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    • Kokaew Wongpichet

      Taken by lazybuddha with a Lubitel 166B (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak Aerochrome III 1443 film in Stockholm, Sweden.

    • Jahaziel Gerardo García Hernández

      Kodak AEROCHROME Aerochrome tiene una potencia de 400ISO para su uso con un filtro de color amarillo. Sin embargo, Aerochrome está diseñado para ser procesado en AR-5 productos químicos con E-6 la alternativa fácilmente disponible más cercana. Si desea entre procesos en C-41, entonces es cambios de calificación ISO a unos 320.

    • BKGStory Taken by lazybuddha with a Lubitel 166B (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Kodak Aerochrome III 1443 film in Stockholm, Sweden.

    • Adam Parkinson

      Colours are amazeballs! I need to find whatever film this was taken on!

    • Sally Gunnett

      Surreal Landscapes Taken Using Color Infrared Film and Lubitel Cameras

    • Paty Lavir

      Awesome Albums: Aerochrome Love Affair #3 by lazybuddha · Lomography

    • Julia Schlotel

      Still pretty much my most favourite Aerochrome shot, by lazybuddha

    • Irene Corcoran

      Shooting Film Kodak color infrared films.

    • Eva Švingrová

      #14397962 — lazybuddha · Lomography

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