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  • Winter Wonderland

    shared by robertofiuza on 2014-01-10

    I got really lucky with this one. Double exposere, handheld at 1/4 with diy splitzer

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  • #20924398

    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-02

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    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-02

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    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-02

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    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-09

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    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-09

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    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-09

  • #20941295

    shared by jeansman on 2016-01-11

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  • #20947167

    shared by polka- on 2016-01-14

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  • Uncle Haji and Pekan Rabu

    shared by norashraf on 2016-01-01

    Camera : Canon 1000FN with Superia 200 Expired

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  • #20925466

    shared by worldwidewerder on 2016-01-03

    A weeks ago I got a black Canon AE-1 Program. I gave her a cleaning and changed all the sealings. I wanted to test her because the Canon AE-1 Program was the first camera I owned when I was 18. This expired Kodak Gold 200 shows some pictures of Rueggisberg, a cat in my garden and a nice and not very known place of sandstone caves at the Belpberg which is very close to my hometown. I also tested new Canon FD lenses which I git also in December. The Canon FD 100mm 1:2, Canon FD 35-70 1:2.8 and Canon FD 100-300mm for the cat pictures. all lenses performed excellent.

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  • Office View

    shared by bloomchen on 2016-01-02

    this roll of Ektar came from a friend of mine and was badly stored. the results are not that bad and i wonder how bad others rolls must have been stored as the results are really aweful. i know this one was for 19 years in a drawer in a living room.

  • #20924144

    shared by bloomchen on 2016-01-02

    this roll of Ektar came from a friend of mine and was badly stored. the results are not that bad and i wonder how bad others rolls must have been stored as the results are really aweful. i know this one was for 19 years in a drawer in a living room.

  • Mud is all I need!

    shared by bloomchen on 2016-01-02

    this roll of Ektar came from a friend of mine and was badly stored. the results are not that bad and i wonder how bad others rolls must have been stored as the results are really aweful. i know this one was for 19 years in a drawer in a living room.

  • Lomowalk in Adlershof with @primula, @masha_njam…

    shared by bloomchen on 2016-01-02

    this roll of Ektar came from a friend of mine and was badly stored. the results are not that bad and i wonder how bad others rolls must have been stored as the results are really aweful. i know this one was for 19 years in a drawer in a living room.

  • Lomowalk in Adlershof with @primula, @masha_njam…

    shared by bloomchen on 2016-01-02

    this roll of Ektar came from a friend of mine and was badly stored. the results are not that bad and i wonder how bad others rolls must have been stored as the results are really aweful. i know this one was for 19 years in a drawer in a living room.

  • #20924267

    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-02

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    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-02

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    shared by dorinedamofli on 2016-01-02

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  • #20963898

    shared by vicuna on 2016-01-21

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  • #20942677

    shared by oleman on 2016-01-12

    Söderfjärden is a plain in Ostrobothnia, western Finland, just 10 kilometres south of the town of Vaasa. The plain is located in an impact crater at least some 640 million years old. The crater has a diameter of 6.6 km and a maximum depth of 300 metres. It is filled with Cambrian sandstones leaving only the outer rim visible. (Wikipedia)

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  • #20940769

    shared by edwinchau on 2016-01-11

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  • Dallas R2

    shared by alienmeatsack on 2016-01-19

    Roll 2 of a cold walk in #downtown #Dallas #Texas with my good friend @forceusr this past weekend.

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  • #20929014

    shared by oleman on 2016-01-05

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  • Selina

    shared by madlen79 on 2016-01-04

    #shooting #studio #portrait #professionalwork

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  • Sunrise at Parque das Nações

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-01-20

    #xpro

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  • #20942679

    shared by oleman on 2016-01-12

    Söderfjärden is a plain in Ostrobothnia, western Finland, just 10 kilometres south of the town of Vaasa. The plain is located in an impact crater at least some 640 million years old. The crater has a diameter of 6.6 km and a maximum depth of 300 metres. It is filled with Cambrian sandstones leaving only the outer rim visible. (Wikipedia)

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  • little people

    shared by kleeblatt on 2016-01-11

    #little #people #M&Ms

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  • Foggy

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-01-12

    #XPro

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  • #20940476

    shared by troch on 2016-01-11

    These started out as Holga 120N negatives. I made careful, well exposed darkroom prints to size, scanned the prints, reversed them to create a negative image and then printed them on transparency film with and inkjet printer. They were then contact printed on cyanotype sensitized watercolor paper.

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  • Winterbreak

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-27

    In the German Bundesliga, the teams make a winterbreak. Sometimes a month, sometimes more. I have been in the Olympiastadion of Berlin a few matches before christmas and witnessed why that is: it snowed heavily. The referees then take an orange ball, so you can see it on the white turf. Ah by the way, my team one in this majestic stadium, iluminated on a winterday...

  • Winterbreak

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-27

    In the German Bundesliga, the teams make a winterbreak. Sometimes a month, sometimes more. I have been in the Olympiastadion of Berlin a few matches before christmas and witnessed why that is: it snowed heavily. The referees then take an orange ball, so you can see it on the white turf. Ah by the way, my team one in this majestic stadium, iluminated on a winterday...

  • Science (Svalbard #10)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-26

    What is a scientific station without measuring machines, sondes, radios and all the shazam? Right, nothing! Every morning the station engineers start a radio sonde in Ny Ålesund, to measure all our weather forcasts. Sometimes there are special sondes, like for ozone or some to detect the moisture in the stratosphere. The big badass machine is to set up the ozon sonde. And during the winter the balloon will be soaked into oil, so it doesn't burst prematurely on its flight into the atmosphere...

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  • Winterbreak

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-27

    In the German Bundesliga, the teams make a winterbreak. Sometimes a month, sometimes more. I have been in the Olympiastadion of Berlin a few matches before christmas and witnessed why that is: it snowed heavily. The referees then take an orange ball, so you can see it on the white turf. Ah by the way, my team one in this majestic stadium, iluminated on a winterday...

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • #20978479

    shared by troch on 2016-01-29

    Sprocket Rocket doubles with the incredibly talented Lorraine Healy. If you've never visited her home, you really must: http://www.lomography.com/homes/lorrainehealy. I can hardly wait to see the next roll!

  • the fog

    shared by devildi on 2016-01-24

    fog 01/2016

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    shared by cryboy on 2016-01-24

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    shared by cryboy on 2016-01-24

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    shared by cryboy on 2016-01-24

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