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Photo: stonehenge



Photo: burnham-on-sea


Photo: bristol


Photo: gatwick


UK 35mm England

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Behemoth commented:

The Stonehenge is really nice. Not just colours, but the composition. Are they watching a solar eclipse?

on: 16-12-2012 09:25
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Gaskelski commented:

Very inspiring. I have never thought of scratching the surface in this way. Got to have a try now. Thanks :)

on: 13-12-2012 17:12
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Floyd commented:

Love the way you captured Stonehenge so it looks like figures walking in the distance. Very creative.

on: 09-12-2012 10:46
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Zero commented:

A really unusual set. Just shows that because film is a physical thing you can interact with it. You got me thinking!

on: 08-12-2012 11:49
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Vivaldi commented:

Wow I am going to check out this company in Austria. I love the unexpected. I have to say, these 2 people sitting in deck chairs looking at the "ufo' is stunning.

on: 07-12-2012 21:09
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Oliver Zelinski commented:

thank you dear! there is a small independent 35mm-film-maker company based in Austria, called revolog, they kind of manipulate colour and structure into undevelloped film. stonhenge and burnham is of their film. the first bristol and gatwick are of my own creation (manipulation of the unexposed film). second bristol is just a ordinary shot... well, Fuji Natura Classica on Fuji 1600

on: 07-12-2012 20:15
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Monica commented:

Abstract stuff. Intriguing. I saw your polaroid projects so expected to see polaroid. But you say 35mm. I find this set experimental. My like.

on: 07-12-2012 17:40