Tag: holga 120cfn

  • Walking Around in Bandung

    written by adi_totp on 2012-07-13 in #lifestyle
    Walking Around in Bandung

    Bandung is my hometown and the city where I was born. I grew up and got to know Lomography in this city through my best friends. I have so many memories of Bandung, from the bad times through good. Since 2007, I've been documenting the city, so let me show you my personal perspective of the Bandung I've known through the years!

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  • Skating your way through Portland

    written by yankeemiss on 2012-06-21 in #lifestyle
    Skating your way through Portland

    There may not be a bigger place in the skating world than Portland, Oregon. It is the mecca for skaters with many coming from all over the world to skate in one of our many parks. It started with a vision and a lot of hard work under the Burnside Bridge and spread to bowls throughout the inner city and the burbs and recently to the newly opened park in Estacada.

  • City of Chernivtsi

    written by bongofury on 2010-10-19 in #world #locations
    City of  Chernivtsi

    Today the spirit of ancient Chernivtsi, a forgotten European city or “small Vienna” as it is called , is being revived. Chernivtsi is quite a find. The city is situated in the south western part of Ukraine along both banks of the river Prut.

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  • Lomography Redscale XR - Not the Typical Redscale. Better!!!

    written by bccbarbosa on 2010-10-04 in #reviews
    Lomography Redscale XR - Not the Typical Redscale. Better!!!

    The first Redscale film I ever tried never convinced me, in fact I didn't like it. So when I heard the news about the new Lomography Redscale XR film I wasn't that excited. Still, I bought a pack to try to prove myself wrong, ending loving the results and opening the door to a new range of possibilities and a whole lot of fun!!!

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  • Surigao in 3 Days

    written by sgurd4 on 2010-08-28 in #world #locations
    Surigao in 3 Days

    Surigao City, being located in the third island of the Philippines, is one of those provinces that is hardly visited. This is such a shame for there are sights definitely worth seeing. I'm sure I haven't even seen everything yet, but here are some places I've been to that hopefully makes you want to go there as well!

  • A Medium-Format Summer Tag Rumble Winner Announcement

    written by shhquiet on 2010-08-05 in #competitions
    A Medium-Format Summer Tag Rumble Winner Announcement

    Sunny shots get extra-dreamy and exude a lo-fi appeal with the help of medium-format cameras. Try a different vibe and take your Diana F+, Lubitel 166+, or Holga 120 cameras out in the sun. Have a look at our top 5 winning photos for this tag rumble and be inspired!

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  • A Medium-Format Summer Tag Rumble

    written by shhquiet on 2010-06-18 in #competitions
    A Medium-Format Summer Tag Rumble

    Summer memories in squares? Share your sunniest moments taken with any of these medium-format cameras (Diana F+, Holga 120, Lubitel 166+) by tagging your shots with "120", "summer", and "medium format", and you could win Piggies!

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  • Kodak Portra 800 (120, 800 iso) User-Review

    written by nicolas_noir on 2010-03-06 in #reviews
    Kodak Portra 800 (120, 800 iso) User-Review

    Everyone says your Holga loves the sun, but with this 800 iso film, it's time to take it indoors and take some low light lovelies. Love that grain!

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  • Holy Island of Lindisfarne

    written by honeytrees on 2009-08-30 in #world #locations
    Holy Island of Lindisfarne

    Last October while spending time in Glasgow, my family and I took a trip south through Northumberland, England to spend the day in Holy Island. On Holy Island is the small but still beautiful Lindisfarne Castle. It was a gorgeous windy day and we enjoyed our time (tick tock) on the tidal island.

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  • Ancient Ayutthaya

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-21 in #world #locations
    Ancient Ayutthaya

    The morning after a heavy night in Khao San, we decided to hop on the local train, head pumping and all, but with one mission in mind – to go back to the old school: the ancient city of Ayutthaya!

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  • Sunset on Chao Phraya River (Bangkok)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-21 in #world #locations
    Sunset on Chao Phraya River (Bangkok)

    James Bond was in an action-packed boat chase on the Chao Phraya River in “The Man with the Golden Gun” but you can also opt to enjoy a nice sunset along its waters instead.

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  • Hello Bangkok City

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-21 in #world #locations
    Hello Bangkok City

    Bangkok was our first stop in the land of the smiles. It is the main capital of Thailand with Suvarnabhumi airport acting as a hub to hundreds of international destinations. Sawadeeka Thailand!

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  • Phu-Phu-Phuket!

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-20 in #world #locations
    Phu-Phu-Phuket!

    Stay a good week in Phuket and realize that even that is not enough! Explore its countless beaches, go all out in Bangla, meet the Buddha, surf if you are lucky, catch the stunt show, shop til you drop…. And the list goes on.

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  • Sunday at Chatuchak! (Bangkok)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-19 in #world #locations
    Sunday at Chatuchak! (Bangkok)

    Go to Chatuchak and find yourself leaving Thailand with an overweight luggage! Try to stick to inanimate objects so you don’t come home with a cute furry little animal!

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  • The Grandiose Grand Palace (Bangkok)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-19 in #world #locations
    The Grandiose Grand Palace (Bangkok)

    Walk through the halls of the Grand Palace, the former residence of many Thailand royals and the origin of many historical events…

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  • Temple of The Emerald Buddha (Bangkok)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-18 in #world #locations
    Temple of The Emerald Buddha (Bangkok)

    The name says it all. Behold the most revered Buddha in Thailand. It is truly magnificent. He even owns three fly outfits to match the season which was specifically made on the King's request. Too bad he doesn't like having His picture taken, but here's where He lives...

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  • Hit Bottle Beach! (Koh Phangan)

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-17 in #world #locations
    Hit Bottle Beach! (Koh Phangan)

    A weird name for a beach with no association to the object whatsoever! So don't be confused because Bottle Beach is so beautiful, you will be instantly mesmerized! The best thing about being hooked on this Bottle is that you won't feel shitty the morning after. Check it out...

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  • Krazy Kool Koh Phangan!

    written by vstephanie on 2009-03-17 in #world #locations
    Krazy Kool Koh Phangan!

    Besides being famous for it’s monthly out of control Full Moon parties, Koh Phangan itself is a spot in Thailand worth checking out especially if you are the avid sun worshiper like me!

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  • It's hip to be square with the Holga 120 rumble

    written by kazarareta on 2009-02-19 in #competitions
    It's hip to be square with the Holga 120 rumble

    Hit us up with your interpretation of how it's hip to be square with the Holga 120 and you just might stand to win a good chunk of piggies for your lomohome!

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