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  • Cabbies on crack

    shared by flamingoid on 2018-05-26

  • Oh Escartefigue, tu tires ou tu pointes ?

    shared by flamingoid on 2018-07-23

    เปตอง

  • Dañs Gwadek

    shared by flamingoid on 2019-05-10

    Special thanks to @oliv0380 who sent me this film from France

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  • Cease to exist

    shared by flamingoid on 2019-05-16

  • MN84 theme

    shared by flamingoid on 2019-04-10

    There's an unfathomable tang to this film that I haven't found in other expired reversal films (RVM 8540 is a rare slide film designed for the motion picture industry and my rolls were from a master roll that expired in 2008). This is my first attempt at panning. I chose 1/15 as a shutter speed and followed the movement of motorbikes from the middle of a roundabout. I took three pictures but only this one turned out okay (another was too blurry and the other wasn't straight).

  • TOKYO

    shared by neja on 2018-02-12

    Birthday trip

  • TOKYO

    shared by neja on 2018-02-12

    Birthday trip

  • TOKYO

    shared by neja on 2018-02-12

    Birthday trip

  • #22535652

    shared by neja on 2018-02-16

  • Wandering around Tokyo

    shared by neja on 2018-02-19

  • East is best

    shared by neja on 2018-04-16

    walking around my hoods, old and new

  • #22638535

    shared by neja on 2018-04-11

    #whistable #kent #uk #seaside

  • #22638560

    shared by neja on 2018-04-11

    #whistable #kent #uk #seaside

  • #22638554

    shared by neja on 2018-04-11

    #whistable #kent #uk #seaside

  • Park life

    shared by neja on 2018-09-17

    It was great to hook up with my mates from those times when I used to live in Saint Petersburg

  • #22698392

    shared by vicuna on 2018-05-10

    I received my Naiad 15mm lens just before leaving for a week of holidays in Lisbon. It was a perfect opportunity to test this lens and I must say it fitted perfectly to the little streets of old Lisbon! More to come, so stay tuned! :)

  • #22698408

    shared by vicuna on 2018-05-10

    I received my Naiad 15mm lens just before leaving for a week of holidays in Lisbon. It was a perfect opportunity to test this lens and I must say it fitted perfectly to the little streets of old Lisbon! More to come, so stay tuned! :)

  • #22698402

    shared by vicuna on 2018-05-10

    I received my Naiad 15mm lens just before leaving for a week of holidays in Lisbon. It was a perfect opportunity to test this lens and I must say it fitted perfectly to the little streets of old Lisbon! More to come, so stay tuned! :)

  • #22712039

    shared by vicuna on 2018-05-17

    Testing my new toy, a Contax G1 with the 3 Zeiss lenses: Biogon 28/2.8, Planar 45/2 and Sonnar 90/2.8. And in the same time, tested for the first time the Ferrania P30 (80iso) film, processed in D76 (stock) for 7 minutes. I must say that this camera + film combo works very well together!

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  • #22761900

    shared by vicuna on 2018-06-10

  • #22921051

    shared by vicuna on 2018-09-02

  • #22921040

    shared by vicuna on 2018-09-02

  • #22921035

    shared by vicuna on 2018-09-02

  • #22921037

    shared by vicuna on 2018-09-02

  • #22975416

    shared by vicuna on 2018-09-30

    Still experimenting with stand development: this time I tried to process a Kodak P3200 film (shot at 1250 iso) in Rodinal 1+100 for 1 hour and the results are very grainy and dark (but the weather wasn't very fine this day). I think I must abandon the idea of stand development for high speed films, as the results aren't so convincing. Perhaps better to try with some low speed film from 25 to 100 iso like the Kosmo Mono or Ferrania P30. I'm curious to try it out with the JCH Streetpan though, as it's very contrasty and can perhaps gain something in the grey tones with this film... Stand Development experimentations to be continued! :)

  • #22975399

    shared by vicuna on 2018-09-30

    Still experimenting with stand development: this time I tried to process a Kodak P3200 film (shot at 1250 iso) in Rodinal 1+100 for 1 hour and the results are very grainy and dark (but the weather wasn't very fine this day). I think I must abandon the idea of stand development for high speed films, as the results aren't so convincing. Perhaps better to try with some low speed film from 25 to 100 iso like the Kosmo Mono or Ferrania P30. I'm curious to try it out with the JCH Streetpan though, as it's very contrasty and can perhaps gain something in the grey tones with this film... Stand Development experimentations to be continued! :)

  • #22975397

    shared by vicuna on 2018-09-30

    Still experimenting with stand development: this time I tried to process a Kodak P3200 film (shot at 1250 iso) in Rodinal 1+100 for 1 hour and the results are very grainy and dark (but the weather wasn't very fine this day). I think I must abandon the idea of stand development for high speed films, as the results aren't so convincing. Perhaps better to try with some low speed film from 25 to 100 iso like the Kosmo Mono or Ferrania P30. I'm curious to try it out with the JCH Streetpan though, as it's very contrasty and can perhaps gain something in the grey tones with this film... Stand Development experimentations to be continued! :)

