This Quizz was definitely too easy for most of you experts again. Hardly any wrong guess. The reason for the soft golden touch in this picture really is "Lomography Redscale Film":http://www.lomography.com/filmshop/lomography/redscale_negative_100 the picture was taken without flash with softtoned roomlight - but as we did´t explicitly ask for all that information we´re proud to present a good deal of winners once again:
This Quizz was definitely too easy for most of you experts again. Hardly any wrong guess. The reason for the soft golden touch in this picture really is Lomography Redscale Film the picture was taken without flash with softtoned roomlight – but as we did´t explicitly ask for all that information we´re proud to present a good deal of winners once again:
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