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gmushinsky

has commented on "Pets" competition entry:

Love it. The whole day of this horse life is here enveloped in the mystery and sadness of summer twilight.

on date: 27-07-2018 16:32
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Peha

has commented on Darkroom Montage 2:

Photo: The circular grooves in the sand created by some roots exposed on the beach note the passage of time, and the temporary qualities of life. The trail of some small critter passes thru, all will soon be erased by wind or tides.

Incredibly, beautiful work.

on date: 08-07-2016 22:58
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Diego López Calvín

has commented on Time in a can:

Dear Analogic Advocate Readers. The creators of this project are complaining about the advantage taken by the sponsor "Asociación de Latas de Bebidas" and his family at the Estudio Redondo de Madrid without listening our demands. You can read the full history about the Time in a Can affaire here: https://www.facebook.com/Solarigraphy2010/posts/10152914022268231

on date: 20-06-2016 12:20
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Top ghia

has commented on The Yard in full colour:

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I know this place, though some of the art has changed since my last visit.

on date: 15-05-2016 22:59
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Bjoerk

has commented on Penti:

Hi I recently purchased this camera. Do you maybe have some tips for a beginner in analog? And if it isn't to much trouble would you mind explaining the loading of film? Regards, Bjørl

on date: 22-09-2015 20:51
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Vivaldi

has commented on Twilight:

Photo: Steaming Tonkotsu Ramen

Nice set!

on date: 27-07-2015 08:56
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Bob Bennett

has commented on Arizona sky:

Photo: It is where the earth shows off its best shades of reds, golds, and blues and every time you think you have seen every possible color combination it surprises you again and again.

Ewa writes: "There is something incredibly dramatic and romantic about Arizona." "I dare to say that nowhere else you are more aware of the light, space and the contrasts that surround you all at the same time: the white and the deep blue, the parts of clouds reflecting sunlight and those in the shade, the earthiness of the earth and the airiness of the sky." Yes, very well said. AZ is like that. A lot of the american SW is like that. Enjoy, one and all, while you have the time to enjoy. Have you heard the Dave Mathews band song 'eat drink and be merry'....? Yeah, it's like that.

on date: 03-04-2015 02:42
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mikeovers

has commented on Bessa 66:

Hi there, I enjoyed your little review of the Voigtlander Bessa 66, but forgive me if I point out a few errors and omissions. Firstly, this range of cameras was introduced in 1938, not the late 1940’s, and all models until 1945 were fitted with a hinged filter holder which had the “Moment” yellow filter fitted as standard. As for the lens, there were four different lenses offered, the Voigtar, an f4.5 triplet, was the least costly, then the Vaskar a slightly faster f3.5 triplet. Next the f3.5 Skopar, a four element Tessar type lens, and lastly the f3.5 Heliar a five element lens of great reputation, which was the most expensive. These lenses were mounted in a variety of shutters, the one you describe sounds like a Prontor SV, fitted to some later models, but far more common were the Compur, with speeds up to 1/300 sec, or the Compur Rapid, up to 1/500 sec, neither of which have self timers or flash connectors. There were two basic body designs, the first version, shown in your picture, had an integrated viewfinder, and automatic film positioning which had a release button at the front, and an operating button at the back, and a second version, introduced around 1940, which had a single button on the back to perform both functions. Both of these had the depth of field indicator mounted out of sight on the bottom plate. The second design appeared at the same time, but with a simpler design of top plate, fitted with a folding frame finder and the depth of field indicator more sensibly mounted on top, the automatic film spacing was replaced by the ruby glass window, and the knurled film winding knob replaced with a simple folding handle. Later versions of this design had a folding optical viewfinder Post war models continued with the simplified design, gradually losing the depth of field indicator and folding yellow filter on the way, but regaining the knurled winding knob, until the range was replaced by the Perkeo in 1950. All variations were also built as 6x4.5 cameras, giving 16 exposures, called the Bessa 46, and at the very end of production a few hybrids were prototyped, which had both formats, called a Bessa 646, and I believe there was also a version with a coupled rangefinder, but both of these are extremely rare. Of course for the British and American markets, these cameras had their scale focussing marked in feet, but the vast majority of production was graduated in metres for Germany and most other European countries. I hope you understand that these observations are meant in the most amicable manner, and I applaud your efforts to encourage a younger generation to discover the fun of using a vintage film camera, but it is important to ensure that the information that is circulated, on the internet or elsewhere, is accurate in both the historical and technical sense, and it is in this spirit that I offer these corrections. With sincere good wishes, Mike Overs

on date: 22-02-2015 14:31
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JAN

has commented on December Lights:

Photo: Scheveningen Beach. Wintersch Food Fest.

Amazing! I did not know this film. As soon as I found out that there is a distributer near my town, I bought five rolls! First ones should be back this week! I'm so excitet!

on date: 18-02-2015 12:03
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R K

has commented on Children of Lebanon:

Photo: A Lebanese boy at a Christian shrine

Beautifully captured. Good to see some happy faces in a region where especially the children are suffering.

on date: 19-01-2015 12:54
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LeedsTim

has commented on The Yard in full colour:

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I recognise these from my wanderings around Sheffield. Love the colours that you've obtained.

on date: 16-01-2015 20:21
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Aga

has commented on Twilight:

Photo: Steaming Tonkotsu Ramen

The boy - fantastic portrait.

on date: 09-01-2015 10:00
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Aga

has commented on Hatwalk:

Photo: The Hague. Lange Voorhout.

The set so naturally analogue.

on date: 09-01-2015 09:59
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Matthew Walters

has commented on Twilight:

Photo: Steaming Tonkotsu Ramen

Great use of light and shade - particularly like the noodles and the arm of the chair.

on date: 26-11-2014 20:59
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superlighter

has commented on Multiples:

Photo: Deer/Dancing, double exposure of a pet deer and children dancing - taken with a Lomography Diana Mini camera using Lomo Xpro 100 film and color flash gel in green

great collection of multiple exposure, I like specially the first and the last shots

on date: 04-11-2014 00:23
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R K

has commented on City Lights:

Photo: The Hague. Central Station.

thank you, aga!

on date: 21-09-2014 16:17
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Aga

has commented on City Lights:

Photo: The Hague. Central Station.

I'd say this is a FQ (film quality) set. Love it

on date: 21-09-2014 11:32
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Behemoth

has commented on The Yard in BW:

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Junkies paradise hehe

on date: 20-09-2014 21:35
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R K

has commented on City Lights:

Photo: The Hague. Central Station.

@ mathew: thanks! idea came about when i wanted to test the cinestill film.

on date: 20-09-2014 21:26
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mathew

has commented on City Lights:

Photo: The Hague. Central Station.

Amazing set! I wish it was my idea :)

on date: 20-09-2014 21:15
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laylablackshear

has commented on Purple:

Photo: living in a purple world

beautiful! i really need to get this film.

on date: 13-09-2014 00:08
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Behemoth

has commented on Holga Miscellanea:

Photo: Amsterdam. Dam Square.

3rd one is amazing. They are all great but this one rocks my boat :)

on date: 24-08-2014 18:11
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Bob Bennett

has commented on Iran 2:

Photo: Explorer, film director and travel writer Elzbieta Dzikowska.
Accidental double exposure, b&w medium format film.

I like this series. In the west we hear too much about a 'belligerent' Iran... but i think that is exageratted (sic?). I like photo #3 the best. It's very *quiet*. In in 'quiet' there is... well... deeper thought. Certainly deeper and better than all the Islamic militant BS going on these days. We need to all learn to live together... or else?... I don't want to think about it. Hope i didn't turn this photo site into a political forum. Not my intention.

on date: 08-08-2014 03:20
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superlighter

has commented on Very expired:

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true vintage feel and the subject are perfect with no signs of modernity! great project!

on date: 16-06-2014 22:33
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superlighter

has commented on Purple:

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@Behemoth thanx a lot and..good on you! :)

on date: 16-06-2014 22:29
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Behemoth

has commented on Purple:

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i feel inspired

on date: 16-06-2014 21:36
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mathew

has commented on "Food" competition entry:

