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Kodak ProFoto XL – A Review Part 2

Kodak ProFoto XL – A Review Part 2

A couple weeks back I received a package from FPP’s Michael Raso. In addition to the flash bracket I had ordered for my Polaroid  250 Automatic Land Camera, there were a couple rolls of film (most I recognized) but there was one…

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Tim Lander, Analogue

Tim Lander, Analogue

Photographer: Victor Anthony (victorsez) Canadian poet, musician, writer, sailor and occupier. Dan Domme’s commentary: An excellent character portrait.  Simple setup with an Olympus Trip 35 loaded with Ilford’s XP2 film, which is developed in C-41 chemistry.  A good example…

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Photographer: Sergey Neamoscou (neamoscou) 35mm Pentax SP 1000 Dan Domme’s comments: Fantastic colors, and breaking a lot of rules of photography.  The subject is dead center and way out of focus.  But there’s enough to make you realize what it’s…

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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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Tod Motor Motel

Tod Motor Motel

Photographer: Nick Leonard Polaroid 215 Land Camera, Polaroid type 100 Blue packfilm (expired 2009). Las Vegas, NV www.nickleonardphoto.com Dan Domme’s comments: Nick’s model photography has been noticed on the air at FPP before, but I’m just as big a fan…

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Overpowering

Overpowering

Photographer: Ian Muttoo The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto. www.ritzcarlton.com/en/Properties/Toronto/ Camera: Nikon F2 Photomic Lens: Vivitar 21mm f/3.8 Film: easypix 200 Dan Domme’s comments: One of the best perspective street shots I’ve ever seen.  The camera is positioned at just the right angle…

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