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  • #22300301

    shared by manatees on 2017-10-17

    First of all, thank you @vicuna for the Kodachrome B&W recipe! I thought I would never see these memories again. I shot this film not knowing I couldn't let Kodachrome get developed anymore. Since these are the only pictures of my boyfriend's and mine first vacation together, it hurt pretty badly. The happier I am now :) i love the results. Developed it in Rodinal for 6 minutes and in the end I gave it a wash in warm water with washing soda to soften the remjet layer. Then I carefully removed it with a sponge. For the rest of the process I followed vicuna's instructions.

  • #22300305

    shared by manatees on 2017-10-17

    First of all, thank you @vicuna for the Kodachrome B&W recipe! I thought I would never see these memories again. I shot this film not knowing I couldn't let Kodachrome get developed anymore. Since these are the only pictures of my boyfriend's and mine first vacation together, it hurt pretty badly. The happier I am now :) i love the results. Developed it in Rodinal for 6 minutes and in the end I gave it a wash in warm water with washing soda to soften the remjet layer. Then I carefully removed it with a sponge. For the rest of the process I followed vicuna's instructions.

  • #22300303

    shared by manatees on 2017-10-17

    First of all, thank you @vicuna for the Kodachrome B&W recipe! I thought I would never see these memories again. I shot this film not knowing I couldn't let Kodachrome get developed anymore. Since these are the only pictures of my boyfriend's and mine first vacation together, it hurt pretty badly. The happier I am now :) i love the results. Developed it in Rodinal for 6 minutes and in the end I gave it a wash in warm water with washing soda to soften the remjet layer. Then I carefully removed it with a sponge. For the rest of the process I followed vicuna's instructions.

  • #22300299

    shared by manatees on 2017-10-17

    First of all, thank you @vicuna for the Kodachrome B&W recipe! I thought I would never see these memories again. I shot this film not knowing I couldn't let Kodachrome get developed anymore. Since these are the only pictures of my boyfriend's and mine first vacation together, it hurt pretty badly. The happier I am now :) i love the results. Developed it in Rodinal for 6 minutes and in the end I gave it a wash in warm water with washing soda to soften the remjet layer. Then I carefully removed it with a sponge. For the rest of the process I followed vicuna's instructions.

  • #22300287

    shared by manatees on 2017-10-17

    First of all, thank you @vicuna for the Kodachrome B&W recipe! I thought I would never see these memories again. I shot this film not knowing I couldn't let Kodachrome get developed anymore. Since these are the only pictures of my boyfriend's and mine first vacation together, it hurt pretty badly. The happier I am now :) i love the results. Developed it in Rodinal for 6 minutes and in the end I gave it a wash in warm water with washing soda to soften the remjet layer. Then I carefully removed it with a sponge. For the rest of the process I followed vicuna's instructions.

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  • #22300288

    shared by manatees on 2017-10-17

    First of all, thank you @vicuna for the Kodachrome B&W recipe! I thought I would never see these memories again. I shot this film not knowing I couldn't let Kodachrome get developed anymore. Since these are the only pictures of my boyfriend's and mine first vacation together, it hurt pretty badly. The happier I am now :) i love the results. Developed it in Rodinal for 6 minutes and in the end I gave it a wash in warm water with washing soda to soften the remjet layer. Then I carefully removed it with a sponge. For the rest of the process I followed vicuna's instructions.

  • The long walk

    shared by lomomowlem on 2017-10-12

    Coming in after a session at Sennen Cove, Cornwall. Tired but happy.

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  • These things will pass

    shared by lomomowlem on 2017-10-12

    Low tide at St Ives harbour where you could stand in the shallows and cool off, letting the waves wash around your feet.

  • After rain comes sunshine

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2017-10-04

    I made a hiking tour from Salzburg to the Königssee an on to Golling. I had bad luck with the weather. There was rain on 2 out of 4 days, so I had to shorten the tour. But there was a really crazy thing about the rain: Shortly before sunset the rain stopped, and the sun came through. It produced really intensive, crazy colors. The photo was shot with Fuji Velvia 50, developed in E6. So what you see here, are the "natural" colors. Somehow spiritual, isn't it: The sun after the rain brings colors in your life....

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  • Sunset at the hut

    shared by schwarzesauge on 2017-09-24

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  • Camogli, Agosto 2017

    shared by sirio174 on 2017-09-05

    August 2017 - A perfect combination: Lomo LC-A and Lomography CN100!

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  • #22105068

    shared by newmandrew on 2017-07-25

    Canon EOS 1v, Kodak tx400

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  • Cinemascope

    shared by montagu on 2017-07-11

    Trying out different masks on my 4x5, here one of my favorite, 1:2.39

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  • 25 Popular Articles on Lomography

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-10-03
    25 Popular Articles on Lomography

    From a film soup recipe to a chat with Lomo LC-A+ Amigo Elijah Wood, here's a look into 25 of the most popular articles that we published on Lomography magazine!

