Tag: vespa

  • Sightseeing in Budapest with Lomography's Diana and a Vespa!

    written by lomographyhungary on 2012-07-17 #news
    Sightseeing in Budapest with Lomography's Diana and a Vespa!

    A local magazine called on Lomography Hungary for a special project. So we got our trusty Diana F+ El Toro and stuck it to our Vespa scooter which became the perfect sightseeing vehicle, ready to discover the beautiful spots of Budapest. The outcome was great!

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  • 30 Weeks, 30 Cams: Week 2, Minox 35 EL

    written by bloomchen on 2012-04-11 #gear
    30 Weeks, 30 Cams: Week 2, Minox 35 EL

    After testing the Ilford Sportsman 300S in week 1 and being pretty satified with it, I tested the Minox 35 EL I got for €2.49 from eBay in week 2. This one I got from eBay too, but I paid more for it. I didn´t know anything about it but I noticed it the first time bccbarbosa had some nice shots uploaded, taken using one of the tiny Minox 35 series. That was my motivation to buy it.

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  • Vyatka: The Russian Vespa

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-09-16
    Vyatka: The Russian Vespa

    While the three Russian scooters Lomography has put up for grabs for some winning Conception Day couples sport more modern looks and features, it definitely is worth learning about their early counterparts, don't you think? Read about the vintage Vyatka, the Vespa's Russian "twin" after the jump!

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  • Acros the Barrier - Colours in Black and White: Fuji Acros (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    written by nicholasdavidchoy on 2010-06-10 #gear
    Acros the Barrier - Colours in Black and White: Fuji Acros (35mm, 100 iso) User-Review

    Great contrast and nice black and white tones, Fuji Acros makes the transition a seamless one. Follow me 'Acros' the bridge to a whole new world of black and white photography!

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  • Museum Piaggio

    written by minicooper on 2008-04-27 #places
    Museum Piaggio

    If every time you see a Vespa you can't avoid looking at it and enjoy its wonderful curves. Then, if you ever happen to be in Tuscany, you should go to Museo Piaggio in Pontedera, a small town near Pisa, where most of the Vespas you have seen where made.

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