All posts tagged "AO DLX"

  • Photo of the day by Ivan Maranov

    Lens:  Lucifer VI  Film:  AO DLX  Flash: off "Every morning this old man goes out onto a small street in Sofia, in the old district of the capital and buys his daily newspapers from the nearby news-stand....

    • Posted July 14, 2013
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  • Photo of the day by Paul Brown

    Lens:  Lucifer VI  Film:  AO DLX  Flash: off Using:  Multiple Exposure Kit  "On Tuesdays I go for a walk with my children to take my daughter to her piano lesson. My son and I have 30 minutes...

    • Posted July 4, 2013
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  • Photo of the day by Tilman Haerdle

    Lens:  GSQUAD  Film:  AO DLX  Flash: off "The photo was taken close to the grounds of a former barracks, the Alabama Kaserne. After many years of mixed civilian use, the whole area is currently deconstructed as a...

    • Posted June 10, 2013
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  • Photo of the day by Ivan Vetrov

    Lens:  Lucifer VI  Film:  AO DLX  Flash: off "I was riding the subway (Moscow metro) and saw these two guys at the train stop. The photo was taken instantly because I had to do it, before my...

    • Posted June 1, 2013
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  • RetroPak Three

    Incredible! A new RetroPak, the third with this name, has just come out and it contains 12 features, including... the 'NSW FreePak'! No one thought it would happen but we have got lucky: the Hornbecker lens and...

    • Posted March 22, 2013
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  • Photo of the day by Michael Landers

    Lens:  Watts  Film:  AO DLX  Flash: off "Acute angles in architecture are a wonder - the expectations of right angles allows you to make the viewer see something they don't expect.  This building had the extra benefit...

    • Posted March 18, 2013
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  • Chris Hornbecker: Limited edition, always on

    The Nike "Always On" Hipstamatic Freepak was released in July 2011. One month later, it was gone — pulled from in-app purchases. Hipstamatic occasionally re-releases limited-edition software. The Tejas lens in the SxSW FreePak, for example, was...

    • Posted January 25, 2013
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  • Pic of the day by Monica Porcu

    Lens:  Hornbecker  Film:  AO DLX  Flash:  Jolly Rainbo 2X  "Gabo is a special keychain: a funny skeleton! Its name is lovely because it remembers me a great writer, a wonderful journey and a sublime lunch!!" Monica Porcu...

    • Posted January 24, 2013
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  • ‘Nothing Is Trivial’ by Mark Allan Smith (Portfolio)

    Name: Mark Allan Smith Hometown: Burnley, England Resides: Wigan, England Profession: Design Engineer Hobbies: Photography, Walking, Drumming,... Hipstographer since: 2011 Year of Birth: 1972 Favourite combo: (*) Favourite Lens: Loftus Favourite Film: Sugar Favourite Flash: Pop Rox...

    • Posted January 24, 2013
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  • Combo #72 (John Sideo)

    Lens:  Lucifer VI  Film:  AO DLX  Flash: off "With this combo, the blacks are deep and gorgeous and the contrast is beautifully sharp. The Depth and Vignette of the Lucifer lens blends so well with the AO...

    • Posted January 24, 2013
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