 turns more rotation of the lens. The result is a closer focal point than is allowed with the stock lens. Here are some of the things I accomplished after the modification.

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  • #12255946

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I took a chance and completed a lens modification on my 120N. I forced the lens to turn past it's "1M" (the single man picture) stopping point, and altered it's effective "close focus" range by allowing a full 1 1/2 turns more rotation of the lens. The result is a closer focal point than is allowed with the stock lens. Here are some of the things I accomplished after the modification.

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  • #12255935

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I took a chance and completed a lens modification on my 120N. I forced the lens to turn past it's "1M" (the single man picture) stopping point, and altered it's effective "close focus" range by allowing a full 1 1/2 turns more rotation of the lens. The result is a closer focal point than is allowed with the stock lens. Here are some of the things I accomplished after the modification.

  • #12255799

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I purchased a bag of expired film on Craigslist, and one of the rolls was almost completely pulled out and just wrapped around itself. I found this to be a perfect oppertunity to "sacrifice" this roll and create my "starter strip" for a roll of flipped home made Redscale film. As you can see, I was only able to salvage a few frames off the unexposed film, but based on the results i'm going back for seconds.

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  • #12255800

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-10

    I purchased a bag of expired film on Craigslist, and one of the rolls was almost completely pulled out and just wrapped around itself. I found this to be a perfect oppertunity to "sacrifice" this roll and create my "starter strip" for a roll of flipped home made Redscale film. As you can see, I was only able to salvage a few frames off the unexposed film, but based on the results i'm going back for seconds.

  • Water Tank

    shared by thufflife on 2010-11-10

    What they really needed was water, but the ice sculpture was something to admire

  • #12234397

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-05

  • #12234313

    shared by idigtulsa on 2010-12-05

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  • #12225488

    shared by h_hache on 2010-12-04

  • #12225492

    shared by h_hache on 2010-12-04

  • #6116212

    shared by remi-boiteux on 2009-10-15

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