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  • #16043385

    shared by bravebird on 2012-05-12

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  • Graphic Island

    shared by wil6ka on 2012-05-12

    Er ist für mich wirklich erstaunlich dieser Supergraphic HC. Ich habe verstanden, das ich mit ihm starke Kontraste festhalten kann, doch zuviel Licht sollte nicht im Spiel sein, dann kommt das Negativ komplett transparent daher. Und das passiert bei jedem Film mindestens einmal, und ich kratze meinen Kopf. Wenn man jedoch aus dem Schatten kommt, macht er ganz zauberhafte Dinge. Denn im Kontrast ist er sehr fein. Am ehesten kann man ihn vielleicht dann mit den 25 Iso Filmen von Agfa oder Maco vergleichen. Kodak hat ja auch einen Ektagraphic HC, ich persönlich hatte mal einen für 35mm in der Hand. Im Fotolabor sagte man mir, die waren früher für die Titel bei Diashows angedacht. Dabei hat man eine schwarze Schrift fotografiert, die dann als Negativ im Diarahmen, die Show eingeläutet hat. Hierbei ging es also um die Definition von Kontrast und nichts weiter. Ob es beim Supergraphic von Rollei genau darum ging, lkann ich mir nicht vorstellen. Warum würde man ihn dann in einem schmucken Holzkasten verticken. Und die Emulsion Ato ist mir auch von anderen Schwarz Weiß Filmen bekannt. Vielleicht ist es einfach ein Hybrid, der im Labor entstanden ist. So eine Ratte mit menschlichem Ohr auf den Rücken. Soll es ja geben...

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  • Graphic Island

    shared by wil6ka on 2012-05-12

    Er ist für mich wirklich erstaunlich dieser Supergraphic HC. Ich habe verstanden, das ich mit ihm starke Kontraste festhalten kann, doch zuviel Licht sollte nicht im Spiel sein, dann kommt das Negativ komplett transparent daher. Und das passiert bei jedem Film mindestens einmal, und ich kratze meinen Kopf. Wenn man jedoch aus dem Schatten kommt, macht er ganz zauberhafte Dinge. Denn im Kontrast ist er sehr fein. Am ehesten kann man ihn vielleicht dann mit den 25 Iso Filmen von Agfa oder Maco vergleichen. Kodak hat ja auch einen Ektagraphic HC, ich persönlich hatte mal einen für 35mm in der Hand. Im Fotolabor sagte man mir, die waren früher für die Titel bei Diashows angedacht. Dabei hat man eine schwarze Schrift fotografiert, die dann als Negativ im Diarahmen, die Show eingeläutet hat. Hierbei ging es also um die Definition von Kontrast und nichts weiter. Ob es beim Supergraphic von Rollei genau darum ging, lkann ich mir nicht vorstellen. Warum würde man ihn dann in einem schmucken Holzkasten verticken. Und die Emulsion Ato ist mir auch von anderen Schwarz Weiß Filmen bekannt. Vielleicht ist es einfach ein Hybrid, der im Labor entstanden ist. So eine Ratte mit menschlichem Ohr auf den Rücken. Soll es ja geben...

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  • #15689264

    shared by liliac on 2012-03-29

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    shared by liliac on 2012-04-05

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    shared by liliac on 2012-04-17

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    shared by liliac on 2012-04-17

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    shared by liliac on 2012-03-29

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    shared by liliac on 2012-04-17

  • tensione

    shared by icomewhenieatcaponata on 2012-05-03

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/clacli http://www.lomography.com/homes/claudialarocca http://www.lomography.com/homes/cryboy http://www.lomography.com/homes/-dakota- http://www.lomography.com/homes/marina_sic

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  • tensione

    shared by icomewhenieatcaponata on 2012-05-03

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/clacli http://www.lomography.com/homes/claudialarocca http://www.lomography.com/homes/cryboy http://www.lomography.com/homes/-dakota- http://www.lomography.com/homes/marina_sic

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  • #16034677

    shared by icomewhenieatcaponata on 2012-05-11

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  • Prosperity Toss

    shared by tomkiddo on 2012-02-18

    Didn't get to shoot much during Chinese New Year, that's why it's mixed up with some random shots :)

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  • I'm shy..

    shared by tomkiddo on 2012-02-18

    Didn't get to shoot much during Chinese New Year, that's why it's mixed up with some random shots :)

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  • Boots and Holga

    shared by tomkiddo on 2012-02-18

    Didn't get to shoot much during Chinese New Year, that's why it's mixed up with some random shots :)

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  • Holga

    shared by tomkiddo on 2012-02-18

    Didn't get to shoot much during Chinese New Year, that's why it's mixed up with some random shots :)

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  • #16046398

    shared by rik041 on 2012-05-12

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/sorcery

  • #16046401

    shared by rik041 on 2012-05-12

    http://www.lomography.com/homes/sorcery

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  • Trip to Vienna

    shared by skatesauce on 2012-02-27

  • Trip to Vienna

    shared by skatesauce on 2012-02-27

  • Trip to Vienna

    shared by skatesauce on 2012-02-27

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  • shared by brommi on 2012-05-09

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  • May 2012 | Tramstation

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

  • May 2012 | arrow

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

  • May 2012 | U Vinetastraße

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

  • May 2012 | miscellaneous

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

  • May 2012 | Julius birthday

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

  • May 2012 | bike store

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

  • Everybody loves Toms

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

  • Daphne girl!

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

  • Fatty and I

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

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  • Groggy Alice

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

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  • Sunny day

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

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  • Gorgeous Kahala beach

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

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  • Sway

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

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  • Curly gate

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

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  • May 2012 | Postbox (inside out)

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

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  • May 2012 | bike store

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

  • May 2012 | miscellaneous

    shared by ck_berlin on 2012-05-13

    Expired (12/2003) black and white slide film – "an "instant" transparency system for still photography. The unexposed 35mm films came with their own processing pack. The films were processed within a dedicated, hand-powered, mechanical-cranked processing machine called an "AutoProcessor", into which an exposed film and its processing pack had to be loaded. The time to get from an exposed undeveloped film to a fully developed film ready for mounting varied from between two and five minutes, depending on the type of film." source: wikipedia.org

  • I am private property

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-05-04

    From my visit to the Kahala area with @nigelk and @kayswirl. Velvia is proving to be saturated as ever in these past few rolls, I like it! Special thanks to @nigelk for developing!

  • QUIAPO & INTRAMUROS in Redscale | Zenit ET |…

    shared by phantomphoenixphotos on 2012-05-09

    Blown away by how much red was removed just by adding 5 to 6 f/stops!

  • LCA+ : First Roll, First Niece Nephew

    shared by atiqahmay on 2012-05-12

    All picture scan from print.socc. =)

  • #16039656

    shared by earlybird on 2012-05-11

    R.I.P Adam Yauch

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