  • #23020092

    shared by vicuna on 2018-10-24

    Tested my Lomo Minitar lens in the streets of Zurich, during a very nice and sunny day. I must say that I'm quiet impressed by this little lens: first of all, it's really small and discreet on my Konica Hexar RF, looks almost like a lens cap... then, the LC-A zone focusing system is perfect for street photography as you can instinctively get the right focus for candid street photos, and as you have the choice of aperture, you control the depth of field, and, last but not least, with the Hexar shooting up to 1/4000 of a second, it really allows to shoot in bright sunlight at any aperture! The results have a strong character (for those LC-A aficionados in love of vignetting and blurry edges) with a lot of contrast. It isn't the sharpest lens ever of course, but I think it's a perfect lens for catching the spirit of street photography! :)

  • #23020095

    shared by vicuna on 2018-10-24

    Tested my Lomo Minitar lens in the streets of Zurich, during a very nice and sunny day. I must say that I'm quiet impressed by this little lens: first of all, it's really small and discreet on my Konica Hexar RF, looks almost like a lens cap... then, the LC-A zone focusing system is perfect for street photography as you can instinctively get the right focus for candid street photos, and as you have the choice of aperture, you control the depth of field, and, last but not least, with the Hexar shooting up to 1/4000 of a second, it really allows to shoot in bright sunlight at any aperture! The results have a strong character (for those LC-A aficionados in love of vignetting and blurry edges) with a lot of contrast. It isn't the sharpest lens ever of course, but I think it's a perfect lens for catching the spirit of street photography! :)

  • #23020103

    shared by vicuna on 2018-10-24

    Tested my Lomo Minitar lens in the streets of Zurich, during a very nice and sunny day. I must say that I'm quiet impressed by this little lens: first of all, it's really small and discreet on my Konica Hexar RF, looks almost like a lens cap... then, the LC-A zone focusing system is perfect for street photography as you can instinctively get the right focus for candid street photos, and as you have the choice of aperture, you control the depth of field, and, last but not least, with the Hexar shooting up to 1/4000 of a second, it really allows to shoot in bright sunlight at any aperture! The results have a strong character (for those LC-A aficionados in love of vignetting and blurry edges) with a lot of contrast. It isn't the sharpest lens ever of course, but I think it's a perfect lens for catching the spirit of street photography! :)

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  • #23020084

    shared by vicuna on 2018-10-24

    Tested my Lomo Minitar lens in the streets of Zurich, during a very nice and sunny day. I must say that I'm quiet impressed by this little lens: first of all, it's really small and discreet on my Konica Hexar RF, looks almost like a lens cap... then, the LC-A zone focusing system is perfect for street photography as you can instinctively get the right focus for candid street photos, and as you have the choice of aperture, you control the depth of field, and, last but not least, with the Hexar shooting up to 1/4000 of a second, it really allows to shoot in bright sunlight at any aperture! The results have a strong character (for those LC-A aficionados in love of vignetting and blurry edges) with a lot of contrast. It isn't the sharpest lens ever of course, but I think it's a perfect lens for catching the spirit of street photography! :)

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  • #23066009

    shared by vicuna on 2018-11-17

  • #23066006

    shared by vicuna on 2018-11-17

  • #23066005

    shared by vicuna on 2018-11-17

  • #23119641

    shared by vicuna on 2018-12-18

    Testing the Nikon Ti in the streets of Vienna. I'm quiet impressed by this little compact camera: the lens is stunning sharp, the autofocus works perfectly and the exposure sytem (6 zones of measures) is remarquable as it allows always perfectly balanced and exposed photos. A must have camera!!

  • #23119640

    shared by vicuna on 2018-12-18

    Testing the Nikon Ti in the streets of Vienna. I'm quiet impressed by this little compact camera: the lens is stunning sharp, the autofocus works perfectly and the exposure sytem (6 zones of measures) is remarquable as it allows always perfectly balanced and exposed photos. A must have camera!!

  • #23131524

    shared by vicuna on 2018-12-25

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    shared by vicuna on 2018-12-25

  • #23131522

    shared by vicuna on 2018-12-25

  • #23131514

    shared by vicuna on 2018-12-25

  • #23145767

    shared by vicuna on 2019-01-03

    Having fun with my niece and nephew (aka @lomomargot & @martingraphy) during Christmas holidays :)

  • #23260158

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-04

    LCA 120 is failing me... Here are the first shots of my recent trip to Burkina Faso. I took the LCA 120 as the medium format camera as it's really easy to use in every situation, lightweight and small. But the first 2 rolls I processed disapointed me strongly, not because of these shots, but because these 8 shots are the only ones on the 2 b&w rolls I processed. I was worried about the batteries but they're new, and testing the camera showed no specific problem at first. But it appears that in strong light, the shutter doesn't open from time to time, even if does make the sound of an opening shutter... so, I lost 16 precious shots on those 2 rolls because of this problem. I have 5 more color rolls to be processed and I fear that the problem will be the same and that there will be very few medium format pictures remaining from this trip :( But of course, I shot also a lot on 35mm cameras, so there are a lot of other photos to come ;)

