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  • #21325049

    shared by princesspeach on 2016-07-17

    #35mm #summer #july #aquarium #doubles #doubleexposures #color #kodak #kodakportra

  • #21323613

    shared by twenty-haitch on 2016-07-16

  • #21325071

    shared by princesspeach on 2016-07-17

    #35mm #summer #july #aquarium #doubles #doubleexposures #color #kodak #kodakportra

  • #18252281

    shared by carsten-schmitt on 2013-04-28

  • #21325001

    shared by theblues on 2016-07-17

  • #21325002

    shared by theblues on 2016-07-17

  • #17292209

    shared by carsten-schmitt on 2012-10-24

  • My first X-pro film came out pretty nice :)

    shared by norris on 2016-06-17

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  • #21324999

    shared by theblues on 2016-07-17

  • #21266534

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-06-20

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

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  • #21266546

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-06-20

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

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  • Girl behind flyscreen

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-06-20

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

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  • #21214828

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-05-27

    Scottish #Highland #Landscapes

  • #21266557

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-06-20

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

  • #21266540

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-06-20

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

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  • #21266542

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-06-20

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

  • #21266536

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-06-20

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

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  • #21266537

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-06-20

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

  • #21324029

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-07-17

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

  • #21324028

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-07-17

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

  • #21324030

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-07-17

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

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  • #21324033

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-07-17

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

  • #21324034

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-07-17

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

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  • #21324032

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-07-17

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

  • #21324031

    shared by tristandotphoto on 2016-07-17

    I filled my hand luggage with two heavy, all metal mechanical cameras with a combined age of over 80 and as much black and white film as the bag could take. I hauled it from Scotland to #India, then from the south to the north. I like collecting and using old cameras and lenses. I love the sense that someone before me has looked through the viewfinder and seen the world in their own way. There is something, maybe to do with their age or the precise mechanics that gives them a personality. They almost become my friends. I love the process of analogue photography and the time it takes to develop the film and produce an image... It is not instant. So often in the streets of India I would take someone’s picture and straight away they would ask me to turn the camera around to see their photo on a digital screen. I disappointed so many children when all they saw was the leather and chrome back of my #Minolta. They couldn’t quite understand why the image was not instant.

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  • On Top of Gulang Yu (China #12)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-07-18

    Gulang Yu, magical island with the devils mountain as grand viewpoint. The kids love it...

  • On Top of Gulang Yu (China #12)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-07-18

    Gulang Yu, magical island with the devils mountain as grand viewpoint. The kids love it...

  • On Top of Gulang Yu (China #12)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-07-18

    Gulang Yu, magical island with the devils mountain as grand viewpoint. The kids love it...

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  • On Top of Gulang Yu (China #12)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-07-18

    Gulang Yu, magical island with the devils mountain as grand viewpoint. The kids love it...

  • #21322826

    shared by ilcontrariodime on 2016-07-16

    Macchina fotografica al collo, un rullo scaduto nel 2004, musica nelle cuffiette, per l'occasione "Voglio andare al mare" di Vasco Rossi e via per le strade e le spiagge di Lignano sotto un sole rovente...

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  • #21325872

    shared by luisaingrid on 2016-07-18

  • We must get outta here!

    shared by carsten-schmitt on 2012-01-18

    Illuminated exit sign in a parking lot

  • Stained Glass

    shared by aka_papu on 2015-10-06

    Expired: 05/2005

  • Rectangular Staircase

    shared by aka_papu on 2015-08-19

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  • First Impressions of the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: Arlok Lam

    written by Lomography on 2016-04-30 #news #gear
    First Impressions of the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: Arlok Lam

    Hong Kong photographer Arlok Lam used the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens to play with Pantone colours and bring some sunny romance to her portraits.

  • Emily Soto's Enigmatic and Romantic Portraiture with the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-07-12 #gear
    Emily Soto's Enigmatic and Romantic Portraiture with the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens

    Here are some ephemeral and dark romantic photographs taken with the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens from New York-based portraitist Emily Soto.

