Tag: kodak ultramax

  • Shooting with Recesky Twin Lens Reflex

    written by miich on 2012-02-07 in #reviews
    Shooting with Recesky Twin Lens Reflex

    Last year I bought a DIY Recesky Twin Lens Reflex kit. It actually took me almost 1 hour to build the camera even though the instructions said that it will only take half an hour. So, I was really excited to try out my new baby. The big question is... DOES IT WORK?

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  • Kodak Ultramax 400: I See Calm with It!

    written by bulletofmine on 2011-06-30 in #reviews
    Kodak Ultramax 400: I See Calm with It!

    Kodak Ultramax 400 got its own style or character. With a cheap negative film where you can get it at any shop easily in the world, you can get a blue tinted photo as you use a tungsten film processing in E6. Sometimes the result is far better, no matter in what condition whether in outdoor or indoor.

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  • Wide Angle Showdown: Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim VS Canon BF-10

    written by detroitlomo on 2012-04-04 in #reviews
    Wide Angle Showdown: Vivitar Ultra Wide and Slim VS Canon BF-10

    In this article, two wide angle beauties go head-to-head to see how they might appeal to us as Lomographers and to see who is the top dog of the wide angle compacts. Flares, colors, and vignettes abound! All this and more, after the jump!

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  • Kodak Ultramax 400

    written by veato on 2011-06-18 in #reviews
    Kodak Ultramax 400

    Seeing Ultramax as something of a consumer grade film I left it alone in favor of rarer and more expensive film to play with. Finding it on sale recently made it too good to pass up on so I picked up a few rolls. Not knowing what to expect tried some out in my Diana Mini and rushed the spent film off to the 1hr lab. This is what I found.

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  • Kodak Ultramax: The Most Pragmatic Film

    written by phoenix1206 on 2011-06-14 in #reviews
    Kodak Ultramax: The Most Pragmatic Film

    It is a film that is cheap and great. Great to use for beginners.

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  • Visiting An Open Air Japan Tourism Fair

    written by uncle_jay on 2012-03-01 in #world #locations
    Visiting An Open Air Japan Tourism Fair

    Japan is one of the countries that I want to visit. However, I don’t think I’ll be able to travel to Japan anytime soon. So the next best thing I can do to discover Japan without leaving my shores is to visit Japan tourism fairs and events such as the Japan National Tourism Organization's outdoor art exhibition at Singapore’s Orchard Road.

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