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  • First Light Paintings @ ck_berlin workshop…

    shared by zonderbar on 2013-01-24

    I'm really satisfied with the result and can say that ck_berlin was a brilliant mentor. Unfortunately the 35mm adaptor was still in the Lubitel and I didn't know that. Now my whole film is scratched through this. Kind of sad but I see it as part of my experimental light paintings :D.

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  • First Light Paintings @ ck_berlin workshop…

    shared by zonderbar on 2013-01-24

    I'm really satisfied with the result and can say that ck_berlin was a brilliant mentor. Unfortunately the 35mm adaptor was still in the Lubitel and I didn't know that. Now my whole film is scratched through this. Kind of sad but I see it as part of my experimental light paintings :D.

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    shared by megustastu on 2013-01-25

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    shared by oleman on 2013-01-24

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    shared by ccwu on 2013-01-24

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  • camping in the city

    shared by bloomchen on 2013-01-23

    this one turned out good. fokus is good and sharp. but now look on the next pic. this is my belair #2 - i send the first one back - and this time i tried to consequently expose the 200 ISO roll at 100 and due to that some pics are overexposed. so my fault and it seems that the lightmeter is reliable then. but i will know more after my 2nd roll which i will expose with the right ISO setting. but obviously sometimes the fokus just ain´t right and with endless setting this is really very strange.

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  • #17781857

    shared by olga_primavera on 2013-01-22

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  • Random x-pro shots last december

    shared by walasiteodito on 2013-01-22

    trying out the lomography x-pro 200 in my slr. A really grainy film.

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  • LC-Wide Lomowalk 10/12/2012

    shared by sobetion on 2012-12-10

    Lomowalk with my best friends ♥

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    shared by kiri-girl on 2012-12-07

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  • #17551414

    shared by nostalgina on 2012-12-08

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  • #17362107

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-11-06

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  • #14741180

    shared by bravebird on 2011-11-20

    Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park in East Java

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  • My first Provia

    shared by jennson on 2011-09-05

    ..i really like that color! I used a pol-filter.. it produces a very dark sky.. selfdeveloped with tetanal kit, pushed 2 steps

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  • #15657604

    shared by jennson on 2012-03-25

    some lubis on a windy day

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  • #13260153

    shared by maximum_b on 2011-05-09

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  • My LC-A+ Rebirth!!

    shared by sobetion on 2012-06-03

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  • Gay Parade 2012

    shared by peropero on 2012-07-31

    Those were taken with 2 different cameras. Light was weird. Elitechrome 200 is a gorgeous film while Provia keeps disappointing me.

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  • Seoul Nite from My town

    shared by mingkie on 2013-01-11

    One of Scenic attractions of Seoul is near from my home (about 10 minutes on foot), so I went up (a little bit high) and took picture of dusk and night view. I will go there very often as long as I live in this town and It gets warmer than now..kk- Hope you enjoy beautiful Seoul Nite:-)

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  • exchange :D

    shared by gotoarizona on 2013-01-22

    07.01.13 - 08.01.13

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  • exchange :D

    shared by gotoarizona on 2013-01-22

    07.01.13 - 08.01.13

  • exchange :D

    shared by gotoarizona on 2013-01-22

    07.01.13 - 08.01.13

  • exchange :D

    shared by gotoarizona on 2013-01-22

    07.01.13 - 08.01.13

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    shared by weidong on 2013-01-23

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    shared by weidong on 2013-01-23

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    shared by weidong on 2013-01-23

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    shared by weidong on 2013-01-23

  • Ziggy trying to hide himself

    shared by weidong on 2013-01-23

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    shared by weidong on 2013-01-23

  • Saved by the...... just saved somehow

    shared by chilledvondub on 2013-01-18

    Well i got bored the other night decided to make roll of redscale film using the old flip cut a stick technique. I had several problems with this roll and im very suprised i got the results i did. Firstly the film expired in 2002 and alot of the film was rotten so much so there was a portion of film where the sprockets had perished which brought me to my second problem, which was that i couldn't load the film on the reel as it kept getting wedged when it reached the perished part of the film. Then finally as there was no reel in my tank i couldn't guarantee it was light tight either! Shooting was an issue too as i rated the film at 50ASA and i don't think England has ever been bright enough to allow you to shoot pictures at hand held speeds! Therefore i mainly just kept the camera set to f/2.8 - 1/60 :D

