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Another image taken with the Graflex Graphic 35 camera and Kodak T-Max 400 film. This memorial in Liberty State Park is said to direct your eye to where the Twin Towers formerly stood. I have to wonder, then, why we do not see Liberty Tower now instead.  It is partially blocked by the large panel on […]

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Yesterday a new version of the Aurora HDR software was released. I had not tried the previous version, and do very little HDR these days. But a lot of pre-reviews indicated that this software works great as a single-image editing program, so I plunked down my dollars for the pre-release deal and waited for the […]

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I have a lot of pictures of this barn, so I hope you won’t get tired of my posting them. I have yet to post the classic shot from a more direct angle, with the morning sun casting a golden glow over the scene.  There are few alternative compositions available, and heading over to this […]

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This is a single-shot panorama of the midtown Manhattan skyline from a Hasselblad XPan film camera using Rollei RPX 100 film on what I remember as a a really cold day in January. I had driven from home, parked in this neighborhood, and then taken the subway into Manhattan to shoot. But it was so […]

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I shot one roll of Purple Lomochrome film in Grand Teton National Park, and one roll of Red Lomochrome.  Both use emulsions that play with standard color channels.  I’ll have more on the red later, but I was very pleased with the effect of the purple.  I got another roll of purple back from the […]

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