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  • #20924207

    shared by mot11 on 2016-01-02

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  • #21075363

    shared by peterpan61 on 2016-03-20

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  • Anne Hollond On Vacation with her Lomo'Instant

    written by cecilialeitinger on 2015-08-27 #gear #people
    Anne Hollond On Vacation with her Lomo'Instant

    Anna Hollond got her fist camera on her 10th birthday, and she hasn't stopped carrying a camera ever since. About a year ago, she sought to document her memories for her journal but didn't want to do so digitally, and got her first Lomography camera. Next thing she knew, she had a trove of instant cameras, as well as a knack for instant photography.

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  • Exposure Therapy: An Interview with Edie Sunday

    written by Teresa Sutter on 2016-05-07 #people
    Exposure Therapy: An Interview with Edie Sunday

    Edie Sunday's images are mystical, dreamy and intimate. The 26 year-old photographer, who has been fascinated by film since a very young age, draws inspiration from the female form and explores a realm between the conscious and the unconscious by playing with color and light.

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  • Out of the Blue

    shared by maria_vlachou on 2016-04-10

    It's been a while...

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  • Turquoise EBS in summer

    shared by hodachrome on 2015-07-27

    Turquoise EBS (Exposing both sides of the film). I had no idea what colors would appear when reversing Lomography Turquoise XR100-400. Upper half is normal side, lower half is reversed side. Turned out so blue! Should I call it bluescale? ISO200 for normal side, 100 for reversed side.

  • Out of the Blue

    shared by maria_vlachou on 2016-04-10

    It's been a while...

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  • Magic Konstruktor F

    shared by smolda on 2016-04-09

    My new Konstruktor F

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  • Sensia Autumn

    shared by smolda on 2015-12-09

    Autumn with Zenit-E with Helios 44-2 and expired Fujichrome Sensia 100. Thank you so much for the Sensia, my dear @schugger! :-) I absolutely love the colors! :-)

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  • Sensia Autumn

    shared by smolda on 2015-12-09

    Autumn with Zenit-E with Helios 44-2 and expired Fujichrome Sensia 100. Thank you so much for the Sensia, my dear @schugger! :-) I absolutely love the colors! :-)

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  • #21100205

    shared by tugcesoykan on 2016-04-01

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  • #21101269

    shared by merry on 2016-04-02

    lomo'instant

  • #21101371

    shared by duffman on 2016-04-02

    Purim-when the young orthodox get dressed up colorful and the grownup hasidims get drunk

  • Fun fair Nijmegen

    shared by ohpleasedontgo on 2012-04-07

    The sun was really bright and as the Elitechrome as well as my Horizon tend to overexpose I underexposed those by one step.

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  • #20879370

    shared by titch-shoots on 2015-12-02

    Wanted to take pictures.

  • #15953658

    shared by wil6ka on 2012-05-01

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  • Aizhan for look.tm

    shared by wil6ka on 2012-08-20

    I was stranded in Kasakhstan with plenty of time on my hand. But suddenly I bumped into the charming Aizhan Bekmukhamedova, who is running the fashion web-portal http://look.tm/ in Almaty. I asked her, if she would help me to organize a local fashion-shooting and within hours she came up with a handful of great models. This will be the second album of this series.

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  • Follow the white Icebear (Svalbard #13)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-08

    Even though you could possible see polar bears in svalbard, as they are the original habitants of the island, there are only few, who actually had real encounters. But no worries. You definitely have a rendevouz with the white predator at the airport in Longyearbyen in 2D or in realz but deadz...

  • Closing Circle (Burkina/ Benin #34)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-03-07

    I couldn't be kept away from the shutter while traversing through the Parc Pendjari with Stéphane. Honestly, nothing much happend, but I tried to be creative, using different cmaeras and films. And as Vicuna came to africa a mere third time, I thought I ought to tackle this previously untouched album...

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  • #20919304

    shared by heyhussain on 2015-12-30

    Lake District , Harrogate + few pics in London

  • #20919202

    shared by heyhussain on 2015-12-30

    Delta 100 Shot on Nikon fm3a 28mm

  • Madrid and Barcelona in B&W

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-12-09

    A few B&W photos from Madrid and Barcelona.

