lomo lab

  • Posted July 24, 2010 by Lyency Viewed 2297 times
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      2010.08.08 Edited

      on the path leading to the future, tradition has placed photographers like you to guard the past ;) i sense some magic here...

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      2010.07.26 Edited

      lomography is something utterly insane. that's maybe the fun about it; it allows you to snip out bits & pieces from reality, and by doing that, it shows that reality is utterly insane.

      however, i like the stop watch shot from your darkroom the best here; it reminds me of my own darkroom i had once when i was a young man in berlin; and i always wanted to have a better, more integrated stop watch system. my projector/lamp was a polish krokus and it didn't work very well with my stop watch which was, i believe from hama (?); so i constructed several workarounds that gave me better control of my developing times. i don't miss these days, in fact, i happily abandoned the darkroom years before i started to work digital, and yet i remember with some nostalgia those endless days & nights trying to get the best out of my shots. utterly insane, that's the word.

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      2010.07.24 Edited

      Joslat? Kisertet jarja majd be Coordovat... viszont a csipesziker akrobata nem ejti le a tarsat csak a 11. perc eltelte utan, amikoris a kisertet ujracsak bejarja ..., stb.