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  This is one of the highlights of a visit to Green-Wood cemetery in Brooklyn — a pyramid-shaped mausoleum that fully embraces and mixes explicit Christian and Egyptian/pagan symbolism. You have Jesus holding a lamb, Mary holding Jesus, a pyramid, and a sphinx. In addition, although you cannot see it here, the door displays a sun […]

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  I think the light leaks happened when I took the film out of the camera. It’s preferable to thinking they happened in the camera, anyway, and I’m still waiting for the next roll I took with that camera to get developed. I very much like this otherwise. It’s Fuji Velvia 100 slide film, 120 […]

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  Someone explain to me why we stopped using film. I get the advantages of digital. I won’t even list them, they are so many and so obvious. I love digital photography. But even a majority of serious photographers, both pros and serious amateurs, have just stopped using film altogether. It’s not better, it’s just […]

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  Another film shot from Green-Wood cemetery in Brooklyn. This is on Kodak Portra film taken with the medium format Fuji GF670 in 6×7 format. The GF670 is unique among medium format rangefinders in its ability to switch from 6×6 square format to 6×7 modest landscape format on a roll-by-roll basis at the flick of […]

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  Another shot from Green-Wood cemetery, this one taken on a Fuji medium format film camera, with Kodak T-Max  Tri-X 400 Film. With my apologies to Minnie H. Coffin, but I could not resist. NOTE: I had to edit the post to correct the film. I forgot to take notes and could not confirm whether […]

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