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  • #13060823

    shared by ccwu on 2011-04-14

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  • #13943993

    shared by ccwu on 2011-08-03

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  • #12799239

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2011-03-15

    Read this blog entry for details on the 3rd Elvis Martinez challenge: http://www.lomography.com/homes/elvismartinezsmith/blog/9085-elvis-martinez-challenges-you-n3

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  • #12990582

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2011-04-04

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  • #12816684

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2011-03-18

    100 iso expired film pushed at 400 iso. I was going to visit the Rodin museum in Paris.. and fell on the Dior defilé during the fashion week... I took very few pics (there were so many photographers..) but it really is another world with all those fashion freaks hahaha...

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  • Pirates of the Caribbean

    shared by tamsoam on 2011-09-16

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  • 500 days of summer

    shared by tamsoam on 2011-09-16

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  • charming boring poor country

    shared by tamsoam on 2011-11-30

    My first elite chrome that i crossed with C41. Nice. But still learning how to scann it, cause I discovered that with cross processed films, you can scann it in monochrome or colorz and find new colorz... Strange and passionating, and confusing. If an expert could give me some lights about scanning rules. He's welcome! Thanks for liking !

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  • #10966084

    shared by jeabzz on 2010-01-19

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  • burning piano

    shared by tamsoam on 2011-09-26

    on my way there was a dead piano in the street...

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  • Beijing with the Breakfast Boys

    shared by krysoberyl on 2011-11-24

    The Boyfriend spent a year in Beijing learning Chinese, along with the rest of our little breakfast bunch. These were taken last summer, when I fiddled with long exposures for the first time!

  • #14775527

    shared by diwen on 2011-11-24

  • #14589124

    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!

  • Weird Science

    shared by jdomine on 2011-11-20

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  • #12230459

    shared by diwen on 2010-12-05

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    shared by diwen on 2010-08-29

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  • #14741168

    shared by diwen on 2011-11-20

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  • #13191977

    shared by diwen on 2011-04-30

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  • #14762431

    shared by boobert on 2011-11-23

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  • #12739895

    shared by diwen on 2011-03-05

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  • #14775614

    shared by diwen on 2011-11-24

  • Postal Heritage Tour

    shared by renenob on 2011-11-24

    Free tour around Intramuros, Central Post Office, and Metropolitan Theater, by the Stamp Collector Club

  • #14443151

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-11

    During my sister's family visit to the house, I asked my niece Ayana whose real name is Katrina Ayana to pose for my camera. Not the usual portraits I took of her in the past. Well, I just took pictures of her feet sporting that cute pink nail polish some of which have already faded in color. Asked her to wear different sets of footwear found around the house - even if size bigger than hers. She was happy to oblige as the other members of the family looked in amazement at such crazy idea. Doubled my shots with the image of a sexy star in Philippine showbiz who happens to have the same name (or screen name), Katrina. I love how these two sets of disconnected images fused together. Talk about sexy feet! LOL

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  • #14748632

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-21

    The tipster section of the lomography magazine is something that always interests me - specially reading about crazy experiments with films. The dishwasher experiment by the lab rats at the lomo headquarter resulted in awesome shots that really made me say Wow! I also thought I should give it a try. During breaks between outreach performances to flood-affected communities, I had the time to make my crazy attempt. But the problem was I don't have a dishwasher at home. While I immediately thought the washing machine may be a good substitute, I was a bit concerned about the water temperature and the cycle time. Undaunted with my limitations, I opted to approximate the same effect by simply boiling my films and giving them a cold bath and drying afterwards as the tipster suggested. The results on the doubles I did on vintage portraits and images of paintings by renowned graffiti artist Basquiat I must say are very encouraging. This is the first of two albums.

