Likes

  • #21946602

    shared by malyprinc on 2017-05-10

  • Meadow

    shared by metalmatica on 2017-05-10

    A roll of Aerochrome I bought for testing color infrared film. The things i found out are: -The film is something between ISO 325 - 400 -Very grainy -C-41 development works fine (some people and sellers say C-41 will ruin the film) -I used a yellow filter, but i forgot it on a few photos and the results aren't that bad -The film hates shadows, avoid overcast weather and shadows -Astrophotography with this film isn't recommended (to grainy and nothing special) -No push development even if you underexpose because the contrast is very high anyways definitely not the last aerochrome i used, if you want to try this film too, have a look at the Film Photography Project, they're selling it

  • Sunset

    shared by maeusedisko on 2014-10-12

    Henne Strand

    1
  • Saudade (Brazil #59)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-05-16

    There is so much material from brazil to be worked on. This time silhouettes from the ferry to marajó. Oh captain, my captain.

  • Les Fleurs du Mal

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2011-01-14

    4
  • #21938368

    shared by marosch on 2017-05-07

    Test der Yashica Zoom 105 und Fujicolor 200

  • Lomography X Sherwood Festival - La Migliore Alternativa

    written by lomogiu on 2017-05-17 #news
    Lomography X Sherwood Festival - La Migliore Alternativa

    Anche quest'anno Lomography è contentissima di collaborare con lo Sherwood festival per una competition imperdibile. Scopri come partecipare!

  • The Summer of 2016 Pictured in Vintage Fashion

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-05-15 #people
    The Summer of 2016 Pictured in Vintage Fashion

    Photographer Akila Berjaoui's summer photographs from last year reminisce the 1970's and 1980's.

    2017-05-15
  • Purple 120

    shared by maria_vlachou on 2013-12-10

  • brown eyes

    shared by porcupine on 2017-05-10

  • Jimmy's Old Car Picnic w/ EBX 100

    shared by koduckgirl on 2012-11-02

  • #21946167

    shared by selina-p on 2017-05-10

  • Porst / Kodak

    shared by mtsteve on 2017-05-10

  • Palms of California

    shared by ralf-franz on 2017-04-22

    #blackbird

  • #18634927

    shared by alex34 on 2013-07-13

    1
  • #21916546

    shared by tinyalien on 2017-04-26

    2
  • #21907584

    shared by sepp81 on 2017-04-22

    Lomo XPRO-Slide abgelaufen in C-41 entwickelt

    1
  • Ajka multi-----

    shared by lagia on 2017-04-23

    8
  • #21948894

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948898

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948896

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948885

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948882

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948878

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948880

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948872

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948865

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948866

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948867

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948868

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948864

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948863

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21948862

    shared by deckard578 on 2017-05-12

  • #21945908

    shared by cam_et_leon on 2017-05-10

  • Rolleicord IV + Provia 100f xpro

    shared by emkei on 2013-08-28

    my new love - Rolleicord, yeahhh! :)

    7
  • La spiaggia libera

    shared by sirio174 on 2013-03-22

    Rimini vista dalla sua ruota panoramica

    2
  • #21946281

    shared by deje on 2017-05-10

    #kodak #ukraine #ruins #trip #roadbike #cyclist #elikon35cm #filmcamera #ColorPlus

  • #21945066

    shared by arthursoptic on 2017-05-10

    #horizon #e2c #CR200 #rollei #lomo

  • #21941807

    shared by pinkbutterfly on 2017-05-09

    Tokyo

    4
  • Dom Knigi ("House of the Book")

    shared by neja on 2016-09-09

    St. Petersburg's largest and most famous bookshop, Dom Knigi ("House of the Book") occupies one of the most beautiful buildings on Nevsky Prospekt - the Singer Company Building, an innovative and richly decorated Art Nouveau masterpiece. The site at the intersection of Nevsky Prospekt and the Griboedov Canal, opposite Kazan Cathedral, was the location of the riding school of Duke Ernst Johann von Biron, the powerful favourite of Empress Anna. When this building burnt down, it was replaced by three-storey residential building, where St. Petersburg's first photographer, Sergey Levitskiy, had his workshops in the 1850s. In 1902, the plot of land was bought for a million rubles by Singer Manufacturing Company, the world-famous maker of sewing machines.Dom Knigi, the main state bookseller, was opened in the building in 1938. During the Siege of Leningrad, the shop continued to operate even when a bomb was dropped on the neighbouring building, shattering all of Dom Knigi's windows and flooding the storage rooms. It was only in the winter of 1941 that the shop, lacking electricity and heating, closed temporarily. The building was closed in 1948 to repair war damage, and again for restoration in the middle of the last decade. Otherwise, it has been St. Petersburg's most popular bookshop for over seventy years.

  • #21945626

    shared by mcrstar on 2017-05-10

  • #14711710

    shared by neja on 2011-11-16

    3
  • #21946162

    shared by selina-p on 2017-05-10

  • Dandelion

    shared by metalmatica on 2017-05-10

    A roll of Aerochrome I bought for testing color infrared film. The things i found out are: -The film is something between ISO 325 - 400 -Very grainy -C-41 development works fine (some people and sellers say C-41 will ruin the film) -I used a yellow filter, but i forgot it on a few photos and the results aren't that bad -The film hates shadows, avoid overcast weather and shadows -Astrophotography with this film isn't recommended (to grainy and nothing special) -No push development even if you underexpose because the contrast is very high anyways definitely not the last aerochrome i used, if you want to try this film too, have a look at the Film Photography Project, they're selling it

  • Horses

    shared by metalmatica on 2017-05-10

    A roll of Aerochrome I bought for testing color infrared film. The things i found out are: -The film is something between ISO 325 - 400 -Very grainy -C-41 development works fine (some people and sellers say C-41 will ruin the film) -I used a yellow filter, but i forgot it on a few photos and the results aren't that bad -The film hates shadows, avoid overcast weather and shadows -Astrophotography with this film isn't recommended (to grainy and nothing special) -No push development even if you underexpose because the contrast is very high anyways definitely not the last aerochrome i used, if you want to try this film too, have a look at the Film Photography Project, they're selling it

  • Path into the woods

    shared by metalmatica on 2017-05-10

    A roll of Aerochrome I bought for testing color infrared film. The things i found out are: -The film is something between ISO 325 - 400 -Very grainy -C-41 development works fine (some people and sellers say C-41 will ruin the film) -I used a yellow filter, but i forgot it on a few photos and the results aren't that bad -The film hates shadows, avoid overcast weather and shadows -Astrophotography with this film isn't recommended (to grainy and nothing special) -No push development even if you underexpose because the contrast is very high anyways definitely not the last aerochrome i used, if you want to try this film too, have a look at the Film Photography Project, they're selling it

  • #21946217

    shared by brasslizard on 2017-05-10

  • Path in the woods

    shared by metalmatica on 2017-05-10

    A roll of Aerochrome I bought for testing color infrared film. The things i found out are: -The film is something between ISO 325 - 400 -Very grainy -C-41 development works fine (some people and sellers say C-41 will ruin the film) -I used a yellow filter, but i forgot it on a few photos and the results aren't that bad -The film hates shadows, avoid overcast weather and shadows -Astrophotography with this film isn't recommended (to grainy and nothing special) -No push development even if you underexpose because the contrast is very high anyways definitely not the last aerochrome i used, if you want to try this film too, have a look at the Film Photography Project, they're selling it

  • #21946222

    shared by brasslizard on 2017-05-10

  • #21946221

    shared by brasslizard on 2017-05-10