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  • «Rain in the Kuznetsky Most street»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-06-22

    Film format: 35mm half frame Camera: Olympus Pen EE-3 (1973) Lens: D.Zuiko 28mm/f3.5 (fixed focus) Film: Konica Centuria 100 (expired 01/2007) Photo taken: 03/06/2017 Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan)

  • Reflections

    shared by mllev on 2017-04-27

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    shared by mcrstar on 2017-06-23

  • SVETITSKHOVELY CAFHEDRAL

    shared by why-yu on 2017-06-23

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    shared by why-yu on 2017-06-23

    deсember 2016 / self developed in Kalogen / 06.2017

  • SVETITSKHOVELY CAFHEDRAL

    shared by why-yu on 2017-06-23

  • the girl with the checkered suitcase (Uganda #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-12

    Honestly I didn't have so many moments just walking around in Uganda. I had a busy schedule and so I embraced the rare moments of originality. Like this one on our last evening, heading to Kampala from Mpigi getting some Rolex snack in the streets. So many interesting faces and the girl with the checkered suitcase

  • the girl with the checkered suitcase (Uganda #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-12

    Honestly I didn't have so many moments just walking around in Uganda. I had a busy schedule and so I embraced the rare moments of originality. Like this one on our last evening, heading to Kampala from Mpigi getting some Rolex snack in the streets. So many interesting faces and the girl with the checkered suitcase

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    shared by mcrstar on 2017-06-13

  • «The Shadow of the Leader of the Red Revolution»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-06-13

    Monument to V.I. Lenin was installed in 1950 in the lively center of Dmitrov, on Sovetskaya Square. Sculpture of V.I.Lenin in Dmitrov became one of the many analogues of the monument of the sculptor N.V. Tomsk, which was originally installed at the entrance to St. Petersburg. Similar monuments can be seen in many Russian cities. Cinema film negative B/W: Svema KN-5D (release date: Jan 1991) Camera: Kodak S1100 XL Photo taken: 21/05/2017 Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Scanned copy of the original negative, without any processing. In the mode «as is»

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  • «The Shadow of the Leader of the Red Revolution»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-06-13

    Monument to V.I. Lenin was installed in 1950 in the lively center of Dmitrov, on Sovetskaya Square. Sculpture of V.I.Lenin in Dmitrov became one of the many analogues of the monument of the sculptor N.V. Tomsk, which was originally installed at the entrance to St. Petersburg. Similar monuments can be seen in many Russian cities. Cinema film negative B/W: Svema KN-5D (release date: Jan 1991) Camera: Kodak S1100 XL Photo taken: 21/05/2017 Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Scanned copy of the original negative, without any processing. In the mode «as is»

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    shared by npkishi on 2017-06-10

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  • The original shots were in 24x36. I tried to…

    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-06-10

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  • The Islands of the Strait of Georgia

    shared by akula on 2017-06-11

    Thrift store plastic camera + a skilled photographer = 3 cool shots

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  • Scenes of rural life

    shared by abbsound on 2017-06-11

    Photo from the series «My Russia» Cinema film negative B/W: Svema KN-5D (release date: Jan 1991) Camera: Kodak S1100 XL Photo taken: 21/05/2017 Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Scanned copy of the original negative, without any processing. In the mode «as is» -- Ochevo - a village in the Dmitrovsky district of the Moscow region, as part of the urban settlement of Dmitrov. (Ochevo was part of the Orujie rural)

  • the girl with the checkered suitcase (Uganda #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-12

    Honestly I didn't have so many moments just walking around in Uganda. I had a busy schedule and so I embraced the rare moments of originality. Like this one on our last evening, heading to Kampala from Mpigi getting some Rolex snack in the streets. So many interesting faces and the girl with the checkered suitcase

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  • the girl with the checkered suitcase (Uganda #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-06-12

    Honestly I didn't have so many moments just walking around in Uganda. I had a busy schedule and so I embraced the rare moments of originality. Like this one on our last evening, heading to Kampala from Mpigi getting some Rolex snack in the streets. So many interesting faces and the girl with the checkered suitcase

  • Southern Death (Philippines #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-29

    First ever experience in Manila was checking out the southern graveyard of Makati, the city quarter I was based at. There are a few peculiar things about this place. There are actually people living and working there as it is so big. But I have heard the northern one, is even more vivid (I saved this for my next trip). As space is limited in Manila there is the custom of putting the urnes or cofffins in long boxes. Basically a family buys the space in square meters and builts every new family member on top of the last one. When we entered the cemetery through a strange gate, two brothers started to acompany us, getting a break on repair works they were supposed to do. I asked a few questions and just observed them in their natural environment. And at one moment they started sitting on some graves. That was the moment I was waiting for and snapped...

