A San Francisco Adventure with the LC-Wide and the Sprocket Rocket

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A gorgeous day is a perfect day to try out some new films. Let’s go on an adventure through San Francisco and Oakland with my LC-Wide and Sprocket Rocket.

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I got off the train in the Mission District and passed by Clarion Alley. A great place to check out some street art.

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Next, I headed up to Dolores Park. It was still really early, there wasn’t much going on but I still got some fun shots of the Muni.

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I had a $50 Groupon for Samovar Tea that will be expiring in a few days, so I stopped by to splurge. I purchased a Japanese plate that came with rice tea, plus I ordered black iced tea, and… a $23 1989 Pu-erh. Sooo delicious!. While I was there, the manager came by and brought me some Korean black tea. I ended up with 4 whole pots of tea just for myself, amazing! And after all that, I still had $2 left to spend.

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Next I headed to the Castro District towards Twin Peaks. Not sure, as I am really into the X Tungsten film for how I used it. Will have to experiment more, maybe with my Lubitel.

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The entire time I used Sutro Tower to guide me. It was exciting with each time it got closer and closer.

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Finally made it up to Twin Peaks. It was an amazingly clear and sunny day for January. Not a cloud to be seen.

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Changed rolls to the Lomo Redscale.

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And took a few shots with the Sprocket Rocket as well.

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I develop my own film and noticed some bubbles on just some of the Redscale shots. I think they are from the photoflo, but I kind of like them!

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Headed home back down through the city.

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Love the way the escalator looks here.

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Quick trip to Lake Merritt.

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Peeked on the Occupy Oakland kids. Nothing crazy was going on when I was there.

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Final walk through downtown on my way home.

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What an amazing day! And more bubbles!

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The Lomo LC-Wide boasts the newly-developed 17mm Minigon Ultra-Wide Angle lens. This 35mm camera wonder is the perfect companion for your photo expeditions. It produces eye-catching splashes of colour with astonishing saturation and contrasts with the added versatility of 3 different formats. Open up to a new photographic experience with the LC-Wide, available in our Shop.

written by sixsixty on 2012-07-12 #places #muni #photo-walk #redscale #select-type-of-location #location #sprocket #occupy #urban-adventures #sutro #san-francisco #lc-wide #sprocket-rocket

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  1. sixsixty
    sixsixty ·

    Shot this in January and I finally got around to submitting it to the magazine! It was an amazing little adventure and I'm glad I shared it. Not sure why some typos and grammar mistakes were added after I submitted it though? I guess it's the beauty of Lost in Translation.

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