    2017-10-03 5
  • Lomographers Throughout the Years: Kylewis

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-09-22
    Lomographers Throughout the Years: Kylewis

    To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we are honoring 25 of the most iconic Lomographers in the community. We got in touch with Ky Lewis, a master of alternative photography processes.

    2017-09-22 14
  • Indonesian Lomographer Adi Prakarsa (adi_totp) on the Lubitel 166+

    written by crissyrobles on 2017-09-23 #people
    Indonesian Lomographer Adi Prakarsa (adi_totp) on the Lubitel 166+

    We had a quick chat with Adi about his Lubitel 166+ experience.

    2017-09-23 13
  • Lomographers Throughout the Years: Satomi

    written by Lomography on 2017-09-23 #people
    Lomographers Throughout the Years: Satomi

    For Lomography's 25th anniversary, we take a quick trip down memory lane with 25 of the community's most iconic members. Next up: Satomi Sugiyama, known to the community as Satomi.

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  • Royals (Indonesia #46)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-30

    The palace in Jogjakarta became over time a mix of traditional and dutch architecture, as the colonial power made its influence visible. The whole royal area became the ruling district for the invaders and the back alleys are very beautiful. The water palace is giving shade and the rikshaws riding alongside the ancient walls are great...

  • Royals (Indonesia #46)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-30

    The palace in Jogjakarta became over time a mix of traditional and dutch architecture, as the colonial power made its influence visible. The whole royal area became the ruling district for the invaders and the back alleys are very beautiful. The water palace is giving shade and the rikshaws riding alongside the ancient walls are great...

  • Royals (Indonesia #46)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-30

    The palace in Jogjakarta became over time a mix of traditional and dutch architecture, as the colonial power made its influence visible. The whole royal area became the ruling district for the invaders and the back alleys are very beautiful. The water palace is giving shade and the rikshaws riding alongside the ancient walls are great...

  • Royals (Indonesia #46)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-30

    The palace in Jogjakarta became over time a mix of traditional and dutch architecture, as the colonial power made its influence visible. The whole royal area became the ruling district for the invaders and the back alleys are very beautiful. The water palace is giving shade and the rikshaws riding alongside the ancient walls are great...

  • Royals (Indonesia #46)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-30

    The palace in Jogjakarta became over time a mix of traditional and dutch architecture, as the colonial power made its influence visible. The whole royal area became the ruling district for the invaders and the back alleys are very beautiful. The water palace is giving shade and the rikshaws riding alongside the ancient walls are great...

  • Royals (Indonesia #46)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-30

    The palace in Jogjakarta became over time a mix of traditional and dutch architecture, as the colonial power made its influence visible. The whole royal area became the ruling district for the invaders and the back alleys are very beautiful. The water palace is giving shade and the rikshaws riding alongside the ancient walls are great...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

  • Commute (Uganda #14)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-08-31

    When we departed with Muhammad Yunus in Bussi Island we still had some time to go on the road back to Kampala. I like being on the road, because it makes you witness very candid scenes of everyday life in Uganda. Like the cricket dealer, who gives you a box of freshly (maybe) fried insects. O the business man in suit at the back of a moto cab. And the deep standing shadows of the African sun...

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  • Durian (Philippines #26)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-11

    When jumping through Manila Chinatown with the great joy @plasticpopsicle. Escaping from the stank of the Durian...

  • Durian (Philippines #26)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-11

    When jumping through Manila Chinatown with the great joy @plasticpopsicle. Escaping from the stank of the Durian...

  • Durian (Philippines #26)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-11

    When jumping through Manila Chinatown with the great joy @plasticpopsicle. Escaping from the stank of the Durian...

  • Durian (Philippines #26)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-11

    When jumping through Manila Chinatown with the great joy @plasticpopsicle. Escaping from the stank of the Durian...

  • Durian (Philippines #26)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-11

    When jumping through Manila Chinatown with the great joy @plasticpopsicle. Escaping from the stank of the Durian...

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  • Durian (Philippines #26)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-11

    When jumping through Manila Chinatown with the great joy @plasticpopsicle. Escaping from the stank of the Durian...

  • Durian (Philippines #26)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-11

    When jumping through Manila Chinatown with the great joy @plasticpopsicle. Escaping from the stank of the Durian...

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

  • Malham Cove (England #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-13

    A few weeks back I had a week jumping from one place to another in th UK. Used that chance to visit my good friend Tom in Leeds. We went to the spectacular Malham Cove, quite a surreal limestone landscape shaped in the ice age. Rough and beautiful.

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