• #19308186

    shared by claudi1007 on 2014-01-18

  • #17272707

    shared by le_ors on 2012-10-21

    iso 100 set

  • #17272711

    shared by le_ors on 2012-10-21

    "Depart is just the beginning of your journey back home"

  • Camera Collections: faaabii rediscovers analogue

    written by jillytanrad on 2014-02-16 #people
    Camera Collections: faaabii rediscovers analogue

    A web developer by profession and a skater and fingerboarder on the side, Fabian-or faaabii, as we know him in the community-divides most of his time between flipping tricks for websites and on boards of different sizes, and indulging in analogue photography. Bored by the crisp reality of digital, he stumbled upon Lomography around five years ago and has been addicted ever since. He now owns over two dozen analogue cameras, a dozen or so accessories, and more than a hundred rolls of film on hand. A round of applause please, for faaabii and his fantastic camera collection!

  • 白鳥の飛来駅 -Swan Station

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-11-26

    From ”filmsoup-swap” project with my favorite photographer fotobes. About this photo I shot first in Japan, and then he started shooting in UK. After finishing the roll he ”cooked” the film. On completing the roll, he mixed together some boiled water with silica gel and washing detergent, and left it to cool a little. Then he went into his make-shift darkroom and pulled out the film from the canister. Next he flicked and dabbed the ”soup” onto the exposed film. He waited for a few minutes and then rewound the film into the canister. Afterwards he went to the kitchen and dropped the film into just-boiled water, and after 5 minutes I transferred it into cold water for a minute. Then back in the darkroom he pulled the film out from the canister again and dried it with a hairdryer, and when done he rewound the film. The film was then developed at Asda, and scanned at The Vault in Brighton. We don’t discuss what we have each taken photographs of, so the results are always a surprise. Check out fotobes’s album from the same project.

  • #19371686

    shared by vicuna on 2014-02-09

  • they're now taking down the children's hospital ..

    shared by kleeblatt on 2014-02-07

    the Diana glass lens has become one of my favourite tools .. really like it !

  • #19365793

    shared by gocchin on 2014-02-07

  • #19364578

    shared by gauthierdumonde on 2014-02-06

  • painting with light and the LC-A

    shared by bloomchen on 2014-02-06

    i really can't remember how i made these because i could not use a cable release with my old LC-A besided from the fact i didn't even had one back then.

  • Double with Fendy Fazeli

    shared by tsingtao on 2014-02-06 My facebook page:

  • #19361680

    shared by ccwu on 2014-02-05

  • photo-lomo-mushrooms walk with a friend

    shared by kostas on 2014-02-05

  • #19373089

    shared by alienmeatsack on 2014-02-10

    My second roll in the Smena 8M. I used some Fujifilm 200 that I made into redscale for this roll. However, it appears that for most of the shots I had my exposure off by too much and the results were grainy blobs instead of deep rich red scale goodness. I normally try to do 1-2 stops over, depending on the film. In this case, I was shooting for around 2 over but for whatever reason it looks like it just went haywire. Oh well.

  • Hemiksem

    shared by megalithicmatt on 2014-02-09

  • #15720474

    shared by earlybird on 2012-04-02

  • Lomoworkshop

    shared by jennson on 2012-04-04

    with two kids my girlfriend is working with

  • Spring time in Tübingen

    shared by grinningcat on 2012-03-29

  • #15368402

    shared by weidong on 2012-02-15

  • #15307020

    shared by ironsymphony on 2012-02-07

  • Weeeeeee

    shared by natalieerachel on 2012-02-06

    Got to go on a catamaran on my weekend at the Big Island! I saw a whole bunch of whales (one swam right by the boat! But I missed it...), big manta rays, and swam with dolphins! Unfortunately, it wasn't quite bright enough for 200, so a whole bunch of my photos are a smidge blurry :(

  • HNY

    shared by itisanormalname on 2012-01-16

  • #15114966

    shared by 13thfloor on 2012-01-13

  • #19364301

    shared by suizidekid on 2014-02-06

  • her name is CINDY!

    shared by robotto_dawad on 2012-10-16

    one day with her :D's Photo of the Day - March 13 2013

  • Doubles with 134340 #2

    shared by sobetion on 2012-10-15

  • Lunatic Highway

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-10-11

    After shooting a roll, take it into a dark room and open the film. Then sprinkle hot water filled with baking soda all around on the film, with flicking my fingers. Rewind it and put into a pan and pour water, and boiled it for about 5 minutes. Rinse and dry, and cross-deveop it. Done!

  • #17199788

    shared by lazybuddha on 2012-10-09

  • Summer 2013

    shared by zorki on 2014-02-11

    Some more summer shots from 2013. The Kodak Elite Chrome EB is not easy to handle, but I like this film.

  • #19296530

    shared by patorayado on 2014-01-14

  • Eurotrip №1

    shared by chourique on 2014-01-14

    Spinner 360

  • Saou, my village

    shared by frenchyfyl on 2014-01-14

    The best place to live in the world... ;-)

  • #19295946

    shared by candeeland on 2014-01-14

  • 秋の嵐山 -Kyoto in autumn

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-12-01

  • Macro magic

    shared by sudhashunmu on 2013-11-30

    I was stunned with the result as i took it with a very simple macro lens which was lying in my camera cupboard for decades....thought to give a try but the result no words got hooked to this new fondness to macro photography took it with a diana lens on a nikon adaptor for F80 Truely a valuble piece was that macro lens do check that lens in many camera store u may get one and start macroing

  • Xproed Pond

    shared by koduckgirl on 2014-02-11

  • #18940605

    shared by ropi on 2013-09-23

    I've been in bed the last 2 weeks because a medical condition that appeared from nowhere. Being in bed for so long makes you see things in a different way, you change your perspective and your priorities. You can get a bit depressed too (I won't deny it) but if you keep having dreams and ideas (and if you keep visiting your doctor!) everything becomes a little easier. So here you can see what's been in my mind this time, what kept depression away: SPRING IS HERE, so there are a lot of flowers in my garden; TAKING PICS, DEVELOP SOME ROLLS, MUSIC, MY SWEET CHIARA, who has been a huge support, THE IDEA OF GOING TO THE RIVER...

  • 宵闇幻想 -twilight fantasy

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-09-23

    EBS(exposing both sides of the film) filmswap with a great photographer fotobes. He shot on normal side first, then reversed the film and I shot on redscale side. Check out the lomohome of fotobes. Also, check out my article about this tipster [How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)].

  • #14822328

    shared by cohetesnaranjas on 2011-12-01

  • #14819901

    shared by nacarilegea on 2011-12-01

  • sunset of Lake Biwa

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-11-30

  • #14812774

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-11-30

    expired Kodak UC100

  • #14777373

    shared by lomoculture on 2011-11-24

  • first roll

    shared by erikagrendel on 2011-11-22

  • #14752351

    shared by earlybird on 2011-11-21

  • Very First Aerochrome Infrared

    shared by moodification on 2012-09-09

    I got my hands on some rolls of EIR Aerochrome film ... Wow! What an experience, these colors are really awesome! I was totally blown away when I finally got the negatives back! I shot the film at ISO 400 with an orange filter in the park of Castle Anholt near the Dutch Border.

  • #17140303

    shared by atria007 on 2012-10-01

    check the greats lomohomes please =)

  • Northern Lights Tour

    shared by shoujoai on 2012-11-26

    That's how northern lights look like in xpro

  • #17120908

    shared by fuckdaniels on 2012-09-28

  • #15991065

    shared by bravebird on 2012-05-06