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  • Photo Collage Optical Illusion

    shared by mafiosa on 2013-02-15

    Tipster: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/02/26/instax-photo-collage-optical-illusion

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  • Winter week-end

    shared by peterpan61 on 2014-01-31

    With snow. Pleasure give. Spring flowers. Cakes and lights.

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  • The murderer is always the gardener

    shared by peterpan61 on 2013-09-16

    http://www.lomography.de/magazine/255643-die-gewinner-des-fotowettbewerbs-zum-kinostart-von-00-schneider

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  • #21025612

    shared by booboosimple on 2016-02-24

  • #21014135

    shared by elegia on 2016-02-17

    #35mm #blackandwhite #120 #silvergelatinprint #portraiture #naturallight

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  • dichromacy

    shared by andrejrusskovskij on 2016-02-27

    Lomochrome Turquoise test shots in Miami, the Bahamas, London and in the Italian Alps

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  • #21029331

    shared by why-yu on 2016-02-27

  • Inside the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals

    written by Teresa Sutter on 2016-02-06 #people #places
    Inside the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals

    Architectural photographer Christopher Payne takes us on a historical journey through the abandoned psychiatric hospitals that were once a distinctive feature of the American landscape.

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • #19147568

    shared by cryboy on 2013-11-21

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  • #18192102

    shared by cryboy on 2013-04-16

    Everybody knowns atria007, check her amazing home! Thank you so much Mery, I had a lot of fun with you! :))

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  • Coney Island and Tuna Subs

    shared by boredslacker on 2016-01-31

    Went on an expedition with other Lomographers to Coney Island, on the Northeastern side of Singapore. Its original name was Pulau Serangoon and it was a family picnic spot. It was abandoned for many years and when the Singapore government decided to develop the Northeast for housing, it was turned into a nature reserve park. You can now cycle through Coney Island and there is even a lone cow (???) wandering around somewhere on the island. There are also many fields of wild grasses known as lalang which are great for taking photos.

  • #20981461

    shared by oleman on 2016-01-30

    I have scanned these pictures from my old aunt's stash

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  • #20981424

    shared by kleeblatt on 2016-01-30

    #Diana #Turquoise #winter

  • Long Exposure

    shared by robertofiuza on 2016-01-30

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  • Weltreise

    shared by marder17 on 2016-01-30

    more information at www.knipsdiewelt.de

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  • #20888315

    shared by athenenoctua on 2015-12-07

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    shared by athenenoctua on 2016-01-24

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  • #20979380

    shared by anitafacndo on 2016-01-29

    Pacific Time

  • Camera test of my new Nikon F80S

    shared by heikerk on 2016-01-29

    Shots taken with my new Nikon F80S from Japan. The camera works great! Post processing was done by my lovely @cfehse. Thanks ;)

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  • #20979152

    shared by patatero on 2016-01-29

  • Camera test of my new Nikon F80S

    shared by heikerk on 2016-01-29

    Shots taken with my new Nikon F80S from Japan. The camera works great! Post processing was done by my lovely @cfehse. Thanks ;)

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • Going Under (Svalbard #11)

    shared by wil6ka on 2016-01-29

    It might have been the hardest photographic conditions ever in the polar station of Ny Ålesund. Because of the polar night in November, there was only glimpses of light around noon, Other than that only darkness and the lights of the buildings in the worlds northermost settlement. I was taking my free saturday to walk around and to take shots. As i was limited to only little weight on my trip, I had to decide which cameras i can take. For panoramics I decided for the XPAN and the very wide wide wide 30mm lens. Because I knew I had to expose the hell out of the frame, with swing lenses you just have a limit on exposure times. For the landscape picture I might have exposed the picture up to 4 minutes. But it was cold and windy and did I mention cold? So I had set the distance, the frame and aperture in darkness. I used a gorillapod with a release cable and because of the low level and the darkness I had to assume and guess the distance to the objects. I was a game of trial and error. I learned a lot. I am grateful!

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  • perfect day for a perfect day

    shared by kleeblatt on 2015-11-08

    #turquoise #autumn #sunday

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  • last autumn leaves

    shared by kleeblatt on 2015-01-06

  • little people

    shared by kleeblatt on 2016-01-11

    #little #people #M&Ms

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  • #20945140

    shared by rafapinilla on 2016-01-13