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  1. Chris Porter said:

    Oh yeah, I almost forgot. Lomography.com sells Holgas which are great for film Lomo.
    http://shop.lomography.com/holga/specifications/

    For best results you want to shoot C41 film and then crossprocess with E6 developer.

    For 35mm the Diana is a pretty good equivalent but i cant find the website for it. They also have a Holga 35mm version.

    Oh yeah, and some people have reported getting the same sort of effects by using a standard wide angle lens on an SLR, and buying a cheap filter to suit. You then smash the glass in the filter, leaving you with just the ring, and replace it with a plastic lens, or perspex sheet.
    Mucks up the colours nicely, and also gives a soft vignette.

    February 3, 2008
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  2. said:

    Hi Chris. Thanks for the tip off 🙂

    while I remember…. did you have you camera at the wedding?

    February 4, 2008
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  3. Chris Porter said:

    I did, although im yet to process my stuff from there. Ill send it over on a DVD, its about 2gb ish.

    February 4, 2008
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