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  • Prints I made in the darkroom

    shared by laurasulilly on 2011-05-17

    These are scans of various shots I processed and printed in the darkroom on Baryt or PE paper, taken with my Holga, Minolta x-700 and Pentacon Six... If you print 6x6 middle-format on paper, you can easily get a nice Polaroid-like format! These are scans of various shots I processed and printed in the darkroom on Baryt or PE paper, taken with my Holga, Minolta x-700 and Pentacon Six... If you print 6x6 middle-format on paper, you can easily get a nice Polaroid-like format! You can find more of my prints here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/laurasulilly/albums/1768530-darkroom-prints-ii

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  • Prints I made in the darkroom

    shared by laurasulilly on 2011-05-17

    These are scans of various shots I processed and printed in the darkroom on Baryt or PE paper, taken with my Holga, Minolta x-700 and Pentacon Six... If you print 6x6 middle-format on paper, you can easily get a nice Polaroid-like format! You can find more of my prints here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/laurasulilly/albums/1768530-darkroom-prints-ii

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  • Hand-toned with sepia toner.

    shared by laurasulilly on 2011-05-25

    You can find more of my prints here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/laurasulilly/albums/1768530-darkroom-prints-ii

  • What does dreaming look like? Melancholia: Beyond…

    shared by laurasulilly on 2011-05-25

    Dreams exist outside the boundaries of time and space. Past, future, present, that's all of no importance in a dream, they mingle, they intersect...Dreams...Poetry...Melancholia...Enter the realm of dreams every day, in all the small beautiful details life has to offer. You can find more of my prints here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/laurasulilly/albums/1768530-darkroom-prints-ii

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  • Hand-toned with Sepia Toner

    shared by laurasulilly on 2011-05-25

    I should have added a black corner, but well, I'm still a beginner...Didn't manage to set the scanner correctly, so the slight sepia tone looks rather greenish... That's Görlitzer Park, Kreuzberg, Berlin, by the way. You can find more of my prints here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/laurasulilly/albums/1768530-darkroom-prints-ii

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    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-05-21

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    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-05-21

    Por caminos solitarios y tenebrosos siempre esperas por mí para cobijarme y mostrarme la salida.

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  • #13623434

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-06-23

    At the Antique Gas Engine show a few weeks back. I like how I forgot to change the zone setting a few times and got a nice soft blur over the whole scene. Also, the partially closed lens cover gave me quite a nice varied vignetting depending on how open it was. It's subtle on a lot of shots which I really liked. The Ilford is really suited to the LC-W it seems and the more I use this camera the more I love it.

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    shared by reneg88 on 2011-06-24

    This was the first time I tried a Color Negative in this old Yashica, and boy how I loved it... Too bad I had to return it :(

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    shared by reneg88 on 2011-06-24

    This was the first time I tried a Color Negative in this old Yashica, and boy how I loved it... Too bad I had to return it :(

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    shared by reneg88 on 2011-06-24

    This was the first time I tried a Color Negative in this old Yashica, and boy how I loved it... Too bad I had to return it :(

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    shared by reneg88 on 2011-06-24

    This was the first time I tried a Color Negative in this old Yashica, and boy how I loved it... Too bad I had to return it :(

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    shared by reneg88 on 2011-06-24

    This was the first time I tried a Color Negative in this old Yashica, and boy how I loved it... Too bad I had to return it :(

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  • Pinholaroid Colorpack II: When Life Gives You Lemons

    written by dirklancer on 2011-06-23 in #lifestyle
    Pinholaroid Colorpack II: When Life Gives You Lemons

    Is your glass half full or half empty? I carry too many cameras at one time. I don't say this because of some generally accepted number that is "too many". Like anyone can even know that. I say that I carry too many cameras because of the physical limitations of having only 2 arms and 1 back. This situation occasionally leads to an awkward moment, the worst of these being the "drop". That's right, the hair on the back of your neck just stood up...rightly so. No camera-loving fool wants to drop his or her camera. No matter how many he or she has.

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  • WestLich's New Old Polaroid Collection

    written by jennson on 2011-06-21 in #news
    WestLich's New Old Polaroid Collection

    The WestLicht Museum of Photography is preserving and leading the International Polaroid Collections into the future!

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  • Polaroid 250

    shared by itsdebraanne on 2011-01-19

    the colors aren't too bad

  • Instant happyness!!

    shared by itsdebraanne on 2010-10-26

    I love my SX70

  • Instant happyness!!

    shared by itsdebraanne on 2010-10-28

    I love my SX70

  • Instant happyness!!

    shared by itsdebraanne on 2010-10-28

    I love my SX70

  • Instant happyness!!

    shared by itsdebraanne on 2010-10-29

    I love my SX70

  • Burning palms

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-06-15

    My second solargraphy experiment: I left the pinhole camera open for one month (May 15 to June 14) and here are the results. If the camera was shifted a little more to the left, we would've been able to see the streaks of the sun better. Oh well! Next time :D If you haven't seen, here is the link to my first one: http://www.lomography.com/homes/natalieerachel/albums/1709392-solargraphy-i/photos/13316838

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  • Exakta Varex

    written by fish300 on 2011-06-14 in #reviews
    Exakta Varex

    Exakta Varex is a one-lens mirror camera, made by German company Ihagee.

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