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  • whimsical daydream.

    shared by scrabbyknees on 2012-02-06

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  • Favorite March's Album

    shared by adzfar on 2012-03-09

    Enjoy! :)

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  • #14118110

    shared by omegaspence on 2011-08-26

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  • #14844759

    shared by devilfirzen on 2011-12-05

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  • #14800205

    shared by litleandi on 2011-11-28

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  • #14789792

    shared by tiano on 2011-11-26

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  • #14786282

    shared by blackorchid on 2011-11-26

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  • 'sleep'

    shared by scrabbyknees on 2011-11-23

    a short weekend trip on the KTM trains before they become obsolete. Some time roaming the outskirts and unwinding with friends!

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  • #14782421

    shared by saysaysay on 2011-11-25

  • #14710032

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-11-16

    Second part of the Lady in Red session... If you like this you might like the first part: http://www.lomography.com/homes/bccbarbosa/albums/1766498-lady-in-red-by-the-lake

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  • My random shot for this november

    shared by bulletofmine on 2011-11-17

    all the photos were taken during at my hometown, urban village, and selangor mansion

  • #14620547

    shared by lawypop on 2011-11-04

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    shared by lawypop on 2011-11-10

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  • Diaphane

    shared by bloemetje on 2011-09-26

    Made for a one-year exhibition @ Erasumus University Rotterdam Netherlands

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  • #14693938

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-14

    Vision is so powerful to influence our decisions about our lives. Its clarity may lead us to sound judgment of our volition and action. But vision may falter when we fail to check it from time to time. Always have a vision check and see what lens you should use to see the world in better perspective(s). These shots are experimental play on texts and images - fusing together quotes about vision with images I took during a recent cultural outreach to flood survivors in Calumpit - with the hope of creating bite-size inspirational messages.

  • #14693925

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-14

    Vision is so powerful to influence our decisions about our lives. Its clarity may lead us to sound judgment of our volition and action. But vision may falter when we fail to check it from time to time. Always have a vision check and see what lens you should use to see the world in better perspective(s). These shots are experimental play on texts and images - fusing together quotes about vision with images I took during a recent cultural outreach to flood survivors in Calumpit - with the hope of creating bite-size inspirational messages.

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  • #14653896

    shared by ornella on 2011-11-08

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  • #14693695

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-14

    Boring days push me to go crazy. One day I found myself creating art on fashion. Doubled my shots with street vignettes of EDSA - the busiest major thoroughfare in Metro Manila. This madness comes in two albums and this happens to be the first. Come and join me celebrate beauty in madness.

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  • Pangandaran Kite Festival 2011

    shared by istionojr on 2011-09-06

    I pulled the LC-A+ RL setting to 400ISO, because it was sunny but the result came out a bit under. - This film remind and reduce the sense of missed about old XPRO 100 that came out blueish when you crossprocess it. Love it!

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  • #14679748

    shared by kien85 on 2011-11-12

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  • #14624503

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-11-05

    Some more splitted images.. this time redscale. I really enjoy creating figures with the splitzer and sometimes shooting some more layers over it. Lots of multiple exposures... If you like this you might like this too: http://www.lomography.com/homes/bccbarbosa/albums/1770323-splitting

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  • #14662717

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-11-09

    My friend's cat has his own special hanging spot..

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  • #14677983

    shared by eiryn on 2011-11-12

  • My favorite lomographies

    shared by tikismeekis on 2011-08-08

    I know this picture is nothing special, but I liked the perspective from the ground looking up to this very high ceiling. It is not a great composition because I had to put the camera on the ground and shoot from there without looking through the viewfinder, but it turned out to be not that bad in the end. I love the feeling I have looking at this picture, that's why is one of my favorites!

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  • #11741124

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2010-08-27

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  • #14648765

    shared by gemmalouise on 2011-11-08

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  • #14669085

    shared by vgzalez on 2011-11-10

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  • #14633021

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-06

    The place looked like a ghost town. Well, what do you expect from a cemetery? But on the day of the Halloween or eve of November 1 All Saint's Day (which in the Philippines is the day when most Filipinos would start to visit the cemetery to pay respect for their dear departed until the All Souls' Day of November 2), you would expect movements of people in and out, here and there. While there were a few cars and people inside, still the atmosphere was of desolation - like a film studio after the shooting was packed up and all the actors and crew were gone and only the set remained. It was my first visit to the Chinese Cemetery in Laloma and so were my friends whom I went with on a photowalk. And I couldn't help but compare it with the atmosphere in the two adjacent cemeteries we previously visited - the Manila North Cemetery and the Laloma Public Cemetery - where commerce and tourism of sort were obviously visible considering the herd of people lighting candles and picnicking and the many merchandise on sale including free photo-op inside fuchsia pink painted coffins. It's a crazy fiesta. I guess the Filipino-Chinese community observe it differently and maybe on a different day. I really don't have a clue and that's something worth researching. At least the situation somehow was conducive for carefree lomography. I was able to shoot cultural indeces that are clearly associated with the Chinese (e.g., dragons, lions, Chinese characters, elaborate designs on roof corners, pagoda-like structures, etc.). It was already near dusk when we got inside so I was not able to see much of the cemetery. Maybe that's one reason to come back and find out more about Chinese observance of the day of the dead.

