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  • #19837567

    shared by clownshoes on 2014-07-22

    Lots of projects going on at once.

  • #19837570

    shared by clownshoes on 2014-07-22

    Lots of projects going on at once.

  • #19837687

    shared by clownshoes on 2014-07-22

    Hats and Masks.

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  • #16120043

    shared by clownshoes on 2012-05-22

    Cokin Filters, X-pro and Mother's Day

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  • Arco iris 2 / Rainbow 2

    shared by jcjur on 2014-07-29

  • Amira

    shared by jcjur on 2014-07-29

  • A split rail fence and tree along the Fraser…

    shared by akula on 2014-07-31

    I made spacers from 120 film ends to run 35mm film through the Holga. Most of the shots were over exposed - I had accidently set the camera to bulb - not the first time I have done this. Trying again - I want to be friends with this camera…

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  • Playing with colour filters

    shared by crevans27 on 2014-04-21

    Had a play around with kola filter set. Some nice results but shame i cant keep my big hands out of the images:(

  • Playing with colour filters

    shared by crevans27 on 2014-04-21

    Had a play around with kola filter set. Some nice results but shame i cant keep my big hands out of the images:(

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  • #12430859

    shared by valvy on 2011-01-13

  • #12430862

    shared by valvy on 2011-01-13

  • #12441778

    shared by valvy on 2011-01-14

  • #12484650

    shared by valvy on 2011-01-21

  • Lomo Luke's Analogue Advice #11

    shared by buckshot on 2014-03-23

    Other times, you need to get up as close as possible to your subject to get the best shot...

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  • Lomo Luke ends his city tour with a nice cold…

    shared by buckshot on 2014-06-22

    A brief city tour of some of the main sights of London by Lomo Luke. Would you like to show us YOUR city/town/village through the eyes of Lomo Luke? Well, now you can! See details here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

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  • Lomo Luke does a London telephone booth

    shared by buckshot on 2014-06-22

    A brief city tour of some of the main sights of London by Lomo Luke. Would you like to show us YOUR city/town/village through the eyes of Lomo Luke? Well, now you can! See details here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • Lomo Luke says screw the boring tourist angle,…

    shared by buckshot on 2014-06-22

    A brief city tour of some of the main sights of London by Lomo Luke. Would you like to show us YOUR city/town/village through the eyes of Lomo Luke? Well, now you can! See details here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

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  • Lomo Luke does the London Underground

    shared by buckshot on 2014-06-22

    A brief city tour of some of the main sights of London by Lomo Luke. Would you like to show us YOUR city/town/village through the eyes of Lomo Luke? Well, now you can! See details here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • Lomo Luke poses in front of the Houses of…

    shared by buckshot on 2014-06-22

    A brief city tour of some of the main sights of London by Lomo Luke. Would you like to show us YOUR city/town/village through the eyes of Lomo Luke? Well, now you can! See details here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • Lomo Luke does Big Ben

    shared by buckshot on 2014-06-22

    A brief city tour of some of the main sights of London by Lomo Luke. Would you like to show us YOUR city/town/village through the eyes of Lomo Luke? Well, now you can! See details here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • Lomo Luke does the Thames

    shared by buckshot on 2014-06-22

    A brief city tour of some of the main sights of London by Lomo Luke. Would you like to show us YOUR city/town/village through the eyes of Lomo Luke? Well, now you can! See details here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • #19834765

    shared by stratski on 2014-07-21

    We ended our tour with chilling out at one of the canals. Lomo Luke had a really good time, but now he's ready to move on. Next stop: Hawaii! http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

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  • #19834761

    shared by stratski on 2014-07-21

    Still, the little canal on the other side of the water gate looked really pretty. Lots of little flowers you can't actually see in the picture. http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • #19834760

    shared by stratski on 2014-07-21

    After a while all those old buildings kind of run into each other in your mind... http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • #19834758

    shared by stratski on 2014-07-21

    Not quite as impressive as the giant leg nearby. Luke could easily fit on a toenail. http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

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  • #19834754

    shared by stratski on 2014-07-21

    I had to drop off a few library books here, but Luke didn't mind looking after my bike for a bit. http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • #19834756

    shared by stratski on 2014-07-21

    We were in the Netherlands, so of course we took a nice bike ride around town. Here we're passing an old railway building. http://www.lomography.com/homes/buckshot/blog/125057-lomo-luke-is-ready-to-travel-the-world

  • Lomo Luke's Analogue Advice #7

    shared by buckshot on 2014-03-23

    When you've exhausted the possibilities of shooting at home, head off into the great outdoors, where the photographic possibilities are NEVER exhausted!

