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first time shooting sprocket rocket

first time shooting sprocket rocket

When I got back my roll of film, I was very disappointed.. All my pictures were underexposed, except for one, which I find really weird..

letsgetfunkyy This photo was shot on film. Taken by letsgetfunkyy with a Lomography Sprocket Rocket (available in our Online Shop) loaded with KODAK TRAIX400 film in Koekelare, Belgium. These tags describe this photo: time, first, and market. This photo can also be found in the album Sprocket Rocket.

1 comment

  1. adash


    Take a black point manually and you'll get rid of that blue tint. I usually define manually the scan dimensions, by giving extra space at the edge for each photo, into the unexposed area between the frames, and then take a manual black point in that area, in order for the scanner software to get over the orange mask. Then crop the extra in a program of your choice and voilà!

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