All posts tagged "John S"

  • Inkuschka_C1_00
    Combo #24 (Inkuschka Ma Ria)

    Lens:  John S  Film:  Claunch 72 Monochrome  Flash:  Jolly Rainbo 2X  "This combo is my absolute favourite in bad weather or for atmospherical representations. I like the brownish hue and the slight impurity of the John S...

    • Posted December 7, 2012
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  • Manuela_Casu_00
    Combo #22 (Manuela Casu)

    Lens:  John S  Film:  BlacKeys B+W  Flash: off "I love the John S/Blackeys B+ W combination. The film verges on black and white, but lets some colours through; its wide borders give a very special look to...

    • Posted December 6, 2012
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  • Phipsta_00
    Combo #19 (Phil Greenhalgh/phipsta)

    Lens:  John S  Film:  BlacKeys B+W  Flash: off "My 'default' combo. Not quite b/w, but more 'heavily desaturated colour' which retains some of the stronger colour from the original. I often re-tweak the saturation back up in...

    • Posted December 6, 2012
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  • Ale_Di_Gangi_C2_00
    Combo #18 (Ale Di Gangi)

    Lens:  John S  Film:  Blanko  Flash: off "A crisp and colourful combination that can work well in presence of vivid colours with shots based on details – irrespective of whether almost macro or wide angles. The John...

    • Posted December 6, 2012
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  • Francesco_Recchia_00
    Combo #10 (Francesco Recchia)

    Lens:  John S  Film:  BlacKeys SuperGrain  Flash: off "For some months now this combo has become my favourite. It adds the pronounced contrast offered by the BlackKeys SuperGrain film and John S’s good rendering of details to...

    • Posted December 3, 2012
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  • Mickael_Le_Canu_00
    Combo #5 (Mickael Le Canu)

    Lens:  John S  Film:  Kodot XGrizzled  Flash: off "In my opinion this is the perfect combo. I like its crackled paper effect. But most importantly, I love the saturation that is occurs when pictures are developed. Thanks to...

    • Posted December 2, 2012
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  • Life_fragments_vituc
    Life Fragments

    Here’s an absolutely incredible video made up of Hipstamatic clichés! More than 3000 photos were used to make this mind blowing stop motion video… For connoisseurs a John S and Ina's 1969 combo was used to capture...

    • Posted December 1, 2012
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