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  • The City in me

    shared by reizueberflutung on 2016-04-18

    This is the second roll of chicago. When it arrived, I was so disappointed, and did´t like them very much. The Portraits turned out blurry due to low batteries in the camera, and for a reason I don´t understand, the second exposure did´t fit frame-on-frame. But now I decided to upload them triple exposures :) #boy #chicago #city #double #double exposure #downtown #girl #model #naked #nude #silhouette #silhouettes #skyline #skyscraper #street #urban ×

  • C33

    shared by clownshoes on 2016-04-14

    Kodak 100Tmax Pushed to 400iso

  • beards and antlers

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2016-04-15

    for the story behind the pics: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=2500

  • beards and antlers

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2016-04-15

    for the story behind the pics: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=2500

  • beards and antlers

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2016-04-15

    for the story behind the pics: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=2500

  • beards and antlers

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2016-04-15

    for the story behind the pics: http://andrejrusskovskij.com/?p=2500

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  • #21129552

    shared by goonies on 2016-04-15

  • #21130329

    shared by lawypop on 2016-04-15

  • ☆ HAPPY EAS†ER ☆

    shared by 007-0815-styler on 2016-04-16

    Fisheye ☆ #0070815Styler

  • #21135010

    shared by vicuna on 2016-04-18

    During the visit of my good friend @wil6ka we went to the top of 2 mountains around Zurich: the Uetliberg (869m) and the Rigi (1798m). Of course, when you put 2 lomographers together, a lot of pictures are taken... here's the first set of these mountain expeditions ;) To be continued....

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  • Garden

    shared by gepo1303 on 2016-04-18

    https://www.lomography.com/magazine/320115-around-the-world-in-80-snaps-competition

  • Secret spot

    shared by gepo1303 on 2016-04-18

    https://www.lomography.com/magazine/320115-around-the-world-in-80-snaps-competition

  • #21136444

    shared by diablitomx on 2016-04-19

    A shot from a wedding last weekend, great camera the LCA120 #wedding #lca #120 #lca120 #ilford3200 #ilford

  • junk beetles

    shared by mapix on 2016-04-19

    what a pity...

  • #21137746

    shared by mapix on 2016-04-19

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  • #2950

    shared by adamscott on 2008-06-19

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  • #168981

    shared by adamscott on 2009-01-30

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  • #21127709

    shared by kobakobayashishi on 2016-04-14

    #portra400 #pentax #pentaxprogramA #japan

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  • Self-Portraits at 2am

    shared by alienmeatsack on 2013-10-13

    I had a bad case of the restless and can't sleeps last night. So I decided to give my Dektol+Film thoughts somewhere to go. I loaded a roll of Arista EDU 100 into the Lubitel 166U, added a Holga Close Up lens attached with some rubber bands, measured my focus zone and tried to get my arm trained to hold camera at that point, then metered for light. I used two of my softbox lights which are pretty intense and very focused so they make hard light on whatever they hit without diffusion. There was also a single lamp on in the room. My metering told me I needed 1/8th of a second at f/4.5, but as I moved it around, so it could meter the darker areas it went well into the 1-4 second shutter range for that aperture. I am pretty sure I was way more stops under then I thought, mentioned above. The 3200 was a guess. Thats at least 5 stops pushed, then maybe close to that in push for the development. I knew I wanted to push the film at least 4 stops to see what Dektol would do in that kind of situation. I ended up shooting at (somewhere around) 3200 metering for 100 film... and pushing the film about 3-4 stops. And I still got images which blew my mind. If I had left them in the soup for another few minutes who knows what I'd have gotten out of it. I pushed the Clarity on these up a bit so the grain tends to really pop, but I love how Dektol slams the film right in the face with it's hard core super dark blacks and contrast. Aside from the focus issues, these shots came out better then I hoped. My actual focus area was literally a space of 1-2" and I did all of these by hand, guessing I had them at the right location, set to f/4 (just beyond the last measured aperture on the 166U) and at 1/60th of a second shutter speed. I think I need to measure and mount the camera on a tripod for this and do it again with a little more usable light. Fun shoot, entertained me when I couldn't sleep. And I want more Dektol.