  • Southern Death (Philippines #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-29

    First ever experience in Manila was checking out the southern graveyard of Makati, the city quarter I was based at. There are a few peculiar things about this place. There are actually people living and working there as it is so big. But I have heard the northern one, is even more vivid (I saved this for my next trip). As space is limited in Manila there is the custom of putting the urnes or cofffins in long boxes. Basically a family buys the space in square meters and builts every new family member on top of the last one. When we entered the cemetery through a strange gate, two brothers started to acompany us, getting a break on repair works they were supposed to do. I asked a few questions and just observed them in their natural environment. And at one moment they started sitting on some graves. That was the moment I was waiting for and snapped...

  • Southern Death (Philippines #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-29

    First ever experience in Manila was checking out the southern graveyard of Makati, the city quarter I was based at. There are a few peculiar things about this place. There are actually people living and working there as it is so big. But I have heard the northern one, is even more vivid (I saved this for my next trip). As space is limited in Manila there is the custom of putting the urnes or cofffins in long boxes. Basically a family buys the space in square meters and builts every new family member on top of the last one. When we entered the cemetery through a strange gate, two brothers started to acompany us, getting a break on repair works they were supposed to do. I asked a few questions and just observed them in their natural environment. And at one moment they started sitting on some graves. That was the moment I was waiting for and snapped...

  • #21984025

    shared by neanderthalis on 2017-05-29

    It has been awhile since I've used my sprocket rocket and nearly as long since I've shared pictures here.

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-05-29

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-05-29

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  • #21984180

    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-05-29

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-05-29

  • МОНАСТЫРЬ ДЖВАРИ (DZHVARI MONASTERY) ЦЕРКОВЬ СВ.…

    shared by why-yu on 2017-05-30

    Georgian military road

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    shared by why-yu on 2017-05-30

    Georgian military road

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    shared by why-yu on 2017-05-30

    Georgian military road

  • Propaganda Pans (Northkorea #55)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-30

    Visiting the DMZ from the North was exciting and actually more relaxed, then one would assume in the highly militarized zone. I had the most intense chit chat with the soldiers leading us to the 38th parallel north about their lives at the border. We went into the cabin, where the seize fire was signed. This called for panoramic shots. Back in Pyongyang my panoramics became game again in the theatre, where we saw an impressive propaganda musical with songs about the revolution. Panoramic Propaganda.

  • Propaganda Pans (Northkorea #55)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-30

    Visiting the DMZ from the North was exciting and actually more relaxed, then one would assume in the highly militarized zone. I had the most intense chit chat with the soldiers leading us to the 38th parallel north about their lives at the border. We went into the cabin, where the seize fire was signed. This called for panoramic shots. Back in Pyongyang my panoramics became game again in the theatre, where we saw an impressive propaganda musical with songs about the revolution. Panoramic Propaganda.

  • The space in between (Sweden #16)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-31

    While in the North of Sweden there is much to tell, looking aside, afar or higher...

  • Lapislazuli [San Pedro de Atacama, pt. II]

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2017-06-01

    the Chilean Altiplanic experience's logbook: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=3877

  • Lapislazuli [San Pedro de Atacama, pt. II]

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2017-06-01

    the Chilean Altiplanic experience's logbook: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=3877

  • «Immortal Regiment» in Moscow, Russia (2017)

    shared by abbsound on 2017-06-01

    «Immortal Regiment» marches on celebrates 70 years since victory over Nazi Germany in WWII to honor the veterans of the war. Crowds of people carrying photographs of veterans who went through World War II have come to rally across Russia in a symbolic action known as the Immortal Regiment (Bessmertny Polk) march. Photo taken: May 9, 2017 Film: Lucky SHD 100 New Black & White 35mm film Camera: Kodak S1100 XL Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-06-01

    Canon EOS 33 & Petzval 85mm & Kodak Elitechrome EBX 100

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-06-01

    Canon EOS 33 & Petzval 85mm & Kodak Elitechrome EBX 100

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-06-01

    Canon EOS 33 & Petzval 85mm & Kodak Elitechrome EBX 100

  • #21914506

    shared by stratski on 2017-04-25

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    shared by stratski on 2017-04-25

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    shared by stratski on 2017-04-25

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-04-26

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    shared by jean_louis_pujol on 2017-04-26

  • parrilla [mendoza]

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2017-04-28

    the Malbec kingdom logbook: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=3658

  • parrilla [mendoza]

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2017-04-28

    the Malbec kingdom logbook: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=3658

  • parrilla [mendoza]

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2017-04-28

    the Malbec kingdom logbook: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=3658

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-04-26

    LC-A 120 & Kodak Ektachrome 100 Plus

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-04-26

    LC-A 120 & Kodak Ektachrome 100 Plus

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-04-26

    LC-A 120 & Kodak Ektachrome 100 Plus

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-04-27

    Canon 33 & Petzval 85mm & Lomo F²/400

  • «Make Way for Ducklings»

    shared by abbsound on 2017-04-28

    Moscow. Park «Novodevichy ponds». Camera: Kiev-4a + Lens: Jupiter-8M Aperture="5,6" ExposureTime="1/125" Film: Konica Centuria 100 (expired 01/2007) Scanner: Epson Stylus Photo RX500 (+VueScan) Photo taken: 26/04/2017