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Liking photos helps us to present the best ones to you and others. 21 people like this photo. 21 people like this photo: mariskaviska, winterschlaefer, ripsta, aanum, sweetyyydreams, sushi_9009, coca, atria007, neanderthalis, rik041, bloomchen, yokekei, bimahadik, eskimofriend, kathepalacio, gheinz, aton, guitarleo, ecchymoses, wil6ka, and lawypop.
The "Pocken" Film: a real lomographic experience
This expired Agfa CT precisa 200 was given to me by @wil6ka who already knew that this film was infected and had a strange disease: red dots everywhere! (http://www.lomography.com/magazine/reviews/2012/06/28/agfa-ct-precisa-200-a-film-with-the-pox) So I shot it at the Victoria market in Melbourne and we had a great walk with @lonur showing us his city. I finished the roll once arrived in Hobart where we had the chance to meet @stouf. Then, we could process this strange film together, following stouf's magic recipe of "hybrid process" (http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2011/02/01/handmade-hybrid-processing-hpro). Thanks @wil6ka @lonur and @stouf for the collective lomographic experience with this film :)This photo was shot on film. Taken by vicuna with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with Agfa CT Precisa 200 film in Hobart, Australia. These tags describe this photo: expired, h-pro, x-pro, pink, purple, red, infected, pocken, red dots, sick, bacteria, harbor, ships, sea, blue, meeting, walk, city, stouf, willie, wil6ka, kathi, and katoun. Date: 2012-07-22. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album The infected "Pocken" film [Horizon].
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