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LOMO LUBITEL 166U - KODAK PORTRA 160VC

LOMO LUBITEL 166U - KODAK PORTRA 160VC

I was studying from 6 a.m. and could follow the first signs of the sun rising somwhere midst chapter. i got a tripod and shot the pictures inbetween 10 minutes. After the last shot the back popped open, partially overexposing the film. I was so lucky that it was still almost dark outside.

maxwellmaxen This photo was shot on film. Taken by maxwellmaxen with a Lomo Lubitel 166U loaded with Kodak Portra 160 Vc film in Zürich, Switzerland. These tags describe this photo: second, roll, lubitel, color, negative, cn, eva, katse, mustache, milkstache, non, shaved, university, terrasse, sun, fall, autumn, winter, november, december, selfportrait, night, long, time, exposure, train, still, live, new, objectivity, neue, sachlichkeit, study, studies, lomowall, sunrise, snapped, open, back, on, 6x6, kodak, portra, and 160vc. Date: 2011-12. Time: Dawn. This photo can also be found in the album milkstached..

2 comments

  1. fartstorm

    fartstorm

    Hate those "popped" moments. It does give a nice ethereal look though.

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  2. imushie

    imushie

    Great shot :) and very underrated

    11 months ago · report as spam

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