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Kelvin Wong Nov 18
Japan must be one of the last countries in the world where there is a full selection of colour and b&w film for purchase at the airport
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Jeremy Calow Jan 3
Reflections This is an Ektar image at a longer focal length from the salt flats back in October. Found it on my few days off and scanned it since I had missed it earlier. GX617/180mm
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Alex Purcell Nov 7
A hundred year old single meniscus lens, 10mm washer as an aperture, and a lens cap for a shutter πŸ™‚
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Nick Bennett Dec 31
Even had a go at "macro" with the P&S for the . Umm...impressed.
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ava Jan 3
Developed a roll from my trip to Berlin a couple months ago : )
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John Whitmore Jan 2
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Hilary Nov 25
Day to Night. Media City at Salford Quays. Collage, assembled from printed photographs of daylight, though dusk and into nightfall.
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Huginn87 Dec 17
To my B&W film photographer peeps, any tips on pulling film? Looked online for info for tips, but couldn't really find any. Shooting Ultrafine Xtreme 100 & Legacy Pro 110 ( similiar to Kodak HC110) developer
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ava Jan 3
Replying to @ohmycosh_
Berlin has a ton of graffiti, much of it political, which was super inspiring
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Sunny 16 Podcast Dec 13
Looking at the results so far, surprised at how many people, when asked to pick someone - ANYONE for the award responded N/A or No idea. There are a lot of amazing people in this community, don't miss out on the opportunity to vote for one them!
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Little Vintage Photo Nov 28
How wonderful is this coffee shop name?! Stumbled across it whilst freezing cold having a bit of a public transport nightmare! Couldn't have been more perfect to see shimmering lights across the road in Nottingham!
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Marius V. Dec 25
First post for the : Cucumbers chillin' on the roof. Will be posting a close-up of the cucumbers if they become popular πŸ˜‰.
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SilverPan Film Lab Dec 11
The famous Legocam (TM)...we soon got lured away from the canal by the pub - HP5, Yashica Electro 35
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Little Vintage Photo Nov 28
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Fraser Yule Jan 1
Good start to 2020, got my first photography zine artwork done and ordered. Looking forward to receiving it next week.
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Terry_Triotar Nov 14
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Allysse Riordan Dec 27
Hey community. I have a question. I have a growing amount of slide films to shoot. Some of it is expired. Any tips on how best to shoot those rolls? Should I approach them like negative film (add one stop per decade of being expired)?
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Nick Bennett Dec 31
And here's one where I totally nailed focus....on the red plant on the other side of the road from my intended subject.
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Reece McGowan πŸ¦„πŸ“·πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Dec 13
(small thread, #1) So I had an absolutely incredible time in London with my even more incredible friend (though she failed to stop me spending a small fortune in Mr Cad on a kickass OM Macro setup πŸ˜‚)
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Kevin Allan (filmphotography.blog) Dec 23
Merry Christmas with some views of Kings College Chapel, Cambridge. It was built from 1446 to 1515 and has the largest fan vault ceiling in the world. Shot handheld with at EI600 in a
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