Fantstic, my favourite.

on date: 07-06-2014 10:16
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mathew

has commented on dream of 1920s:

Photo: Old town-Praha

Beautiful atmosphere. Like moving back in time.

on date: 07-06-2014 10:10
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thebestcarintheworld

has commented on Very expired:

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amazing

on date: 29-05-2014 22:44
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thebestcarintheworld

has commented on dream of 1920s:

Photo: Old town-Praha

Prague is my romantic dream.This set is so earthy and hitting my spots.

on date: 29-05-2014 22:43
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raven

has commented on Focus on Lubitel-2:

Thank you for sharing this review and your excellent work....

on date: 21-05-2014 21:32
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Aga

has commented on "Color domination" competition entry:

nice composition - gets my vote :)

on date: 10-05-2014 18:38
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Giampaolo Majonchi

has commented on Frequent Flyers:

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thank you

on date: 04-05-2014 17:24
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CameraColin

has commented on "Food" competition entry:

Great series of images, these get my vote

on date: 04-04-2014 12:11
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David Luck

has commented on Frequent Flyers:

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Very earthy, natural style I adore.

on date: 09-03-2014 21:23
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thebestcarintheworld

has commented on Frequent Flyers:

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Typical Holga. Nice.

on date: 28-02-2014 11:08
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Curry

has commented on Double exposure story:

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Been to Brugge and loved it!. Thank you for bringing back great memories.

on date: 24-02-2014 22:23
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spontaninous

has commented on Abstract Amserdam:

Photo: double exposure : buildings.
Amsterdam

hi, its like the beginning of your multiple expo. series, go on!

on date: 23-02-2014 21:46
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spontaninous

has commented on Darkroom montage:

Photo: An explorer walks beyond the cairn, into the unknown. He is inspired, on fire for new experiences.

i love it!

on date: 23-02-2014 21:41
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Giampaolo Majonchi

has commented on India in colour:

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Lovely pictures, congrats. I have done the same sets on my website, if you want to watch it www.giampaolomajonchi.it (India in colors coming soon) Bye g.

on date: 16-02-2014 22:17
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Laura Ward

has commented on Night things:

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These are beautiful.

on date: 10-02-2014 23:48
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thebestcarintheworld

has commented on "Food" competition entry:

My favourite set by far!

on date: 29-01-2014 22:08
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thebestcarintheworld

has commented on Lake District England:

Photo: Morning through the mist

I love the last shot!

on date: 29-01-2014 22:06
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KateB

has commented on color of street:

Photo: Camera: Olympus xa3 Film: ilford dia 100 Cross processing-Turkey

Beautiful contrast.

on date: 22-01-2014 21:22
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mathew

has commented on Stroll Outside Reality:

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such a moody great photo story

on date: 16-10-2013 22:15
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mathew

has commented on color of street:

Photo: Camera: Olympus xa3 Film: ilford dia 100 Cross processing-Turkey

fantastic set

on date: 16-10-2013 22:13
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Floyd

has commented on Stroll Outside Reality:

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last one! Last one!

on date: 15-10-2013 20:36
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Floyd

has commented on color of street:

Photo: Camera: Olympus xa3 Film: ilford dia 100 Cross processing-Turkey

very, very nice set Tayfun

on date: 15-10-2013 20:32
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Floyd

has commented on Existential Crisis:

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Lantern shot does it for me :)

on date: 15-10-2013 20:31
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Gaskelski

has commented on India in colour:

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Fab set! I must go sometime. Photographers heaven.

on date: 13-10-2013 18:02
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Gaskelski

has commented on Austin Texas:

Photo: The Long Center at dusk - Austin, TX

Superb as always :)

on date: 13-10-2013 18:00
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Gaskelski

has commented on color of street:

Photo: Camera: Olympus xa3 Film: ilford dia 100 Cross processing-Turkey

Impressive!

on date: 13-10-2013 17:59
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MRGT

has commented on Stroll Outside Reality:

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I looove the first one !

on date: 10-10-2013 13:43
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Monica

has commented on Austin Texas:

