Tag: lost and found

  • Found: Lost Negatives in Melbourne, Australia

    written by basterda on 2011-04-18 #news
    Found: Lost Negatives in Melbourne, Australia

    After almost six years (and still counting), will these smirched, tarnished, and worn-out negatives still find their way to their real photographer? Let us find a way to do so. Analogue forces, volt in!

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  • Bare: My Beloved Fed 2

    written by sirio174 on 2012-04-17 #gear
    Bare: My Beloved Fed 2

    All fans of russian rangefinder cameras known the legendary Fed 2, but this one has something special! Why? Read this article!

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  • Lost and Found: Family Snapshots with a Stolen Agfa Optima IIS Camera

    written by sirio174 on 2012-05-01
    Lost and Found: Family Snapshots with a Stolen Agfa Optima IIS Camera

    In the '60s, my parents bought an Agfa Optima IIS, a fully-automatic 35mm camera. With this camera, they have made many photos of our family. Until in the '70s, when the camera was stolen. Recently, I found an identical camera on eBay, still working perfectly, and I immediately I bought it!

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  • Lost and Found: The Disposable Camera Which Was Found 4 Years Later

    written by carlota_nonnumquam on 2012-04-09
    Lost and Found: The Disposable Camera Which Was Found 4 Years Later

    About 4 years ago me, my sister and my cousins shot a roll of film on a disposable camera. We never developed the film and we completely forgot about it, until a few months ago when me and my sister found the camera! Read on to know more about the photos that were in it.

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  • Lost and Found: My Mom's 110 Memories

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-06-22
    Lost and Found: My Mom's 110 Memories

    You really never know what awesome stuff you may come across while turning your house upside-down for some spring cleaning. Let me share with you some of my recent analogue finds from some weeks ago after I gave my mom a hand in clearing the house of some dusty, old stuff.

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  • Lost and Found: Treasures at Grandma's

    written by nylaina on 2012-04-04
    Lost and Found: Treasures at Grandma's

    On a lazy Sunday, me and my parents decided to take my grandma out for the afternoon. We were planning a walk in the woods so I decided to take my new pride and joy with me, my canon AE-1.

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  • Lost and Found: Years Passed

    written by natalieerachel on 2012-04-12
    Lost and Found: Years Passed

    After cleaning my room a while back, I found a one-use camera that I hadn't gotten around to finish. I used up the rest of the film that weekend, and when my photos came back, I realized how much things had changed.

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  • Lost and Found: My Six-Year-Old Memories from Bristol Recovered

    written by trychydts on 2012-03-07
    Lost and Found: My Six-Year-Old Memories from Bristol Recovered

    While unpacking my last boxes from a move, I found a small plastic bag full of cut scratched negatives. I found my long lost photos from Bristol from years ago! It was like travelling back in time, very nostalgic. Here are the aged photos from my photographic tour of the port.

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  • Lost and Found: Pentax P30

    written by veato on 2012-04-11
    Lost and Found: Pentax P30

    It was a sad day when my old SLR was stolen. I couldn't afford to replace it at the time and I was devastated. Years later and as things moved to digital I'd all but forgotten about my missing P30 but it seemed almost inevitable that one day I might once again be reunited with one.

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  • Munich, Augsburg, Nurnberg...Found After 15 Years!

    written by sirio174 on 2012-03-19 #places
    Munich, Augsburg, Nurnberg...Found After 15 Years!

    This is a story of a film roll that has been missing for more than ten years and was recently found in a drawer. These photos were taken in the middle of the 1990's with my trusty Praktica LB. The roll was found two years ago and developed in a professional mini lab.

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  • The Rolling Stones: Lost and Found

    written by sleepswimming on 2011-07-13 #news
    The Rolling Stones: Lost and Found

    Imagine getting a chance to photograph one of the biggest bands in the world, with the photos resulting from the shoot included as potential covers of their next album. Then imagine losing the negatives in a bizarre series of events, leaving you with just a single photograph to remember the whole thing by.

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