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  • #12944375

    shared by orpheuswasawoman on 2011-03-28

  • #12786050

    shared by girlsetsfire on 2011-03-13

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    shared by orpheuswasawoman on 2010-10-09

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  • I Can Hear The Cherubs Sing

    shared by orpheuswasawoman on 2010-12-06

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  • #12786104

    shared by girlsetsfire on 2011-03-13

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  • #13400047

    shared by layoosh on 2011-05-25

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  • #12786084

    shared by girlsetsfire on 2011-03-13

  • #11517367

    shared by thesarahshow on 2010-07-03

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    shared by stefandms on 2010-07-03

  • #12088222

    shared by shahirmomo on 2010-11-08

    these are some of the scenery from cairo egypt...

  • #12275523

    shared by haydee on 2010-12-13

  • LC-A+ X Tungsten Fineday with N Jieb ^__________^

    shared by sobetion on 2012-01-26

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  • Golden Hour of Photography

    shared by neja on 2012-01-18

    I have been here so many times before, but I never get tired of seeing Calatrava's creations and taking pictures of it. That was my 1st ever try of Lomography CN 800 ISO film and I couldn't be more happy with it. Since this marvelous sunset above the City of Arts and Science, shooting during the golden hour of photography became a habit.

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  • My first Sprocket Rocket film!

    shared by fisheyemary on 2011-03-03

    Here are my very first efforts with Sprocket Rocket! All photos are taken in my neighborhood, Kypseli, in Athens,Greece and a nearby park. Hope you like them!

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  • #12814347

    shared by bravebird on 2011-03-17

    Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam

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  • #16548277

    shared by noe_arteaga on 2012-07-15

  • Une astuce rapide: le Diana mini de Nuit

    written by neels on 2011-05-25 #gear #tutorials
    Une astuce rapide: le Diana mini de Nuit

    Utiliser une plus grande ouverture et une mise au point plus proche pour un effet bokeh en photo de nuit. La prochaine fois que vous vous baladerez de nuit avec votre Diana Mini, n'utilisez pas le flash,et décidez de vous faire une session photo de nuit en essayant d'utiliser la mise au point et l'effet de profondeur de champ (bokeh).

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  • Hallucinating

    shared by jackdoc on 2012-07-27

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  • Love and Laughter

    shared by jackdoc on 2012-07-27

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  • My Lomography

    shared by zakuson on 2012-07-24

    ^_^

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  • My Lomography

    shared by zakuson on 2012-07-24

    ^_^

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  • Good times in Denmark.

    shared by u-t-e on 2012-01-28

    August 2011.

  • Good times in Denmark.

    shared by u-t-e on 2012-01-28

    August 2011.

  • #154094

    shared by azurblue on 2009-01-23

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  • #11510235

    shared by fivedayforecast on 2010-07-01

    We took a trip to Hampton Beach to look at these magnificent sand sculptures. Hampton Beach is gross though... Some of these got a little bent while scanning

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  • #16609140

    shared by ditchbitch on 2012-07-23

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    shared by ditchbitch on 2012-07-23

  • C.

    shared by timolomo on 2012-06-18

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  • End stop: Budafok

    shared by timolomo on 2012-06-18

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  • #16451158

    shared by t0m7 on 2012-07-02

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  • perfect moment.

    shared by eloisee on 2012-04-08

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  • perfect moment.

    shared by eloisee on 2012-04-08

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  • #14161832

    shared by charlotteke on 2011-09-02

  • Mid-city view

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-07-13

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  • Flower Tunnel

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-07-14

    Trimmed from square to 3:2.

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  • #16553140

    shared by clownshoes on 2012-07-16

    I'm a big fan of Cokin filters. Mostly because I was given so many and so many of their promotional booklets. They have all kinds of filters for doing multiple exposures. The one I used here is the Double Mask A 342. Two filters One with a black dot on clear resin. The other a All black filter is a little hole. In the booklets they recommend (in the 80's) you take a projector and photo graph slides you already had in order to create special effects. I just used a 32" screen.

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  • #16553193

    shared by clownshoes on 2012-07-16

    I'm a big fan of Cokin filters. Mostly because I was given so many and so many of their promotional booklets. They have all kinds of filters for doing multiple exposures. The one I used here is the Double Mask A 342. Two filters One with a black dot on clear resin. The other a All black filter is a little hole. In the booklets they recommend (in the 80's) you take a projector and photo graph slides you already had in order to create special effects. I just used a 32" screen.

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  • #16553178

    shared by clownshoes on 2012-07-16

    I'm a big fan of Cokin filters. Mostly because I was given so many and so many of their promotional booklets. They have all kinds of filters for doing multiple exposures. The one I used here is the Double Mask A 342. Two filters One with a black dot on clear resin. The other a All black filter is a little hole. In the booklets they recommend (in the 80's) you take a projector and photo graph slides you already had in order to create special effects. I just used a 32" screen.

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  • #16553227

    shared by clownshoes on 2012-07-16

    I'm a big fan of Cokin filters. Mostly because I was given so many and so many of their promotional booklets. They have all kinds of filters for doing multiple exposures. The one I used here is the Double Mask A 342. Two filters One with a black dot on clear resin. The other a All black filter is a little hole. In the booklets they recommend (in the 80's) you take a projector and photo graph slides you already had in order to create special effects. I just used a 32" screen.

  • #16553252

    shared by clownshoes on 2012-07-16

    I'm a big fan of Cokin filters. Mostly because I was given so many and so many of their promotional booklets. They have all kinds of filters for doing multiple exposures. The one I used here is the Double Mask A 342. Two filters One with a black dot on clear resin. The other a All black filter is a little hole. In the booklets they recommend (in the 80's) you take a projector and photo graph slides you already had in order to create special effects. I just used a 32" screen.

  • #16553243

    shared by clownshoes on 2012-07-16

    I'm a big fan of Cokin filters. Mostly because I was given so many and so many of their promotional booklets. They have all kinds of filters for doing multiple exposures. The one I used here is the Double Mask A 342. Two filters One with a black dot on clear resin. The other a All black filter is a little hole. In the booklets they recommend (in the 80's) you take a projector and photo graph slides you already had in order to create special effects. I just used a 32" screen.

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  • #16553265

    shared by clownshoes on 2012-07-16

    I'm a big fan of Cokin filters. Mostly because I was given so many and so many of their promotional booklets. They have all kinds of filters for doing multiple exposures. The one I used here is the Double Mask A 342. Two filters One with a black dot on clear resin. The other a All black filter is a little hole. In the booklets they recommend (in the 80's) you take a projector and photo graph slides you already had in order to create special effects. I just used a 32" screen.

  • Fireworks Show

    shared by timetopicture on 2012-07-16

    Extended exposure of the fireworks put on in the street in front of my house. Check out more of my pictures at: http://timetopicture.tumblr.com/

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  • #13961032

    shared by lighttomysoul on 2011-08-05

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  • #14005590

    shared by alexrockband on 2011-08-11

  • Manhattan

    shared by charlotteke on 2011-08-24

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    shared by lavisionmd on 2010-01-14

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  • At Musée Quai Branly

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-09-21

    I tested a new film - the Fuji T64 and I love it. It's more blueish and more contrasty than the Astia 100F. ------ www.analogue-love.com --------

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  • handmade work

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-08-31

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