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  • #11385354

    shared by mr_sid on 2010-05-30

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  • Red to burn

    shared by orangebird on 2008-09-19

    LomoHome Of The Day November 2, 2019 Thank you!! http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2011/04/22/sweet-love-for-planet-earth-or-a-selection-of-great-nature-photos http://www.lomography.com/magazine/events/2011/09/26/workshop-basics-with-the-diana-f-plus http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2012/04/22/go-green-this-earth-day-2012 http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2012/09/30/love-those-autumn-hues http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2012/10/21/der-herbst-in-der-lomographie http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2012/11/07/lomography-coms-best-community-photos-of-all-time-part-1 http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2012/11/08/lomography-coms-best-community-photos-of-all-time-part-2 http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2013/09/22/until-the-leaves-turn-dry http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2013/09/23/autumn-scenery-taken-using-the-lomo-lc-a http://www.lomography.es/magazine/locations/2014/04/15/este-ao-nos-gustara-ir-a-japn http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2014/06/06/lc-a-turns-thirty-most-popular-lc-a-photos http://www.lomography.jp/magazine/309709-lomographs-taken-in-japan https://www.lomography.com/magazine/327536-the-undeniable-charm-of-the-diana-cameras https://www.lomography.com/magazine/332587-pictures-that-shaped-lomography-2006

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  • Coconut Bunny

    shared by lazara on 2009-08-07

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  • #6114371

    shared by fuzztone04 on 2009-10-14

  • Vredeborch Felica

    written by abcdefuck on 2012-01-04 #gear
    Vredeborch Felica

    The Vredeborch Felica is a beautiful medium-format compact camera designed in the 1950s. It looks very chic and resembles the design of other classic cameras like the Diana.

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  • Central Camera Company, Chicago

    written by dirklancer on 2010-05-29 #places
    Central Camera Company, Chicago

    In the shadow of the L train on South Wabash Avenue in the famous "Loop" stands an old school camera shop that has been there since 1899.

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  • #240054

    shared by alexandrak on 2009-03-03

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    shared by alexandrak on 2009-03-03

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    shared by xbalboax on 2011-02-13

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    shared by anarchy on 2010-04-08

  • Radio City Music Hall

    shared by bear_feet on 2010-12-02

    In 1998, getting ready for the Emmys. I used a no-name Panoramic camera. If I have to delete this entry, please let me know.

  • Editorialisation on the Danger of Butt Photos…

    shared by herbert-4 on 2009-12-01

    Rollei 3.5f and the Danger of Butt Photos... Here is a photo of the Rollei 3.5f, the first camera I bought with my own money. I bought this at a garage sale for $25 in 1963 with Christmas and birthday money, when I was 13. My father used it occasionally, but my stepmother never noticed it. Anyway, I took it to my cousin Debbie's birthday beach party at Zuma, that spring, and it got several of us in trouble. Debbie had just turned 13 and looked like a dirty yellow mop, turned shag end up, with 2 large blue buttons and 2 fairy cakes with pink frosting in the appropriate places in a red and white 1 piece with ruffles on chest and butt and about 4' 6" tall. My cousin Billyjoe was 11. He and I were both very small pudgy boys in blue shorts. My cousin Butchie, a majestic highschooler in his own mind, was there with his date, a large, brunette, bottom heavy girl, wearing a red and yellow polka-dot bikini, too narrow for her butt-crack (bigger than him, and her name is forgotten). Her mother was there (and was absolutely colossal in a hibiscus muumuu) along with Uncle Neil (who was drunk) to chaparone all of us and several other innocent children. Also there was a large OD colour tent. When we were together, Debbie was Moe, and Billyjoe and I were Larry and Curley. Debbie hated Butchie's girlfriend and insisted we needed a photo of her butt-crack for future use. I had the Rollei, loaded with Tri-X. Butt-girl was bent over, head in the food basket, butt-crack wonderfully displayed. So, we snuck up behind her, Debbie pushing on me, and snapped the photo. Butt-girl noticed and came after us; we ran, but butt-girl was fast, so, I lateraled the camera to Billyjoe, who threw a 40' Hail Mary pass to Debbie for perfect reception. Debbie then ran full tilt into butt-girl's mother, who took the camera away from her, and stuffed it in her muumuu, down her decolletage (it fit). Debbie, Billyjoe, and I were herded into the tent and told to stay there for 1 hour for "meanness and egregious rudity". About 15 minutes later, butt-girl's mother kicked us out of the tent and shoved butt-girl in there with a sweater covering her butt and told her to stay 1 hour for "whining, butt crackage and egregious piggery". Butt-girl's mom had, apparently, looked in the food basket and liked the word "egregious". I didn't get the camera back that day, Butchie said he'd steal it back. About 2 weeks later, Uncle Neil drove over to our house (sober) and gave me back my camera. It was empty. Butt-girl's mom probably shot the rest of the roll (about 6 left), and that butt shot is in some forgotten photo album, 45 years in the past. I still have the camera. It works great. Butt shots are dangerous. Butt-girl could have caught us. She was about 5' 10" and about 190lb.