  • #23260156

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-04

    LCA 120 is failing me... Here are the first shots of my recent trip to Burkina Faso. I took the LCA 120 as the medium format camera as it's really easy to use in every situation, lightweight and small. But the first 2 rolls I processed disapointed me strongly, not because of these shots, but because these 8 shots are the only ones on the 2 b&w rolls I processed. I was worried about the batteries but they're new, and testing the camera showed no specific problem at first. But it appears that in strong light, the shutter doesn't open from time to time, even if does make the sound of an opening shutter... so, I lost 16 precious shots on those 2 rolls because of this problem. I have 5 more color rolls to be processed and I fear that the problem will be the same and that there will be very few medium format pictures remaining from this trip :( But of course, I shot also a lot on 35mm cameras, so there are a lot of other photos to come ;)

  • #23260154

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-04

    LCA 120 is failing me... Here are the first shots of my recent trip to Burkina Faso. I took the LCA 120 as the medium format camera as it's really easy to use in every situation, lightweight and small. But the first 2 rolls I processed disapointed me strongly, not because of these shots, but because these 8 shots are the only ones on the 2 b&w rolls I processed. I was worried about the batteries but they're new, and testing the camera showed no specific problem at first. But it appears that in strong light, the shutter doesn't open from time to time, even if does make the sound of an opening shutter... so, I lost 16 precious shots on those 2 rolls because of this problem. I have 5 more color rolls to be processed and I fear that the problem will be the same and that there will be very few medium format pictures remaining from this trip :( But of course, I shot also a lot on 35mm cameras, so there are a lot of other photos to come ;)

  • #23260157

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-04

    LCA 120 is failing me... Here are the first shots of my recent trip to Burkina Faso. I took the LCA 120 as the medium format camera as it's really easy to use in every situation, lightweight and small. But the first 2 rolls I processed disapointed me strongly, not because of these shots, but because these 8 shots are the only ones on the 2 b&w rolls I processed. I was worried about the batteries but they're new, and testing the camera showed no specific problem at first. But it appears that in strong light, the shutter doesn't open from time to time, even if does make the sound of an opening shutter... so, I lost 16 precious shots on those 2 rolls because of this problem. I have 5 more color rolls to be processed and I fear that the problem will be the same and that there will be very few medium format pictures remaining from this trip :( But of course, I shot also a lot on 35mm cameras, so there are a lot of other photos to come ;)

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  • #23260160

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-04

    LCA 120 is failing me... Here are the first shots of my recent trip to Burkina Faso. I took the LCA 120 as the medium format camera as it's really easy to use in every situation, lightweight and small. But the first 2 rolls I processed disapointed me strongly, not because of these shots, but because these 8 shots are the only ones on the 2 b&w rolls I processed. I was worried about the batteries but they're new, and testing the camera showed no specific problem at first. But it appears that in strong light, the shutter doesn't open from time to time, even if does make the sound of an opening shutter... so, I lost 16 precious shots on those 2 rolls because of this problem. I have 5 more color rolls to be processed and I fear that the problem will be the same and that there will be very few medium format pictures remaining from this trip :( But of course, I shot also a lot on 35mm cameras, so there are a lot of other photos to come ;)

  • #23260155

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-04

    LCA 120 is failing me... Here are the first shots of my recent trip to Burkina Faso. I took the LCA 120 as the medium format camera as it's really easy to use in every situation, lightweight and small. But the first 2 rolls I processed disapointed me strongly, not because of these shots, but because these 8 shots are the only ones on the 2 b&w rolls I processed. I was worried about the batteries but they're new, and testing the camera showed no specific problem at first. But it appears that in strong light, the shutter doesn't open from time to time, even if does make the sound of an opening shutter... so, I lost 16 precious shots on those 2 rolls because of this problem. I have 5 more color rolls to be processed and I fear that the problem will be the same and that there will be very few medium format pictures remaining from this trip :( But of course, I shot also a lot on 35mm cameras, so there are a lot of other photos to come ;)

  • #23260159

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-04

    LCA 120 is failing me... Here are the first shots of my recent trip to Burkina Faso. I took the LCA 120 as the medium format camera as it's really easy to use in every situation, lightweight and small. But the first 2 rolls I processed disapointed me strongly, not because of these shots, but because these 8 shots are the only ones on the 2 b&w rolls I processed. I was worried about the batteries but they're new, and testing the camera showed no specific problem at first. But it appears that in strong light, the shutter doesn't open from time to time, even if does make the sound of an opening shutter... so, I lost 16 precious shots on those 2 rolls because of this problem. I have 5 more color rolls to be processed and I fear that the problem will be the same and that there will be very few medium format pictures remaining from this trip :( But of course, I shot also a lot on 35mm cameras, so there are a lot of other photos to come ;)

  • #23278984

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-15

  • #23278983

    shared by vicuna on 2019-03-15