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LOMOKINO Werewolf

LOMOKINO Werewolf

What is a LOMOKINO? The LomoKino is a square, plastic camera that has a crank on the side of it to make movies the old-fashioned way (old-fashioned as in the days of Charlie Chaplin)! The camera takes a standard…

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LomoKino Smoove Sailors

LomoKino Smoove Sailors

Shot with the LomoKino – The 35mm Movie Camera from Lomography that shoots 144 frames of film on one 36 exposure roll of film. Shot by Michael Raso — founder of The Film Photography Project and producer/host of the…

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LomoKino – 35mm Moviemaking Tips!

LomoKino – 35mm Moviemaking Tips!

Film Photography Podcast host Michael Raso shows you some LomoKino moviemaking tips. The LomoKino is the amazingly cool 35mm movie camera. “you can create experimental movies of 144 frames on any 35mm film. Load it with regular color negative,…

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LomoKino Dapper! Mat’s Gallery Show!

LomoKino Dapper! Mat’s Gallery Show!

Mat’s “Dapper” Gallery Show! 4/14/2012 Film Photography Project Co-host Mat Marrash along with Aperture: A Photography and Variety Store in Cleveland, OH presented Mat’s latest body of work, “Dapper”, on Saturday April 14, 2012. The busy show featured Mat’s…

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LomoKino – Majic Carpet Fried

LomoKino – Majic Carpet Fried

LOMO KINO — THE CAMERA http://microsites.lomography.com/lomokino/about The 35mm Movie Camera from Lomography that shoots 144 frames of film on one 36 exposure roll of film THE FILMMAKER https://filmphotographyproject.com/ That’s me, Michael Raso — founder of The Film Photography Project…

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FPP LomoKino 35mm Movie Camera Test

FPP LomoKino 35mm Movie Camera Test

Michael Raso of the FPP tests the new 35mm motion picture film camera from Lomography.com – The LomoKino “You can create experimental movies of 144 frames on any 35mm film. Load it with regular color negative, black and white…

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