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  • #14703153

    shared by cohetesnaranjas on 2011-11-15

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  • #367923

    shared by abcdefuck on 2009-05-13

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  • #14741783

    shared by suizidekid on 2011-11-20

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  • #14741780

    shared by suizidekid on 2011-11-20

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  • #14734100

    shared by diegoosullivan on 2011-11-19

    hace casi medio año que me mudé desde Barcelona a Madrid, pero aún así me sigue soprendiendo la vitalidad , la energia , y los magnificos colores y rincones ocultos que esta ciudad tieney que sigo descubriendo día a día!

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  • #14734103

    shared by diegoosullivan on 2011-11-19

    hace casi medio año que me mudé desde Barcelona a Madrid, pero aún así me sigue soprendiendo la vitalidad , la energia , y los magnificos colores y rincones ocultos que esta ciudad tieney que sigo descubriendo día a día!

  • #14679765

    shared by grazie on 2011-11-12

    ...coz it didn't make it into the fisheye double shots with suizidekid :D http://www.lomography.com/homes/suizidekid ...thus we decided not to include them... ...and now have their own album...... ...vanity on a Saturday morning :)

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  • #14605019

    shared by grazie on 2011-11-02

    For elvismartinezsmith challenge #3 http://www.lomography.com/homes/elvismartinezsmith/blog/9085-elvis-martinez-challenges-you-n3

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  • #14693936

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-14

    Vision is so powerful to influence our decisions about our lives. Its clarity may lead us to sound judgment of our volition and action. But vision may falter when we fail to check it from time to time. Always have a vision check and see what lens you should use to see the world in better perspective(s). These shots are experimental play on texts and images - fusing together quotes about vision with images I took during a recent cultural outreach to flood survivors in Calumpit - with the hope of creating bite-size inspirational messages.

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  • #14693925

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-14

    Vision is so powerful to influence our decisions about our lives. Its clarity may lead us to sound judgment of our volition and action. But vision may falter when we fail to check it from time to time. Always have a vision check and see what lens you should use to see the world in better perspective(s). These shots are experimental play on texts and images - fusing together quotes about vision with images I took during a recent cultural outreach to flood survivors in Calumpit - with the hope of creating bite-size inspirational messages.

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  • #14706011

    shared by daforl on 2011-11-15

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    shared by suizidekid on 2011-11-15

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    shared by suizidekid on 2011-11-15

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  • #14170774

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-09-04

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  • #12631011

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-02-15

    Shots from an okay day at school finished with a lovely night with mah gurl.

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  • #14558665

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-10-26

    Geltona and I met one year ago that day. It was beautiful

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  • Charlie Chaplin

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2010-11-08

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  • #11543004

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2010-07-09

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  • #12541345

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-02-01

    We don't normally take these kinds of photos, but for the sake of a rumble...

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  • #14700390

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-11-14

  • Happy Vane

    shared by nacarilegea on 2010-09-20

  • #14299164

    shared by lakandula on 2011-09-21

    A week before typhoon Pedring ravaged many areas in the island of Luzon, I had the chance to visit the Baywalk. I was interested to lomograph the spectacular sunset but made room for some shots of the people who frequently visited the 2-km long strip next to Manila Bay. During Pedring's fury, waves taller than the coconut trees caused much destruction in that area. Hope it will be restored soon and the habitues will still continue to go there.

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  • #14299137

    shared by lakandula on 2011-09-21

    A week before typhoon Pedring ravaged many areas in the island of Luzon, I had the chance to visit the Baywalk. I was interested to lomograph the spectacular sunset but made room for some shots of the people who frequently visited the 2-km long strip next to Manila Bay. During Pedring's fury, waves taller than the coconut trees caused much destruction in that area. Hope it will be restored soon and the habitues will still continue to go there.

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  • Galiciaaaaaaaaa

    shared by wallywalter on 2011-10-04

    My Argus C3 after a god cleaning... I love it!

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  • Galiciaaaaaaaaa

    shared by wallywalter on 2011-10-04

  • In the land of Sorolla

    shared by wallywalter on 2011-07-30

    hot, fresh afternoon