  • Saved by the...... just saved somehow

    shared by chilledvondub on 2013-01-18

    Well i got bored the other night decided to make roll of redscale film using the old flip cut a stick technique. I had several problems with this roll and im very suprised i got the results i did. Firstly the film expired in 2002 and alot of the film was rotten so much so there was a portion of film where the sprockets had perished which brought me to my second problem, which was that i couldn't load the film on the reel as it kept getting wedged when it reached the perished part of the film. Then finally as there was no reel in my tank i couldn't guarantee it was light tight either! Shooting was an issue too as i rated the film at 50ASA and i don't think England has ever been bright enough to allow you to shoot pictures at hand held speeds! Therefore i mainly just kept the camera set to f/2.8 - 1/60 :D

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  • Saved by the...... just saved somehow

    shared by chilledvondub on 2013-01-18

    Well i got bored the other night decided to make roll of redscale film using the old flip cut a stick technique. I had several problems with this roll and im very suprised i got the results i did. Firstly the film expired in 2002 and alot of the film was rotten so much so there was a portion of film where the sprockets had perished which brought me to my second problem, which was that i couldn't load the film on the reel as it kept getting wedged when it reached the perished part of the film. Then finally as there was no reel in my tank i couldn't guarantee it was light tight either! Shooting was an issue too as i rated the film at 50ASA and i don't think England has ever been bright enough to allow you to shoot pictures at hand held speeds! Therefore i mainly just kept the camera set to f/2.8 - 1/60 :D

  • Saved by the...... just saved somehow

    shared by chilledvondub on 2013-01-18

    Well i got bored the other night decided to make roll of redscale film using the old flip cut a stick technique. I had several problems with this roll and im very suprised i got the results i did. Firstly the film expired in 2002 and alot of the film was rotten so much so there was a portion of film where the sprockets had perished which brought me to my second problem, which was that i couldn't load the film on the reel as it kept getting wedged when it reached the perished part of the film. Then finally as there was no reel in my tank i couldn't guarantee it was light tight either! Shooting was an issue too as i rated the film at 50ASA and i don't think England has ever been bright enough to allow you to shoot pictures at hand held speeds! Therefore i mainly just kept the camera set to f/2.8 - 1/60 :D

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  • Saved by the...... just saved somehow

    shared by chilledvondub on 2013-01-18

    Well i got bored the other night decided to make roll of redscale film using the old flip cut a stick technique. I had several problems with this roll and im very suprised i got the results i did. Firstly the film expired in 2002 and alot of the film was rotten so much so there was a portion of film where the sprockets had perished which brought me to my second problem, which was that i couldn't load the film on the reel as it kept getting wedged when it reached the perished part of the film. Then finally as there was no reel in my tank i couldn't guarantee it was light tight either! Shooting was an issue too as i rated the film at 50ASA and i don't think England has ever been bright enough to allow you to shoot pictures at hand held speeds! Therefore i mainly just kept the camera set to f/2.8 - 1/60 :D

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  • #17758377

    shared by kangiha on 2013-01-18

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  • #17758373

    shared by kangiha on 2013-01-18

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    shared by kangiha on 2013-01-18

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    shared by kangiha on 2013-01-18

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  • Ian Ruther Converts a Holga into a Wet Plate Camera

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-12-19 #news #videos
    Ian Ruther Converts a Holga into a Wet Plate Camera

    Ian Ruhter, Wet Plate photographer and "Alchemist", has done it again! This time, it's not huge metal sheets he's working with in his camera truck but the much lighter Holga camera! After the jump check out this latest feat in his Silver & Light project.

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  • Zomer in de stad.

    shared by flodego on 2012-08-30

    Totaal andere wereld achter de drukke straten waar de toeristen dolen.

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    shared by jules_fxxk on 2013-01-03

  • Trip to Lisboa

    shared by grinningcat on 2012-09-04

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  • Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana

    shared by nicx on 2011-03-17

    Walking around, eating popcorn, adventuring

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  • Lambasi Bay

    shared by nicx on 2011-01-13

    The most beautiful place in the Transkei

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  • Light Graffiti

    shared by nicx on 2010-12-07

    Running around the garden with a flash and 50 lights

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  • Lambasi Bay

    shared by nicx on 2011-01-13

    The most beautiful place in the Transkei( the southern coast of africa) Pretty sure i had the first lomo camera here! latitude -31.397732 longitude 29.88264

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  • #17709965

    shared by iambb_ on 2013-01-10