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Trip to the Moon Without Being an Astronaut

With the Lomography make the imagination flies is not a difficult task

Photo by cohetesnaranjas

This time, to try to recognize something is impossible, but we all know that in the lunar orbit nobody knows what we can find.

If you want to travel to unknown places the steps you have to follow are:

1. You should take pictures wherever you want, then this really will not matter.
2. To finish the film and soak it in a glass filled with 96 ° ethyl alcohol and acetone.
3. To let stand it there about 10 minutes, if you want to travel further you will have to leave it there for 30 minutes and if you are of those who are happy traveling not very far with 1 or 2 minutes it will be enough.
4. To dry the reel in a dark room and to put the reel in another clean chassis or in a black container.
5. To take it to the lab and to have patience for the takeoff!

Fasten your seatbelts!

written by cohetesnaranjas and translated by lori_an

7 comments

  1. orangeuke

    orangeuke

    interesting results :)

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  2. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    very good :D

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  3. superlighter

    superlighter

    wow!

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  4. deedeet

    deedeet

    hmm.. okay..i like this one

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  5. natalieerachel

    natalieerachel

    Awesome! I'm assuming that the photos won't come out after this though right?

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  6. cohetesnaranjas

    cohetesnaranjas

    it depends of the time that you leave the film in the liquid! :)

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  7. cohetesnaranjas

    cohetesnaranjas

    http://www.lomograph(…)h-lc-a-plus the photos of the other part of the film! :)

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