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  • Reel Life - Finding Vivian Maier

    written by cheeo on 2017-11-15 #videos
    Reel Life - Finding Vivian Maier

    By chance or destiny, Vivian Maier became one of the world's celebrated street photographers upon the discovery of her work.

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2017-11-09

    Instant Mix JULI 2017

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    shared by takechatmiaou on 2017-10-25

  • Autumn in the Library

    shared by razocharovaniegoda on 2017-10-25

    #lubitel #pinkhair #pink #library #portrait #coloredhair #dyedhair #books #moscow #garage #young

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    shared by frauspatzi on 2012-01-26

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  • Stuffed raccoon - Chilliwack Fair BC #Canada

    shared by akula on 2017-07-30

    Self developed negatives, post processed with a candle flame. Indeed. These negatives have been melted and distorted over an open flame. #Canada

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    shared by myfridayfilms on 2017-11-09

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  • #5591377

    shared by lomokev on 2006-11-18

    This photo by lomokev comes from the archives of the former lomography.com

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  • #16671824

    shared by frauspatzi on 2012-07-31

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  • The Bay

    shared by akula on 2017-08-17

    Sitting on the dock of whaler bay

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  • #14431350

    shared by frauspatzi on 2011-10-09

    ...for this photo i took a yellow-filter ;-)

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    shared by frauspatzi on 2012-02-23

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  • My first try with a color infrared film...

    shared by frauspatzi on 2011-09-08

    I used a orange filter...

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    shared by dennyboy on 2017-11-09

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    shared by roman11s on 2017-11-09

    svema poetry

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    shared by roman11s on 2017-11-09

    svema poetry

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    shared by amomene on 2017-11-09

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    shared by roman11s on 2017-11-09

    svema poetry

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    shared by roman11s on 2017-11-09

    svema poetry

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    shared by roman11s on 2017-11-09

    svema poetry

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  • Giulia

    shared by matteosergo on 2017-11-09

    #stranger #portrait #portraiture #autumn #sunset #natural #light #nikon #50mm

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  • Luca Ortolani: in Milan with the New Petzval 58 Bokeh Control

    written by lomosmarti on 2017-11-09 #gear #people
    Luca Ortolani: in Milan with the New Petzval 58 Bokeh Control

    Luca Ortolani is a talented portrait photographer with a really captivating style. He took the New Petzval 58 Bokeh Control along with him around the cities of Milan, where he realized some nice glamour shots.

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  • Gear Envy - Project Deco Olympus 35RC by Steve Lloyd

    written by cheeo on 2017-10-29 #gear
    Gear Envy - Project Deco Olympus 35RC by Steve Lloyd

    If this custom camera work doesn't make you want a one-off, then we don't know what will.

  • The Lomo’Instant Square Is Shipping Early!

    written by Lomography on 2017-10-28 #gear
    The Lomo’Instant Square Is Shipping Early!

    Get ready, Kickstarter backers — your super creative, dual-format instant inspirations will be rocketing to your doorstep in just two short months.

  • Still Surreal: Snapshots with the New and Improved LomoChrome Purple Film

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-26 #culture
    Still Surreal: Snapshots with the New and Improved LomoChrome Purple Film

    New formula, a more surreal look. See what our community members have been photographing with the new and improved LomoChrome Purple film!

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  • A Lens for Every Occasion With the Diana F+

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-23
    A Lens for Every Occasion With the Diana F+

    Gearing for intimate close-ups or clear and crisp shots? We have you covered.

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  • Emotional Spectrum in Pictures: Framing "Waldeinsamkeit"

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-15 #culture
    Emotional Spectrum in Pictures: Framing "Waldeinsamkeit"

    Photography isn't just about the visuals, technicalities or equipment. To be a photographer, you have to capture the unseen and the abstract. And when you do, you grow one step empathetic. Here we review Lomographs that straight out speak of human emotions.

