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When oh when will I EVER learn? It was so bright out there yesterday but I wasn't thinking clearly. I loaded 400 into the LC-Wide and it just couldn't handle it so these were way overexposed and a pain to scan. Oh well, next time I'm on the open water in bright full sunshine I will make sure I have some lower ISO film and perhaps something with a high shutter speed or better aperture control. Still, you get some of the flavor of sailing on an old fashioned was lovely and my first experience on a large sailing ship.

clickiemcpete This photo was shot on film. Taken by clickiemcpete with a Lomo LC-Wide (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography 400 (35mm) film in New London, CT, United States. This photo can also be found in the album LC-W: Square Sailing.


  1. vici



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  2. vtayeh


    Wonderful! I think I'll try the square on the LC-W too :)

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  3. clickiemcpete


    Thanks! @vtayeh, yes, the square is really nice for a change. :)

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  4. grazie


    hehe cool

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  5. artichekt


    Great photos! I'm getting jealous! I would love to sail a schooner like this one day! :-)
    For sailing photos I can highly recommend the x-processed Lomo x-pro 200 (golden colours) and a super high contrast b/w film like the Adox CHS 50 - you have already seen my sailing-photos ;-)
    Can't wait to see more photos of your pirate-trip! ;-)

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  6. megsshelly


    haha, great:)

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  7. lpastern



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  8. gibb9


    Great double exposure

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  9. jackpumpkinhead


    Eye, Eye, Captain! ;-)

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