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  • Lomo Luke's Analogue Advice #5

    shared by buckshot on 2014-03-23

    The occasional selfie is OK, but don't overdo it – you're probably not as cool to everyone else as YOU think you are ;-)

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  • Lomo Luke's Analogue Advice #4

    shared by buckshot on 2014-03-23

    Once you've chosen your kit and loaded up, it's time to start shooting – and this is the cool bit, because there are no rules and you get to SHOOT ANYTHING YOU GODDAMNED LIKE – even if it's just the contents of your fridge! :-)

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  • Lomo Luke's Analogue Advice #1

    shared by buckshot on 2014-03-23

    So, my first piece of advice is to build up a collection of all sorts of different cameras, lenses, accessories and films. That way, you have many options and creative possibilities when it comes to approaching your next analogue adventure. Fear not, friends – GAS is GOOD for you...!!

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  • Lomo Luke's Analogue Advice

    shared by buckshot on 2014-03-23

    Hi guys, I'm Lomo Luke – It's a real pleasure to meet you! I've been a Lomographer for over three years now, and I invite you to follow me through this album as I share some of the good advice I've picked up during my analogue adventures. You might learn something, you might not – but at least it might put a smile on your face :-) Thanks for coming!

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  • Underwater Dancer

    shared by tsingtao on 2014-06-09

    My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TsingtaoClick

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  • Caminito - Buenos Aires

    shared by helviocampos on 2014-04-01

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  • #14413256

    shared by warning on 2011-10-06

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  • On a train in a station

    shared by mylatehope on 2010-12-11

    NO PHOTOSHOP - Kodak EIR (color infrared) Aerochrome film (E6 process) in a Holga 120 N camera with a Tiffen Orange 16 filter

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  • EIR Aerochrome (red filter)

    shared by 5thdimension on 2012-09-20

    Norway - Cloudy day

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  • #14413291

    shared by warning on 2011-10-06

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  • #15210902

    shared by frauspatzi on 2012-01-26

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  • #141862

    shared by anarchy on 2009-01-15

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  • #16424854

    shared by ryszardl70 on 2012-06-28

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  • Belair X 6-12 - it's winter!

    shared by dreamseller on 2012-12-13

    after some problems with the first two rolls, I'm really positively surprised with these shots :)

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  • Iceman - TIFF Screening

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-09-18

    I was fortunate enough to be in Toronto recently during the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and caught the screening of Iceman. The film Iceman is based on the biography of Richard Kuklinski, a convicted mafia hitman. The cast was in attendance for this screening at the Princess of Wales Theater. In some of the photos, you may be able to pick out Winona Ryder, Michael Shannon, Ray Liotta, etc.

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  • #15225098

    shared by frauspatzi on 2012-01-28

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  • Shoes

    shared by tomkiddo on 2011-11-27

    Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 is a great film. Photos produced by this film are really saturated. And just like any other x-pro films, only shoot on sunny days and do not use colour flash.

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  • #17809632

    shared by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-01-27

    A vestige of an old pier. Malibu. I took these photos to express on film what I attempted to express in this short article: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/lifestyle/2013/01/28/analogue-girl-about-town-now-that-im-30-ive-become-painfully-aware-of-my-own-mortality

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  • #13477010

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-06-05

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  • #16256771

    shared by ryszardl70 on 2012-06-08

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  • Doubles over someone's forgotten film

    shared by adash on 2013-09-10

    Quite old looking, isnt't it? One of the flags seen here, belonged to DDR (East Germany), so the set was obviously taken before 1990.