Lo-Fi-Tastic!

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  1. Mohain

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    All take with a Lomo LC-A and Velvia 50. More or less straight scans from the trans. Sorry for the poor scan quality (I've got a crappy film scanner) :wink:

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    C&C welcome :)

    Cheers,

    Mohain
     
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    Nice set, I like the plant in the brick wall.
     
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    very vibrant colours, great set. i especially like the trees/window box
     
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    I find you have a very different perspective ! the first three photographs have been 'one of a kind' - really wonderful.
     
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    one and 3 are my faves.

    in 3 did you open the door?
     
  6. Mohain

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    Thanks a lot for the comments :thumbup:

    mike, the door was already open.

    It's nice sometimes to forget about Fstops, zooms, exposure compensation and white balance and just point and shoot with a fully automatic fixed focal lengeth camera :)
     
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    ( I spy a penguin in that second shot. Sorry, can't help it).

    I like 'em all, but especially 1 and 3...a very gritty feel to them.
     
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    I like them all. -- IS the velvia film the reason for the vibrant color? I have no idea about velvia.. :(
     
  9. Mohain

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    Haha, trust you Anti ;)

    Zend, yes. Velvia is a high saturation slide film.
     
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    Fantastic shots, that saturation is excelent. I use my macro lens and a cardboard tube to copy my slides, it took about an hour to knock up but i get as good results as sending them off to be scanned. it may be an idea to try.

    tim
     
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    Awesome, awesome set, again I love the first three and would love to see them mounted as a triptic!
     
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    Thanks a lot tpe & Wozza :)
     

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