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Ronneby Brunspark.

Ronneby Brunspark.

This film is a prime example of exactly why I love using film, and especially expired film, because you might just get something really unexpected, like this. at first I thought I had a redscale film when I processed it, but it turned out to be one my expired films instead. Oddly, it has lost all sensitivity to the blue colour spectrum, and has little green, mostly reds oranges and yellows. Not everyones cup of tea, but I love it :D

asharnanae This photo was shot on film. Taken by asharnanae with a Lomography Diana F+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji Provia 400X (Expired) film in Ronneby, Sweden. These tags describe this photo: pelvicfins, park, brunspark, expired, xpro, x-pro, holiday, trip, and colour-shift. Date: 2012-08-07. Time: Noon. This photo can also be found in the album Ronneby Brunspark..


  1. ediblestrange


    This looks like a fun reading lamp :)

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  2. asharnanae


    The decor of the cafe this photo was taken at was all done by a local design/retail company, and all the lighting was a fantastically eclectic mix of industrial, traditional and retro.

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