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  • #14159325

    shared by antiqueblush on 2011-09-02

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  • #14735549

    shared by pussylove on 2011-11-19

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  • #11269997

    shared by neja on 2010-04-29

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  • #11784776

    shared by smbilgin on 2010-09-07

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    shared by scorpie on 2010-11-29

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    shared by pussylove on 2010-11-28

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    shared by raven1126 on 2011-03-13

  • #11836602

    shared by novakmisi on 2010-09-19

    Montenegro Seaside

  • #11369740

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2010-05-25

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  • #103368

    shared by paper_doll on 2008-11-16

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  • first of the infrared

    shared by eskimofriend on 2011-07-15

    first roll of ir film - I never expected to have such good results I was just guessing exposure time...

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  • snow on the horizon

    shared by eskimofriend on 2010-12-31

    messing up the exposure sometimes really gets interesting results, unfortunately the lab again cut the negatives so some shots were ruined...

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  • A day in a park

    shared by amirulshahrom on 2010-12-28

    Spent about 4 hours in the park, made artwork for the rumble and shoot it at the park. Phew!

  • #12618590

    shared by ccwu on 2011-02-14

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  • #12464703

    shared by naa on 2011-01-18

  • #13521596

    shared by warning on 2011-06-10

    She´s Ros, my best friend. Give her some love in her brand-new lomohome http://www.lomography.es/homes/_miranda_

  • #6041686

    shared by monoflow on 2009-09-16

  • #6247901

    shared by quaisoir on 2009-12-12

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  • #11289806

    shared by singleelderly on 2010-05-04

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  • Incumpliendo todas las reglas = Fracaso

    shared by alehopgm on 2011-04-17

    ¿A quién se le ocurre tirar un Redscale en sombra? ¿Y hacer 3 y 4 sobreexposiciones sobre el mismo fotograma? ¿Y no quitar la tapa de la lente? A mí, sólo a mí.

  • #12001182

    shared by kearz10 on 2010-10-22

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  • #12753353

    shared by mapix on 2011-03-07

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  • #11221842

    shared by disdis on 2010-04-15

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  • #11577462

    shared by life_on_mars on 2010-07-19

  • #11577460

    shared by mr_sid on 2010-07-19

  • #12703442

    shared by dannyedwards on 2011-02-27

  • Around Quebec

    shared by rater on 2009-05-19

    LC-A's around Quebec

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  • #12160806

    shared by adriano88 on 2010-11-21

  • Amsterdam in sensia colours

    shared by disdis on 2011-05-06

    I had this expired sensia film waiting to be shot and I waited for the nothern light of Amsterdam. I love the results of vasvas looking out the window expecially

  • City church

    shared by piptay on 2005-09-25

  • #11126868

    shared by born-to-ruin on 2010-03-17

  • Lara

    shared by germanitalic on 2004-01-01

    ILFORD SFX FILM at iso 200

  • #13337479

    shared by orangekiwi on 2011-05-18

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    shared by orangekiwi on 2011-05-18

  • #13337475

    shared by orangekiwi on 2011-05-18

  • Them and Their Cameras: Female Photographers in the Movies

    written by basterda on 2011-05-12
    Them and Their Cameras: Female Photographers in the Movies

    These females (girls and ladies, alike) are not just charming and pretty -- they are analogue enthusiasts as well! Take a look at the most loveliest female photographers found in movie reels!

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  • rain down on me

    shared by aguigabriela on 2010-11-21

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