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  • #318159

    shared by choconoodle on 2009-05-08

  • Holga Ektar Outing

    shared by merry on 2013-11-21

    I really like this film. i want to try it on 35mm. self developed in digibase C-41 kit scanned with epson V-500

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  • Holga Ektar Outing

    shared by merry on 2013-11-21

    I really like this film. i want to try it on 35mm. self developed in digibase C-41 kit scanned with epson V-500

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  • Homeless

    shared by falsedigital on 2010-05-06

    This man was sitting outside a McDonald's in Washington D.C. I didn't have anything but a dollar in my pocket and my camera with me so I walked up to him and kindly asked if I could take a photo of him, offering him the dollar in return. He agreed and ended up telling me a long story about how georgetown has changed over the years and how he's been on the street all these years watching everything transform. I lived in D.C. for 3 years and it changed a whole lot in such a short time...I can't imagine what he must have seen being there his entire life. Even though things were tough for him he was smiling the entire time he talked. This roll of film sat in my camera for almost 6 months in the worst conditions possible (hot steamy cars, baking in sunlight near the window, etc.) I wasn't able to process it any sooner. Well it turns out that the terrible conditions ruined the entire roll...except for this photo. Even though it's in rough shape...I'm very proud of how it turned out.

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  • #202737

    shared by stouf on 2009-02-11

    Shot from my first e6 process (http://www.lomography.com/magazine/news/2009/02/17/my-first-homemade-e6-process)

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  • #11931157

    shared by bravebird on 2010-10-08

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  • PADOW!!!

    shared by tommynorth on 2008-09-08

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