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  • Frühling am Dresdener Elberadweg. / Spring at the…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-03

    Eine Radtour durch den Frühling! / A bike ride through the spring !

  • Frühling am Dresdener Elberadweg. / Spring at the…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-03

    Eine Radtour durch den Frühling! / A bike ride through the spring !

  • Frühling am Dresdener Elberadweg. / Spring at the…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-03

    Eine Radtour durch den Frühling! / A bike ride through the spring !

  • Mit dem Rad durch die Papsfelder. / Touring by…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-03

    Eine Radtour durch den Frühling! / A bike ride through the spring!

  • Mit dem Rad durch die Papsfelder. / Touring by…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-03

    Eine Radtour durch den Frühling! / A bike ride through the spring!

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  • Mit dem Rad durch die Papsfelder. / Touring by…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-03

    Eine Radtour durch den Frühling! / A bike ride through the spring!

  • Sankt Petersburg, Venedig des Nordens, im April!…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-08

    Sankt Petersburg, die Geburtsstadt unserer geliebten Lomo LC-A und Produktionsstätte vieler anderer schöner Kameras. / Saint Petersburg, the birthplace of our beloved Lomo LC-A and production site of many other nice cameras.

  • Katharinenpalast in Zarskoje Selo bei Sankt…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-28

    Der Katharinenpalst, Ausstellungsort des berühmten Bernsteinzimmers! / The Katharinenpalst, exhibition of the famous Amber Room!

  • Sankt Petersburg, Venedig des Nordens, im April!…

    shared by jazztrio2014 on 2016-06-28

    Piter, die zweitgrößte Stadt Russlands, mit 2300 Palästen, Schlössern und Prunkbauten im historischen Stadtzentrum. / Piter the second largest city of Russia, 2300 palaces, castles and magnificent buildings in the historic center .

  • Toi Toi

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-05-24

    native grass

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  • NZ Landscapes

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-05-24

    Abandoned house. Wairarapa

  • NZ Landscape.

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-05-22

    Near Hunterville.

  • Makara

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-05-17

    Fishermens' Bay

  • Makara

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-05-17

    Wild windswept west coast bay in tranquil mood

  • Solace in the Wind.

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-05-17

    Public Sculpture. Max Pattee. He is often adorned with varied costume by unknown fans

  • King Country

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-06-03

    rural graffiti board. Kakahi

  • Broad Leaf

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-06-08

    lumen print

  • Art Deco Weekend

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-06-09

    Second weekend in february

  • NZ Landscapes

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-06-10

    Mitre Peak. Milford Sound. Fiordland National Park.

  • NZ Landscapes

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-06-09

    Milford Sound. Rainfall 200 inches/year

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  • Art Deco Weekend

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-06-12

    Second weekend in February. Napier

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  • Cherry Leaves

    shared by lomodesbro on 2016-06-26

    Lumen print

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  • I've never done good things.

    shared by popculturemaverick on 2016-04-09

    I've never done bad things. I've never done anything out of the blue...

  • Barbed wire

    shared by popculturemaverick on 2016-04-09

  • #21117899

    shared by popculturemaverick on 2016-04-09

  • Alassin Sane

    shared by popculturemaverick on 2016-05-14

    I DJed. My partner-in-crime worked as a shot girl. She got into the spirit of things (pun intended).

  • Six 35mm Vintage Rangefinders

    written by lomographymagazine on 2015-11-11 #gear
    Six 35mm Vintage Rangefinders

    We're back with another GAS-inducing camera listicle! This time, we're putting six notable vintage rangefinders under the spotlight.

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  • Lomochrome Purple - North Sea

    shared by nudels on 2014-04-07

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  • #19735948

    shared by nudels on 2014-06-16

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  • #14397962

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-04

    I felt like I knew her now, at least as well as one could. She was sensitive yet easy to be with, not the fickle, high maintenance girl I'd imagined. She always forgave my clumsiness. I understood that she had others, she gave her love so freely, so innocently, that I couldn't be jealous. I was happy to visit them and try and catch a glimpse of her. After all I knew, somewhere in the back of my mind, that she was as transient as life itself, and when she was gone, she would be gone forever.

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  • This has been a long time coming...

    shared by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-02-07

    When I was in high school, I found this poem by Christina Rossetti called "Remember". It's about losing a loved one. It spoke to me so much that it became one of my three favorite poems (the other two are by Shakespeare and Neruda). When I started doing Lomography a few years back, I wanted to do a series inspired by this poem. Unfortunately, I never got the chance to. Then less than two years ago, I got my heart broken so badly and this poem helped me through that rough time. The wound has long healed and I finally have the courage talk about moving on through my photos. So I packed my Belair and my amazing tripod and set off to Malibu - to shoot a series inspired by both the poem and my heartbreak. Of course, the results aren't as good as they would have been had I used my Mamiya but I'm still happy, if only because I finally got to do this series and because it's a labor of love. My boyfriend and I got up at 5 am to drive all the way to Malibu for this series. My hands and feet were freezing the entire shoot AND we got a parking ticket for it so I really really hope people will enjoy the photos, even if they're not amazing quality.

