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Guggenheim Museum Black and White



I am finding myself more intrigued by film photography right now than I have ever been — but this is not film.  This is in fact a 3-year old digital image made up to look like black and white film. The subject of course is the Guggenheim Museum on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.


One reason I am posting this is I am trying to exercise a bit of discipline and editing in posting my recently taken film images. I find that when I explore a new technique everything looks interesting, but I am really just in love with the technique. This was true when I was heavily invested in HDR and I see it in my film look as well. I have photos that are not that great, but I personally find it interesting how some of them look in film as opposed to digital. Tomorrow is likely to be a day off from posting. perhaps when I return I will be able to post one of the true film images I have recently taken with some confidence.

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  • Len SaltielJuly 14, 2014 - 11:08 am

    I haven’t dabbled back into the film world again but I really appreciate the look of the media. Nice work MarkReplyCancel

  • […] Earlier this week I noted that I was a bit wary of posting some of my shots taken with real film, because I sometimes end up falling in love with a shot that has a weak composition or subject, simply because I love the look of the medium. […]ReplyCancel

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