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  • #21344041

    shared by jim_ccn on 2016-07-26

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    shared by jim_ccn on 2016-07-26

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    shared by jim_ccn on 2016-07-26

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    shared by jim_ccn on 2016-07-26

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    shared by jim_ccn on 2016-07-26

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    shared by jim_ccn on 2016-07-26

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    shared by jim_ccn on 2016-07-26

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

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  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

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  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

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  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

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  • Arches NP

    shared by schugger on 2016-07-24

    One more from Arches NP. This time a couple of shots from the namegiving arches :) I love the reddish toned crossed Velvia! This roll broke in the camera and I found myself later that day in the hotel bathroom with a towel and "operating" the film in almost darkness out of my Horizon. Not too leaky but another problem occured: after developing I saw all fotos are out of focus on the very left side of the negatives. Again the Horizon seems to be on strike :( Well, I´m curious how the following films appear...there are some more to develop.

  • #21339663

    shared by strbinka on 2016-07-24

    miyajima, island, japan, lasardina, lomography,

  • #21339665

    shared by strbinka on 2016-07-24

    miyajima, island, japan, lasardina, lomography,

  • #21339671

    shared by strbinka on 2016-07-24

    miyajima, island, japan, lasardina, lomography,

  • #21334285

    shared by lomopolar on 2016-07-22

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    shared by lomopolar on 2016-07-22

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    shared by lomopolar on 2016-07-22

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    shared by lomopolar on 2016-07-22

  • Turquoise Planet

    shared by gocchin on 2016-07-22

    These double exposures are self film swapping Iceland - Japan, Iceland - Hong Kong. I created another planet by Turquoise film.

  • Turquoise Planet

    shared by gocchin on 2016-07-22

    These double exposures are self film swapping Iceland - Japan, Iceland - Hong Kong. I created another planet by Turquoise film.

  • Turquoise Planet

    shared by gocchin on 2016-07-22

    These double exposures are self film swapping Iceland - Japan, Iceland - Hong Kong. I created another planet by Turquoise film.

  • Turquoise Planet

    shared by gocchin on 2016-07-22

    These double exposures are self film swapping Iceland - Japan, Iceland - Hong Kong. I created another planet by Turquoise film.

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  • Turquoise Planet

    shared by gocchin on 2016-07-22

    These double exposures are self film swapping Iceland - Japan, Iceland - Hong Kong. I created another planet by Turquoise film.

  • Turquoise Planet

    shared by gocchin on 2016-07-22

    These double exposures are self film swapping Iceland - Japan, Iceland - Hong Kong. I created another planet by Turquoise film.

  • Turquoise Planet

    shared by gocchin on 2016-07-22

    These double exposures are self film swapping Iceland - Japan, Iceland - Hong Kong. I created another planet by Turquoise film.

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  • Casa Batlló (Sant Jordi/Saint George)

    shared by mireiawonka on 2016-07-21

    I have been in the "Lomography family" since March 2013. I started taking analogue photos when I was 16, it kind of reminded me the times I was a little child (4/5 years old). I always loved the disposable cameras my parents gave me (so I didn't break the "real" cameras)...it is funny to think about it, because I actually consider those cameras really good. Lately I 've taking more digital pictures, no that I didn't before...I just don't have that amount of money (I study at the University...). But it is cool taking analogue pictures again (after a few months that felt like ages), and seeing that the results are unique every time, you never know what to expect, and that's the cool part of it!

  • Casa Batlló (Sant Jordi/Saint George)

    shared by mireiawonka on 2016-07-21

    I have been in the "Lomography family" since March 2013. I started taking analogue photos when I was 16, it kind of reminded me the times I was a little child (4/5 years old). I always loved the disposable cameras my parents gave me (so I didn't break the "real" cameras)...it is funny to think about it, because I actually consider those cameras really good. Lately I 've taking more digital pictures, no that I didn't before...I just don't have that amount of money (I study at the University...). But it is cool taking analogue pictures again (after a few months that felt like ages), and seeing that the results are unique every time, you never know what to expect, and that's the cool part of it!

  • #21331465

    shared by raab_ar-baar on 2016-07-21

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  • Tàpies

    shared by mireiawonka on 2016-07-21

    I have been in the "Lomography family" since March 2013. I started taking analogue photos when I was 16, it kind of reminded me the times I was a little child (4/5 years old). I always loved the disposable cameras my parents gave me (so I didn't break the "real" cameras)...it is funny to think about it, because I actually consider those cameras really good. Lately I 've taking more digital pictures, no that I didn't before...I just don't have that amount of money (I study at the University...). But it is cool taking analogue pictures again (after a few months that felt like ages), and seeing that the results are unique every time, you never know what to expect, and that's the cool part of it!

  • #21128710

    shared by eugeseveso on 2016-04-15

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    shared by eugeseveso on 2016-04-15

  • #21292938

    shared by daniel_liques on 2016-07-02

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    shared by daniel_liques on 2016-07-03

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    shared by daniel_liques on 2016-07-03

  • #21293083

    shared by daniel_liques on 2016-07-02

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    shared by daniel_liques on 2016-07-02

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    shared by daniel_liques on 2016-07-04

  • #21317403

    shared by daniel_liques on 2016-07-13

  • #21305604

    shared by daniel_liques on 2016-07-08