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  • I stabbed myself to my fake death

    shared by quaisoir on 2009-10-25

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  • Doubles with Philippines

    shared by quaisoir on 2011-10-29

    Quaisoir x Projectsnap

  • Doubles with Philippines

    shared by quaisoir on 2011-10-29

    Quaisoir x Projectsnap

  • Doubles with Philippines

    shared by quaisoir on 2011-10-29

    Quaisoir x Projectsnap

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  • Brilliant BBQ Rumble Winners Announcement

    written by cruzron on 2011-10-28 #news
    Brilliant BBQ Rumble Winners Announcement

    It's time to put the shrimp on the barbie! Whether you're doing it in the great outdoors, or inside in your George Foreman grill, it's grilling time!

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  • What the hell is the Diana World Tour?

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-10-26
    What the hell is the Diana World Tour?

    Soon, the next stage of the fantastic Diana World Tour will begin in Taiwan – Read after the jump to find out more about this traveling exhibition of Lomographic love! The folks in Taipai are in for a real treat!

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  • #12421167

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    During a lomowalk with California-based lomographer Ceduxion, we visited Fort Santiago after walking around Binondo and having a hearty lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Took lomographs of the statue of the Philippine national hero Rizal against sunlight. Doubled the shots with random items found at home like candies and bottles of Body Shop products placed on tabletop .

  • #12421171

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    During a lomowalk with California-based lomographer Ceduxion, we visited Fort Santiago after walking around Binondo and having a hearty lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Took lomographs of the statue of the Philippine national hero Rizal against sunlight. Doubled the shots with random items found at home like candies and bottles of Body Shop products placed on tabletop .

  • #12421153

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    During a lomowalk with California-based lomographer Ceduxion, we visited Fort Santiago after walking around Binondo and having a hearty lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Took lomographs of the statue of the Philippine national hero Rizal against sunlight. Doubled the shots with random items found at home like candies and bottles of Body Shop products placed on tabletop .

  • #12421159

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    During a lomowalk with California-based lomographer Ceduxion, we visited Fort Santiago after walking around Binondo and having a hearty lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Took lomographs of the statue of the Philippine national hero Rizal against sunlight. Doubled the shots with random items found at home like candies and bottles of Body Shop products placed on tabletop .

  • #12421156

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    During a lomowalk with California-based lomographer Ceduxion, we visited Fort Santiago after walking around Binondo and having a hearty lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Took lomographs of the statue of the Philippine national hero Rizal against sunlight. Doubled the shots with random items found at home like candies and bottles of Body Shop products placed on tabletop .

  • #12421163

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-11

    During a lomowalk with California-based lomographer Ceduxion, we visited Fort Santiago after walking around Binondo and having a hearty lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Took lomographs of the statue of the Philippine national hero Rizal against sunlight. Doubled the shots with random items found at home like candies and bottles of Body Shop products placed on tabletop .

  • Выставка Russia & Singapore FilmSwap

    written by lawypop on 2011-10-29 #news
    Выставка Russia & Singapore FilmSwap

    Russia + Singapore Film Swap - это необычная фотографическая коллаборация ломографов России и Сингапура. Великолепный пример международного взаимопонимания и отличный способ взаимовыгодного обмена культурно-национальными ценностями.

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  • #12702989

    shared by icomewhenieatcaponata on 2011-02-27

  • #12702975

    shared by icomewhenieatcaponata on 2011-02-27

  • rocknrolla

    shared by icomewhenieatcaponata on 2011-02-27

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  • #14569248

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • #14569211

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • #14569314

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • #14569364

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • #14569160

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • #14569307

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

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  • #14569320

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • #14569156

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

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  • #14569278

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • #14569360

    shared by lakandula on 2011-10-28

    A few weeks ago I posted shots of Baywalk and its habitues before two consecutive supertyphoons hit the Philippines. Recently I had the chance to revisit the place. The coconut trees are still standing there - all accounted for. The statues are relatively unscathed. But definitely the unwelcome visitors had wrecked havoc as evident in the destroyed rampart, missing lightpoles and many vanished tiles. With harsh waves taller than the cocounut trees at the height of the ravage, I was expecting to see much worse. Portions of the once cheerful walkway on bright sunshiny days has turned now into piles of sandbags as temporary barrier as reconstruction is in-progress. New tiles have arrived and piled one on top of the other - waiting for their turn to find their niche in the whole rebuilding scheme. While the number is less than usual, habitues are slowly coming back. Bikers, joggers, fishing hobbyists and ambulant vendors are gaining presence - including some homeless people. These are definite signs of life in the baywalk that survived the torture of tropical cyclones. Looking forward to seeing it anew!