  • #14633047

    shared by lakandula on 2011-11-06

    The place looked like a ghost town. Well, what do you expect from a cemetery? But on the day of the Halloween or eve of November 1 All Saint's Day (which in the Philippines is the day when most Filipinos would start to visit the cemetery to pay respect for their dear departed until the All Souls' Day of November 2), you would expect movements of people in and out, here and there. While there were a few cars and people inside, still the atmosphere was of desolation - like a film studio after the shooting was packed up and all the actors and crew were gone and only the set remained. It was my first visit to the Chinese Cemetery in Laloma and so were my friends whom I went with on a photowalk. And I couldn't help but compare it with the atmosphere in the two adjacent cemeteries we previously visited - the Manila North Cemetery and the Laloma Public Cemetery - where commerce and tourism of sort were obviously visible considering the herd of people lighting candles and picnicking and the many merchandise on sale including free photo-op inside fuchsia pink painted coffins. It's a crazy fiesta. I guess the Filipino-Chinese community observe it differently and maybe on a different day. I really don't have a clue and that's something worth researching. At least the situation somehow was conducive for carefree lomography. I was able to shoot cultural indeces that are clearly associated with the Chinese (e.g., dragons, lions, Chinese characters, elaborate designs on roof corners, pagoda-like structures, etc.). It was already near dusk when we got inside so I was not able to see much of the cemetery. Maybe that's one reason to come back and find out more about Chinese observance of the day of the dead.

  • #14659867

    shared by stratski on 2011-11-09

    The first roll of redscale I shot was a slight disappointment. The lab people had messed up my negatives, and claimed they couldn't scan half the pictures. Since then I have bought a scanner and a processing machine and never have to deal with labs anymore. Yesterday I came across those old redscale negatives and decided to re-scan them. Not only are my scans better then the original prints, there are even more forgotten pictures then I thought!

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  • #14623632

    shared by stratski on 2011-11-04

  • Autumn bridge

    shared by moodification on 2011-11-09

    They build a new bridge over the river Ruhr in Oberhausen, which looks pretty cool, so I took my Lubi for an autumn walk.

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  • Autumn bridge

    shared by moodification on 2011-11-09

    They build a new bridge over the river Ruhr in Oberhausen, which looks pretty cool, so I took my Lubi for an autumn walk.

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  • Autumn bridge

    shared by moodification on 2011-11-09

    They build a new bridge over the river Ruhr in Oberhausen, which looks pretty cool, so I took my Lubi for an autumn walk.

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  • Dangerous x Wild Child

    shared by dizzyg on 2011-10-12

    My first double exposure test...

  • #14620515

    shared by lawypop on 2011-11-04

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  • 2011 - 365 Photo Project

    shared by spoeker on 2011-02-27

    02-15 // Hello London! The most beautiful shoes!

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  • #14510490

    shared by messenjah on 2011-10-20

    These are the photos I have managed to take in those 3 busy days I spent in London this October.

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  • #14514070

    shared by albeelee on 2011-10-20

    I went to a summer trip with my boy friend and my friend in Aug. The first day we came to the aquarium! It's really the most beautiful aquarium in my country :) The weather was hot and hot! But I really love the sea!

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  • #14651939

    shared by albeelee on 2011-11-08

    I went to a summer trip with my boy friend and my friend in Aug. The first day we came to the aquarium! It's really the most beautiful aquarium in my country :) The weather was hot and hot! But I really love the sea!

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  • #14380229

    shared by jcgepte on 2011-10-02

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    shared by jcgepte on 2011-10-01

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  • #1392413

    shared by jcgepte on 2008-09-09

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  • Lomo LC-A Refurbished - Kodak EBX

    shared by adzfar on 2011-09-15

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  • Outing with newbie at Batu Caves, Selangor

    shared by adzfar on 2011-11-05

    Okay, I bought this Kodak Elite chrome EB (100) film from China. I love this film so much because the color is beautiful once cross processing. Comments and critics are allowed. Thank you.

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  • 4/23

    shared by lisabegusch on 2011-05-13

    First rolls shot with Lomography CN 800 film on my new Diana +.

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    shared by lisabegusch on 2011-10-07

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  • Gärten der Welt

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2011-11-06

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  • My teacher's Rolleiflex

    shared by natalieerachel on 2011-11-07

    Attempted self doubles with galaxy photos with the computer screen. Unfortunately the day time photos completely wiped out the stars. But the night shots came out quite nicely. I'll have to try this again!

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  • My new acquisition, for only 2 euros in Summer in…

    shared by valennano on 2011-11-03

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