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  1. maximum_b



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  2. noe_arteaga


    This is too cool! I've done something like this with my Diana, but HOW did you do this with an LC-A?!?!

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  3. azikad


    there's no mx on the old lc-a, so i just tried pressing the button on the bottom (the one you use to rewind film) while winding to the next frame. actually i didn't even expect something like this to come out, that was my first lc-a roll haha :D

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  4. lihooi


    so pretty!! :)

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  5. sobetion


    Wowww!! cool!!!

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  6. titaniummike


    very cool :)

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This photo was shot on film. Taken by azikad with a Lomo LC-A loaded with Kodak E100VS film in Moscow, Russian Federation. These tags describe this photo: diyscanner, xpro, slide, kodak, iso100, e100vs, lc-a, khan, jenya, flash, red, yellow, blue, doubles, multiexposure, and rainbow. Date: 2010. This photo can also be found in the album My first xpro film ever.

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