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  • someone broke the bamboo

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-06-04

    at flyover Pasupati (Pasteur-Surapati), Bandung. I always love cotton candy cloud, the yummy delectable cloud after the rain

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 2nd frame Peter shoot "night view church" and I shoot dangdut singer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJErQDLzuCg unfortunately accident happen. My Lubitel's back was open when I grab it couple days later from my bag. It occur many time, the lock not unlock properly and it can turn to the direction which make the back open automatically when I grab it from my bag T_T again I destroy everything I touch very sad because it's the most precious camaera I got from lomography.com at wishlist rumble 2013 -_- sorry I'm too much whining

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 11th frame Peter shoot "historic building in the city" and this time I try to shoot the old building around jalan (street/road) Asia Afrika https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XD5LwlgX2OQ with splitzer peace sign https://www.lomography.com/magazine/217115-delectable-splitzer-pizza but fail maybe because the lens of Lubitel are not as bigger as fisheye lens

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 7th frame Peter shoot "Slovak girl on the city street" and I shot the dangdut singer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ff_BQ3zoas0 but not as close as possible and the Slovak Girl photo are covered again T_T

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 8th frame Peter shoot "Slovak girl on the city street" and I shot the overloaded balloon motorcycler just like this one https://www.lomography.com/photos/14841732 but suddenly the weather turn from bright sunny noon into dark cloudy meanwhile I have snap him with Aperture number 1/22. So to avoid underexposure result I snap another object. When I met @vespa66 on the street I ask him to pose, unfortunately only his vespa which look appear at this photo hahampura rip

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 1st frame Peter shoot "night shot historical building" and I shoot Bambu Gila (crazy bamboo) one of mystical traditional game from Maluku (Mollucas), Indonesia when 5 people hold the bamboo which moving by the spirit evil https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Su_7GsLtu-c --- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=En7kp8clJtY

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 12th frame Peter shoot "historic building in the city" and this time I shoot Persib Bandung official merchandise bus store https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5eb2tEN5fY but not as close as possible T_T

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 4th frame Peter shoot "night view view illuminated street lighting christmas" and I shoot the epic scenery from my rooftop after the rain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MluH0nicO4A

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  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 6th frame Peter shoot "Slovak girl on the city street" and I shot Lani Leyli, Australian punk rock vocalist, dj, model and now exercise instructor =p https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DPf2Bx1R64 but hey.. where is the SLovak girl? Aarrgghh the white cloudy Bandung cover her I guess TOT "unlucky is my middle name" -____-

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 5th frame Peter shoot "night view street with big valentine day heart in the center of the picture" and I shot two cute young girl dancer with a healthy grandpa join them above the dance stage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIOe8mFaOZA

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 3rd frame Peter shoot "night view view illuminated street lighting christmas" and I shoot Rika Rafika, one of famous Sundanese Pop singer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZfBK3K_6d0

  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 10th frame Peter shoot "statue of jesus" and I shoot hectic situation at Pasar Baru (new market), the most longest market that has exist since the Dutch colonial era (1500something - 1941) in Bandung https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N67SAaKWbeM

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  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 13th filmswap, this time…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2016-07-02

    Since I never got a great result at the previous filmswap because I think I'm very very don't think just shoot happy shooter, so this time I had lot discussion with Peter via message. He had a great innitiative to write down every object he snap and he wrote to me at the message so I can create the second shot and good bye don't think just shoot. But you know what, I only could do that about three or four shoot because the rest of the frame are just really don't think just shoot and I guess that's my identity. I can't be so serious about taking photo haha T_T. At this 9th frame Peter shoot "Slovak girl on the city street" and I shot the locomotive train at the very hot noon in the fasting Ramdhan month https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHWhLPk65lg the video you see (if you click the link) was when the locomotive train already far away. Finally I had one lucky don't think just shoot result because if I'm thinking too much at that time I should wait the next train which pass by below the pedestrian bridge I stand which was very hot and I'm on fasting

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  • Coloured windows

    shared by serranoid on 2016-06-12

    Agapia Cafe&Restaurant. First time with an analog camera. // Kadıköy, Istanbul. July 2015.