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if you check or checked my lubitel nightshots albums lately you may notice…

if you check or checked my lubitel nightshots albums lately you may notice…

… the difference in sharpness and therefore the lights on the lubitel are more clear while they become blurry with the Holga. i have to ask @hodachrome how he got them more sharp and clear. i mean i used a tripod. what i did not use this time was my DIY-release-fixation. but i can´t imagine that this is the reason.

bloomchen This photo was shot on film. Taken by bloomchen with a Holga 120 CFN (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Rollei Crossbird 120 film in Berlin, Germany. These tags describe this photo: holga, red, station, tower, turm, freeway, highway, s-bahn, traintracks, train, autobahn, splitzer, splitz, double exposure, double, siegessäule, goldelse, lighttracks, lightbeams, lights, light, licht, lichter, langzeitbelichtung, longexposure, rollei crossbird, crossbird, rollei, exposure, longtimeexposure, nachtaufnahme, nighshot, bloomchen, and berlin. Date: 2013-03. Time: Night. This photo can also be found in the album holga nightshot & lightbeam session.

5 comments

  1. istionojr

    istionojr

    favourite!

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  2. istionojr

    istionojr

    did you take this session with a LC-A+ too?

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  3. bloomchen

    bloomchen

    @istionojr nope! currently i don´t have a working LC-A cam. both of my old LC-As i bought back in the 90s got broken within a week a few months ago. so i´m now saving piggies to get a LC-A+ which unfortunately doesn´t have the 25 and 50 ISO setting.

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  4. gauthierdumonde

    gauthierdumonde

    Blazing !!

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  5. adash

    adash

    Great!

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