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  • shared by traaaart on 2011-10-25

    First roll of X Tungsten. Shot mostly at 100 ISO, the doubles were shot at 200 on the first exposure and 100 on the second.

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  • #13606084

    shared by suizidekid on 2011-06-21

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  • #14021449

    shared by suizidekid on 2011-08-13

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  • #14008648

    shared by suizidekid on 2011-08-11

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  • F&N Fun Fest

    shared by shazanasamaluddin on 2011-10-20

    I did multiexposure in this picture. This is the best shot in this film :)

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  • #13852048

    shared by matthewmanstee on 2011-07-22

    The best festival experience I’ve ever had. It a surprise to discover that hot tents melt 120 rolls with some pretty nice results!

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    shared by mango_man16 on 2011-04-18

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  • #14624114

    shared by pussylove on 2011-11-04

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    shared by pussylove on 2011-11-04

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  • #14623907

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2011-11-04

    2 rolls I shot during walks with Jeabzz, cc-in-paris, pussylove, adbigmilk, fabyen, zenline and guiguiste. We had such a great weather this month here in Paris after a crappy summer

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    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2011-11-04

    2 rolls I shot during walks with Jeabzz, cc-in-paris, pussylove, adbigmilk, fabyen, zenline and guiguiste. We had such a great weather this month here in Paris after a crappy summer

  • #14623921

    shared by elvismartinezsmith on 2011-11-04

    2 rolls I shot during walks with Jeabzz, cc-in-paris, pussylove, adbigmilk, fabyen, zenline and guiguiste. We had such a great weather this month here in Paris after a crappy summer

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  • Last days of warm autumn

    shared by 129 on 2011-10-12

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  • Last days of warm autumn

    shared by 129 on 2011-10-12

  • Damn... What a blue !

    shared by sprofishgel on 2011-10-05

    Trying ou this Lomography film. Not quite bad.

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  • Discovering Machu Pichu

    shared by sonnyday on 2011-10-08

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  • Figueira da Foz

    shared by sprofishgel on 2011-09-24

    First time using Fuji Provia 100. I was so ansious that some of my shooting decisions weren´t the best. Still, like the results.

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  • #14404325

    shared by sonnyday on 2011-10-05

  • #14364591

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-09-30

    I was expecting a clearer day so I had loaded my Lubi with some 100ISO film. Instead it turn out to be a rainy day. Still I kept on shooting, when I was almost done with the roll our friend the blonde guy showed up.. so the last pictures of this album have a better exposure. This are all from the beautiful little houses in the islands of Gothenburg, some are kind of creepy..

  • Brighton Pier

    shared by sonnyday on 2011-10-05

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    shared by sonnyday on 2011-10-05

  • #14404780

    shared by chippo on 2011-10-05

    #chippo

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  • #14404768

    shared by chippo on 2011-10-05

    #chippo

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    shared by yuhta on 2011-10-07

  • My sister and niece

    shared by 129 on 2011-10-05

    October 2011

  • End of October

    shared by 129 on 2011-10-30

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  • #14598979

    shared by luchita88 on 2011-11-01

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  • #14541364

    shared by earlybird on 2011-10-24

    shoot the most of this album at iso 25

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  • Holga 135BC

    shared by adzfar on 2011-09-15

    Playing with Fuji Velvia 100F (expired)

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  • LOMO LC-A Refurbished - Kodak Elite Chrome (EB)…

    shared by adzfar on 2011-10-06

    This is now OCTOBER. This is the latest album of mine (October 06 2011). I'm coming back with a lot of LC-A photos :)

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  • Lor.

    shared by maryona on 2011-07-14

    Carrete forzado a 200.

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  • Last days of warm autumn

    shared by 129 on 2011-10-12

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    shared by winsonism on 2011-07-20

  • #14569156

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

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  • #14569360

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

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    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

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  • #14569151

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • Modifying your LC-A+ to Achieve ISO12

    written by renenob on 2011-09-06 in #gear #tipster
    Modifying your LC-A+ to Achieve ISO12

    If you prefer to overexpose your ISO400 redscale film by five full stops in your LC-A+, you would want to override your camera's ISO setting to 12. But how? I have got the tipster for you!

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  • #14366771

    shared by satomi on 2011-09-30

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    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-10-28

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    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-10-28

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    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-10-28

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    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-10-28

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    shared by fivedayforecast on 2011-10-28

  • In the land of Sorolla

    shared by wallywalter on 2011-07-30

    hot, fresh afternoon

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  • #14411803

    shared by ccwu on 2011-10-06

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  • #14489028

    shared by alhths on 2011-10-17

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    shared by alhths on 2011-10-17

  • Umbrella

    shared by phiphu on 2010-06-27

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