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here you will find photo dumps and camera ponderings.
I hope you will come back soon~

ciao! /jonas

Somewhere, sometime …

… in Tokyo, Japan.

The trees were in bloom.

Olympus Trip 35 exposure chart on Flickr.Olympus Trip 35 exposure chart

Olympus Trip 35 exposure chart on Flickr.

Olympus Trip 35 exposure chart

Enter: LOMO Smena Symbol this is copyng with my smena 8m longing :D

Enter: LOMO Smena Symbol this is copyng with my smena 8m longing :D

longboard curve kodalith 
forte paper
bronica c

longboard curve kodalith
forte paper
bronica c

what time is it? IT’S DARKROOM TIME!!! and I’ve got all the notes I need :D

I hate nuclear rain on Flickr.by @281_  
seen in Tokyo

I hate nuclear rain on Flickr.

by @281_
seen in Tokyo

(via Loading a Plastic Film Reel)
Includes my favorite way to open a film canister.
Though I usually round off the corners of the film when I cut -helps for older reels.

(via Loading a Plastic Film Reel)

Includes my favorite way to open a film canister.

Though I usually round off the corners of the film when I cut -helps for older reels.

jojonas:

The holga workshop is up and running since new material came in through the door :) one lens modded and one body to convert to pinhole.

YO!

So we talked redscale on the fence here a while back. here are some links if you want to start rolling and lighting up your own :)

- What I usually do with two cassettes:

http://fmphotocourses.blogspot.se/2007/07/how-to-make-redscale-film.html

- Insert the roller up and down (does not work in all cameras):

http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/08/03/red-o-lutionary-redscale-has-never-been-easier

- Pull out o folding the film the wrong way in the cassette it is in:

http://www.diyphotography.net/how-to-make-diy-red-scale-film

- And so little example of how it might look with redscale in different lighting conditions:

http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/11/12/redscale?utm_source=www&utm_medium=magazine&utm_campaign=articles_same_author

- Different films have different thicknesses as well so you may need to expose more or less to get equivalent results:

http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2012/03/05/redscale-technique-the-principle-of-light-penetrability

And here some examples of how different redscale can look depending on light and over/under exposure :)

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