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Ryan Gillespie Apr 22
Trying to find order amongst the chaos.
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Ryan Gillespie Jan 27
The Gate I felt this subject may look pretty cool if the situation was right. Weeks went by and then this morning the moody fog was making things right. A quick grab from the roadside.
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samanthaisadora Feb 8
I'm doing everything I can to get my hands on large format anything. 4x5, 8x10... any recommendations?
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WANDERER Apr 22
Thanks to Giulio Speranza photography for sharing this BTS shot with us!
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Jacopo Brancati Feb 1
The heritage from my grandfather. Ica Dresden. Germany from the 30's
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Nick Trujillo Jan 21
I agree. That is gorgeous! (turn up audio) RT : I took my “Streets of Stirling” image and printed it using the Photogravure Printing technique.
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Mathias Skog Jan 18
Out and about with my intrepid mk3! Beautiful morning here in Sweden 😊
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Jason Cuenco Apr 16
Some behind the scenes shots. The focusing glass held up pretty well all things considered. I didn't have to use the dark cloth.
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Ryan Gillespie Feb 17
The snow has melted and the rains let up for a few hours yesterday just long enough to capture some images in the Willamette Valley. Winter Wheat Field Near Crabtree, Oregon.
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Michael Berger Mar 9
Finally my adventure begins. So excited! Shout out to for the good review and for being a source of endless inspiration. And of course the whole community.
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Rick Keller Jan 11
Winter on the So. California coast can be breathtaking. There's just something special about the quality of light at this time of the year. 🌅 🏝️ Ikeda Anba 4x5, Nikkor 90mm f/8, .
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David Fearn Jan 27
Absorbing Sunday pm reading, with distracting ... paperweight. /Pd
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Roy Focke 📷 Dec 12
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Mario Quiroz Dec 3
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mark alesky Apr 17
shot for @citizenkmagazine styling @laurentdombrowicz can you remember hair/makeup Laurent ?
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morpheuse Mar 8
Replying to @morpheuse
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Ken Hada Mar 25
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Richard Man Photo Dec 18
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kittyhat Mar 16
shot, scanned and edited 4"x5" film of the arizona science center, I love this building
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Mark Tomaras Photography Jan 25
Mom & I in Recoleta Cemetery, Buenos Aires, 2009 Shot with a 4x5 camera made of mahogany, leather, and titanium on the famous Polaroid Type 55 pos-neg B&W film ,
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