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  • #16112307

    shared by bonzone on 2012-05-21

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    shared by ale1981 on 2012-03-09

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    shared by ale1981 on 2012-03-09

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    shared by ale1981 on 2012-03-09

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    shared by ale1981 on 2012-03-09

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    shared by cryboy on 2012-05-18

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    shared by cryboy on 2012-05-18

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  • #13282420

    shared by lakandula on 2011-05-11

    The winners of the Energy That Moves The World visited the Petrobras building at the heart of the commercial district in Rio. Took these wide-angled shots to capture the vibrant energy of that part of the metropolis using expired astia which oddly turned yellowish.

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    shared by minchi on 2012-06-06

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    shared by -dakota- on 2012-05-30

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    shared by ryszardl70 on 2012-06-08

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-20

    Expose lower half first, and set a tripod upside down and expose upper half in the same way as 1st shot. To turn tripod 180 degrees, I used two panheads. About 10 seconds each. Using a cable release and black adhesive tape (to mask the light sensor of LC-A+). Vivid blue or purple colours are by trucks decorated with light bulbs. Needed patience and concentration...

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  • #15968703

    shared by lakandula on 2012-05-03

    Lomographing the peacock lamppost at Puerto Princesa's fishport

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  • Festa del aire

    shared by maryona on 2011-10-30

  • Festa del aire

    shared by maryona on 2011-10-30

  • Night out at House of Dub

    shared by ambeezy on 2010-01-13

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  • #14824543

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    A few weeks after typhoon Ondoy our yellow labrador named Sam died. He had been a very good company and security guard of the house for so many years. We were left with Blackie, our black azcal (slang for native dog), as the only pet at home. But 3 months ago, Blackie also left us for good. Since then the house has been quiet. Barely 3 weeks ago I brought home a cute brown puppy who has been the object of our attention. I named her Kayumanggi because of her brown color. To formally welcome her into my lomographic world (as she'll definitely be one of the usual subjects of my future shots) I took these self-portraits with her. She seemed not shy in front of the camera. This set was part of the roll I experimented with sinigang or sour soup. These shots were towards the end of the roll so when rewound they were innermost in the spool. Compared to the rest, these exhibited unnoticeable effect except for warmer colors which I suspect must be the cause of the hot temperature.

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  • #14824539

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    A few weeks after typhoon Ondoy our yellow labrador named Sam died. He had been a very good company and security guard of the house for so many years. We were left with Blackie, our black azcal (slang for native dog), as the only pet at home. But 3 months ago, Blackie also left us for good. Since then the house has been quiet. Barely 3 weeks ago I brought home a cute brown puppy who has been the object of our attention. I named her Kayumanggi because of her brown color. To formally welcome her into my lomographic world (as she'll definitely be one of the usual subjects of my future shots) I took these self-portraits with her. She seemed not shy in front of the camera. This set was part of the roll I experimented with sinigang or sour soup. These shots were towards the end of the roll so when rewound they were innermost in the spool. Compared to the rest, these exhibited unnoticeable effect except for warmer colors which I suspect must be the cause of the hot temperature.

  • #14824548

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    A few weeks after typhoon Ondoy our yellow labrador named Sam died. He had been a very good company and security guard of the house for so many years. We were left with Blackie, our black azcal (slang for native dog), as the only pet at home. But 3 months ago, Blackie also left us for good. Since then the house has been quiet. Barely 3 weeks ago I brought home a cute brown puppy who has been the object of our attention. I named her Kayumanggi because of her brown color. To formally welcome her into my lomographic world (as she'll definitely be one of the usual subjects of my future shots) I took these self-portraits with her. She seemed not shy in front of the camera. This set was part of the roll I experimented with sinigang or sour soup. These shots were towards the end of the roll so when rewound they were innermost in the spool. Compared to the rest, these exhibited unnoticeable effect except for warmer colors which I suspect must be the cause of the hot temperature.

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  • #14824541

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    A few weeks after typhoon Ondoy our yellow labrador named Sam died. He had been a very good company and security guard of the house for so many years. We were left with Blackie, our black azcal (slang for native dog), as the only pet at home. But 3 months ago, Blackie also left us for good. Since then the house has been quiet. Barely 3 weeks ago I brought home a cute brown puppy who has been the object of our attention. I named her Kayumanggi because of her brown color. To formally welcome her into my lomographic world (as she'll definitely be one of the usual subjects of my future shots) I took these self-portraits with her. She seemed not shy in front of the camera. This set was part of the roll I experimented with sinigang or sour soup. These shots were towards the end of the roll so when rewound they were innermost in the spool. Compared to the rest, these exhibited unnoticeable effect except for warmer colors which I suspect must be the cause of the hot temperature.

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  • #14824544

    shared by lakandula on 2011-12-02

    A few weeks after typhoon Ondoy our yellow labrador named Sam died. He had been a very good company and security guard of the house for so many years. We were left with Blackie, our black azcal (slang for native dog), as the only pet at home. But 3 months ago, Blackie also left us for good. Since then the house has been quiet. Barely 3 weeks ago I brought home a cute brown puppy who has been the object of our attention. I named her Kayumanggi because of her brown color. To formally welcome her into my lomographic world (as she'll definitely be one of the usual subjects of my future shots) I took these self-portraits with her. She seemed not shy in front of the camera. This set was part of the roll I experimented with sinigang or sour soup. These shots were towards the end of the roll so when rewound they were innermost in the spool. Compared to the rest, these exhibited unnoticeable effect except for warmer colors which I suspect must be the cause of the hot temperature.

  • Scale

    shared by tsingtao on 2011-10-12

    My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TsingtaoClick

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  • #12485198

    shared by lakandula on 2011-01-21

    I grew up watching Batman, Robin, Catwoman, the Penguin and the Joker on TV. That's why when I chanced upon a Catwoman comic book in a booksale, I knew it had to be mine. Took these fancy shots of the pages and doubled them with shots of pedestrians walking the streets towards their own affairs.