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  1. jeabzz


    great idea, love the mask!

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  2. jeabzz


    Btw, it's always tricky to get perfect exposure at snow, the snow reflects lot of light so it's difficult not to be overexposed with toy camera as sprocket rocket , Holga or Diana, etc...btw, love your results :D

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  4. alexyz


    i realy love this musk!

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Splitzer, upper shot with a orange ski mask. The mask is done with a sheet of plastic which has relief, that I burnt. The film is 100ISO and the Sprocket Rocket is designed for 400ISO so I asked for an E06 process +2 stops: it came out really over-exposed, I just saved a few pictures at the scan. The photographer told me that the film was probably old (even the theoretically non-exposed parts of the film where exposed)

aguillem This photo was shot on film. Taken by aguillem with a Lomography Sprocket Rocket (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji Provia 100F 35mm film in San Martino di Castrozza, Italy. These tags describe this photo: splitzer, panoramic, panorama, expired, e06, sunglasses, filter, symmetry, upside down, mirror, double-exposure, doubles, double, exposure, multiple, multiple-exposure, frame, mask, plastic, melt, burnt, burn, winter, snowboard, snow, and mountain. Date: 2012-12. This photo can also be found in the album Burn the snow.

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