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21 Comments

  1. rinchy
    rinchy ·

    wow!!! How could you do that? Amazing color!!!!

  2. mafiosa
    mafiosa ·

    So beautiful!

  3. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    lovely!

  4. 13thfloor
    13thfloor ·

    great album:) as always!

  5. aprilia
    aprilia ·

    beautiful bokeh <3

  6. rjk_89
    rjk_89 ·

    OMW WOW!!! I love this photo so much!

  7. iambb_
    iambb_ ·

    WOW !!!

  8. parsifal85
    parsifal85 ·

    wow & how??

  9. rhysbm
    rhysbm ·

    Lovely! :)

  10. bigbird
    bigbird ·

    love berlin and love this color

  11. davefilkins
    davefilkins ·

    I love the color and effect! Nice work!

  12. cwyeung
    cwyeung ·

    Love the MX dots~

  13. michela84
    michela84 ·

    lovely!

  14. josaias
    josaias ·

    amazing!!

  15. josaias
    josaias ·

    amazing!!

  16. rakelodel
    rakelodel ·

    nice pic ;)

  17. yastatic
    yastatic ·

    what a lovely photo!

  18. kcmuguet
    kcmuguet ·

    nice!

  19. bendawes
    bendawes ·

    If you don't mind me asking, how do you make this kinda shot? its awesome!!!

  20. fruchtzwerg_hh
    fruchtzwerg_hh ·

    @bendawes :
    to achieve this effect you need to do two things:
    1. Shoot an entire film for the bokeh effect. This works best at night when you have multiple light sources, like a chain of lights or the like and (very important!) a camera with a very large aperture (f/1.7, f/2, or f/2.8) it will not work with your LC-A!. If you don't have a analogue SLR you can also try to hold a magnifying lens in front of your LC-A, like it is described in this tipster for the Diana+: www.lomography.jp/magazine/tipster/2011/03/28/learn-bokeh-w…. You can also experiment with bokeh shapes: www.lomography.jp/magazine/tipster/2013/01/23/analogue-girl….
    2. Then you rewind the film carefully and shoot it for a second time. This time you can use any camera you like and any motive.
    I hope this was helpful, you can also search in the tipster section for more tipsters for "bokeh"

  21. sadiestoker
    sadiestoker ·

    gorgeous effect !