1. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·


  2. larslau
    larslau ·


  3. disdis
    disdis ·

    I've never tried that with my Holga.... Too difficult?

  4. myvitaminx
    myvitaminx ·


  5. vtayeh
    vtayeh ·


  6. erichnakasone
    erichnakasone ·


  7. oldskool_rider
    oldskool_rider ·

    did you do this in the way i think you did?...if so, you are a genius!!!!

  8. myvitaminx
    myvitaminx ·


  9. dogma
    dogma ·

    Wow!!! how could i miss this one before? :D it's briliant!

  10. panelomo
    panelomo ·

    great angle.

  11. lakandula
    lakandula ·

    Truly awesome!

  12. adamo-75
    adamo-75 ·

    Wow, I love this shot!

  13. plaidleaf
    plaidleaf ·

    WOW. i'm speechless.

  14. morsini
    morsini ·

    look at the sky!!! its like a dream...

  15. kvaxon
    kvaxon ·

    I think this shoot is good alright and you took it in very good place /under the tower/, but it's a littel bit boring. Everybody took Eiffel tower and i think it's getting to be a boring and uninteresting but i gave you Like for a good shoot and by the way I must say my opinion.

  16. stouf
    stouf ·

    @kvaxon : Your opinion is very welcome and you honesty too ! Thank you for liking this boring shot ! 8D

  17. j_robert
    j_robert ·


  18. ninadae
    ninadae ·

    Best eiffel tower picture ive ever seen :)

  19. ryojin
    ryojin ·

    wooo! cool shot!

  20. ellanubz008
    ellanubz008 ·

    liked :)
    im completely new to lomo, and reaaallly interested. i've seen a couple of things like this, but just wondering, did u just scan your film??? like u know how u get two versions the photographs and the film strips. these r the strips right? do they come in colour when u process them (unlike normal camera rolls that are brown)? hope my questions weren't dumb lol

  21. stouf
    stouf ·

    Thanks for the likes and comments everyone !
    @ellanubz008 : Yes, you can scan any type of film. There are two types of film: positive (slide) or negative (print). Looking at a slide film, you see a normal picture, and looking at a negative film, you see an inversed image. But your scanner can convert a negative image into a positive one... And when you put a 35mm film in a camera designed for medium-format film (120 or 220), the image appears also around the holes (sprockets) of the film, as the camera is designed for bigger film... And here I putted two 35mm films in a medium format camera (Holga). Hope I was clear... Cheers.

  22. alxxlbkk
    alxxlbkk ·

    excelent one

  23. sp1rt
    sp1rt ·


  24. kdstevens
    kdstevens ·

    Another winner! You are unreal! Keep i up! As the Man says: Lomo on!" Ken

  25. -thatsjustgreat-
    -thatsjustgreat- ·

    wow, great shot

  26. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·


    By the way, how did you get two 35mm films into the camera?? I'm trying to wrap my mind around the idea and it's not quite working T_T

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    yapfl ·


  29. hanibale
    hanibale ·

    I'm in love with Paris..

  30. izananizan
    izananizan ·

    its awesome...!!!! how did you get two 35mm films into the camera? and how to scan them?

  31. samiiiii
    samiiiii ·


  32. fram
    fram ·


  33. tatahguimaraes
    tatahguimaraes ·

    (y) awesome!

  34. havise
    havise ·


  35. kitty_catsaori
    kitty_catsaori ·

    Wow! Very nice!! ;)

  36. shea_w
    shea_w ·

    That is one awesome picture! Wicked! :D

  37. cirainy
    cirainy ·


  38. simonesavo
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    jesselau ·


  40. thecuadro
    thecuadro ·


  41. amypond
    amypond ·


  42. ccwu
    ccwu ·


  43. stereograph
    stereograph ·

    i call this a win!