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{{ C is for…. Crumbling Castle }}

{{ C is for…. Crumbling Castle }}

Photographer: Matthew A great example rule of thirds and simplicity, the old window clearly being the focus while the rest of the Castle crumbles around it.  Plus I’ve always been a fan of old buildings, standing or in ruins.…

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Cape Liptrap Trails

Cape Liptrap Trails

Photographer: Philip Rouse Astro-photography is one thing that I’ve always wanted to try, so when I came across Philip’s photo I knew I had to include it in my picks. It’s clean and focused, and dead sharp. You can…

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Incendiary Sunset

Incendiary Sunset

Photographer: Ian Chamberlain Hands down the west coast gives the best sunsets, no matter where you are, especially over the water. This photo could only be captured in color and on slide film. Just amazing. You can see more…

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Colored Pencils

Colored Pencils

Photographer: Justin Moraczewski Taken with my homemade medium format view camera. Dan Domme’s comments: What’s this, a home-made medium format view camera? While I’m dying to know more, it’s a great case of being able to turn the potentially mundane…

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O.S.F. 2011 Wave Swinger IV

O.S.F. 2011 Wave Swinger IV

Photographer: ThePetor Dan Domme’s comments: A stellar example of how the choice of camera, film, and processing can dictate the image.  What might be mundane or cliché is now alien and almost mystical.  Also, a great exercise in using negative…

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Prada Marfa

Prada Marfa

Photographer: Kevin Buchanan (Tomorrowville) Prada Marfa installation, just outside Valentine, Texas. Holga 120N, Fujifilm Fujicolor Pro 400H film. Dan Domme’s comments: A fantastic mismatch between commercialism and isolation, this shot borders on the surreal.  The act of photographing must have…

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Oscar

Oscar

Photographer: Manuel Cruz (mcruz2007) Dan Domme’s comments: I’m a real sucker for portraits of dogs.  The focus and shallow depth of field accentuates the dog’s gaze.  Not to mention, the great composition is fantastic.  The camera used is never of…

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Moving Water

Moving Water

Photographer: Ross Togashi (art y fotos) Downtown Honolulu, Hawai‘i. You can renew your driver’s license at the Satellite City Hall, and then wander around Downtown Honolulu. Don’t forget your pinhole camera! Le Bambole Mk. II, “The Compact” Pinhole Camera.…

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Hayden Planetarium

Hayden Planetarium

Photographer: Adam Garelick Dan Domme’s comments: The geometries in this shot are amazing.  The Planetarium reminds me of some sleeping alien behemoth being studied by scientists who built an encompassing scaffolding.  At once both beautiful and foreboding. Adam Garelick on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/27879965@N06/…

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