A showcase for all aspects of the isle Formosa.
Show us how varied the design-possibilities of playgrounds could be in cities all over the world.
Image of or taken with any half frame capable film cameras. Single images or Diptych, Triptych, or any series of contiguous film frames welcome and encouraged.
A group to post and share techniques for doing inkjet transfers. i like to think of them as an alternative to polaroid transfers.
A group for users and fans of these little selfbuild platic TLR.
This group is to showcase the cyanotype printing process. Some thing that can be done at home by almost everyone. The original photographs may be digital or film based but the final photograph should be a cyanotype print not simply a digital image with digital processing applied in editing software. Tell us about the paper you use and any unusal post printing toning techniques. Let's make this a place to share creative images and ideas
Polaroids and Impossible Project instant photographs.
Images taken with Polaroid SX 70 camera and films.
From www.wikipedia.com/wiki/photogram :
A photogram is a photographic image made without a camera by placing objects directly onto the surface of a light-sensitive material such as photographic paper (or photographic glass plates) and then exposing it to light. The usual result is a negative shadow image that shows variations in tone that depends upon the transparency of the objects used. Areas of the paper that have received no light appear white; those exposed through transpare…
All pictures made with Kodak films are welcome.
Please tell wich film you use.
Show us your best analog black&white pictures taken with any film camera.
It would be nice if you could mention the camera and/or the film that was used.
Paper negatives are not just for testing your camera! They can have a wonderful old fashioned antique look, and have many of the beautiful characteristics of orthographic and orthopan film. You might find aerial perspective that is missing from so much modern-day photography.
This group is for photographs created from paper negatives, black and white or color, contact printed or inverted with software, from lens or pinhole camera.
Utility: an installation that provides/removes product(s), performing a functional service to a community and maintained and regulated by a civil or public authority. Works featuring a primary focus on the artistic representation of street lights, pylons, wires, poles, vents, outlets, gauges, pipes, dumpsters, tanks, chimneys, ducts, aerials, drainage, water towers, and various other public works meant to civilize us. **Neither public transportation nor architectural shots will be considered…
TOYS TOYS TOYS
Missing my fav toy-groups "Secret life of toys", "Toys Toys Toys" and "Toysaholic Anonymous" already ... so here you go ^^
Feel free to post your photos of your beloved toys here - dolls, plushes, vinyl - collectibles ... all TOYS welcome ^^
This is the place for film lovers to post their work and talk about everything film.
Members may start topics on any subject. Please mark off-topic threads with 'OT'
Please invite your friends and contacts.
Please mail me with any suggestions or start a thread. This is a democracy - thanks.
More to come.........
*update* I have limited the upload limit to 5 per day - this is so the front page doesn't get filled up with uploads by the same person. I hope this is to everyone's satisfaction.…
A group for all the Flickr Members who left for Ipernity and of course the other also
This is a general Group, but PLEASE NO NUDITY
Banner by YaensArt from DeviantArt
Stocks : Autumncheshire, Hyenacub-Stock, SolStock & LittleWhiteWitch, all from DA
Explore a maximum of new images published on ipernity with a minimum of clicks involved
This group is subject to specific rules .
I often asked myself why nobody has started a group about the cultural areas of famous temples and monasteries in Asia (and not only in Asia).
My inital contributions to this group are about Thai temples. Everybody is welcome to post pictures of Buddhist temples and monasteries. Buddhism and Hinduism are very often interfused in cultural monument, e.g. the famous Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Please also post your pictures of these famous places, but avoid posting more than 5 pictures at once.
You use a Polaroid camera? If yes, this group is for You! Only pictures taken with a Polaroid Camera or a Polaroid back.
No digital taken pictures please which got a polaroid look by editing.
Of course questions about cameras and films can be discussed in this group.
Graffitis y mensajes urbanos de cualquier tipo.