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9 comments

  1. bug

    bug

    This is awesome :)

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  2. bendawes

    bendawes

    This is one of the best shots i've seen! nice work

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  3. vjanssen

    Beautiful... But can I ask how you got those leaks, I also have a sprocketrocket, but don't know how to get these. Thanks!
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  4. traaaart

    traaaart

    @vjanssen very simply actually. i noticed as i close the back of the sprocket rocket, if i push the right side in, then push the left side in without holding the right side, the right side pops back open very slightly. basically just barely not having the back of the camera completely shut.

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  5. vjanssen

    @traaaart thanks for your (littel) tipster! I am going to try it in a few days.
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  6. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    AMAZING LEAKS

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  7. carlota_nonnumquam

    carlota_nonnumquam

    Stunning! Great shot and it looks perfect with the light leaks!

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  8. robertoragno

    robertoragno

    amazing!

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  9. eusonfeliz

    eusonfeliz

    wow

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Getting super #dark in the graveyard. Figured out how to get light leaks with the Sprocket Rocket.

traaaart This photo was shot on film. Taken by traaaart with a Lomography Sprocket Rocket (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Agfa Vista 400 film in Greensboro, NC, United States. These tags describe this photo: light leak, leaks, and graveyard. Date: 2012-01-10. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Graveyard Sprockets.

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