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  • #15457782

    shared by albeelee on 2012-02-27

    Of couse you knows Grazie :) one of best lomographer on lomography and my sweet friend. everybody love her :) if you not visits her beautiful home yet, click this >> http://www.lomography.com/homes/grazie

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  • #16830638

    shared by suizidekid on 2012-08-21

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  • Parte de la sesion the Cat

    shared by javihacefotos on 2012-07-18

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  • #14831695

    shared by pussylove on 2011-12-03

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  • Evolution

    shared by realrampage on 2011-11-07

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  • #14537460

    shared by chiniasse on 2011-10-24

  • Doubles with myself

    shared by anafaro on 2012-06-01

    Experimenting with doubles.

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  • my regular walk

    shared by neja on 2011-03-11

    I leave house, walk by the river to the Tower bridge and Tower of London, stop at Starbacks for tall Cappuccino take away, walk to Monument, take a picture of Cheese-grater building on the other side of the river, check out House of Fraser, and walk back home.

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  • #11931231

    shared by bravebird on 2010-10-08

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  • #11309072

    shared by chippo on 2010-05-09

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  • #15301439

    shared by fafascinado on 2012-02-06

    This is one on my favorite photos. It was taken in Camden Town (London) when my friends came to visit me. I like it because it was a surprise. I didn't know I had taken a photo of the wall already (it was a mistake probably) but I love the result. My friend Rebeca looks like a graffitty painted in the wall

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  • Looking down the stars of the Monument

    shared by filby on 2010-06-19

    This has become my most liked photo, thanks everyone! I can still remember the moment when I took the photo, leaning the camera on the edge of the rail for stability and hearing the satisfying second click as the shutter closed. I remember wondering if it would turn out, I didn't expect this; These are the moments that make me LOVE film.

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  • #11136297

    shared by sandkorn on 2010-03-20

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  • London doubles

    shared by neja on 2010-10-20

    Saatchi&Saatchi, Portobello, Spitafields market, etc.....

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  • #6150543

    shared by sadmafioso on 2009-11-02

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  • #13447847

    shared by ccwu on 2011-06-01

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  • #16636613

    shared by grazie on 2012-07-27

    where else but at the beach :)

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  • Life in Black & white

    shared by mont0417 on 2012-05-28

    Black and white in my life :)

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  • Shooting for black and white

    shared by slumbrnghok on 2012-05-29

    This one is way better: http://www.lomography.com/homes/slumbrnghok/albums/1849201-batwebs-photography-thing/photos/16173681

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  • Fotoensayo: Luz y Sombra

    shared by dbyremus15 on 2011-12-06

    Photo Essay: Light and Shadow

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  • #14839937

    shared by troch on 2011-12-04

    This album is a bit of an end run around the lomo lab that won't let me upload black and white. I will upload the black and white scans, should I ever be allowed to, but for now, have a look at these.

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  • #14839936

    shared by troch on 2011-12-04

    This album is a bit of an end run around the lomo lab that won't let me upload black and white. I will upload the black and white scans, should I ever be allowed to, but for now, have a look at these.

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  • mis vacaciones!!

    shared by javihacefotos on 2011-09-23

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  • mis vacaciones!!

    shared by javihacefotos on 2011-09-23

  • mis vacaciones!!

    shared by javihacefotos on 2011-09-23

  • mis vacaciones!!

    shared by javihacefotos on 2011-09-23

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  • mis vacaciones!!

    shared by javihacefotos on 2011-09-23

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  • #14841926

    shared by tiano on 2011-12-05

  • cartwheel

    shared by werriston on 2011-09-13

    I never think of myself as a water person. When people ask "Are you a beach person?" or "Are you a water person?" the more sardonic part of me wants to reply by informing them that the human body is about 60% water, so we are, in fact, all "water people", myself included — we literally cannot exist without it. Usually though, I respond by stating that, although I'm very fond of the ocean, for example, I'm only fond of it in the sense that I like knowing it's nearby. The thought is comforting somehow. But even though I quite like living close enough to the sea to look out at it, or breathe in the salt air, or listen to the waves lap at the shore at nights, I'm not really sure what to do with the ocean. I'm an animal of the inner city. I live amongst the power lines and alleyways and hole-in-the-wall cafes and bars; rooftop gardens and dirty gutters. I like looking for beauty in the decaying concrete jungle, and the only swimming I do seems to be in the mountains of work that pile up around me. Having said that, I'm also a traveler. If not by design then out of necessity. And looking back over my lomographs it's suddenly clear to me how much water I've crossed on my travels, and how much time I've spent on the sandy edges of continents — sipping cocktails while the sun goes down, or marvelling at bikini-clad beauties, or throwing frisbees, or spearing calamari. Once I had to drive speedboats for a children's tv show I was in. I wish I had some pictures of that... So what would I miss the most about water if it was suddenly and inexplicably taken away? That's an easy one: Life. And I don't mean existence — the two are different things. I don't just mean waking up in the morning, opening your eyes and breathing the air into your lungs — I mean living; diving headfirst into a crashing wave at Maroubra, feeling a bite on the end of your fishing line at Cape Leveque, watching the sun rise over Lake Michigan, cartwheeling down Huntington Beach. Water is life.

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  • #14588990

    shared by neja on 2011-10-31

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  • #12926891

    shared by freckleface on 2011-03-26

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  • #14669766

    shared by furn7973 on 2011-11-10

  • #14683482

    shared by ladyelayna on 2011-11-12

  • #14714091

    shared by furn7973 on 2011-11-16

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  • 2nd Roll of Kodak Aerochrome

    shared by kamera-man on 2011-12-02

    My favorite image in this roll was an accidental double-exposure. That said, I feel this roll was slightly less successful than the first roll because I overdid it with the reds. The images mostly only have red, white, black, and sometimes a little blue (just 4 colors???). I hope this will be another learning lesson for me and will try to do better on my next roll. Aerochrome is great but it's rare and precious.

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  • 2nd Roll of Kodak Aerochrome

    shared by kamera-man on 2011-12-02

    My favorite image in this roll was an accidental double-exposure. That said, I feel this roll was slightly less successful than the first roll because I overdid it with the reds. The images mostly only have red, white, black, and sometimes a little blue (just 4 colors???). I hope this will be another learning lesson for me and will try to do better on my next roll. Aerochrome is great but it's rare and precious.

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  • #14896799

    shared by digimai on 2011-12-13

  • #15080879

    shared by javihacefotos on 2012-01-09

    Y probando un Aerochrome aqui!

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  • #15080887

    shared by javihacefotos on 2012-01-09

    Y probando un Aerochrome aqui!

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  • #15080891

    shared by javihacefotos on 2012-01-09

    Y probando un Aerochrome aqui!

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  • #15088927

    shared by monamarques on 2012-01-10

  • #15088929

    shared by monamarques on 2012-01-10

  • #15087138

    shared by jpeixoto on 2012-01-10

  • #14854959

    shared by vici on 2011-12-07

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  • #14531972

    shared by flash2424 on 2011-10-23

  • #14531968

    shared by suke on 2011-10-23

  • #14531962

    shared by suke on 2011-10-23

  • #14531964

    shared by suke on 2011-10-23

  • #14531961

    shared by suke on 2011-10-23

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  • #13735871

    shared by menymosca on 2011-07-09