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Justin Connaher Aug 6
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Tim Norman Aug 7
Oops - I basically have no will power
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Steve Banfield 19h
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JapanCameraHunter Aug 5
Perhaps not the best choice when you are still recovering from an injury. At over 2kgs this 67II is going to make you sweat.
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Analog Resurgence Aug 6
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uv Aug 4
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Bill Thoo Aug 6
Dreaming of Summer Evenings. Sandy feet. Warm sea. Long Expaoures. Sydney. December 2016. Kodak TriX400.
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Josh Ochoa Aug 2
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Kween KeeLa Kamarudin Aug 6
Pontianak jibam jibam. Looking forward to playing more ghost roles in the future. Actually any role also can. Really. . @ Atas Pokok Pisang
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BLDAuthor 2h
Got some Kentmere 400 and Cinestill BWXX to try out first with my B&W home developing setup. Thankful for affordable consumer films.
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Richard Photo Lab Aug 5
Photogs, meet Mike from ! He's sharing his decades of film knowledge during our Film Happy Hour tomorrow at 5pm PT on IG Live—join in to get all your film & print questions answered by a Kodak expert!
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⚡️ Diogo Castro Aug 1
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John Picciuto Jul 31
1920’s or 2020’s? Love film- • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
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John Picciuto Aug 1
“They see me rollin, they hatin’” - • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
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ch Aug 3
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JapanCameraHunter Aug 3
In your bag No: 1687 – Hansel Wong
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Elyse Patriquin Aug 7
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Kylu Aug 4
Ok I know I tweeted these earlier. But here’s the final edits. And my favorite versions. What a cool film style for cityscapes!
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Isaac Sagastume 2h
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Ahmed H. EL Assal 2h
Subdue. . . . . . Kodak Ultramax 400 Yashica FX-3 Super 2000 Cairo - Egypt . . . . . .
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