• #202739

    shared by stouf on 2009-02-11

    Shot from my first e6 process (

  • Kings Dominion

    shared by kingnate on 2010-08-17

    rollercoasting through it all

  • #11166583

    shared by bensozia on 2010-03-30

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    shared by porkchopsandy on 2010-07-04

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    shared by lolfox on 2009-04-20

  • #12395596

    shared by lomo-camkage on 2011-01-07

    I used a mini-projector to project some of my Favorite LC-A+ shots onto my friend Heather. Looks like it worked. I shot it at 400 iso because I thought it was Fuji MS 100/1000. I had to get the filmed pushed a stop to bring it out.

  • #11301576

    shared by ngmail on 2010-05-07

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    shared by hewzay on 2011-01-15

  • Lostal Lisboa

    shared by chaveta on 2011-01-15

    Una postal lomeada. O una lomo posteada. Lo mismo da. Es sólo un punto de vista.

  • Siberia | Rabota

    shared by wil6ka on 2011-01-21

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    shared by lomographics on 2009-08-22

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    shared by satomi on 2010-06-11

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    shared by satomi on 2010-05-25

  • Iskra, Damaged Film, Surviving Photos

    shared by herbert-4 on 2010-04-30

    Backing paper wrinkled and caught film!

  • Editorialisation on the Danger of Butt Photos…

    shared by herbert-4 on 2009-12-01

    Rollei 3.5f and the Danger of Butt Photos... Here is a photo of the Rollei 3.5f, the first camera I bought with my own money. I bought this at a garage sale for $25 in 1963 with Christmas and birthday money, when I was 13. My father used it occasionally, but my stepmother never noticed it. Anyway, I took it to my cousin Debbie's birthday beach party at Zuma, that spring, and it got several of us in trouble. Debbie had just turned 13 and looked like a dirty yellow mop, turned shag end up, with 2 large blue buttons and 2 fairy cakes with pink frosting in the appropriate places in a red and white 1 piece with ruffles on chest and butt and about 4' 6" tall. My cousin Billyjoe was 11. He and I were both very small pudgy boys in blue shorts. My cousin Butchie, a majestic highschooler in his own mind, was there with his date, a large, brunette, bottom heavy girl, wearing a red and yellow polka-dot bikini, too narrow for her butt-crack (bigger than him, and her name is forgotten). Her mother was there (and was absolutely colossal in a hibiscus muumuu) along with Uncle Neil (who was drunk) to chaparone all of us and several other innocent children. Also there was a large OD colour tent. When we were together, Debbie was Moe, and Billyjoe and I were Larry and Curley. Debbie hated Butchie's girlfriend and insisted we needed a photo of her butt-crack for future use. I had the Rollei, loaded with Tri-X. Butt-girl was bent over, head in the food basket, butt-crack wonderfully displayed. So, we snuck up behind her, Debbie pushing on me, and snapped the photo. Butt-girl noticed and came after us; we ran, but butt-girl was fast, so, I lateraled the camera to Billyjoe, who threw a 40' Hail Mary pass to Debbie for perfect reception. Debbie then ran full tilt into butt-girl's mother, who took the camera away from her, and stuffed it in her muumuu, down her decolletage (it fit). Debbie, Billyjoe, and I were herded into the tent and told to stay there for 1 hour for "meanness and egregious rudity". About 15 minutes later, butt-girl's mother kicked us out of the tent and shoved butt-girl in there with a sweater covering her butt and told her to stay 1 hour for "whining, butt crackage and egregious piggery". Butt-girl's mom had, apparently, looked in the food basket and liked the word "egregious". I didn't get the camera back that day, Butchie said he'd steal it back. About 2 weeks later, Uncle Neil drove over to our house (sober) and gave me back my camera. It was empty. Butt-girl's mom probably shot the rest of the roll (about 6 left), and that butt shot is in some forgotten photo album, 45 years in the past. I still have the camera. It works great. Butt shots are dangerous. Butt-girl could have caught us. She was about 5' 10" and about 190lb.

  • Red Steel

    shared by wil6ka on 2009-08-06

    In the US of A most buildings don’t have a long history, considering there are churches in old Europe telling a story stretching over a thousand years. Basically everything in the states has the charm of something new and fresh. And they made a great twist out of it, because everything is convenient and tries to hit the need of the one that uses it. Take stadiums or convention halls. While in Europe football stadiums tell a lot of stories, but it’s freaking cold and you might don’t see the whole picture. There it’s more about the glory instead of the functionality. But with every new stadium we are learning and by now we have a lot of those very practical Multi-Purpose-Sport-And-Convention-Thingies. And we learn from the best there is: The Staples Center. The Staples Center was build and is owned by the Anschutz Entertainment Group. A multinational company that not only owns various sport teams in the USA and Europe but they also own ... aeh….how can I say that….well bits and pieces of Michael Jackson. Hence they tried to do these fabulous shows in London and he deceased shortly before they tried to make money with everything left. So the “This is it”-movie was there idea and you could even keep the entrance ticket for the shows in London for a little fee. But let’s come back from bones to stones. The final farewell of MJ was celebrated in the Staples Center. But what is good for the king of pop is also good for the queens of basketball: the LA Lakers. I was lucky and Microsoft paid me a ticket for the final series last year. Quite exciting, not only the match against Orlando, but also the architecture of the center. In these halls it is possible to change the interior design within hours. There are also NHL matches and concerts. Quite contradicting actually. But everything’s possible in LA. Highest capacity is 20.000 visitors. And still they have built the center in 1999 in a way, that every show, every match is looking packed. It is almost 100.000 square meters big, but it looks that there are many tens of thousands spectators. For the Lakers, the stands are assembled very steep under the roof. Therefore you have from almost every spot a great view. The seats up front are reserved for celebraties like Jack Nicholson or Heidi Klum. Most of the stands is covered in Black shadow, the plentiful lights are all directed to the court. Like a coloseum, where the gladiators meet. It is actually quite a challenge to get a ticket, which are often sold out for years. So what happens is, that groups share a certain capacity of season tickets. And they are shared among them like a trophy. So seeing a match is a priceless treasure. The Staples Center is close the Convention Hall where many fairs are held. You get there by car on S.Figueroa Street 1111, though it might be tough to get a parking lot, at least if you travel in a limo, like most people do.

  • #11181704

    shared by amsyarhilman on 2010-04-04

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    shared by bravopires on 2011-01-04

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    shared by bravopires on 2011-01-05

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    shared by bravopires on 2011-01-05

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    shared by lomoteddy on 2010-12-15

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    shared by lomoteddy on 2010-11-28

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    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2010-08-27

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    shared by rodrigoalmeida on 2011-01-04

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    shared by stelazine on 2011-01-13

  • #12359217

    shared by webo29 on 2010-12-31

    This is what happens when you put two negatives into the scanner on top of each other - Scanner Doubles !

  • #11831004

    shared by webo29 on 2010-09-18

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    shared by karrixlin on 2010-11-03

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    shared by porkchopsandy on 2010-08-17

  • Zombie Pictorial

    shared by blackcoffeeandtantrum on 2010-10-04

    We found a box of old masks that we used to play with, and decided to have an early Holloween shoot!

  • #11263321

    shared by bravopires on 2010-04-27

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    shared by bergantim on 2009-07-24

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    shared by remi-boiteux on 2009-05-08

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    shared by remi-boiteux on 2009-10-15

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    shared by karrixlin on 2010-09-17