Posts tagged film

littlefreeman:

24th November

littlefreeman:

24th November

leavesandsticks:

stone wall
(35mm film)

leavesandsticks:

stone wall

(35mm film)

raoulpop:

and now my heart stumbles on things i don’t know by manyfires on Flickr.
lomographicsociety:

Lomography Film of the Day - Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 (120)
valscrapbook:

everything’s ready* by Momota.M on Flickr.
ryanpfluger:

The Passage - vista 5, 2012

ryanpfluger:

The Passage - vista 5, 2012

claudiofleitas:

B. Lanka by Parker Fitzgerald on Flickr.
pigeonp00p:

45350004 by rand rand renfrow renfrow on Flickr.
sachaf:

Bokehlicious! Even in the winter there are dashes of colour to be seen in Sydney

sachaf:

Bokehlicious! Even in the winter there are dashes of colour to be seen in Sydney

sachaf:

Jasmines bloom in the garden.

Check it out! A link to a Tumblr that actually IS the source! And it’s tagged with the camera, film, and speed/aperture? SWOON!!!!

sachaf:

Jasmines bloom in the garden.

Check it out! A link to a Tumblr that actually IS the source! And it’s tagged with the camera, film, and speed/aperture? SWOON!!!!

suzydickie:

2009

3blondmice:

(by danieladenkova)
greenhousecollective:

yashicatlelectro-roll34-017 by even eve on Flickr.

Passiflora is one of my favorite plants, despite it’s crazy growth habit!

greenhousecollective:

yashicatlelectro-roll34-017 by even eve on Flickr.

Passiflora is one of my favorite plants, despite it’s crazy growth habit!

dalerothenberg:

another photo I made with my hand-built 4x5 that I never posted online. I bought 50 sheets of HP-5 and I’m about to buy as much Portra 160 as I can (probably 30 or 40 sheets to start) so I’ll be using it this semester. oh, here’s a 100% crop. and this was made with a crappy 60-year-old lens (that isn’t even supposed to be able to cover 4x5) at a wide open aperture, with a camera I made by hand, and scanned on a flatbed scanner at low resolution. take that, digital.

dalerothenberg:

another photo I made with my hand-built 4x5 that I never posted online. I bought 50 sheets of HP-5 and I’m about to buy as much Portra 160 as I can (probably 30 or 40 sheets to start) so I’ll be using it this semester. oh, here’s a 100% crop. and this was made with a crappy 60-year-old lens (that isn’t even supposed to be able to cover 4x5) at a wide open aperture, with a camera I made by hand, and scanned on a flatbed scanner at low resolution. take that, digital.

valscrapbook:

Ford foundation indoor garden by jorge zapico on Flickr.