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  • bad hair day

    shared by fotobes on 2014-10-13

    i don't often load an lc-a with monochrome, but i kinda like it..

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  • #22067864

    shared by steamtug1959 on 2017-07-09

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  • #22570579

    shared by kerosin on 2018-03-06

  • L'autre dimension

    shared by argentic-translation on 2016-02-18

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  • MX City

    shared by fadjaradiputra on 2014-07-02

    Trying multiple exposure shoot with cityscape and silhouette. Inspired by @adi_totp photo http://www.lomography.com/homes/adi_totp/albums/1995393-i-love-november/photos/19154528 Thanks Adi and Bebop! :D

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  • Redentor de Helvetia

    shared by montagu on 2017-08-22

    Heavenly Double Exposure on Velvia 4x5

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  • #21909866

    shared by juniardigiugno on 2017-04-23

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  • #22684527

    shared by vicuna on 2018-05-03

  • #22684520

    shared by vicuna on 2018-05-03

  • Comice de Feurs 2018 #1

    shared by gheinz on 2018-04-02

    Comice de Feurs #1 - Zenit TTL [Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400]

  • Comice de Feurs 2018 #1

    shared by gheinz on 2018-04-02

    Comice de Feurs #1 - Zenit TTL [Lomochrome Purple XR 100-400]

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  • Lomographers Throughout the Years: Vicuna

    2017-07-22 #people
    Lomographers Throughout the Years: Vicuna

    For Lomography's 25th anniversary, we take a quick trip down memory lane with 25 of the community's most iconic members. First on the list is Stéphane Heinz, aka Vicuna!

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  • #21110676

    shared by suizidekid on 2016-04-06

    testing the Daguerreotype Achromat in Nice/France; ......... special thanks to @roxyvonschlotterstein for giving me the Film as a gift.

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  • #21110671

    shared by suizidekid on 2016-04-06

    testing the Daguerreotype Achromat in Nice/France; ......... special thanks to @roxyvonschlotterstein for giving me the Film as a gift.

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  • #21110679

    shared by suizidekid on 2016-04-06

    testing the Daguerreotype Achromat in Nice/France; ......... special thanks to @roxyvonschlotterstein for giving me the Film as a gift.

  • #21110680

    shared by suizidekid on 2016-04-06

    testing the Daguerreotype Achromat in Nice/France; ......... special thanks to @roxyvonschlotterstein for giving me the Film as a gift.

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  • #18159384

    shared by shanti929 on 2013-04-09

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  • #21067645

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067643

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067631

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067630

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067629

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

  • #21067644

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-17

    Woman don't have an easy life in Burkina Faso as they do almost all the daily hard work: they have to grind the grain, prepare the Karité butter, pump the water at the well and care about the kids and a lot of other tasks...

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  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

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  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

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  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

  • Burkina Portrait Project

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-14

    I had this project to shoot as many portraits as possible during my stay in Burkina Faso. The new Jupiter3+ lens was perfect for this project and mounted on the Canon P it gave me a great tool to realise it. To focus precisely at very close distance isn't always easy, specially at f1.5 to f2.8... For every portrait I tried to focus on the eyes of the people and saw on the results that the sharp focus was more on their ear.... that is around 8-10 cm difference. So I checked my Canon P and noticed that the rangefinder alignement wasn't perfect... This little distance plays no role when shooting at f5.6 or upwards, but at f1.5 to f2.8 and for under 1 meter distance it makes a difference. But even if some of the faces are a bit unsharp, the picture remains very soft and nice with a cool bokeh in the background. I finally fixed the alignement of the rangefinder and hope to get sharper pictures next time.

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  • #21083565

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-24

    2nd part of the Burkina Portrait project, this time with the fantastic Rolleiflex Automat :)

  • #21083550

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-24

    2nd part of the Burkina Portrait project, this time with the fantastic Rolleiflex Automat :)

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  • #21083557

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-24

    2nd part of the Burkina Portrait project, this time with the fantastic Rolleiflex Automat :)

  • #21083563

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-24

    2nd part of the Burkina Portrait project, this time with the fantastic Rolleiflex Automat :)

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  • #21093309

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

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  • #21093307

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093299

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093295

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

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  • #21093298

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093292

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093293

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093291

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

  • #21093302

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-29

    3rd part of the Burkina Portrait Project with the great and beautiful people of Nouna

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  • #21055412

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

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  • #21055408

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

  • #21055411

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.

  • #21055404

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-10

    Once again, I went to the village of Koussiri, near of Nouna, where I already shot some great portraits of kids in my previous travels. This time was no different, I met a lot of enthusiastic kids who were willing to stand in front of my Rolleiflex for a little portrait session.