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Ferry transfer - back from the island of Juist.

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  1. neja

    neja

    Well put! I mean your description of the Tungsten experience. I share it too...

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  2. clickiemcpete

    clickiemcpete

    Spectacular album, wow! It would be interesting to see if you were doing your own scans if you got these kinds of colors though...

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  3. sobetion

    sobetion

    Great color !!

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  4. dreadlockboy

    dreadlockboy

    my lab too...i think the colours depend on the intensity of lights :)

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  5. lighthouseblues

    lighthouseblues

    Wonderful album!

    I do my own scanning, and it is true, there is no profile for it, so I have to tweek it around a bit, but this Lomography x Tungsten is really easy to scan though, but it needs some individual settings to get an even result of the whole film, and I think @dreadlockboy has right, the intensity of light has a big impact to the result!

    Beautiful!

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  6. artichekt

    artichekt

    @neja @clickiemcpete @sobetion @dreadlockboy @lighthouseblues
    Thank you all! It's really a funny experience. I will rescan my Tungsten films by myself when I will have some time - but I'm getting used to this funny results! :-))) Unfortunately the colour flip is not analogue - but I like them anyway! :-D

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  7. jojo8785

    jojo8785

    nice work! Love the tungsten!

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  8. hanibale

    hanibale

    super colours

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  9. arsomilio

    arsomilio

    awesome shot!

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  10. piscina

    piscina

    "they can't influence what the machine is doing" LOL

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Ferry transfer - back from the island of Juist.

One more strange colour experience with the Tungsten! My lab told me that they don't have a profile for scanning a cross processed Tungsten and they can't influence what the machine is doing. I kinda like the result. It's like Russian Roulette with a Velvia, a Sensia and an Astia! :-)

artichekt This photo was shot on film. Taken by artichekt with a Horizon Perfekt loaded with Lomography X Tungsten (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Juist, Germany. These tags describe this photo: juist, island, isola, insel, nordsee, north sea, mare del nord, ferry, boat, fähre, watt, see, meer, sea, wasser, mare, water, acqua, tungsten, and cross. Date: 2012-05-12. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album Juist #5.

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