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film's dead but it won't lie down

ghost

ghost 

not everyone's cup of tea, but sometimes i have to stray from the straight and narrow.

Ernest CH, David Michael, Sami Serola, Marco F. Delminho and 12 other people have particularly liked this photo


18 comments - The latest ones
 Malik Raoulda
Malik Raoulda club
Sublime avec cet éclat de lumière ..!
Bonne soirée et agreable Mardi.
7 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to Malik Raoulda club
merci beaucoup.
et a bon sante (is that the right? - i mean "and good health")
7 weeks ago.
 William Sutherland
William Sutherland club
Outstanding shot! Stay well!

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7 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to William Sutherland club
So glad you like it. Thank you.
7 weeks ago.
 Ulrich John
Ulrich John club
What a exciting athmosphere ! Love this, Raingirl !
7 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to Ulrich John club
Thank you! It was taken with an old brownie camera. I love film.
7 weeks ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
An interesting effect Laura............ethereal almost! It's good to experiment :-)
7 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to Keith Burton club
I have a number of old brownie camera's and this came from one of them. Old film, old camera, new image.
7 weeks ago.
 Peter Castell
Peter Castell club
A wonderful mystical image Laura, I have an ensign box camera but it takes a film that is no longer available although i think there is one that can be adapted. My recent posts have been taken using an old lens a Helios 44 2 made in the USSR in 1973 they have become popular because only a simple adapter is needed to use them on mirrorless cameras, it's known for it's swirly bokeh but I have micro four thirds which doesn't produce it :((
7 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to Peter Castell club
Thank you, Peter. It's so much fun to play with old cameras - we have a place in Portland that will put film on old spools for you. But even they can't do everything.

You could put word or two in keywords on your photos, to show what camera and lens you used. If you wanted.
7 weeks ago.
 HappySnapper
HappySnapper club
Looks quiet ghostly, I had similar results trying pinhole using Cokin filters during lockdown but couldn't get to grips with it.
7 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to HappySnapper club
I love pinhole cameras! I haven't used one in quite some time. I still have the one I first used - one my mom made before I was born.
7 weeks ago.
 ╰☆☆June☆☆╮
╰☆☆June☆☆╮ club
*•.¸♡ Lovely capture, thank you for sharing. Enjoy your day, and stay safe ♡¸.•*
7 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to ╰☆☆June☆☆╮ club
thanks for looking - glad you like it. peace.
7 weeks ago.
 RHH
RHH club
Something very different and and excellent photo, Laura. I think it's a good thing to try something different and unusual. Otherwise one tends to get in a rut. Perhaps I need to try something like this.
6 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to RHH club
Thanks so much. I'm really glad you like it. I take photos like this as I'm inspired, but don't share them as often as the 'accepted' type photo. I really do enjoy emotional art, and things like this seem more like that to me - more about color, texture, composition than about what it's a picture of.

I think you could really do well at it. You have a really good eye. Have you ever done b&w for any extended period of time? I think it's really hard in nature (really have no idea how Ansel Adams did it!), but doing it can start to take one a bit away from subject matter and more towards feeling and sensation. Then of course there's shallow depths of field, low light (which can be found even in the sun by finding the small shadow areas) and focusing on hues that are great to work with.

Have you looked at my personal group 'pure art' www.ipernity.com/group/2410700 ? It's full of other people's photos here that I put in this type category. Even the in focus, straight photos are more about the emotion or the composition than the subject specifically.
6 weeks ago.
 David Michael
David Michael club
there is something innately and intangibly emotive here, lovely creation
4 weeks ago.
raingirl club has replied to David Michael club
you are so kind. i'm so glad you like it.
at first i wasn't sure about it, but that intangiblility kept bringing me back to it.
3 weeks ago.

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