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In Hell: The Black Lodge. Camera: Zorki 1. Film: Kodak Tri-X 400. - Twin Peaks Topic.

In Hell: The Black Lodge

“There is also a legend of a place called the Black Lodge: the shadow self of the White Lodge, a place of dark forces that pull on this world. A world of nightmares. Shamans reduced to crying children, angry spirits pouring from the woods, graves opening like flowers.” – Deputy Hawks, Twin Peaks

Zorki 1 Analog Soviet Film Camera

Zorki 1 Soviet Film Camera Review

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Produced with the machinery, engineers and workers of »Carl Zeiss Jena«, the early Zorki 1 is not a Leica but a Zorki, produced on the original machinery of »Carl Zeiss Jena« with the engineers and staff from »Carl Zeiss Jena«. But do me a favour, call it a ZORKI.

Kiev 88, Foma Retropan 320, Foma Special Retro Developer.

Kiev 88 Camera Review

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We had our fights, we made our compromises. It’s about the dream style pictures the Volna lens presents, the handling, that very special “click” like a full featured sound effect taken from a Kraftwerk song: click-zack-rrushkh-mmm.

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