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  • Unique Celebrities en la Seminci de Valladolid

    written by sonya1980 on 2011-10-22 #news
    Unique Celebrities en la Seminci de Valladolid

    La Semana Internacional de Cine de Valladolid no sólo es cine, también se mueve un mundo alrededor compuesto de actuaciones, exposiciones y más. Esta vez lo analógico está de suerte y han traido una espectacular exposición que sorprenderá a todos.

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  • #14517228

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-10-20

    The first of the Lady in Red sessions...

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  • #14517229

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-10-20

    The first of the Lady in Red sessions...

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  • #14517230

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-10-20

    The first of the Lady in Red sessions...

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  • Ganador del Concurso Crea Tu Profecía

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-10-22 #news
    Ganador del Concurso Crea Tu Profecía

    ¡Tartas! ¡Casas pintadas! ¡Libros! Seguro tuviste fantásticas ideas para expresar las 10 Profecías del Futuro Analógico. Estamos impresionados de cuánto amor y creatividad habéis puesto en las obras de arte presentadas al Concuro Crea Tu Profecía. Fue un desafío elegir a los ganadores pero, tras un meticuloso escrutinuo, ¡aquí están! ¡Felicidades a nuestros ganadores!

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  • Make Your Prophecy Competition Winner Announcement

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-10-22 #news
    Make Your Prophecy Competition Winner Announcement

    Cake-baking! House-painting! Book-making! You sure had a lot of fantastic ideas expressing the 10 Prophecies of the Analogue Future. We are in awe of how much love and creativity you put into your Make Your Prophecy Rumble artworks - It was a real challenge picking the winners but, after meticulous scrutiny, here they are - Well done to all our prize-winners!

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  • For All, Lomography!

    written by sye on 2011-10-21
    For All, Lomography!

    Plagiarizing a famous announcement: For all, Lomography!

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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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-21

    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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • R19 at night

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-20

    this is not highway...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-21

    Expose horizontally first, and set a tripod vertically and expose a 2nd 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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-21

    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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    Expose horizontally first, and set a tripod vertically and expose a 2nd shot. About 10 seconds each. Using a cable release and black adhesive tape( to mask the light sensor of LC-A+). Needed patience and concentration...

  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    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...

  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    Expose horizontally first, and set a tripod vertically and expose a 2nd shot. About 10 seconds each. Using a cable release and black adhesive tape( to mask the light sensor of LC-A+). Needed patience and concentration...

  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    About 10 seconds each. Using a cable release and black adhesive tape (to mask the light sensor of LC-A+). Vivid blue or green colours are by trucks decorated with light bulbs. Needed patience and concentration...

  • 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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    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+). Needed patience and concentration...

  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-21

    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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    About 10 seconds each. Using a cable release and black adhesive tape (to mask the light sensor of LC-A+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-19

    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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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  • Chuo Freeway

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-21

    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+). Needed patience and concentration...

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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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  • Lomography Lookbook Rumble Winners Announcement

    written by cruzron on 2011-10-20 #news
    Lomography Lookbook Rumble Winners Announcement

    The most fashionable Lomographers have stepped out of the catwalk and into the streets with the Lomography Lookbook Rumble! Without further ado, here are the winners!

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  • #14088997

    shared by pocacosa on 2011-08-23

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    shared by pocacosa on 2011-08-23

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    shared by pocacosa on 2011-08-29

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  • soñar que vuelas

    shared by pocacosa on 2011-08-29

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    shared by pocacosa on 2011-08-23

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  • #14360039

    shared by pocacosa on 2011-09-29