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6 comments

  1. neanderthalis

    neanderthalis

    Your skill with this camera has progressed quickly!

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  2. vicuna

    vicuna

    great one!

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  3. adam_g2000

    adam_g2000

    @neanderthalis with the 6x12 mask, composition is a little easier and with all that space a dream! If I had any advice it would be get in close - the lenses are less sharp at infinity and composition more fun close up!

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  4. neanderthalis

    neanderthalis

    I guess the same for composition could almost be said with my Holga 120 WPC at 6x12. I love it! Kind of interesting to deal with so large of a negative. I have thought about framing a 6x12 E-6 neg in clear glass.

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  5. adam_g2000

    adam_g2000

    @neanderthalis that's a great idea, you'd need to watch for newton rings and the negs sticking to the glass but once you've gotten around that it would look great ... I can sense a tipster coming!

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  6. kitija

    kitija

    great!

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Taken by adam_g2000 with a Lomography Belair X 6-12 Globetrotter (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak Ektachrome 100 GX film in Auckland, New Zealand. These tags describe this photo: seaplane, propeller, engine, plane, sky, sunderland, airplane, and aeroplane. Date: 2012-12-09. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album belair grounded.

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