The accidental exposure of the backing paper can give any photograph a retro feel. But having it in a cool black and white portrait, just like today's winning Photo of the Day by erikagrendel, will indeed make it a surefire hit.
Audiophiles and analogue lovers will surely love this one. Set aside the vinyl record and the awesome Velvet Underground shirt, you can set your eyes on the exposed paper backing of the 120 film used in this photo by erikagrendel. Now is that a lovely analogue accident or what? This photo was taken using a *Lomo Lubitel 166+* loaded with a *Lomography Lady Grey 400 120* film. You can see more photos from erikagrendel in this album.
Congratulations to erikagrendel for winning Photo of the Day!
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Exposing the film sprockets is one of the best ways to add a funky touch to your photos. However, this black and white landscape snapshot by mafiosa proves that these sprockets can give an elegant and classy feel, too!
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The air playfully blowing her red hair, her bright smile, the accidental light leaks - everything in this portrait is just so perfect we have to declare it as our Photo of the Day! Congratulations andrejrusskovskij!