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Go Out and Reuse Your Film!

A roll which presented itself totally "used/abused", yet completely satisfied.Take a look!

When I got my film scanned and returned to me, I was totally surprised by the photos! The film was used with three different cameras, the Fisheye 2
, Actionsampler
, and the Supersampler
. Well not all the frames got into the camera fusion, but it wasn’t necessary for all of it to get into the mix. This was a real nice doubles effect.

Some pictures would have a face popping outta nowhere; some came out like a Fish-Sampler! Crazy thing is, the photos have been shot overtime, some being a year old, some being a couple months back, probably because I’ve winded the film back to a look as if it was brand new.

This roll has reminded me of why I love Lomography, the unpredictability of what you’ve taken. It totally gives an element of suspense, surprise and happiness.

Shoot a roll then use it again on a whole different camera, it’ll be mind-blasting! Enjoy!

written by cinzinc


  1. ivoryocean


    I like photo 15!

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  2. adi_totp


    yeaaah triples!

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  3. stouf


    Such a cool mix of cameras !

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  4. cinzinc


    woa! huh? this got re-published? cool! this time it ended up in the tipster, the first time this got published, it went to the blog.hehe
    thanks @LSI!

    @stouf yupyupyup!
    @adi_totp i like the sound of triples.hehe
    @ivoryocean me likey too! =)

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  5. spigedog

    how do i go about doing this?! like when ive taken a roll of film, i just unroll it then put it back into my camera??
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  6. cinzinc


    @spigedog after completing a roll, wind it back in, but make sure you leave some film sticking out. then put it in a whole new camera =) hope you have fun!!!!

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  7. listentigre


    would this work with 120 film?

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  8. cinzinc


    @listentigre definitely! iv done doubles with @ethermoon with 120mm, go check out the album at ethermoons home. but it wasn't a triples, just doubles.hehe

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  9. sharkeyes


    cool ;) this is a great idea !

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  10. planetape2001


    Great idea! Beautiful results....will try!!

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  11. eva_eva


    wow. clever! :)

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