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  • Berlin Wall Memorial

    shared by ck_berlin on 2011-10-17

    "The Berlin Wall Memorial is the central memorial site of German division, located in the middle of the capital. Situated at the historic site on Bernauer Strasse, it will eventually extend along 1.4 kilometers of the former border strip. The memorial contains the last piece of Berlin Wall with the preserved grounds behind it and is thus able to convey an impression of how the border fortifications developed until the end of the 1980s. The events that took place here together with the preserved historical remnants and traces of border obstacles on display help to make the history of Germany’s division comprehensible to visitors." Source: http://www.berliner-mauer-gedenkstaette.de/en/ | Home developed and expired x-pro film.

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  • 時空の相反 when worlds collide

    shared by fotobes on 2013-11-26

    hodachrome and I have recently completed two film soup swaps.. One roll started off in UK, and ended up in Japan and on finishing the roll, Hodaka cooked the film using this recipe here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/02/27/lets-cook-the-film-the-recipe-of-film-soup The other roll started off in Japan and ended up with me in the UK.. On completing the roll, I mixed together some boiled water with silica gel and washing detergent, and left it to cool a little. Then I went into my make-shift darkroom and pulled out the film from the canister. Next I flicked and dabbed the soup onto the exposed film. I waited for a few minutes and then rewound the film into the canister. Afterwards I 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 I pulled the film out from the canister again and dried it with a hairdryer, and when done I rewound the film. The film was then developed at Asda, and scanned at The Vault in Brighton. We do not discuss what we have each taken photographs of, so the results are always a surprise.. More on hodachromes page here.. http://www.lomography.com/homes/hodachrome/albums/1995706-filmsoup-swap-with-fotobes-x-process

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  • #19582484

    shared by blueskyandhardrock on 2014-04-22

    What an adventure we had in Page, AZ. First, our hotel reservation was lost then our first night at camp was super windy that our tent collapsed and then we got stuck near Vegas going back because of all the Californians going back from their Easter break. But I would do it all over again if it meant experiencing the stunning landscapes of Page one more time. Check out my article about it here http://indietravel.net/explore-the-golden-red-slots-of-antelope-canyon-arizona/.

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  • ...you make me happy when sky is colourful like…

    shared by vikkki on 2014-11-06

    fall in love with this slides...getting sentimental now while listening to Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan! now i will never use negativ-film again ;-) 18 rolls left...guessing how long they will last?!

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  • #145318

    shared by punck on 2009-01-17

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  • Looking Back at the Great LC-A+ Race

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-06-21 #news
    Looking Back at the Great LC-A+ Race

    Seven years ago, in honor of the Lomo LC-A+'s 25th birthday, we launched The Great LC-A+ Race - a competition so grand, it required 100 participants from all over the world!

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  • #20922226

    shared by srcardoso on 2015-12-31

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  • Sunset in Sampa

    shared by crismiranda on 2012-10-03

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  • #20837619

    shared by suizidekid on 2015-11-08

  • 158230

    shared by sadiestoker on 2014-01-10

    Tunnelvision Lens is my new fu**ing hot lover !!!

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  • Perutz 100 Chrome very very very expired

    shared by freshmeat_omd on 2014-03-19

    Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...... Oggi vi faccio vedere i risultati del TEST Perutz 100 Chrome sviluppata in C41. STORIA IN BREVE Otto Perutz (nato 1847 a Teplice, morto 1922 a München) è stato un chimico che aveva finito i suoi studi a Zurigo con una tesi di laurea su un argomento foto-chimica e divenne direttore di una fabbrica di prodotti chimici. Nel 1880 ha fondato la propria impresa, una fabbrica per fare lastre fotosensibili. Questo è diventato il Perutz-Photowerke. La società è stata acquistata nel 1964 dalla concorrente Agfa. Poi il marchio Perutz che era diventata famosa per film a colori diapositiva è stata mantenuta in vita per un po '. TEST Bè....c'è poco da dire. Con una pellicola scaduta da 15 anni non si sa mai quello che può uscire fuori. Da questa prova con sviluppo in C41, si può dire che bisogna sottoesporre almeno di 3 stop perchè sembra che con l'invecchiamento, la nostra Perutz, sia molto più sensibile del normale. NB - Il test fa riferimento solo a questo lotto che ho comprato su internet e non su tutte le Perutz 100 Chrome del mondo. :) Non si sa come e dove sono state conservate. IN CONCLUSIONE Mi piace molto l' effetto di questa pellicola scaduta, regala toni meravigliosi ed imprevedibili, inoltre assomiglia vagamente alla Lomography Purple XR 100-400. Non credete!?!?!?!? :D

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  • #21260948

    shared by duque on 2016-06-17

    Kodak Gold 200 Outdated/Amsterdam/Nikon L35

  • #21260958

    shared by duque on 2016-06-17

    Kodak Gold 200 Outdated/Amsterdam/Nikon L35

  • #21269636

    shared by duque on 2016-06-21

    Kodak Gold 200 Outdated/Nikon L35/Amsterdam 2

  • #21269647

    shared by duque on 2016-06-21

    Kodak Gold 200 Outdated/Nikon L35/Amsterdam 2

  • #21269646

    shared by duque on 2016-06-21

    Kodak Gold 200 Outdated/Nikon L35/Amsterdam 2

  • #21269648

    shared by duque on 2016-06-21

    Kodak Gold 200 Outdated/Nikon L35/Amsterdam 2

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  • #21269676

    shared by duque on 2016-06-21

    Kodak Gold 200/Nikon L35/Amsterdam 3

  • #21269649

    shared by duque on 2016-06-21

    Kodak Gold 200 Outdated/Nikon L35/Amsterdam 2