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    shared by ccwu on 2011-12-10

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    shared by ccwu on 2011-12-10

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    shared by ccwu on 2011-12-10

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  • #14880108

    shared by ccwu on 2011-12-10

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  • #14983409

    shared by ccwu on 2011-12-27

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  • Off to the Mall

    shared by renenob on 2011-12-09

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    shared by anafaro on 2011-12-06

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  • Summer Redscales 2011

    shared by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2011-12-05

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  • Kyoto in autumn

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-12-07

    F8

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  • #14857738

    shared by wapclub on 2011-12-07

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  • #14719943

    shared by kihru on 2011-11-17

    It was so funny, i took a photo and he took another pose, 15 pictures in ca. 5 minutes :)

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    shared by sophiak on 2011-10-13

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  • #12809223

    shared by werriston on 2011-03-17

    100 iso pushed to 200.

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  • hunter_01

    shared by werriston on 2011-03-25

    I haven't been all that jazzed about the green colour cast I get when processing the Lomo slide films as C41, so I decided to try processing this roll as E6, thinking I'd just get regular slides. Surprisingly, it seems that even using E6 is a type of cross processing, just an altogether different one. I really like the red and gold overtones I get when the film is processed this way, so I'm going to develop all my Lomo slide films as E6 from now on.

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  • #14239738

    shared by werriston on 2011-09-13

  • hands

    shared by werriston on 2011-10-11

    First attempt at some double exposures on my Mamiya TLR. Shot with a tripod and cable release on Fuji Velvia 50 iso, with the camera set to 25. Most of the images were overexposed, so I threw away the color channels and scanned the infrared channel instead. Keeping the images black and white was the only way to retain an acceptable level of detail. Fingers crossed for better results next time.

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    shared by werriston on 2009-01-09

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  • latte

    shared by werriston on 2011-03-26

    Rode with my friend Amelia to breakfast and then to a park to shoot off a roll of her in her cute red shoes and polkadot dress.

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  • you_can't_live_without_me

    shared by werriston on 2011-01-29

    Photos taken on Survival Day (AKA Australia Day) in the Treasury Gardens. I didn't have a take-up spool for the Holga, so I used a safety pin and some gaffer tape to create a makeshift one. Amazingly, it wound on for the first few exposures, but soon became too thick and popped the back of the camera off, exposing the film. I really have to stop leaving bits of my Holga behind.

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  • melissa

    shared by werriston on 2010-12-25

    On a break between setups, I quickly stole my onscreen love interest away from the studio, sat her on the steps of her trailer, adjusted my focus, snapped this shot, and wrestled with the ejected photograph to try to keep it from the sunlight which had already killed nearly a whole pack of film. I resisted the impatient urge to check the image, opting instead to leave it face down in the greenroom while we broke for lunch. Upon returning an hour later, I was expecting to find another blown out over-exposed failure, so imagine my joy when I turned this over and saw it for the first time - I think this is one of the best pictures I've ever taken.

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  • #12396990

    shared by werriston on 2011-01-07

    New Year's Eve on and under my friend Tom's roof in Collingwood.

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  • Sisters

    shared by wendyraeann on 2011-07-02

    End of the world party on the dancefloor

  • Dinner

    shared by spacechampion on 2011-04-01

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    shared by dabai on 2011-02-27

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  • Lubitel shots for Singapore Arts Musuem!

    shared by dabai on 2011-11-09

    Singapore Arts Musuem became our backup plan when it rained. There was an exhibition by Hyung Koo Kang called The Burning Gaze and his art pieces were amazing!

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  • #14589100

    shared by dabai on 2011-10-31

    Singapore Arts Musuem became our backup plan when it rained. There was an exhibition by Hyung Koo Kang called The Burning Gaze and his art pieces were amazing!

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  • #14589104

    shared by dabai on 2011-10-31

    Singapore Arts Musuem became our backup plan when it rained. There was an exhibition by Hyung Koo Kang called The Burning Gaze and his art pieces were amazing!

