Tag: denmark

  • Capturing the Beauty of Life – A Talk with Esben Bøg Jensen

    written by jennifer_pos on 2015-04-01 #people
    Capturing the Beauty of Life – A Talk with Esben Bøg Jensen

    Warm tones, subtle grains, beautiful moments of everyday life – the photos by Esben Bøg Jensen, a young and talented photographer from Denmark, let us escape into our memories and dream about a never-ending spring. We talked to the photographer himself and couldn’t help feeling a pleasant wave of joy overcoming us. Read on and get inspired to search for the moments that make us feel alive.

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  • Kodak Ektar (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    written by eggzakly on 2009-09-06 #gear
    Kodak Ektar (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    There have been a few reviews of Ektar so far, but here is something I haven't seen yet: This is Ektar Xpro'ed!

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  • Tura Colour Slide Film (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    written by scootiepye on 2009-10-12 #gear
    Tura Colour Slide Film (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    No longer available but but but ... read on!

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  • Zenit TTL - The Teddy Bear Tank

    written by eggzakly on 2009-07-30 #gear
    Zenit TTL - The Teddy Bear Tank

    This is my go-to camera when I need an extra bit of control. This SLR is heavy as a brick, clunky, and oddly comforting to hold. A bit of a tank. On the outside it looks much like it's older Zenit siblings, but it's the inside that counts.

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  • Shanghai GP3 (120, 100 iso) User-Review

    written by eggzakly on 2009-06-12 #gear
    Shanghai GP3 (120, 100 iso) User-Review

    When googled, a few things immediately jump out: It's listed in the "worst film + developer archive" and you come across quotes like "For sure it is amazing, that such a cheap product gives negatives with a picture on it. I still would not bother to waste my time with it." (Georg Kern on photo.net) - this is definitely a film some people love to hate!

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  • Tipster of the Week: Film Should Not Hate Me!

    written by eggzakly on 2009-07-12 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster of the Week: Film Should Not Hate Me!

    She knows a lot about manipulating films and how to use them creatively, but Eggzakly succumbed to her undying curiosity and took things further with this experiment!

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  • FED 50 Automat

    written by eggzakly on 2010-02-05 #gear
    FED 50 Automat

    This little baby cost me $25 on ebay. It's a great almost-point-and-shoot camera for lower speed films, and a fantastic alternative to an LC-A if the $100-$250 is a little steep for you. It's a little larger than an LC-A, but the freedom of the battery-less selenium light meter more than makes up for that!

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  • Fuji NPC (220, 160 iso) User-Review

    written by eggzakly on 2010-04-04 #gear
    Fuji NPC (220, 160 iso) User-Review

    From smooth, realistic colours when processed in c41, to funky mints, blues and peaches when cross processed, this film gives you a lot of options.

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  • Botanical Garden (Botanisk Have)

    written by eggzakly on 2009-05-30 #places
    Botanical Garden (Botanisk Have)

    The Botanical Garden in Copenhagen is owned by University of Copenhagen, and has a history that goes back to 1600. As the garden, the university and the city developed, it was moved from location to location until October 9th 1874, when the garden opened in its present location. Close to Nørreport Station, it's open during the day and entry is free.

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  • Nørreport Station

    written by eggzakly on 2009-06-13 #places
    Nørreport Station

    Nørreport Station is in the center of Copenhagen and fully subterranean. It has three platforms: Metro, S-trains (greater Copenhagen metropolitan area), and regional- and InterCity trains (throughout the country). It's the busiest station in Denmark - approximately 300000 people travel through every day. Currently, it's the only station that connects to both the Metro and regional train networks.

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  • Shhh.. it's the Royal Danish Library

    written by eggzakly on 2010-04-03 #places
    Shhh.. it's the Royal Danish Library

    Strikingly modern architecture colliding with heavy brickwork from 1906 on the Copenhagen waterfront. There's a cafe, a concert hall, and The National Museum of Photography. And of course there are books too!

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  • Agfa Portrait (220, 160 iso) User-Review

    written by eggzakly on 2010-03-24 #gear
    Agfa Portrait (220, 160 iso) User-Review

    A reasonably priced film that can handle most of what you might choose to throw at it. Don't expect any craziness! This is a gentle film, the tones are mellow even when cross processed.

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  • Nørrebrogade

    written by larslau on 2009-10-05 #places
    Nørrebrogade

    Nørrebro is a neighborhood in Copenhagen beyond the old Northern Gate (Nørreport) of the city. With its 72,000 inhabitants on only 2.9 square kilometers (1.1 square miles) it has the highest population density of any area in Denmark - in fact the population density is equal to that of Manhattan. Nørrebrogade is the main street of Nørrebro going from Queen Louise's Bridge to Nørrebro S-Train Station.