    2017-10-15
  • Diana F+: Three Cheers For Ten Years Winners

    written by Lomography on 2017-10-16 #news
    Diana F+: Three Cheers For Ten Years Winners

    Discover the dazzling shots that will grace the packaging of our commemorative Diana F+ camera!

    2017-10-16 4
  • Film Is Not Dead: The Portland Darkroom

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-16 #places
    Film Is Not Dead: The Portland Darkroom

    The Portland Darkroom will be the new public access go-to in the area when the Newspace Center for Photography recently closed down this July. The core group from the old center though will save the film community through this crowdfunding campaign.

    2017-10-16
  • Best of Diana F+: Memorable Portraits

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-16
    Best of Diana F+: Memorable Portraits

    Ever since the Diana F+ camera was introduced, we knew it was going to be iconic! People from all different parts of the world were crazy about it and to this moment on beautiful photographs had been made.

    2017-10-16 1
  • Masao Yamamoto: Photographs of Quiet Stillness

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-17 #culture
    Masao Yamamoto: Photographs of Quiet Stillness

    Photographs are synonymous to haiku poems in the work of Japanese photographer Masao Yamamoto. Each image presents a moment in life that is fleeting, but through his camera, his audience can enjoy the transience.

    2017-10-17
  • Best of Diana F+: Multiple Exposure

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-17 #culture
    Best of Diana F+: Multiple Exposure

    To celebrate a decade of the Diana F+, we collected the best images taken with this classic Lomography camera. Watch how it rearranged and reshaped the world in this gallery of mind-boggling multiple exposures.

    2017-10-17
  • My First Date with the Diana F+: @orangebird

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-16 #people
    My First Date with the Diana F+: @orangebird

    In honor of the Diana F+ camera's 10 year anniversary, lomographer @orangebird shares the story of his/her first date with the Diana F+.

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  • LomoAmigo Erhan Baran and LomoChrome Purple Portraits

    written by nural on 2017-10-15 #people
    LomoAmigo Erhan Baran and LomoChrome Purple Portraits

    Erhan Baran, who lives in Silivri, used the New LomoChrome Purple Film in his recent portraits. If you are curious about his photos, that were mainly taken in green areas and his comments, keep reading!

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  • Lomo'Instant Square: Captured Tales from the Party

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-13 #news
    Lomo'Instant Square: Captured Tales from the Party

    Throwing an awesome party is always a good idea! Invite a couple of friends over and dance until your feet hurt. A reunion with old friends will bring up lots of old memories and encourage you to make new ones.

  • Visit Lomography at the Photo+ Expo in NYC!

    written by Lomography NYC on 2017-10-10 #news #places
    Visit Lomography at the Photo+ Expo in NYC!

    Calling Lomographers everywhere, we are pleased to announce that once again we will be exhibiting at NYC's Photo+ Expo this year! Make sure to use the link to register so you can attend this massive photography expo absolutely FREE!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

    1
  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!

  • Psychadelic Film Soup! Street Art Vs Dinosaurs!

    shared by grindhousegirl on 2013-04-13

    I love to experiment and create interesting images rather than technically accurate photographs. This film soup was made by adding 2 cups of Asda Moonflower and Ylang Ylang washing powder to a bowl of tepid water. I dropped 2 films in and left them over night. I removed the films and transferred them to the airing cupboard for a further 2 days. The films were then left degrading in my room for about a month before I got round to shooting them. Before shooting I just used my hairdryer and dark bag to give them a quick blast. Despite the drying time the films had a stickiness too them which didn't really go. I shot this film once on my LC-Wide of images of Street Art in the Brick Lane and Shoreditch area of East London. I then transferred the film to my Pentax ME Super and shot the dinosaur exhibits at the Natural History Museum. When the film was finished I rewound, however to my dismay the film had come off the spool and I exposed it to the light. It took me a minute to get the back on before I considered most of the film had been destroyed. I don't know if these neon colours are as a result of the soup or my light leak. I find with the Pentax ME Super the film is wound so loose that a great deal of light may have penetrated this film. I have another film to develop from this batch so I will confirm the outcome after my next batch of processing which had no light leaks!