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  • Double Exposure

    shared by derekfm on 2011-12-18

    Luz Train Station / Model: Lucas Nadal

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  • cartwheel

    shared by werriston on 2011-09-13

    I never think of myself as a water person. When people ask "Are you a beach person?" or "Are you a water person?" the more sardonic part of me wants to reply by informing them that the human body is about 60% water, so we are, in fact, all "water people", myself included — we literally cannot exist without it. Usually though, I respond by stating that, although I'm very fond of the ocean, for example, I'm only fond of it in the sense that I like knowing it's nearby. The thought is comforting somehow. But even though I quite like living close enough to the sea to look out at it, or breathe in the salt air, or listen to the waves lap at the shore at nights, I'm not really sure what to do with the ocean. I'm an animal of the inner city. I live amongst the power lines and alleyways and hole-in-the-wall cafes and bars; rooftop gardens and dirty gutters. I like looking for beauty in the decaying concrete jungle, and the only swimming I do seems to be in the mountains of work that pile up around me. Having said that, I'm also a traveler. If not by design then out of necessity. And looking back over my lomographs it's suddenly clear to me how much water I've crossed on my travels, and how much time I've spent on the sandy edges of continents — sipping cocktails while the sun goes down, or marvelling at bikini-clad beauties, or throwing frisbees, or spearing calamari. Once I had to drive speedboats for a children's tv show I was in. I wish I had some pictures of that... So what would I miss the most about water if it was suddenly and inexplicably taken away? That's an easy one: Life. And I don't mean existence — the two are different things. I don't just mean waking up in the morning, opening your eyes and breathing the air into your lungs — I mean living; diving headfirst into a crashing wave at Maroubra, feeling a bite on the end of your fishing line at Cape Leveque, watching the sun rise over Lake Michigan, cartwheeling down Huntington Beach. Water is life.

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  • #11098812

    shared by makny on 2010-03-08

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  • Tokyo Meets Reno

    shared by trw on 2011-11-19

    This is a doubles album vici and I did. You MUST check out her home ( http://www.lomography.com/homes/vici ) because she's one of the best lomographers out there!!! My apologies to those of you who have seen these before in her home, but I thought they came out really well and wanted to see them here too. ;-)

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  • Tokyo Meets Reno

    shared by trw on 2011-11-19

    This is a doubles album vici and I did. You MUST check out her home ( http://www.lomography.com/homes/vici ) because she's one of the best lomographers out there!!! My apologies to those of you who have seen these before in her home, but I thought they came out really well and wanted to see them here too. ;-)

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  • #13196190

    shared by sushi_9009 on 2011-05-01

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    shared by ccwu on 2011-06-01

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  • #14922389

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-17

    Elizabeth Taylor is a league of her own. Her legendary beauty, acting prowess and heart for humanitarian work have made her one among the very few Hollywood stars whom the world will forever remember and revere. Made these triples on her images with vintage telegrams and street vignettes. This album is the first of two.

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  • #14769111

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-23

    Took these shots of the performers of the outreach program for elementary school students of flood-affected communities in Jaen. Doubled my shots with images of Charlie Chaplin from the silent film era.

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  • #14843593

    shared by grazie on 2011-12-05

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    shared by grazie on 2011-12-05

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  • 大和解大合唱

    shared by iambb_ on 2011-08-05

    一路唱到墾丁去吧!!

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  • #14770044

    shared by pussylove on 2011-11-23

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    shared by pussylove on 2011-12-03

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    shared by ccwu on 2011-11-28

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    shared by ccwu on 2011-03-15

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    shared by ccwu on 2011-05-05

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  • #12706682

    shared by ccwu on 2011-02-28

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  • C.C. Wu / 11.20

    shared by ccwu on 2011-11-28

    2011年冬天的首爾之旅。當時我們在梨大看著美麗的楓葉。

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  • #13905240

    shared by ccwu on 2011-07-29

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    shared by ccwu on 2011-08-13

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  • #14137005

    shared by ccwu on 2011-08-30

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