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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

  • Looking for Jean Vigo

    shared by vicuna on 2015-04-20

    Back in Nice for a Week End, I made again one of my favorite photo walks: following the path of Jean Vigo's masterpiece "A propos de Nice " (1930) to shoot some of the places in the movie: the old city, castle hill, castle hill cemetery and finishing on the famous "Promenade des Anglais". You can have a look at this beautiful short movie here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI Jean Vigo was strongly inspired by Dziga Vertov's masterpiece "Man with a movie camera" (1929) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Ti_8c6qjI). One thing about the link between these 2 movies: Jean Vigo's cameraman, Boris Kaufman, was the brother of Dziga Vertov's cameraman/actor, Mikhail Kaufman... Enjoy the movies and the pictures! :)

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  • Spore x Spore Filmswap with @fidainc

    shared by lzyrich on 2015-05-06

    My filmswap with my Singapore Lomo friend - Fida

  • Spore x Spore Filmswap with @fidainc

    shared by lzyrich on 2015-05-06

    My filmswap with my Singapore Lomo friend - Fida

  • Spore x Spore Filmswap with @fidainc

    shared by lzyrich on 2015-05-06

    My filmswap with my Singapore Lomo friend - Fida

  • Spore x Spore Filmswap with @fidainc

    shared by lzyrich on 2015-05-06

    My filmswap with my Singapore Lomo friend - Fida

  • Spore x Spore Filmswap with @fidainc

    shared by lzyrich on 2015-05-06

    My filmswap with my Singapore Lomo friend - Fida

  • #20565975

    shared by inzoom on 2015-07-10

    lc-a, agfa color 100, expired films, c-41

  • #20562782

    shared by paulatimorii on 2015-07-09

    THIS IS A DOUBLE EXPOSURE SESSION I MADE #photography #doubleexposure #contaxt2 #analogue #35mm

  • #20562781

    shared by paulatimorii on 2015-07-09

    THIS IS A DOUBLE EXPOSURE SESSION I MADE #photography #doubleexposure #contaxt2 #analogue #35mm

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  • #20562780

    shared by paulatimorii on 2015-07-09

    THIS IS A DOUBLE EXPOSURE SESSION I MADE #photography #doubleexposure #contaxt2 #analogue #35mm

  • #20562778

    shared by paulatimorii on 2015-07-09

    THIS IS A DOUBLE EXPOSURE SESSION I MADE #photography #doubleexposure #contaxt2 #analogue #35mm

  • #20562777

    shared by paulatimorii on 2015-07-09

    THIS IS A DOUBLE EXPOSURE SESSION I MADE #photography #doubleexposure #contaxt2 #analogue #35mm

  • #20562779

    shared by paulatimorii on 2015-07-09

    THIS IS A DOUBLE EXPOSURE SESSION I MADE #photography #doubleexposure #contaxt2 #analogue #35mm

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  • winter photo

    shared by ezolotaev on 2015-07-09

    red scale

  • film

    shared by lafilledeer on 2015-07-10

    Marie Rouge

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  • [Explore More 2015] Mediterranean Sea, Day 07:…

    shared by roxyvonschlotterstein on 2015-07-10

    (28/28) My latest travel experience captured on film. All in all I shot 28 film rolls. // Last day in Barcelona. A bit overexposed Turquoise.

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  • [Explore More 2015] Mediterranean Sea, Day 07:…

    shared by roxyvonschlotterstein on 2015-07-10

    (28/28) My latest travel experience captured on film. All in all I shot 28 film rolls. // Last day in Barcelona. A bit overexposed Turquoise.

  • #20543100

    shared by helenka on 2015-06-29

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  • Dancer

    shared by ziggymar on 2015-07-08

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  • #20549714

    shared by liamwartonphoto on 2015-07-02

    #rolleiflex #leicam3 #ishootfilm #filmisnotdead #expiredfilm #portraits #lomo

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  • film

    shared by lafilledeer on 2015-07-09

    Lised d'eau douce

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  • Thinking Out of the Box with the Holga Out of the Box Competition

    written by givesmehell on 2015-05-18 in #world #competitions
    Thinking Out of the Box with the Holga Out of the Box Competition

    One of the best things about film photography, especially with cameras like the Holga and Lomography cameras, is getting creative with it! TCC Photo is hosting a competition to stoke the creativity out of film photographers everywhere and urge participants to think out of the box!

  • Lomography x National Portrait Gallery Rumble

    written by hannah_brown on 2015-07-08 in #people #competitions
    Lomography x National Portrait Gallery Rumble

    Lomography has teamed up with the National Portrait Gallery for a special rumble where you could win tickets to the "Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon" exhibition and a La Sardina Eightball.

  • Show Us Your Best Works and Win the Heart of Collectors

    written by givesmehell on 2015-06-22 in #world #competitions
    Show Us Your Best Works and Win the Heart of Collectors

    We love your photographs so much that we believe that you deserve a chance to have your works displayed to a group of collectors. We believe that all you guys out there are talented individuals, so express your love for photography by sharing your best shots.

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  • LomoMission: Film Noir

    written by Eunice Abique on 2015-05-17 in #world #news #competitions
    LomoMission: Film Noir

    Bring out the hidden film auteur in you and ace this LomoMission for a chance to take home a Fisheye No. 2 and Fisheye Submarine!

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  • #20412306

    shared by mjaa on 2015-04-25

    lomo cine film israel sicily army fun friends cool vintage

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