1. onkel-m
    onkel-m ·

    Beautiful composition interesting color !!!

  2. sirio174
    sirio174 ·


  3. emkei
    emkei ·

    very nice!

  4. yokekei
    yokekei ·


  5. why-yu
    why-yu ·

    cool shot

  6. akula
    akula ·


  7. af-capture
    af-capture ·


  8. retro-girl
    retro-girl ·

    wow - amazing red

  9. kitija
    kitija ·


  10. sobetion
    sobetion ·

    rad!!! Yes! i agree that's the best!! <3

  11. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Pretty amazing...!

  12. zonderbar
    zonderbar ·

    very nice

  13. jakkr
    jakkr ·

    wow, amazing!

  14. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    Thanks for your kind comments @onkel-m @sirio174 @emkei @yokekei @why-yu @akula @af-capture @retro-girl @kitija @sobetion @buckshot @zonderbar and @jakkr. I really love this shot !

  15. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·


  16. amaiahodge
    amaiahodge ·


  17. maximegobet
    maximegobet ·

    Belle composition ! ;)

  18. steamtug1959
    steamtug1959 ·

    Super !!!!

  19. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    Merci @steamtug1959!

  20. honeygrahams224
    honeygrahams224 ·

    Great perspective - makes an otherwise normal beach shot very interesting.

  21. holgardo
    holgardo ·


  22. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    @holgardo Thankkkks!

  23. marek_
    marek_ ·

    Nice ! Quel scanner tu utilises pour laisser les bandes du négatif ?

  24. fotosito
    fotosito ·

    Wow! Very intriguing.

  25. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    @fotosito Thanks!

  26. bonniwarbler
    bonniwarbler ·

    Hello! did you load the film backwards to make it rescale? I've been wanting to explore the technique but have been too timid. What sprocket camera do you use? I love you work! Have a lovely day!

  27. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    @bonniwarbler No, I did nothing. I think the film was too old or accidentally turned upside down at the factory. I used the Lomography Sprocket Rocket, one of my favorite camera!
    I love your work too, you have the real "lomo" feeling! :-)

  28. suzannelopez
    suzannelopez ·

    This is so so interesting!! I adore the reds, and the perspective and composition are just fantastic!!!

  29. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    @suzannelopez thanks a lot! :-)

  30. gergelyhando
    gergelyhando ·

    Ooooooooohhhhhh, my!!!!! So-so cool! Did you used nd filter or something, for example bulb mode? Just because Lomography recommend ISO 400 film for the Rocket.
    By the way, I just got mine from the Lomo Shop and load Cinestill 800 in this beauty. Can't wait the results :::)))

  31. frenchyfyl
    frenchyfyl ·

    @gergelyhando thanks a lot! No, I didn't use filter, but I forgot the film in my car for a whole summer day and I think the chemistry has gone bad. Happy accident!
    Sprocket Rocket is one of my favorite camera ! (especially with slide films cross-processed)
    See here : www.lomography.it/homes/frenchyfyl/cameras/3328515-lomograp…

  32. dimm1975
    dimm1975 ·

    Cool work. About film perforation - are you scanned with it or added afterwards? If you scanned - how you did it? Glass scan?

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