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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 schooner...it 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 Color Negative 400 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) 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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