Photo: The Long Center at dusk - Austin, TX

Fried Chicken - this is taken in the 50's??

on date: 09-10-2013 22:10
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laylablackshear

has commented on Black and White:

Photo: My Grandmother's Locket

The shot of the locket just happened by accident. My grandmother had just given it to me and I saw this beam of light shining in perfectly on her fireplace. So I just propped it up and shot it!

on date: 06-10-2013 23:19
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Aga

has commented on Spartus 120 :

Photo: Granger, TX (old shop seen in the Coen brothers film True Grit)

the atmosphere of a ghost town

on date: 06-10-2013 13:55
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Oliver Zelinski

has commented on Stroll Outside Reality:

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very nice! lovely light!

on date: 01-10-2013 17:03
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Mariya Ustymenko

has commented on The Viking Age:

Photo: We know a lot about this event as the raid echoed throughout Western Europe because the island was the bastion of Christianity in Britain. The accounts of Viking arrival were captured by Christian scribes in their chronicles. At the end of 6th century Lindisfarne was occupied mainly by about 30 monks who were busy praying, reading, working the land, copying manuscripts by hand. They were helped by novices, and civilians. They built their place from nothing really. They were accustomed to visitors arriving by boat which might explain the fact why some of them came out to the beach to welcome them when they saw approaching Viking ships...until they noticed dragons and shields and realised the visitors were not traders.

would love to see more of the project

on date: 30-09-2013 23:40
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Gaskelski

has commented on Spartus 120 :

Photo: Granger, TX (old shop seen in the Coen brothers film True Grit)

very cool :)

on date: 20-09-2013 12:01
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Gaskelski

has commented on disasters:

Photo: Zero 2000 Pinhole / shaking

Why dont my accidents come out as good as this???? Really like them.

on date: 20-09-2013 11:59
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David Luck

has commented on disasters:

Photo: Zero 2000 Pinhole / shaking

I don't mind disasters like this....bring it on!

on date: 20-09-2013 10:24
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Zero

has commented on Spartus 120 :

Photo: Granger, TX (old shop seen in the Coen brothers film True Grit)

love them :)

on date: 16-09-2013 10:09
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laylablackshear

has commented on A short trip Venice:

Photo: I know this is the classic Venice shot that everyone tries to capture. When it's shot on grainy film like this it has a totally different mood.

that first shot is so dreamy!

on date: 14-09-2013 16:47
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laylablackshear

has commented on "Street" competition entry:

Beautiful. Love the timeless feel.

on date: 14-09-2013 16:45
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Zero

has commented on street:

Photo: street
Camera: Olympus xa3
Film: ilford dia 100
Cross processing
Turkey

:) love them

on date: 03-09-2013 17:01
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Floyd

has commented on street:

Photo: street
Camera: Olympus xa3
Film: ilford dia 100
Cross processing
Turkey

Very good observations! I love shot 2 with the shadow.

on date: 02-09-2013 10:01
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thebestcarintheworld

has commented on street:

Photo: street
Camera: Olympus xa3
Film: ilford dia 100
Cross processing
Turkey

I absolutely love it. A really great set.

on date: 31-08-2013 11:13
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Gaskelski

has commented on street:

Photo: street
Camera: Olympus xa3
Film: ilford dia 100
Cross processing
Turkey

Excellent street shots.

on date: 29-08-2013 09:18
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Floyd

has commented on Color domination:

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That mustard yellow against the grey floor and white chairs just works so well.

on date: 22-08-2013 10:24
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Floyd

has commented on Tungsten Color:

Photo: Granger, TX -- Pentax K1000 using Lomography Tungsten 64 ISO 35mm film

Got to try, really nice.

on date: 22-08-2013 10:22
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Vertigo

has commented on "Black and White, literally" competition entry:

Magnificent set of contrasts.

on date: 21-08-2013 00:17
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KateB

has commented on Black and White:

Photo: My Grandmother's Locket

The first image is the best. Beautiful light. Did you arrange it?

on date: 20-08-2013 23:59
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Zero

has commented on Expired Mistakes: