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ericpikephotography
Telling compelling stories through photography. Travel. Realism. Humanity's story. The environment.
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ericpikephotography Mar 14
Replying to @moment @peakdesignltd
Does make anything for this crazy Autocord coupling?
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ericpikephotography Feb 28
Replying to @Elaine_H_Ben
Don’t get so keyed up 😂
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Game of Thrones Feb 28
Win or die . Retweet this Tweet to see who remains in the realm.
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ericpikephotography Feb 15
Ditto.
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ericpikephotography Feb 6
Replying to @Ambient_life
Brilliant as always!
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ericpikephotography Feb 4
Replying to @MatchsticksCGY
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David Hobby Feb 1
Dear , your Instax platform is already a hit with casual snappers. It’s time to make one for real photographers: manual aperture & (leaf) shutter controls, and a hot shoe. RT if you agree.
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ericpikephotography Jan 29
Replying to @VRSeeker
My screen almost shows parallax effect! Lovely shot!
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Chris Mena Jan 23
Here’s a photo that won’t get any RTs, but that I put my soul into anyway.
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Grant Meyer Jan 22
I’m selling all my color film along with some Acros 4x5. 120 includes Portra 400/160, 400/160VC, Velvia 50, Cinestill 50D, Fuji 160NPS and Ektar. 4x5 Ektar as well. Fresh and expired. DM me for details! Retweets appreciated!!
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ericpikephotography Jan 19
Replying to @ILFORDPhoto
Lomo color 100
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ericpikephotography Jan 18
Replying to @ZeroH0ur_ @ILFORDPhoto
That night shot is
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ericpikephotography Jan 8
Replying to @ILFORDPhoto
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ericpikephotography Jan 8
There is something very satisfying using this old camera and a light meter. It’s intentional. It’s process. The rig forces you to slow down, especially when you know you only have 12 frames on the roll. And I’m amazed at the size of these images when scanned.
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ericpikephotography Jan 8
Replying to @ericpikephotos
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ericpikephotography Jan 8
A little B&W work from the Autocord. 75mm 3.5 shot on Porta 160 and scanned into Lightroom.
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ericpikephotography Jan 5
There’s an advantage to waiting to get that scanner. It means that I have lots of photos ready to import! Des Moines Museum of Art
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ericpikephotography Jan 5
I think you still have to do the research on the old cameras - did the make/model have good reputation on the lens and the durability. TBH, I did buy this one as is, but the mechanics were silky smooth. And the optics are great.
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ericpikephotography Jan 4
A camera rescue, an older model scanner at 3200 dpi, a slower more deliberate process, and $5 to develop my roll of film. The economics of a digital medium format camera just doesn’t compute.
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ericpikephotography Jan 4
My first scan of film in nearly two decades. Picked up this Autocord in the summer. Shot on Kodak Portra 160. Loving the process.
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