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  • Foto des Tages von earlybird

    written by lukasantos on 2016-04-07 #news #people
    Foto des Tages von earlybird

    Herzlichen Glückwunsch earlybird zum Foto des Tages!

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  • #21069071

    shared by diablitomx on 2016-03-18

    My first portraits with the petzval 58 and kodak TRIX #petzval #petzval58 #58 #kodaktrix #trix #portrait

  • #21069072

    shared by diablitomx on 2016-03-18

    My first portraits with the petzval 58 and kodak TRIX #petzval #petzval58 #58 #kodaktrix #trix #portrait

  • #21069087

    shared by diablitomx on 2016-03-18

    Luisa and Brian #calleschingonas #portrait #street #mexico #Kodak125

  • me by @sara81

    shared by gepo1303 on 2016-03-18

    At home.

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  • winter portraits

    shared by kylethefrench on 2016-03-19

    sometimes you need to take them, in winter

  • film

    shared by lafilledeer on 2016-03-20

  • Home Sweet OM-2

    shared by novotao on 2016-03-20

    Olympus OM-2 + Agfa CT Precisa 100

  • Home Sweet OM-2

    shared by novotao on 2016-03-20

    Olympus OM-2 + Agfa CT Precisa 100

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

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  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • Health research center of Nouna

    shared by vicuna on 2016-03-21

    I had the chance to visit the health research center of Nouna and make a little reportage about the people who work there and what their work is. The health research center of Nouna coers in fact a wide spectrum of research fields. The medical field is focused in understanding better some typical diseases from the area like malaria and find a better cure for it. Then there's also a big data department where a lot of informations about climat, water and agricultural patterns is collected and analysed to understand better the problems of malnutrition in relation with all the diseases that hits the local population. They really do an amazing work and everybody was very kind to let me in and shoot pictures for my reportage. If you want to know more about it there's a website (in french only) : http://www.crsn-nouna.bf

  • 2014 06 08Jun Horizon KodakProImage100 17-21Jun

    shared by lonur on 2016-03-21

  • Copa Clean (Brazil #53)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-21

    The day after the teutons took the cup, the teutons had to detoxicate. And where to do that better than on Copacabna beach. Provided with a sharade of scenes for ones diary. Inclusive the trade of balls (old FIFA scheme) and the happy orange cleanup...

  • Copa Clean (Brazil #53)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-21

    The day after the teutons took the cup, the teutons had to detoxicate. And where to do that better than on Copacabna beach. Provided with a sharade of scenes for ones diary. Inclusive the trade of balls (old FIFA scheme) and the happy orange cleanup...

  • Copa Clean (Brazil #53)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-21

    The day after the teutons took the cup, the teutons had to detoxicate. And where to do that better than on Copacabna beach. Provided with a sharade of scenes for ones diary. Inclusive the trade of balls (old FIFA scheme) and the happy orange cleanup...

  • Copa Clean (Brazil #53)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-21

    The day after the teutons took the cup, the teutons had to detoxicate. And where to do that better than on Copacabna beach. Provided with a sharade of scenes for ones diary. Inclusive the trade of balls (old FIFA scheme) and the happy orange cleanup...

  • Copa Clean (Brazil #53)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-21

    The day after the teutons took the cup, the teutons had to detoxicate. And where to do that better than on Copacabna beach. Provided with a sharade of scenes for ones diary. Inclusive the trade of balls (old FIFA scheme) and the happy orange cleanup...

  • Copa Clean (Brazil #53)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-21

    The day after the teutons took the cup, the teutons had to detoxicate. And where to do that better than on Copacabna beach. Provided with a sharade of scenes for ones diary. Inclusive the trade of balls (old FIFA scheme) and the happy orange cleanup...