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Shooting Annie in clickmax 200. First LomoKino video! tell me what you think

Photographer:
rake
Uploaded:
2011-11-09
Tags:
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16 Comments

  1. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    Love it!

  2. clickiemcpete
    clickiemcpete ·

    Cool!

  3. spacechampion
    spacechampion ·

    Ot's great

  4. neurodiaz
    neurodiaz ·

    Great! :D

  5. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    great idea!

  6. kihru
    kihru ·

    is it normal that the size of the pictures is differently???

  7. crepier
    crepier ·

    AHHHHHHHHHHH I Want it tooooooooooo

  8. aanum
    aanum ·

    that is a really cool movie :)

  9. vanc180sx
    vanc180sx ·

    Nice !

  10. yyyhorn
    yyyhorn ·

    love it!!

  11. marianne_renoir
    marianne_renoir ·

    love this great job!! I was wondering how long it took you to scan in the pics and crop for editing...considering buying but worried about the time it takes to assemble the films

  12. iamdnierod
    iamdnierod ·

    this is your first film? wow. cant wait for the second! :)

  13. meryl
    meryl ·

    great

  14. antoniodezner
    antoniodezner ·

    i've got the same questions as kihru and marianne_renoir... is it normal that the size of the frames change? and how much time does it took you to do all the process in order to digitalize your film (remember it's not a video).. and yes, i really like it too.. great job!

  15. rake
    rake ·

    @antoniodezner @marianne_renoir @kihru The size of the frames shouldn't change that much. I just scanned mine in on a 1-hour scanner, so it cut off about 1/8th of an inch every 2 frames, hence why they change. It doesn't take me that long to do everything. It is just tedious. I 1-hour process my film, have them scan it to a CD (there are 4 lomokino frames PER 4x6 frame) so I make 4 copies of each image then I crop each individual lomokino frame then put them all together in iMovie.

  16. antoniodezner
    antoniodezner ·

    @rake hey! i've seen that.. the scanner cropping some frames... i got my lomokino a few weeks ago, yo can go and check my little lomokino first test if you want :D and about the cropping i've got to say that it's awful that the scanner does that, but you can get rid of that problem if you scan the negatives yourself in a flatbed scanner.. that way there's no cropping! @marianne_renoir @kihru