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reneg88 This photo was shot on film. Taken by reneg88 with a Lomo LC-A+ (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Fuji Superia 100 film in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. These tags describe this photo: lc-a, 35mm, lomo lc-a+, puerto rico, light, light painting, long exposure, night, reneg88, and noturno. This photo can also be found in the album Light Painting, Night Time Fun, and Summer Opening [LC-A+].

13 comments

  1. shoujoai

    shoujoai

    haha :D

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  2. minty_

    minty_

    cool!

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  3. qrro

    qrro

    muy buena!, podrias decirme como lo hiciste por favor!?.

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  4. qrro

    qrro

    muy buena!, podrias decirme como lo hiciste por favor!?.

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  5. 5thdimension

    5thdimension

    WOW!!!

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  6. eddie_2k9

    eddie_2k9

    Nice one!= )

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  7. irina

    irina

    me gusta me gusta, yo quiero fotitos asi
    =(

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  8. delaware-fotoguy

    delaware-fotoguy

    Nice

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  9. earlybird

    earlybird

    NICE!!!

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  10. wendypops

    wendypops

    Very cool.

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  11. leahcook

    how do u do this? im new to lomography
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  12. reneg88

    reneg88

    @leahcook well it's rather simple, just set your camera on a tripod in a completely dark room, cover the light meter on your LC-A+, position your subject and have a flashlight ready, press the shutter with a shutter cable release and lock it, then go to your subject turn the flashlight on and trace around him with your flash light, then turn the flash light off and go back and unlock the shutter cable release. =)

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  13. leahcook

    cool thanks !!
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