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  1. marcus_loves_film


    Nice concept with these photos! You probably didn't have to push the film 2 stops cause it looks like the photos were taken in sunny conditions. 100 ISO film in the sprocket rocket works fine in full daylight

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  2. aguillem


    thx @marcus_loves_film. Indeed the sun was shining, I still need to practice to guess the proper EV.

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  3. marcus_loves_film


    @aguillem in full sun exposure are usually between 13-15 EV. With the sprocket rocket's 1/100 shutter you can safely use 100 ISO film at either aperture to get the exposure pretty close. I've used 400 ISO color negative film in full sun before and got over exposed, but useable negatives.

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  4. istionojr


    super cool!

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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: panoramic, panorama, 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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