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    Hello everyone!.. this is my first post at clubsnap.. not my first visit though.. anyway want to say that this is a great site/forum. come here almost everyday.

    ok anyhow here are 3 lomo LC-A shots i took during the CNY period at my granny's place. hope you guys like it.







    I used Fuji Sensia 100.

    all comments welcomed.

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    an hour and you have yet to enter granny's house!!!

    good pics IMO...
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    I like them. Alot of vignetting, is it cos u used slide? Or does most of ur shots turn out this way?

    They're Lomo pictures and some will tell u a Lomo is crap. Others love it. Personally I pretty much like my Lomo, except for being left wondering if my shot was blur from handshake or incorrect focal distance.

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    how come urs vignetted until so jialat one?

    but overall nice feel... how many keepers u have? %?

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    Originally posted by petaflopz
    an hour and you have yet to enter granny's house!!!
    haha... didn't think of that that much. maybe should have titled it "60seconds outside granny's"

    oh for got to state that i crossed processed..

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    Default wow...

    i love the first 2 shots.... very nice! creepy actually. i can't wait for my lca to come in! argh!!!

    what settings did you use to get images like that? shutter/aparture....

    hey where do you get your film cross processed?
    -johnsmith

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