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  • Nyhavn: One of the Most Beautiful Places in Denmark

    written by elfefee on 2011-05-16 #places
    Nyhavn: One of the Most Beautiful Places in Denmark

    Nyhavn, located at the end of Copenhagen's long pedestrian area, is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to.

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  • Tasma 65 (35mm, 80 iso) User-Review

    written by eggzakly on 2009-10-03 #gear
    Tasma 65 (35mm, 80 iso) User-Review

    This old Russian is a bit of an odd one!

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  • Fuji Fujichrome 1600D (35mm, 1600 iso)

    written by eggzakly on 2010-07-07 #gear
    Fuji Fujichrome 1600D (35mm, 1600 iso)

    Built for pushing, this film is long expired!

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  • Midsummer's Eve at Kirke Hyllinge

    written by eggzakly on 2009-12-09 #places
    Midsummer's Eve at Kirke Hyllinge

    How about a Midsummer's Eve bonfire to keep you warm in these cold winter months?

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  • Copenaghen, My 'Don’t Miss' Places

    written by -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- on 2009-10-14 #places
    Copenaghen, My 'Don’t Miss' Places

    The best thing in Copenaghen is the mix between old and new.

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  • Vivitar Amphibia - Below the Surface

    written by eggzakly on 2009-07-07 #gear
    Vivitar Amphibia - Below the Surface

    The Vivitar Amphibia is a little yellow chunk of plastic comes with a cool underwater housing for your Lomographic needs, both in and out of the water!

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  • The Zeiss Ikon Nettar II's Foldable Foibles

    written by eggzakly on 2009-12-04 #gear
    The  Zeiss Ikon Nettar II's Foldable Foibles

    I am such an idiot with this camera, it's quite embarrassing! No matter how hard I try, I always seem to be aiming too high or too low. Sometimes the pictures turn out nice in spite of me, but this is still not my favourite camera.

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  • Assistens Kirkegård (Copenhagen)

    written by eggzakly on 2009-03-01 #places
    Assistens Kirkegård (Copenhagen)

    This historical cemetery is the oasis of Nørrebro, a part of Copenhagen desperately lacking in green, open spaces. In summertime the neighborhood gathers to have picnics and sunbathe in the old section among the graves of historical figures like Hans Christian Andersen and Søren Kierkegaard.

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  • Canon Eos 300v a.k.a. Rebel Ti

    written by eggzakly on 2010-01-20 #gear
    Canon Eos 300v a.k.a. Rebel Ti

    A great choice for a first SLR if the idea of completely manual controls is daunting to you.

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  • Thorvaldsen's Museum

    written by eggzakly on 2009-05-12 #places
    Thorvaldsen's Museum

    A museum of one of a famous artist in sculpture, Thorvaldsen's Museum.

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  • The Old Town

    written by michell on 2010-11-28 #places
    The Old Town

    Just like entering a time machine and traveling back to the good 'ol days when "horsepower" literally meant horse power and tobacco was bought by the inch at the tobacconist's, Den Gamle By in Denmark surely makes for one interesting Lomo Location!

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  • Istedgade

    written by eggzakly on 2010-05-07 #places
    Istedgade

    Istedgade runs from the back of Central Station, through Vesterbro, terminating at Enghave Plads. The heart of Vesterbro, this is one of the most famous streets in Denmark, certainly the most notorious.

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  • Nyhavn (Copenhagen)

    written by scootiepye on 2009-02-28 #places
    Nyhavn (Copenhagen)

    Nyhavn a mix of old and new - a tourist hot spot and a must visit for any lomographer!

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  • Kissaway Trail Shoots with the La Sardina

    written by bgaluppo on 2015-07-22 #people
    Kissaway Trail Shoots with the La Sardina

    Our latest LomoAmigos come from Odense and Copenhagen, Denmark. Say hello to Kissaway Trail, a three-piece band that impressed the world with large string arrangements, epic harmonies and beautiful melodies since releasing its self-titled debut album in 2007. Armed with a La Sardina camera, the trio went analog and recorded memories through intimate lomographs.

  • Nyhavn, Copenhagen

    written by lihooi on 2011-12-28 #places
    Nyhavn, Copenhagen

    Nyhavn canal is in the historic part of Copenhagen. Nyhavn, which is near the sea, is only a few minutes' walk away from the Royal Palace, the famous shopping street Strøget, and the Royal Theatres.

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  • Two-For-One - LC-A Party Fun

    written by eggzakly on 2009-08-12 #news
    Two-For-One - LC-A Party Fun

    Due to a whim of the gods of Lomography, the Danish LC-A party became a two-for-one kind of a thing.

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  • The LC-A Goes to Roskilde

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-05-08 #news
    The LC-A Goes to Roskilde

    Eggzakly takes the LC-A to the Roskilde Festival this year!

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