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The Sunday fraggle report

A busy weekend this weekend as on Saturday night I went out to a surprise party for Phil’s daughter Shelley. Her friend Sam organised a joint baby shower/birthday party for Shelley and we all turned up at The Avenue pub in Sunderland before Shelley arrived. 271 more words

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Impossible MiNT SX-70 Lens/Filter Set - Blue Filter

I recently purchased the Impossible MiNT SX-70 Lens/Filter Set from The Impossible Project and over the past several weeks have been experimenting with the various lenses/filters. 533 more words

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Books, Books, Books!

I love books… all kinds of books but photography books in particular. I’m not really into “how to” photography books these days but I love books of photographers’ work. 389 more words

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Polaroid on the Streets - Chapter 2

As a street photographer, I am shooting with one of my Leica cameras (digital or film) about 98% of the time. Recently, I have started to carry a old Polaroid SX-70 camera with some Impossible Project black and white film just for a change of pace during a day full of shooting street candids and street portraits. 162 more words

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Buskers of Washington Square (NYC) Series -- Continued

Buskers are performers, most often musicians, who play for donations on the streets, in the parks and subways. Washington Square, in Greenwich Village and surrounded by the New York University campus, is home to many regular and itinerant buskers. 111 more words

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Backlighting and Fill Flash Redux: Examples

I recently posted an short piece on the use of fill flash with my Polaroid cameras to pull detail out of a silhouetted/backlit subject. In that post I gave one example using my wife as the reluctant subject. 100 more words

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The Backyard Series

It is a beautiful day. Sunny, warm and temps that Impossible film can live with without getting all weird.

So once we returned from seeing the… 117 more words

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