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Frank Walsh
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Husband, Dad, Geek, Coach, Engineer
Husband, Dad, Geek, Coach, Engineer

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Latest addition to my humble collection. This one was free while helping a friend clean out a house. Nice condition, will test a roll soon!
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St. Louis Arch

How do you photograph the most photographed objects in the world?

Is this a unique point of view? I'm sure it is not, probably been done tens of thousands of times. Still, it isn't "common" and i'm happy with the image.
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St. Louis Arch

How do you photograph the most photographed objects in the world?

Is this a unique point of view? I'm sure it is not, probably been done tens of thousands of times. Still, it isn't "common" and i'm happy with the image.
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One of my favorite things about mirrorless cameras is the easy adaptability of old lenses.

This image was made with a Vivitar 75-205 f3.8 zoom at 205mm, f11 on an Olympus E-M1
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Fender Selfie - Packard Street Rod

#blackandwhite #istillshootfilm #filmisnotdead

Minolta Himatic 9
Ultrafine 100 shot at 200
Developed in Diafine
Scanned and post processed with Darktable

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Fender Selfie - Packard Street Rod

#blackandwhite #istillshootfilm #filmisnotdead

Minolta Himatic 9
Ultrafine 100 shot at 200
Developed in Diafine
Scanned and post processed with Darktable

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Fender Selfie - Packard Street Rod

#blackandwhite #istillshootfilm #filmisnotdead

Minolta Himatic 9
Ultrafine 100 shot at 200
Developed in Diafine
Scanned and post processed with Darktable

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Fender Selfie - Packard Street Rod

#blackandwhite #istillshootfilm #filmisnotdead

Minolta Himatic 9
Ultrafine 100 shot at 200
Developed in Diafine
Scanned and post processed with Darktable

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"Hot Summer Nights"

One of my favorite images in a while. I made this image at the Great Allentown Fair on Black and White film, handheld. I've made long exposures of carnival rides before, but this one has a very different mood to me and I like the simplicity.

Minolta Himatic 9
Ultrafine 100 film
Developed in Diafine
Scanned and Post processed in Darktable
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"Hot Summer Nights"

One of my favorite images in a while. I made this image at the Great Allentown Fair on Black and White film, handheld. I've made long exposures of carnival rides before, but this one has a very different mood to me and I like the simplicity.

Minolta Himatic 9
Ultrafine 100 film
Developed in Diafine
Scanned and Post processed in Darktable
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