  • #14562194

    shared by lienchen on 2011-10-27

  • #14562193

    shared by blue-0610 on 2011-10-27

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  • #14562192

    shared by blue-0610 on 2011-10-27

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  • Cheating on Your LC-A + for Long Exposures

    written by megustastu on 2011-10-28 #gear #tutorials
    Cheating on Your LC-A + for Long Exposures

    How can we ignore the B-mode failure of our LC-A +? Here I show you how to do long exposures with your LC-A + using only one finger.

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  • Punkins

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-10-09

    My first roll of Sensia; loved it! Some photos were way over exposed, but that might've been my fault with the camera. In any case, I still loved the way they turned out!

  • Cheetah eyes

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-10-09

    My first roll of Sensia; loved it! Some photos were way over exposed, but that might've been my fault with the camera. In any case, I still loved the way they turned out!

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  • Sunday morning!

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-10-25

    My life in all of it's wide and tungsten glory! I managed to leave the film in the camera for about a week without rushing through it. However this roll seems to look more like Sensia or Astia...any idea why? I think it's my scanning, but I hope you all enjoy a look at my busy life!

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  • #14570671

    shared by geltona on 2011-10-28

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    shared by geltona on 2011-10-28

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  • Lomowalk with artichekt

    shared by moodification on 2011-10-23

    My lomobuddy and friend artichekt showed me his old 'hood' at the Rhein in Düsseldorf. We were so lucky with the weather and had a beautiful sundown. I really liked the buildings there, especially the Gehry Buildings. Thanks for taking me there, pal!

  • Lomowalk with artichekt

    shared by moodification on 2011-10-23

    My lomobuddy and friend artichekt showed me his old 'hood' at the Rhein in Düsseldorf. We were so lucky with the weather and had a beautiful sundown. I really liked the buildings there, especially the Gehry Buildings. Thanks for taking me there, pal!

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  • Lomowalk with artichekt

    shared by moodification on 2011-10-23

    My lomobuddy and friend artichekt showed me his old 'hood' at the Rhein in Düsseldorf. We were so lucky with the weather and had a beautiful sundown. I really liked the buildings there, especially the Gehry Buildings. Thanks for taking me there, pal!

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  • Lomowalk with artichekt

    shared by moodification on 2011-10-23

    My lomobuddy and friend artichekt showed me his old 'hood' at the Rhein in Düsseldorf. We were so lucky with the weather and had a beautiful sundown. I really liked the buildings there, especially the Gehry Buildings. Thanks for taking me there, pal!

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  • Lomowalk with artichekt

    shared by moodification on 2011-10-23

    My lomobuddy and friend artichekt showed me his old 'hood' at the Rhein in Düsseldorf. We were so lucky with the weather and had a beautiful sundown. I really liked the buildings there, especially the Gehry Buildings. Thanks for taking me there, pal!

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  • as 1...

    shared by b0rn2b1ush on 2011-10-27

    b0rn2b1ush started living and working in singapore this october 2011... this album documents their first dance: the awkward approach, the tentative motions, the nervous touch... the dance is a dizzying spell of a guarded 'hello' and an embarrassed 'welcome'. but the rhythm... ah, the rhythm... that will develop as soon as they start to groove to the beat as 1...

  • Lomowalk with artichekt

    shared by moodification on 2011-10-23

    My lomobuddy and friend artichekt showed me his old 'hood' at the Rhein in Düsseldorf. We were so lucky with the weather and had a beautiful sundown. I really liked the buildings there, especially the Gehry Buildings. Thanks for taking me there, pal!

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  • Lomowalk with artichekt

    shared by moodification on 2011-10-23

    My lomobuddy and friend artichekt showed me his old 'hood' at the Rhein in Düsseldorf. We were so lucky with the weather and had a beautiful sundown. I really liked the buildings there, especially the Gehry Buildings. Thanks for taking me there, pal!

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  • Honey

    shared by blustela on 2011-06-13

  • Campo San Barnaba

    shared by blustela on 2011-10-14

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  • Il campo porpora

    shared by blustela on 2011-07-09

  • Two for One

    shared by blustela on 2011-07-09

  • #14208076

    shared by life_on_mars on 2011-09-08

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  • #14208079

    shared by life_on_mars on 2011-09-08

  • #14354357

    shared by life_on_mars on 2011-09-28