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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…

Mountain Man Meats

Mountain Man Meats

Photographer: Mat Marrash Truly a man’s man, the proprietor of Kimmel’s Mountain Man Meats in Findlay, OH showing off his wicked cool beard. The 52 Project, Week 2 Over the next 52 Weeks, I plan on shooting at least…

B&W 6×6 Self Portrait

B&W 6×6 Self Portrait

Photographer: Mat Marrash Self portrait shot at home, in Deshler, OH. The 52 Project, Week 1 Over the next 52 Weeks, I plan on shooting at least 1 roll of 120 film, processing it, scanning it, and uploading 3…

Scottie Puppy Tongue

Scottie Puppy Tongue

Photographer: Mat Marrash I love getting down to leash level for a quick snap of a willing puppy. This little Scottie decided to give me the tongue. The 52 Project, Week 15 Over the next 52 Weeks, I plan…

Abandoned Kitchen

Abandoned Kitchen

Photographer: Mat Marrash The 52 Project, Week 11 Over the next 52 Weeks, I plan on shooting at least 1 roll of 120 film, processing it, scanning it, and uploading 3 images to this set to further explore the…

Angry House

Angry House

Photographer: Mat Marrash The front, outside view of the abandoned house. This house seems to be giving off an “angry” expression. The 52 Project, Week 7 Over the next 52 Weeks, I plan on shooting at least 1 roll…

Cool House Findlay Ohio

Cool House Findlay Ohio

Photographer: Mat Marrash A very cool looking old house on Sandusky Street, in Findlay, Ohio. I’m not much for landscapes, but this one was eerie/cool enough to lure me in. The 52 Project, Week 1 Over the next 52…

The Altar

The Altar

Photographer: Mat Marrash Simple, elegant, and small, my new favorite kind of wedding. The 52 Project, Week 4 Over the next 52 Weeks, I plan on shooting at least 1 roll of 120 film, processing it, scanning it, and…